Let yourself be embraced by a romantic and royal scenario.
Going up the mountain range and after passing the historical town of Sintra, classified as a World Heritage site, we arrive at a Neoclassical building which today is the magnificent hotel Tivoli Palácio de Seteais.
The palace was built in the last decades of the 18th century by order of Daniel Gildemeester, who was at the time the Consul of Holland in Portugal. In 1800 the estate was acquired by D. Diogo of Noronha, the V Marquis of Marialva, who built a new wing and later ordered the triumphant arch that united the two buildings, conferring it the image that remains today.
Presently, this refined hotel is endowed with dazzling parlors with magnificent frescoes of intense chromatism, attributed to the famous painter Jean Pillement, antique furniture of unusual richness and a romantic historical ambiance.
The rooms are of great comfort and classical as are the remaining common spaces. From the windows it's possible to appreciate the view that extends towards the ocean and begins with the lush gardens of box steps that embrace the hotel.
The cultural and natural wealth of this region is immense. There are tracks through the mountain range and narrow streets in the town to discover, gastronomic delights to savour, castles, convents and palaces to uncover in this enchanting scenario.
ARTEH® Exclusive Offer
- Welcome drink.
- Mineral water in the room.
- Traditional pastries in the room.
- Late check-out (subject to availability).