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Pousada Palacio De Estoi - Monument Hotel & SLH - Faro Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Pousada Palacio De Estoi - Monument Hotel & SLH

Rua de S. José, Faro - Map
"A little off the beaten track - fortunately..."
The hotel is a modern adjunct to an existing old "palacio" that has been refurbished, and where meals and drinks can be taken by hotel guests, while also being visited by non-guests, who often seem to regard guests as residents of the palace! The modern part of the hotel is a very solid 4 star provision, without quite making it to 5 star. The location may not suit all, being the only hotel located in a small village, which contains very little provision for tourists, but that's no bad thing in my opinion, and resulted in a quiet and relaxing break for my wife and I. If you're seeking an exciting, rollercoaster party holiday, look elsewhere. Nearby and worth visiting: Restaurant - Galerie Des Sentidos, a great alternative to dining in the hotel (and significantly cheaper). Historical sight - Roman and later remains at "Milreu", which have been well presented and cared for by the state authorities. Shop - Canastra, purveying a variety of local food and craft produce, and passionately managed by Stefano, who will educate and illuminate any visitor, whether customer or not
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Located in Estoi, this historic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Estoi Palace and Ruins of Milreu. Santa Barbara de Nexe …More

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    This bustling characterful little town, gateway to the region, is overlooked by most Algarve visitors. Its elegant cobbled, peaceful Old Town is a delight for strolling. The Cathedral is its highlight; climb to the top for wonderful views across Faro’s lagoon. The newer, late 19th-century part of town is a likeable jumble of shopping streets, local bars and restaurants, a regional museum and the Carmo Church with a ghoulish bone chapel.

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