Featured hotels in Alentejo

  • £52

    Average price per night

    Evora Olive Hotel, Évora
    9.1 Superb 2,995 reviews
    Description With a contemporary, minimalist décor, the 4-star Évora Olive Hotel offers accommodation in the heart of Évora and features free WiFi throughout.
    Review

    "Good service, location in the central part of a city, big underground parking."

    gasumyants. Bulgaria
  • £63

    Average price per night

    The Noble House, Évora
    9.0 Superb 1,328 reviews
    Description 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...
    Review

    "After 36 hours with not much sleep, the staff was so welcoming! We felt secure: all recommendations were awesome!"

    Martine. Canada
  • £96

    Average price per night

    Troia Design Hotel, Troia
    9.1 Superb 3,336 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "However we just spent one night in the Troia Design Hotel during our trip to Portugal, everything was perfect and over-exceed our expectations. Room was very large with great spacious terrace and an awesome sea view, outdoor pool was the best one we saw in hotels (water is clean, deep enough to enjoy swimming). Location is very nice, close to a Lisbon, hotel situated at very beautiful place, surrounded by a picturesque, charming nature landscape with a flat long sand beach, we've enjoyed it at the morning while it's not so crowded. Definitely will stay here again on the next trip to Portugal."

    Oleksandr. Ukraine
  • £98

    Average price per night

    M'AR De AR Aqueduto, Évora
    9.1 Superb 1,083 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "The location is great, walking distance of good restaurants. The pool is a good size and temperature."

    Eimear. Ireland
  • £54

    Average price per night

    Dom Dinis Marvão, Marvão
    9.4 Superb 1,257 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "Excellent service, we felt like in a castle."

    Alexandra. Slovakia
  • £114

    Average price per night

    Convento do Espinheiro, Historic Hotel & Spa, Évora
    9.2 Superb 1,057 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "Exceptionally good - from a well travelled couple. All the staff completely make the trip, they really are first rate. The original building is fascinating and a labour of love. Our room (Design) was of..."

    Edward. United Kingdom
  • £58

    Average price per night

    Vitoria Stone Hotel, Évora
    9.0 Superb 2,506 reviews
    Description Located just 600 metres from the Capela dos Ossos, this hotel with 24-hour reception offers a rooftop bar and terrace overlooking historic Évora.
    Review

    "Staff amazing. Helped us arrange a private guided winery tour will Diogo (local tour guide). Going for a swim at the pool on the roof was a perfect way to finish a hot day sight seeing"

    Sarah. New Zealand
  • £77

    Average price per night

    Albergaria Do Calvario, Évora
    9.7 Exceptional 1,277 reviews
    Description 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.
    Review

    "The warmth and care in the intentions of the hotel is seen in all aspects of the stay, from the warm and authentic service, quality of the room and property finishing, the ease of the stay, and the breakfast..."

    Xin Dee. Malaysia
  • £149

    Average price per night

    São Lourenço do Barrocal, Monsaraz
    9.5 Exceptional 575 reviews
    Description São Lourenço do Barrocal is located in the foothills of the medieval village of Monsaraz and nearby the Alqueva lake.
    Review

    "the natural way the "herdade" was restaured. it feels like walking around in a village. the mainstreet, small houses, bigger houses. the link with the farmlife. good taste decoration allover..."

    leonard. Portugal
  • £149

    Average price per night

    Palacete da Real Companhia do Cacau - Royal Cocoa Company Palace, Montemor-o-Novo
    9.7 Exceptional 245 reviews
    Description Featuring an outdoor pool, Royal Cocoa Company Palace offers accommodation in Montemor-o-Novo. The unit is in a chocolate factory, integrated into a palatial estate.
    Review

    "We liked everything about this place. Starting from the owners and the staff, the calm, the rooms, the pool area, the delicious afternoon "tea time" with the owners and the other guests. Just..."

    Luis. Belgium

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Alentejo highlights

Évora historic city centre
Within the medieval walls of this UNESCO World Heritage Site lie numerous artefacts and monuments from Portugal’s Ancient past.
Beaches of the Alentejo Coast
Hidden by majestic cliffs, the pristine beaches and crystalline waters of the Alentejo Coast lie in wait to be discovered.
Alentejo wine route
With three routes abundant in vineyards and wine estates, the sunny Alentejo region is perfect for sampling rich wine varieties.
Alqueva Lake
Europe’s largest artificial lake is a sailing, wakeboarding and kayaking destination by day and a stargazing haven by night.
Marvão and Castelo de Vide's Jewish Quarter
Wander the ancient cobbled streets of Castelo de Vide’s Jewish Quarter then visit nearby Marvão for impressive mountain top views.
Medieval Town of Monsaraz
A testament to medieval times, walk through Monsaraz’s whitewashed village and ancient castle to get a peek of Portugal’s prehistoric past.
Fortified City of Elvas
This fortified city and UNESCO World Heritage Site with five forts provides a glimpse of Portugal’s ancient military architecture.
Vila Viçosa Ducal Palace
One of the former residences of the royal family, this palace features a vast collection of paintings, sculptures, tapestries and jewellery.
Tróia Peninsula
White sand beaches and ancient Roman ruins attract visitors to this forested peninsula, surrounded by dolphin-inhabited waters.
Badoca Safari Park
Alentejo’s African-style safari allows for up-close encounters with wild animals and exotic birds and even a water rafting adventure.

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.