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Alentejo Marmoris Hotel & Spa, Vila Viçosa
Known as the 'bread basket' of Europe, the Alentejo region is the agricultural heartland of Portugal, her undulating plains and fertile soil fed by the mighty Tejo River, from where the region received its name: Alentejo—beyond the Tejo—as important to Portugal as the Po is to Italy. While the Po helps create the world-class Parmigiano Reggiano, the Alentejo produces the world's finest cork and marble. And right at its heart, within the charming, historic, marble-encrusted town of Vila Viçosa, lies the Alentejo Marmoris Hotel & Spa, one of the newest luxury hotels in Portugal. Just a two-minute walk from Vila Viçosa's historic Royal Palace, the Alantejo Marmoris in keeping with the rest of the town, luxuriously cocoons its guests in a marble wonderland. Far from its humble origins as a vintage mill, the Alentejo Marmoris has been transformed into a world-class hotel, from the intricate marble flooring to the marble-adorned Stone Spa. Our Members are invited to enjoy this superb hotel at exclusive . . . more


Lawrence's Hotel
The Portuguese and Moorish Royal families made Sintra their summer retreat with good reason. While Portugal’s capital, Lisbon, lies languid in the summer sun, not far away in the hills of Sintra the royals were enjoying the shady cobbled lanes and cool woodlands, the castles, palaces and breathtaking scenery—then take a tram to the lovely sandy beach at Praia das Maçãs. First choice for our Members in Sintra has to be the five-star Lawrence's Hotel, the oldest in the Iberian peninsula and second oldest in the world. Lawrence's is a country manor with all the touches one expects, from its library to its airy bedrooms and restaurant overlooking the garden. Lawrence's has a rich history. This was where Lord Byron stayed, inspiring his travel epic Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (‘Lo! Cintra’s glorious Eden intervenes, in variegated maze of mount and glen’). Members receive exceptional rates . . . more


Aquapura Douro Valley
They call Portugal's Douro ‘the wine river’ for good reason. Along its 200-kilometre route, winding from the Atlantic to the Spanish border, often it is flanked by vine terraces as far as the eye can see—particularly in the north-west valley, where the mountainous hills rise up, majestically exposing the vines to the sun they need to grow those wonderful red port grapes for which the region is so famous: iimportant enough to be awarded UNESCO world heritage status. . . . more

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