We only stayed one night in Sintra and chose the Tivoli Palace for accomodation. From the very small details to the whole atmosphere, we actually felt like Royal! The Palace is so magnificent, this place is worth every cent. It is a must for being in Sintra, do not miss it! The beds were amazing and the service is great. They have their own gardens which are really beautiful and great to walk around, they feel old and imperfect in the most perfect way. Thats the way the entire place feels--- magical.
We booked our dinner at the Palace, which was a great choice! No need to look for a restaurant in town, instead have a taste of a wonderful Chef's menu and the best service you can ask for!
Situated in Sintra, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Quinta da Regaleira and Sintra National Palace. Moorish …More
The nicest hotel I have ever stayed in. Staff would do anything I asked, food great, lovely social get togethers at night in the bar, huge swimming pool was terrific to swim in. Hop on hop off bus tours stop by the hotel
Traveller from london
Nestled on the beach, this Colares hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Grande Beach, Macas Beach, and Adraga Beach. Adrenunes …More
"Great family resort but they don't forget the rest"
We were a party of four adults during a VERY busy family week in August. The hotel went to great lengths to open a second "adults only" breakfast venue and keep the adult only pool a serene place. The staff was excellent as were the facilities. We used it as a central location to visit Lisbon, Sintra, Guincho and Cascais.
Traveller from Philadelphia, PA
This family-friendly Sintra hotel is located in a national park, 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Estoril Racetrack, and within 6 mi (10 …More
It was hard to take the suitcases to the room, they do not have people to help. There is just one computer in a squeezed room called business center and it is always busy. The garden is not well cared.
Located in Sintra, this family-friendly hotel is 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Estoril Racetrack, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Moorish …More
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the lush woods and spectacular mountain valleys of Sintra have been a royal retreat since medieval times, popularised by 19th-century romantic writers. Sintra National Palace, with its magnificent collection of exotic tiles, dominates the town. The atmospheric ruins of the Castle of the Moors lie three kilometres southwest and the Disney-like pseudo-medieval Pena National Palace is four kilometres to the south.