Cascais boasts its fair share of sun due to its south-facing location on a west coast protrusion just a few miles west of Lisbon. Due to this, the town has become a weekend/summertime retreat for the moneyed Lisbonites and international jet set troupe who seek Portugal’s more exclusive offerings. Cascais also attracts adventurers from all corners, particularly for its Praia do Guincho beach: Geographically poised for wind and waves, the beach—one of Cascais’s largest—attracts surfers and windsurfers, and is flanked by a shoreline of exclusive bars and restaurants with a natural emphasis on seafood.
LIS - Portela Airport
Nearest train station
Cascais Railway Station
Spa & Recreation
The hotel has an outdoor saltwater pool
Food & Drink
The Mix restaurant serves Mediterranean dishes inside or on the terrace, while Sushi Design offers Japanese dining experiences
Conference & Meetings
Sala Farol offers space for up to 80 guests
Parking on site
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