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Evora Olive Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in Évora

With a contemporary, minimalist décor, the 4-star Évora Olive Hotel offers accommodation in the heart of Évora and features free WiFi throughout. I really liked the modern and minimalist design of the hotel. The rooms were large and comfortable and the location very central. A good value for money overall.

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9.2
Superb
2,600 reviews
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£61
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The Noble House 4 stars

Hotel in Évora

Combining history and Alentejo tradition with a modern concept, the recently and fully refurbished The Noble House offers a central location in Évora old town, 2 minutes’ walking from the Roman Temple... The people at check in were very nice and helpful. Very big and clean room, we appreciated also the welcome cocktail on the terrace. Located at walking distance to all main attraction of Evora.

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Superb
1,774 reviews
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£85
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Lago Montargil & Villas 5 stars

Hotel in Montargil

Located on the Montargil Dam, this 5-star hotel offers luxurious rooms with a flat-screen TV and a private balcony. Facilities include a marina, an equestrian centre, and a 1000 m² Spa. The overall quality of the hotel, the finishes, the comfort, the spa, the views, the staff, the food... Everything was perfect!

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Superb
4,549 reviews
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£83
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Troia Design Hotel 5 stars

Hotel in Troia

Located in Troia, this 5-star hotel has a unique design and faces the Sado River Estuary. It features a casino, a spa and 2 outdoor swimming pools. The Design Hotel was beautiful and very comfortable. The outside pool is great with lots of beds and a restaurant. There’s an inside pool too, in the spa. The rooms are big and good plus a very big bed. Loved the look of the room. Also, Troia is absolutely beautiful with almost only Portuguese tourists which gives it a ‘hidden gem’ feeling. Lots of cute restaurant on the harbor right out front.

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9.2
Superb
3,625 reviews
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£140
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M'AR De AR Aqueduto 5 stars

Hotel in Évora

Housed in a 16th-century palace, this 5-star boutique hotel features a beautiful chapel and dome ceilings. Overlooking the aqueducts of Évora, it has an extensive spa with an outdoor pool. The location is great, walking distance of good restaurants. The pool is a good size and temperature.

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Superb
1,411 reviews
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£124
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Dom Dinis Marvão 3 stars

Hotel in Marvão

Located within the walls of the Marvão Castle, at the top of the high village of Marvão, Dom Dinis Marvão features a rooftop terrace with a Jacuzzi® and panoramic views of the countryside below. Lovely hotel in the beautiful village of Marvão. Very friendly staff en amazing views from the jacuzzi and terrace. Room was spacious and they do a very good breakfast. There is a cafe across the road which belongs to the hotel where they serve great coffees, wines and snacks. The cafe has a nice outside area/garden with stunning views. All in all, a really special experience.

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9.4
Superb
1,231 reviews
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£70
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Convento do Espinheiro, Historic Hotel & Spa 5 stars

Hotel in Évora

Surrounded by 80 000m² of beautiful gardens, this 5-star hotel is 4 km from Évora city centre and housed in a renovated 15th-century convent. It offers a piano bar and free parking. Church, grounds, accommodation, breakfast

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9.2
Superb
1,432 reviews
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£166
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Albergaria Do Calvario 4 stars

Hotel in Évora

With an ideal location inside the walls of the historic city of Évora, Albergaria Do Calvário is a 4-star hotel housed in a 16th century olive oil mill. Free Wi-Fi is available. Simply the best service I ever came across anywhere in the globe, on a great location in one of the most safe and charismatic villages in Portugal.

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9.7
Exceptional
1,192 reviews
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£95
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The Lodge - Herdade do Zambujal

Hotel in Castro Verde

The Lodge - Herdade do Zambujal has a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and shared lounge in Castro Verde. There is a sun terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. An exceptional outpost in the most amazing area of The Alentejo. The feeling of seclusion with the city just 15 minutes away. Our hosts are relaxed worldly genteel men who have taken great pleasure in creating and sharing their perfectly chosen piece of paradise. The level of taste and comfort found at The Lodge is exceptional for the Alentejo and a welcome refuge. You will feel lucky to be able to spend time here in total peace . Thank you

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9.8
Exceptional
141 reviews
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£73
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Herdade dos Delgados - Darksky View Hotel & SPA 4 stars

Hotel in Mourão

Set in Mourão, Herdade dos Delgados - Darksky View Hotel & SPA features a bar, shared lounge, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. beautiful surroundings, very friendly staff, excellent meal, comfortable room

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9.2
Superb
213 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£150
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Castles, Cliffs and Countryside

Sleepy Alentejo is an agricultural region of rolling hills and cork plantations, south of the Tagus River. Many of the Booking.com accommodation options are Alentejo guest houses featuring traditional wooden beds with painted headboards.

The main city is historic Évora with its medieval cathedral, partly intact walls and remains of a Roman temple. There are also Roman remnants in Beja, with its hilltop castle and whitewashed houses, and Serpa, whose aqueduct forms part of the city walls.

Mértola is nestled in the Guadiana Valley Natural Park, while Portalegre is the gateway to the Serra de São Mamede Natural Park. Also here are beautiful Marvão, set on a steep escarpment and guarded by a castle, and Castelo de Vide whose castle is on a less-pronounced hill.

The South-West Alentejo and Vicentine Natural Park is on Portugal’s west coast and many Alentejo beach hotels are found in Vila Nova de Milfontes and nearby  Zambujeira do Mar, on a clifftop reminiscent of the Algarve.

By the Spain border, hilltop Monsaraz is partly enclosed by walls of a castle overlooking Alqueva Lake, formed by the dam downstream. Across the lake is the castle of Mourão, while to the north is Estremoz, known for colourful marble. East is UNESCO World Heritage-listed Elvas, whose 6 km aqueduct and 2 star-shaped forts are quite a sight.

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