Luxury hotels in Portugal
Portugal faces the ocean and is located on the Iberian peninsula, which has helped to forge its culture and identity. The country is best taken slowly like its famous drink named after one of its most beautiful cities; Porto. By looking round, you can discover an photo album of delights filled with beauty from every direction that you look: visit its two big cities, Lisbon and Porto, discover the splendid region of the Algarve in the south of the country or embark for the island of Madeira. Portugal has a strong temperament: on the edge of the sea, inland or on an island, its landscapes never cease to surprise. Discover our handpicked collection of luxury hotels in Portugal.
Portugal : authentic and sunny destination.
In the north, you'll find secluded country retreats, the vineyard-studded slopes of the Douro Valley and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Porto. Heading south, you'll discover historic cities like Coimbra and Lisbon, as well as lesser-known gems hidden in the countryside. Finally, you reach the sun-drenched Algarve, with its African influences, world-class golf courses and spas. Portugal's geographical position offers a warm climate in summer and a pleasant one in winter. Located to the west of Spain, it is the most western country in continental Europe. Its mix of musical culture, natural and flowery landscapes, warm hospitality, and dreamy beaches makes it a top tourist destination. Lisbon, the oldest capital in Europe after Athens, was built on 7 hills, and was the port of departure for great explorers like Columbus and Magellan. Its architectural style and its climbing and narrow streets will seduce you, as much as its numerous identity districts. The discovery of Portugal does not stop in Lisbon of course. The cities of Faro and Porto have just as much charm as their regions, the Algarve and the Great North. Don't forget the islands of the Azores Archipelago and the island of Madeira in the Atlantic. VISION Destination simplify your search with our collection of the very best hotels in Portugal. All hotels in our collection are waiting for you!
Frequently asked questions about Portugal
When to go in Portugal ?
Portugal is known for its summer sunshine when its beaches and al fresco restaurants are at their most seductive. But outside of prime tourism season there’s still plenty to see and do. In the spring, wildflowers and almond blossoms burst into life. In the autumn, the cooler weather is ideal for exploring historic sights. And, while the winter can be rainy, it’s a great time to experience the festive celebrations and cosy up with a glass of something special.
How is the weather in Portugal ?
The climate in Portugal is pleasantly mild, being influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. The climate is cool and humid in the north, and gradually becomes warmer and sunnier as you head south; in the extreme south, the Algarve enjoys a dry and sunny microclimate.
What is the currency in Portugal ?
Euro (in €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500 notes). Banks open Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Numerous cash machines. In principle, hotels and restaurants accept bank cards.
How to tip in Portugal ?
Bills often include a service charge, but a 5-10% tip is the norm.
What are the best hotels in Portugal ?
Our favorite hotels in Portugal include : Six Senses Douro Valley, Four Seasons Ritz Lisbon, Valverde Lisbon, Vila Vita...
What are the best places to visit in Portugal ?
Our favorite places to visit in Portugal are : Lisbon, The Algarve, Funchal, the Douro Valley, Cascais.