4.5
Very Good 621 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The Jetsetter rate includes daily breakfast and access to the spa
  • Liberal use of marble throughout the property
  • Indoor and outdoor pools

What To Know

  • Free WiFi and parking
  • The hotel is less than a two-hour drive from Lisbon
  • A car is recommended to explore the area

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Marble-clad rural retreat in an ancient mill with a top-notch Portuguese restaurant and a mammoth spa

The Lowdown

In the historic village of Vila Viçosa, close to the Spanish border, the Alentejo Marmoris Hotel & Spa is a former mill turned rural retreat designed by Portuguese architect Miguel Cancio Martins (the creative brain behind the Buddha Bar in Paris). The property is owned by a family that has worked in the marble business (for which the Alentejo area is known) for generations, and the material has been used liberally throughout, from the modern lobby to the intricate bathrooms to the sublime spa. The 45 guestrooms are decked out in monochromatic furnishings and splashes of canary-yellow, and each has an individually designed marble bathroom with a large tub and an elaborate sink. The Narcissus Fernandesii restaurant serves traditional Portuguese dishes and wines from the Alentejo region; many of the ingredients are grown in the fields surrounding the property. The mammoth Stone Spa by Cinq Mondes is (of course) clad in marble; it offers a sizable pool as well as massages and ayurvedic treatments.

In the Area

Vila Viçosa’s marvelous marble palace is a two-minute walk from the hotel. It’s one of Portugal’s largest palaces, and was the birthplace of Catherine of Bragança (who later became queen of England). Inside you’ll find rich tapestries, Chinese porcelain and Brazilian ebony furniture. Stroll the town’s peaceful streets, which are lined with orange and lemon trees; most of the sidewalks, benches and door frames are made of marble. Explore the medieval castle ruins, and pop into the archaeological museum on the first floor. Evora, one of Portugal’s best-preserved medieval towns, is 38 miles away, and you can reach Lisbon is less than two hours.

How to Get There

Alentejo Marmòris Hotel & Spa
Largo Gago Coutinho, 11
Vila Vicosa, 7160 Portugal

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 621 Reviews
Wonderful hotel with fabulous staff
KSRbuilder

Loved our experience at Alentejo Marmoris Hotel. From the moment we arrived and met Luis at the front desk we knew we would enjoy our stay. The room was very nicely appointed, the restaurant fabulous but what really excelled was the staff. Luis at the front desk, Luis Martins, the Storyteller and Jose at the front desk were all friendly, knowledgeable and efficient. It was a truly memorable stay.

Beautiful Hotel in a Gorgeous and Quiet Village
teris277

My husband and I just returned from a trip in Portugal and were fortunate to stay in this beautiful hotel for 5 nights. Our room was large, clean, and incredibly comfortable and gorgeous. The staff at the hotel was first class and the grounds are spotless. We enjoyed the pool and the two whirlpools. We ate dinner at their Michelin Star restaurant and had breakfast there every morning. Highly recommend this place.

Cycling Holiday
Karen M

Stayed as part of an organised cycling holiday with VoltaProTours.
The hotel is really lovely. The marble is outstanding, the welcome from all the staff was lovely. The pool and spa area were clean and luxurious.
The bedroom was lovely, the bed and pillows are really comfortable.
The breakfast was fresh, plentiful and so much choice.
This is a lovely part of Portugal, the town was very pretty.