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Luxury hotel converted from the 15th century convent. Rooms are spacious, very clean and well maintained. Beautiful grounds, swimming pool. Well preserved chapel with beautiful tiles and paintings. Hotel located about 5-minute drive from town, but taxi is always available and not expensive.
Luxury hotel on outskirts of Evora. A former convent was reimagined as a resort hotel. The rooms are modern extensions, the dining and lounges are part of the old building. Attached is a functioning chapel with magnificent decorations. A wedding was held there during our...More
We went there for a couple of nights. This is a beautiful hotel converted from an old convent. There is a new wing and an old wing, which is the converted monastery. We stayed in a suite in the old wing. We loved it!
This place is a must to stay in Evora.
Wonderful privately owned restored Convento (monks not nuns) dating back to the 15th century. Completely restored 20+ years ago by a family from Madera.
Service is impeccable and rooms spacious. We stayed in a Superior room...More
We stayed here for two nights in a standard room with a king bed facing the courtyard. Lovely rom, quiet and well appointed. Bathrobes were a plus! Nice terrace and blacony off our room.
Restaurant is very good and the service is seamless. I had...More
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We arrived very early from an overnight flight. Our room wasn’t ready but they took our luggage and we went off to lunch. We checked in on a Saturday and the hotel was very busy. We were in our room just before 3.
Title to this property is still held by a rather small group of monks, who live in the other monastery in Evora. When they found out that Starwood was merging with Marriott, they decided to leave rather than be managed by... More
Title to this property is still held by a rather small group of monks, who live in the other monastery in Evora. When they found out that Starwood was merging with Marriott, they decided to leave rather than be managed by Mormons.