Destinations in Portugal

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Portugal

— Porto, Portugal

(Rated 9.6, 150 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Porto – and a guest favourite. Located in a 16th-century building in Porto old town, a UNESCO heritage site, the M Maison Pa ...

— Lisbon, Portugal

(Rated 9.5, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Lisbon – and a guest favourite. With a colourful and classic façade, as well as a modern interior décor, the 4-star Hotel ...

— Porto, Portugal

(Rated 9.5, 146 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Porto! Located a 3-minute walk from Paris Galleries Street, Maison Albar Hotels Le Monumental Palace offers 5-star accommoda ...

— Lisbon, Portugal

(Rated 9.5, 449 reviews)
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Located on a quiet street alongside Avenida da Liberdade, this 4-star hotel is stylized in genuine art déco and offers warmly decorated rooms with co ...

— Lisbon, Portugal

(Rated 9.5, 1 reviews)
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Located in the heart of Lisbon, Tesouro da Baixa by Shiadu offers guest house just steps from Rossio and its metro station. It features a bar and free ...

— Lisbon, Portugal

(Rated 9.4, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Lisbon – and a guest favourite. Offering free private parking, the 4-star Hotel Portugal features a 24-hour reception and a ...

— Lisbon, Portugal

(Rated 9.3, 589 reviews)
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This hotel is set in Príncipe Real, one of the most exclusive and elegant districts in Lisbon. Bairro Alto and Avenida da Liberdade are both within a ...

Portugal - A Land Of Culture And Excitement

Prepare to be amazed by the incredible sights and attractions of Portugal. You’ll find much of this countries treasures near the coast, where you can spend your days relaxing on some of the most amazing beaches in the world. Like Praia da Rocha beach in the Algarve region, with its warm atmosphere and even warmer beach - this beach is also home to plenty of water activities which you can join in with the locals. Then there’s the captivating Benagil Caves, where thousands of tourists flock to see the sunlight streaming through the roof of this magnificent natural rock and sand formation. To get more in touch with nature, you have to visit Gerês National Park, one of the Portugal’s greatest natural attractions. Found in the northern region, this impressive park is home to rolling landscapes and a thriving wildlife population - including birds of prey and wolves. If you’re looking to tune up your Instagram feed, places like the Livraria Lello bookstore in Porto are perfect for snapping artistic pics. This bookstore is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe, thanks to its unique atmosphere and ceiling high wooden bookshelves. Livraria Lello even inspired J.K. Rowling while she was living in the city and writing the Harry Potter novels. Your Instagram feed will also thank you for the pictures you take in the Costa Nova region. Here you’ll see picturesque streets lined with striped houses of all different colours. This coastal area is also perfect if you enjoy watersports like windsurfing and kite surfing.

Travel Portugal

Visit The Ancient Mosteiro dos Jerónimos In Lisbon

The Mosteiro dos Jerónimos is one of Portugal’s most famous and visited buildings. A must see on every tourist’s agenda, this iconic building was commissioned by King Manuel I in 1501, and became a symbol of the era of conquest and expansion in Portugal.

Marvel At The Underwater Life Of Lisbon Oceanarium

The Lisbon Oceanarium (Oceanário de Lisboa) is up there as one of Portugal’s most popular and family friendly attractions. One of Europe’s largest oceanariums, Oceanário de Lisboa is home to a huge array of marine wildlife. It also features four different sections which recreate the ecosystems of the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Antarctic oceans.

Visit Portugal And The Convent Of Christ In Tomar

Found in the endearing riverside town of Tomar, The Convent Of Christ (Convento do Cristo) is one of Portugal’s most important historical attractions. In the center of this magnificent convent you’ll find the unique decorations and out-there symbolism of the Templar church, along with the incredible Manueline window, designed by master sculptor Diogo de Arruda, and one the greatest examples of distinctive architecture found anywhere in Portugal.

Tips And Travel Information For Portugal

Money The currency of Portugal is the euro (€). Most Portuguese restaurants, hotels and shops will accept international credit cards. However, Portugal is known as more of a cash society, so it’s a good idea to have cash on you at all times. Getting Around Portugal is a relatively small country so it’s easy to travel most places by train or bus. Busing is more ideal for shorter trips, whereas taking the train is better for long distance trips, and spying some fantastic scenery along the way. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Jul - Aug) Moderate (Apr - Jun & Sep - Nov) Quiet Season (Dec–Mar) High season in Portugal is between the months of July and August. During this time expect accommodation prices to increase as much as 30%. Also be ready for large crowds in the Algarve and coastal areas. Low season is between December and March, when the days are shorter, colder and rainier. However you have the luxury of dealing with less crowds. Find Boutique Hotels In Portugal For a stay equally as exciting as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Portugal.