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Hotel Oitavos – a haven of tranquility in Portugal


Set within the Sintra Cascais National Park and overlooking Portugal’s Atlantic coastline, five-star luxury hotel The Oitavos is haven of tranquility and all things chic.

Located just 20 minutes west of Lisbon and the airport, over-looking the West Atlantic coastline, the contemporary hotel has been designed with sleek lines and elegantly simple interiors. The luxury hotel embraces rather than competes with its natural surroundings.


The 142-room luxury hotel is a great option for business travellers or if you are looking for a stylish getaway. The hotel offers numerous dining experiences, a full service destination spa and conference facilities. Set within the Quinta da Marinha estate, the exceptional sporting resort boasts a leading equestrian centre, health and racket club and the Oitavos Dunes golf course, ranked 65th on Golf Magazine’s 2013 ‘top 100 courses in the world’.

Also every Friday from now until September, guests can enjoy the beats and the vibrant culture of four distinct cities in the hotel lounge of The Oitavos, including Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, New York and Paris. From 7.30pm, you will be transported to a different part of the world, perfectly capturing the essence of each city and recreating a particular era, from the age of jazz and soul, to the rhythm and the beats of the samba.

The Oitavos, Rua de Oitavos, Quinta da Marinha, 2750-374 Cascais, Portugal,


Assif is a luxury travel and design aficionado currently working as a BBC content producer. He holds an MA in journalism from the University of Leeds. He is partial to tea and cake - Yorkshire Tea Gold Blend please. His favourite trips include island hopping in the Seychelles, a mountain escape in Kashmir and getting lost in Hong Kong.

Assif is the current editor of Adelto Magazine. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @journolista.

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August 4, 2014 | Europe Lisbon Portugal Travel Western Europe | View comments

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