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Hotel Covilhã Jardim
This amiable, bright, modern family-run place sits on the municipal gardens. All rooms have lots of natural light and leafy views of the park or sweeping panoramas of the surrounding mountains (room 110 has both), and one is wheelchair-accessible...
Convento Da Provenca
Mother Superior may not have approved of this luxury sleeping option, but we do. This renovated former convent has an austere white exterior, but its interior is another story...
Hotel Casa Da Calçada Relais & Chateaux
Oozing class and boasting every creature comfort, this 16th-century palace (rebuilt following Napoleon’s destructive campaign) rises royally above the Ponte de São Gonçalo...
Figueira da Foz
Run by a charming, well-travelled couple, this squeaky-clean guest house two blocks from the beach has lovely wood floors, high ceilings and some nice period details. Reserve ahead in summer. It halves in price off-season.
Hotel D. Dinis
Just across the river from the old town, this place is constantly being improved by the couple that run it...
Pousada De Estremoz Rainha De Santa Isabel
In the restored former palace, this lavish pousada offers spacious rooms with antique furnishings and views over the Alentejo plains. There are lovely palace gardens, a pool with views and common areas set with museum-quality tapestries.
Hotel Quinta Das Lagrimas Small Luxury Hotels
This splendid historical palace is now one of Portugal’s most enchanting upper-crust hotels. Choose between richly furnished rooms in the old palace, or Scandinavian-style minimalist in the modern annexe – complete with jacuzzi...
Hotel Casa Do Outeiro
One of our favourite hotels in central Portugal, this excellent place would be worth a detour even if there wasn't a monastery looming in plain view of some of the rooms...
Albergaria Do Calvario
Elegant (yet unpretentious), friendly (yet not in your face), comfortable (but not awkwardly can't-put-your-feet-up-uber-luxurious), this place has an ambience that travellers adore...
Pousada De Viseu
This superbly refashioned pousada is set in a monumental 19th-century hospital and is a top luxury option...
Hotel Dos Templarios
At the river’s edge, just outside the historic centre, this spacious, efficient hotel offers excellent facilities including gym, sauna, and indoor and outdoor pools, the latter adjacent to a small but stylish hotel bar...
Guesthouse Casa Pombal
In a lovely old-town location, hidden down a narrow lane but very close to the museum and the top of the lift, this winning guest house squeezes tons of charm into a small space...
Figueira da Foz
Set in a characterful blue house in the old part of town, this top-of-the-line hostel offers great facilities for backpackers and surfers, including bike, board and wetsuit rental, DVD library, free wi-fi and breakfast, kitchen, pool table, and a grea...
Hotel Mar Azul
This little gem is one of Lagos's best-value spots. It's a central, well-run and delightfully welcoming place, with comfortable, neat rooms, some with sea views. Owner Rui (and helpful staff) are people-in-the-know. A simple breakfast is an added bonus.
Vila Sao Vicente Boutique Hotel
This peaceful, classically decorated boutique-style hotel has handsome rooms with polished-wood floors. It’s a welcome relief from the town’s theme-park atmosphere.
Hotel Turismo Miranda
Miranda do Douro
Offering terrific comfort for a modest price, this place opposite the turismo features large, spotless rooms – most including a separate sitting room – with cable TV, minibars and marble bathrooms...
Hotel Santa Comba
On the main square, this smart place opened in 2004 and has clean rooms overlooking the square. There’s disabled access and a pleasant dining room.
Hotel Dos Terceiros
On a quiet pedestrian street near Praça da República, this simple hotel has great deals on recently updated rooms overlooking a small square, some with tiny balconies. Most rooms have one full and single bed each, and can sleep up to three people.
Hotel Da Nazare
Though it's in a modern high-rise, this place has more class than most of Nazaré's options, with tastefully appointed rooms, many with at least oblique views to the sea. Or wait until the morning - the top-floor breakfast room has panoramic vistas.
Hotel Grao Vasco
It's a little retro, but there's something nice about this huge old-school place, with black noticeboards with white clip-on letters and weird items for sale in a dusty display case. The service is good and the low-bedded rooms are pretty comfortable...
Hotel Sao Joao De Deus
Spanish-owned and -operated since 2004, this is Elvas’ grandest hotel. It’s a pleasant, although not always sympathetic, conversion of a 17th-century convent...
Boasting fine views of the Rio Corgo canyon, this central, modern, midrise business hotel has well-appointed if unexciting rooms in two buildings, all with large verandas. Get a room with the bridge or the river view.