Tivoli Palácio de Seteais
Visa Premium Benefits
- Best available rate guarantee
- Automatic room upgrade upon arrival, when available
- Complimentary in-room Wi-Fi, when available
- Complimentary breakfast for two
- $25 USD food or beverage credit
- VIP Guest status
- Late check-out upon request, when available
Just 23 kilometers away and approximately an hour by car from Lisbon Airport, the Tivoli Palácio de Seteais is situated on the mountainside of Sintra, a UNESCO world heritage site. The property offers spectacular views of the Moorish Castle and Pena Palace and is easily accessible by car along a narrow lane down the coast.
About This Hotel
Set in the heart of Serra de Sintra, the Tivoli Palácio de Seteais exudes Portuguese charm, its walls ringing with laughter and frivolous, capricious conversation of centuries past.
For those in search of a romantic setting, it doesn't get much better than this ... imagine a former national palace, perfectly maintained and still surrounded by a historic town, and you'll get an idea of what awaits you as a guest at Tivoli Palácio de Seteais. As a favorite summer residence of Portuguese kings, even if you have been blessed with a less than wild imagination, a walk down its halls, in the gardens, and through the mazes will evoke fanciful thoughts and delicious daydreams.
Step into your guest room and be transported back to the effortless elegance of the eighteenth century and its accompanying artful architecture. Each room is unique, making every stay an unforgettable, incomparable experience.
If you adore the various views of the hotel's gardens and the Sintra Mountains, head to the Panoramic Restaurant, which offers guests more stunning sights to behold whilst dining on Portuguese and International cuisine ... accompanied by piano music, of course.
Front Desk (24-Hour)
Outdoor Dining & Lounging Area
Continental Breakfast Included
Flat Screen TV
Meeting / Conference Rooms
Banquet & Catering Facilities
Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Rua Barbosa do Bocage, 10
- Sintra 2710-517 Sintra