From the sparkling shores of the Algarve and Comporta’s chill surf vibe to the charming countryside of Alentejo and Lisbon’s bustle, explore our collection of eco-friendly and luxurious hotels in Portugal.
Just outside the laid-back beach town of Comporta sits Cabanas no Rio; two small huts free from superfluous objects, allowing guests to feel one with nature and a part of something much larger than everyday life.
Minimalist design and nature take centre stage at Casa no Tempo, a rustic farm retreat in Portugal’s lesser trodden Alentejo region.
An architecturally stunning six bedroom retreat, Santa Clara 1728 is a design lovers dream located in Lisbon’s cultural quarter.
Casa Modesta is a rural yet contemporary retreat where sustainable design and architecture meet organic food in the heart of Rio Formosa National Park.
An ancient farming village brought back to life as an understated and luxurious estate surrounded by ancient oak trees, olive groves and vineyards.
Nature meets minimalist design at Casas na Areia, a stunning seaside retreat made up of four beach houses in Portugal’s dreamy Comporta region.
Less than an hour from Lisbon on Portugal’s whisper-quiet Costa de Prata sits the ethereal Areias do Seixo—an eco travelers dream.
Perched on the rocky cliff line of the Azores’ São Miguel Island, this 18th-century manor turned boutique hotel melds seamlessly into its natural surroundings, offering a laid-back and luxurious experience that is the outdoor adventurer’s dream.