the surroundings are beautiful, the facilities -gym, sauna, pool, are of top quality, the food is excellent, the rooms are cozy and comfortable, and the staff is eager to help. Difficult to have better than this. Plus it is located near a world heritage site - Sintra.
Lovely views from his hotel, rooms are clean and tidy and have a well stocked mini bar though tea and coffee facilities in the room would have been helpful. Hotel bar is reasonably priced and comes with a great view of the valley. The biggest plus though is its central location to the National Palace, restaurants and bus services to the other palaces.
Situated in Annexe of Queluz Palace, NW of Lisbon & 15 km from Sintra.Ground floor rooms huge with high ceilings & lovely beds. Parking free, includes a good buffet breakfast.Staff very good. Restaurant a bit expensive but food good, several other places nearby to eat.Easy to find from IC19.
Great area near train station and bus service walking distance to restaurant, castle etc. hotel was very clean, staff very friendly, breakfast was great. Free wifi. Rooms regular size, big compare to Europe size.
used buses and train to visit Lisbon and surrounding cities and historical places. Sintra is very quiet and old so you will use it as a base for adventures. if you want to party all the time, stay in Lisbon proper. Sintra's coast is magnificent. miles of hiking trails. fishing from shore or boat. almost everyone speaks English here.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the lush woods and spectacular mountain valleys of Sintra have been a royal retreat since medieval times, popularised by 19th-century romantic writers. Sintra National Palace, with its magnificent collection of exotic tiles, dominates the town. The atmospheric ruins of the Castle of the Moors lie three kilometres southwest and the Disney-like pseudo-medieval Pena National Palace is four kilometres to the south.