Our tailor-made specialists have done all the necessary travelling and research in Portugal to handpick the very best places to stay, so that you don’t have to. Talk to them about your preferred style of accommodation and choose from our carefully curated collection of classic hotels, chic boutique hideaways, converted monasteries-cum-palaces, wineries and hotels dedicated to wine and indulgent retreats that balance wine and wellness. Contact one of our travel planners today to begin designing your Portugal holiday, or browse below to discover some of our favourite properties.
Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa
3-night luxury holiday from £485 ppSave up to £155 pp – ends 29 Feb
The Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa, originally just the Tivoli Lisboa, is one of Lisbon’s landmark hotels.
Belmond Reid's Palace
5-night luxury holiday from £965 ppSave up to £205 pp – ends 28 Feb
Overlooking the Atlantic and set amid tropical gardens, Belmond Reid’s Palace on Madeira is one of Europe’s grande dame hotels.
The luxurious, stylish Yeatman hotel is unashamedly dedicated to wine. Set on a slope south of the Douro River, just across from the old city of Porto, it stands in Vila Nova de Gaia, the traditional home of port.
Intercontinental Porto: Palacio Das Cardosas
Set in the heart of Porto’s historic centre, the smart InterContinental occupies a converted monastery-cum-palace.
The Penha Longa Resort stands in the bucolic surrounds of the Estoril coastal region, close to the UNESCO heritage town of Sintra.
Six Senses Douro Valley
Six Senses Douro Valley is a stunning hilltop retreat in the heart of northern Portugal’s Douro wine country, set among massed ranks terraced vineyards.
The Presidential Train is Portugal’s most iconic luxury train. Originating from 1890, it has hosted kings, presidents and popes in its opulent carriages; its last ride was for the funeral of dictator Antonio de Oliveira Salazar in 1970, after which it was officially retired.