Pousada de Évora, Convento dos Lóios
The now Pousada dos Loios was the S. João Evangelista Monastery or Monastery of Loios. It was founded in 1487 by the 1st Count of Olivença, D. Rodrigo Melo and constructed under license by D. João II on lands where part of the Arabic Castle of Évora used to stand. This castle was in complete ruins having suffered a fire during the 1383-85 revolution, due to battles supporting D. João, Master of Avis, who was to ascend to the throne as D. João I.
Between the Gothic Cathedral of Évora and the Roman Temple
Staying the night at the Pousada de Évora, the Loios Convent, means visiting a long distant passed having the privilege of reliving the history of every stone, every object including the simple and rudimental cubicles of the old Canon Regulars’ dormitories, which today have been converted into bedrooms with affable decoration.
The walls of the city of Évora which have been classified as a Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO hide in their interiors one of most beautiful Pousadas of Portugal.
This luxurious hotel in Évora is found in the historical centre of the city, between the Gothic Cathedral of Évora and the Temple of Diana.
Here you will find that the history, the finesse and the luxury are the vectors that gave rise to this majestic hotel.
The 36 rooms that make up this unit are nearly all different with their own characteristics. On the other hand, they all include wooden furniture, a mini bar, a desk and a private bathroom with bath and shower.
Date of the Building:
Fifteenth century convent
Baroque, Renaissance and Manueline-Gothic-Mudejar
D. Rodrigo de Melo
Opening of the Pousada:
Attractions of the Pousada:
A varied cuisine in the cloisters of the old convent, the monks' chambers were converted into rooms.
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