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Le Meridien Penina Golf & Resort

Penina Hotel & Golf Resort

Home to the 18-hole Sir Henry Cotton Championship Golf Course, this modern resort hotel is four kilometres from the beach. Air-conditioned guestrooms are decorated in Mediterranean colours and all include minibars, safes and satellite television. Guests can enjoy golf or tennis, workout at the gym, take a relaxing sauna or have a treatment at the hair and beauty salon.

Le Meridien Dona Filipa

Le Meridien Dona Filipa, Algarve

Modern resort located just 100 metres from the beach, eight km from the famous San Lorenzo Golf Course, owned by the hotel. Air-conditioned guestrooms open onto balconies and are decorated in Mediterranean terracotta tones with dark wood furniture. Non-golfers can relax by the pool, play tennis or visit the beauty salon; children have their own pool and play village.

Hotel Quinta do Lago

Hotel Quinta do Lago, Algarve

The hotel is set on a picturesque slope–with sculptures, flowering gardens, lily ponds, and pine and palm trees–that drops down to the lagoon. It attracts nature lovers, bird watchers, golfers, and families seeking tranquil, active holidays.

Grande Real Santa Eulalia Resort, Albufeira

Grande Real Santa Eulalia Resort, Albufeira

Set in lush gardens, the modern hotel is located right on Santa Eulalia Beach, one kilometer from Albufeira city center. Guestrooms have bright, warm contemporary decor with balconies and panoramic views, all include cable TV and minibars. Well-equipped spa offers an extensive range of treatments, including hot stone massage and full body exfoliation.

Sheraton Algarve Hotel at Pine Cliffs Resort

Sheraton Algarve Hotel at Pine Cliffs Resort, Albufeira

Located on a cliff top by Falesia beach, this white hotel has several wings stretching out into the landscaped gardens of pine trees, black and white mosaic stone pathways, and Moroccan-style wooden bridges over streams. From the reception to the golf course, the hotel has a Moorish influence with patios, fountains, wooden screens and signs in typical Portuguese azulejos (tiles). Guests enter into the main lobby to find a tiled floor, antique carved tables and chairs with tapestry upholstery, seating areas separated by wooden screens, a lobby lounge with an old fireplace, where leisure and corporate guests can cool off, take a break or have an intimate meeting.