Pousada de Estremoz, Rainha Santa Isabel
During the ownership of Queen Santa Isabel, who died here in 1336, Estremoz became one of the main political centres of that reign, offering advice to important figures and being the private stage for royal politics during the end of the first dynasty.
At the beginning of the twentieth century the grouping of the castle, the village walls, the so called Torre das Couraças (Towers of Armour) and the Queen Santa Chapel were classified as a National Monument since 1910.
Within the Estremoz Castle
The Pousada of Estremoz is situated in a privileged place, as is the Castle Estremoz. It is an authentic museum which has a range of antic furniture, wall tapestries, iron decorative pieces and porcelain from other times.
D. Dinis ordered the construction of this building for his wife the queen Santa Isabel, which has given its name to the Pousada. Placed in the old city, this was the stage of battles, love and treason.
This luxury hotel in Estremoz offers from its gardens and pool, a magnificent panoramic view of Estremoz and the Alentejo plain.
The Pousada’s 33 rooms are spacious and worthy of royalty with beautiful canopy beds which invite you to stay for a relaxing night.
Date of the Building:
Twelfth Century Castle
Rainha Santa Isabel; D.Dinis; D. Afonso III; D. Fernando; D. João V
Rui Ângelo do Couto
Attractions of the Pousada:
Romantic environment; seventeenth and eighteenth century predominant decor
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