Due to its elevated location and its 18 floor, a special feature of the rooms are magnificent views over the city or the mouth of the River Douro, which complement the peaceful atmosphere of well-being and comfort provided by the 281 ample, well-decorated rooms.The hallmark of the «Jardim D’Inverno» restaurant is its discreet and elegant atmosphere. The quality of the Portuguese and international cuisine which characterises its sophisticated service has won it many local clients as well as guests, particularly for the Sunday buffet lunch and the traditional theme dinners which are frequently offered.The «Twin Trees» piano bar next to the garden also offers a pleasant opportunity for relaxation.Events catering is one of the main services offered by the hotel, and the variety and size of the space available provides unrivalled facilities for conferences, banquets, exhibitions, presentation and shows.This area, which has an elegant foyer, contains 10 multipurpose rooms that can be partitioned.They range from 33m2 to 365m2 and are equipped with a broadband wireless internet system and support technology.An icon of tradition and luxury in the city of Oporto, the Hotel Ipanema Park is famous for its personalised and meticulous service. With its excellent security and high technology facilities, it is not surprising that this hotel is a regular choice for senior politicians coming to the north of Portugal for visits or meetings.The city of Oporto Boasts 2000 years of history. It is closely linked to the founding of the Portuguese nation and has even provided it with the origins of its name.Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this destination is well known for the natural and warm hospitality of the local people and its wonderful scenery, particularly along the course of the River Douro, where the grapes used for the famous Port wine are grow.This capital of the north as it often called is the second largest city in a country which has offered the world a guarantee of quality in the major international events it has already hosted. In addition to being the European Capital of Culture in 2001, Oporto was also one of the main host cities for the “Euro 2004".