If you want to feel like royalty The Vidago Place Hotel is the one!, A sanctuary in the heart of beautiful park, surrounded by endless lush forest, walking and cycling routes and a magnificent palace worthy of its name.
Ideal for people looking to get away from it all, relax, rejuvenate and enjoy fine dining in glamorous Art Nouveau accommodation. The Vidago Palace Hotel was originally commissioned by King Carlos I, who wanted to build a luxury spa resort that could stand alongside Europe’s finest. At the time, the waters of the town of Vidago were considered an asset of national interest as the water had healing properties! This beautiful hotel was the highlight of the Portuguese society for many years until it closed its doors in 2006 for a brief period. It was renovated and re-opened under the guidance of Portuguese architect Alvor Siza, 100 years after its initial inauguration and have been re-introduced to its discerning guests since. The Vidago Palace is a member of the Leading Hotels of The World and has world renowned distinctive facilities attracting guests around the world. The elegant staircase, known to inspire the Titanic’s interior and the famous staircase if one of the few features of the beautiful palace.
Hotel offers elegant spaces, with magnificent restored rooms, ideal for spending a relaxing and romantic time together, enjoying life in the comfort of beautiful surroundings and facilities. This elegant and luxurious palace has been decorated with elegant materials, plush carpets, stylish hand painted wallpapers & fine period furniture, offering a unique atmosphere and a pleasant stay in the comfort of a palace.
The modern Thermal Spa, where the mineral water of Vidago – recognised for its exceptional therapeutic qualities – is a perfect place for relaxation and rejuvenate. In the park, you can find the 18-hole Golf Course or take a trip through this enchanted universe with a visit to the traditional springs or a bicycle ride along the many trails that provide a fantastic opportunity to observe the local wildlife.