AddressRua António Crisógono Santos LagosSee nearby area
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Tivoli Lagos is a 4-star hotel featuring spa facilities and a courtyard with swimming pool. It features an Algarve-themed décor and ambiance. The hotel offers a free shuttle service to its private Duna Beach Club on Meia Praia, from March to October.
All of the air-conditioned rooms at the Tivoli have a balcony and offer satellite TV and a minibar. Every room also features an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer.
Páteo Velho Restaurant has an outdoor grill and serves Portuguese cuisine on the terrace. Guests can enjoy an American-style breakfast in the Lacóbriga Restaurant.
The Fortress Ponta de Bandeira and the Church of Saint Anthony, in the center of Lagos, are less than a 15-minute walk from the Tivoli. The Ponta da Piedade caves, 1.6 km south of Lagos, are a short boat trip away.
The Duna beach club, set on 2 km of beach, has a large swimming pool with sunbathing area and a cocktail bar. It also offers a variety of water sports, including kite surfing and water skiing. The club is ideal for events, parties, gatherings and even beach weddings.
Please note that the swimming pool is part of a beach club, and that hotel guests need to pay normal entrance fees to make use of the pool and the sun beds.
Please note that the Duna Beach Club is only open between April and October.
Please note that only pets with a maximum weight of 5 kg are admitted at the hotel.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in the room
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Tour desk
- Ticket service
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Car hire
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