AddressEstrada Da Pena Nº 22 SintraSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Historical mansion Chalet Relogio was designed by Italian architect Luigi Manini, who also planned the Escala in Milan. Under a new management and recently renovated, the hotel features rustic accommodation overlooking Sintra’s Valley and the Moorish castle.
All of Relogio’s rooms feature recessed, paneled windows with internal shutters. Parquet floors covered with tapestries and wooden furnishings provide a historic feel to the rooms. Some rooms also feature a fireplace.
When the weather allows, breakfast can be enjoyed on the balcony over the garden, taking in the view of the Hill of the Moon (Mount Sintra). Afterwards, the garden invites for a stroll on the property.
Chalet Relogio is located within 5 minutes drive from the train station, within 2 km of the historic Pena Palace. It is 700 metres to the historical centre of Sintra, and parking and WiFi are both free of charge.
Please note that the property requests the full payment upon arrival. Credit cards are not accepted, only cash.
For check-ins after 20:30, please contact the Chalet Relogio for availability. Guests may do so through the Special Requests box, when booking.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking throughout
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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