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Olissippo Lapa Palace

Lisbon, Portugal

The Olissippo Lapa Palace is a resort within a city, an urban oasis tucked away on a hilltop in one of Lisbon’s most exclusive neighborhoods. The hotel was built as the private residence of the count of Valenças and is just moments from the city’s most famous sites and shopping streets. The luxurious furnishings come from the north of Portugal, recreating the styles of King D. João V and Queen D. Maria I, with Art Deco, colonial, Algarvian and neocassic flourishes. Of the three distinct sections, the Palace Wing offers the most traditionally Portuguese interiors, while the Garden Wing and Villas have a more contemporary feel. The Tower Room is a lavishly luxurious suite, with two private balconies (one of which is the turret of the original palace) and arguably the best view in Lisbon.

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Bairro Alto Hotel

Lisbon, Portugal

Located in Lisbon’s creative hub, between bohemian Bairro Alto (literally, “upper district”) and cosmopolitan Chiado, the Bairro Alto Hotel celebrates art and design throughout. The luxurious rooms, spread across five floors and affording views of Luis de Carnões Square, Rua das Flores or Rua do Alecrim are done in traditional Portuguese hues. Florés restaurant, on the ground floor, serves dishes blending Portuguese and Mediterranean influences, while a hip, young crowd patronizes the split-level Café Bar for light meals, cocktails and live music. The sixth-floor terrace offers idyllic place to read, linger or appreciate views of Lisbon, its life and its river.

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Pestana Palace Hotel & National Monument

Lisbon, Portugal

The Pestana Palace Hotel & National Monument, located in Lisbon, is a charming and historical capital with 800 years of cultural influences that mingle with modern trends and lifestyles to create spectacular contrasts. The Valle Flôr Palace, its construction ordered by the Marquis de Valle Flôr in the late-19th century, is surrounded by imposing tropical gardens that include the original lake and a superb pavilion with a series of paths that is the place for encounters of lovers and intrigue. As the Marquis also had a palace in Paris, it influenced his choice of decoration and selection of styles in the Valle -Flôr Palace. Frescoes, hand-painted tiles, marble and vintage design details are some of the valuable pieces of art that can be found in today’s Palace. It is classified as a National Monument and is an icon of excellence.

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Leading Spa Grande Real Villa Italia Hotel & Spa

Cascais, Portugal

This seafront hotel in the stylish town of Cascais is built on the former site of the royal residence of Humberto II, the last king of Italy. The rugged Estoril Coast and fairy-tale hills and castles of Sintra are all close by, as is the buzzing capital Lisbon, but for many guests the main attraction is the destination Real SPA Marine. The 1,000-square-meter complex boasts a heated treatment pool, Thalassotherapy, Vichy showers, chronotherm, body treatments and a state-of-the-art gym. The emphasis on health and well-being extends to the two restaurants, which offer customized diet and health programs. Families will appreciate two outdoor seawater swimming pools (one for adults only) and the games room; babysitting is available upon request.

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Leading Golf Pousada Cascais – Cidadela Historic Hotel

Cascais, Portugal

The Pousada de Cascais is located within the impressive walls of the 16th-century Citadel of Cascais, a classified National Monument. Once the summer residence of the Portuguese royal family, the recently restored buildings now house an extraordinary hotel, embodying the balance between contemporary architecture and historic heritage. The hotel’s renowned hospitality provides uniquely warm experiences to its guests. Set right above the village’s marina, among palm trees and charming plazas, the elegantly decorated suites and bedrooms offer the perfect base of comfort and relaxation, from which to explore the vast array of cultural, sports and touristic attractions of Cascais. The village of Sintra, a World Heritage site famous for its gorgeous palaces, is only 20 minutes.

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Lisbon, Portugal

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+351

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230 volts AC, 50Hz

Round two-pin plugs are standard.

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