Top 10 Hotels in Cascais

The best and most recommended hotels, based on guest reviews, facilities and location.

    Fortaleza do Guincho

  • 1. Fortaleza do Guincho
  • If waking up or falling asleep to the sound of ocean waves sounds perfect for you, splurge on one of the romantic rooms of this 17th-century fortress standing above Guincho Beach. It has 27 rooms and suites, spread over two floors, and sea views from just about anywhere. That includes the restaurant, which has been distinguished with a Michelin star.

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    Farol Hotel

  • 2. Farol Hotel
  • You can’t get any closer to the sea than at this hotel. Its bar is literally on the rocks by the Atlantic, and is the perfect spot to start or end your day. So is the outdoor seawater pool, and, of course, the rooms, many of which face the sea and were created by some of Portugal’s leading designers. Although this is a 19th-century mansion, it’s all about contemporary design, and is just a short walk from the famous Boca do Inferno and the center of town.

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    Grande Real Villa Itália Hotel

  • 3. Grande Real Villa Itália Hotel
  • The former residence of Italy’s last king (Umberto II, who lived the last 37 years of his life in exile in Cascais) has been converted into a luxurious hotel. It’s in a quiet oceanfront location, with easy access to beaches, but guests may also enjoy sunny days by the hotel’s two pools. For further relaxation there are the services of a wonderful spa and outdoor dining at the restaurant. The rooms are quite large and decorated in a classic style.

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    Hotel Cascais Miragem

  • 4. Hotel Cascais Miragem
  • When it opened in 2004, it soon became one of Cascais’ most iconic hotels, and constant renovations have kept it fresh and modern. Its 192 rooms overlook the ocean or a garden from their private terraces or balconies, and feature marble bathrooms. There’s an indoor pool and a spa, but the outdoor infinity pool alone would have guaranteed relaxing days by the sea.

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    Pestana Cidadela de Cascais Hotel

  • 5. Pestana Cidadela de Cascais Hotel
  • This isn’t just a hotel, it’s an “arts district,” as it’s surrounded by galleries. Art can also be found in the 126 rooms and suites, which are housed in a 16th-century fortress renovated in 2014. Some look out to the marina and the sea, as do the indoor and outdoor pools.

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    Albatroz Hotel

  • 6. Albatroz Hotel
  • The grandest beach hotel in the center of Cascais is the former home of a duke, built in 1873. It separates two beaches (Praia da Conceição and Praia da Rainha) and is the starting point of the Cascais-Estoril promenade. There are oceanview rooms with a regal décor (45 rooms and 6 suites), while more stunning views can be admired from the outdoor pool and from the restaurant.

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    Palácio Estoril Hotel

  • 7. Palácio Estoril Hotel
  • An iconic hotel of the Lisbon coast since the 1930s, the “Palácio” still exudes the charm of the time when it welcomed the rich, the famous, and spies during WWII. One of those illustrious guests was author Ian Fleming, who was inspired by the casino outside to write his first James Bond novel. Years later, the hotel ended up featured on the Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.” Across the road is the postcard beach of Tamariz, while at the hotel there is a large outdoor swimming pool, a world-class spa and a fine restaurant.

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    Intercontinental Cascais-Estoril

  • 8. Intercontinental Cascais-Estoril
  • Facing the sea on the border between Cascais and Estoril, this luxury hotel of the well-known international chain has spacious rooms with balconies, many of them with ocean views. The contemporary interior includes a sophisticated restaurant, a fitness center, a spa, and an indoor pool, while outside is a terrace with a swimming pool.

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    The Oitavos

  • 9. The Oitavos
  • It has one of the world’s best golf courses, designed American golf course designer Arthur Hills, but it isn’t just a golf hotel. It’s a modern glass building facing the Atlantic, with 142 spacious rooms welcoming all kinds of guests. There are two restaurants, a bar, an outdoor seawater swimming pool, a fitness center, and a spa. It’s surrounded by the pine trees of the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, close to Cascais’ beaches.

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    Quinta da Marinha Resort

  • 10. Quinta da Marinha Resort
  • A resort to get away from it all, it’s located in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, halfway between the center of Cascais and the beach of Guincho. Surrounded by an idyllic landscape, which includes a lake and a golf course, it offers 188 rooms, 10 suites and 40 villas. There’s also an indoor and an outdoor pool, a spa, and different restaurants and bars.

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