Pousada de Cascais - Cidadela Historic Hotel
The citadel and the Fortress of Nossa Senhora da Luz, (Our Lady of the Light) found in the interior, are part of the military forts built between the fifteenth and seventeenth century to defend the coast and the Tagus entrance.
As from 1870, the citadel was used as a royal residence where king D. Luís I died. It was in Cascais that the Portuguese Royal Family started to go to the beach.
In a sixteenth century fortress
Recently highlighted in the Wall Street Journal, this luxury hotel, Pousada de Cascais, is set within the walls of the historical fortress, the emblematic 16th century Citadel of Cascais, in the centre of Cascais. It is a place where ancient meets modern, and many of the rooms are dramatically set into the former barracks which makes each space a different experience, while others, more modern, enjoy spectacular views to the sea or over the huge internal patio spaces.
The Pousada de Cascais - Cidadela Historic Hotel, is a world in itself with restaurants, bars, arts shops, and indoor pool, wellness center, business centre and ample meeting and conference facilities. It goes without saying that all the rooms have air conditioning, multi channel Lcd televisions, wi-fi, safes, bathrobes and many other comforts.
The Pousada is close to the centre of Cascais, beaches, shoppings, parks and museums.
From 6 December 2013 to January 1, 2014
Óbidos Christmas Village
From 12/6/2013 to 1/1/2014
Date of the Building:
Sixteenth Century Citadel Fortress
D. Carlos I; D. Luís I; Manuel de Arriaga; Bernardino Machado; Óscar Carmona
Gonçalo Byrne and David Sinclair
Attractions of the Pousada:
Museum of the Republican Presidency. Paintings representing the history of the Cascais Citadel.
Certificate of Exellence 2013
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