A chic, minimalist hotel in Portugal’s lush Alentejo vineyards, with Michelin-starred food and sublime country views…
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Hidden within the enchanting plains of Portugal’s lush Alentejo region, L’and Vineyards hotel offers the ultimate in luxury. Fusing minimalist architecture with a sublime natural beauty, it is a boutique, country club that can take you on a spellbinding journey. Enjoy Michelin-starred food, incredible wines, organic spa treatments or days by the pool. With exclusive facilities and a magical location, it promises to be your holiday sensation.
This elite hotel has 22 deluxe suites that have their own private gardens and sophisticated finish. Their whitewashed exteriors ooze with a chic, natural style and blend in with the verdant pastures and rolling hillsides. Local materials have been used to bring the outdoors in and include polished slate, rugged stone and stripped back wood. Their bespoke king-size beds also add a cosy vibe and are joined by designer furniture and sleek, modern lines.
10 SKY-view suites offer a unique night time experience and have retractable bedroom ceilings that open to the sky above. Lie back and sleep beneath the open skies and marvel as the stars glisten and as the moon shines. In the morning, you can watch as the pink skies awaken before breakfasting on the patio with a fresh cup of coffee. Their interior gardens are also peaceful places to relax, with refreshing plunge pools and panoramic views.
The 12 L’and suites are design-led hangouts that have an additional living space for that added indulgence. Finished with warm earthy tones and contemporary art, they have a refined elegance that is state of the art. Large windows let the sunlight flood in and offer mesmerising views across the sparkling lake. Watch the ever-changing skies or the beautiful landscapes, before heading out to explore the manicured vineyards.
Portugal’s Alentejo region is a rural gem that has a rich history and a strong sense of tradition. Its flourishing wineries are part of its long-standing heritage and are joined by a growing gastro-culture that celebrates seasonal produce. The medieval city of Évora is just one of its highlights and is known for its captivating character and stunning architecture. Named as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, it is a magnificent place where you can step back in time. The nearby town of Montemor-o-Novo is also well worth a visit and has an ancient castle with crumbling ruins.
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