This luxury hotel offers you magnificent panoramic views of Estremoz and the Alentejana lowlands from its gardens and outdoor pool. In your free time, enjoy the game room with a pool table and board games. For dining, we offer a restaurant and a bar. The rooms are spacious and royally dignified with canopied beds, a TV and free Wi-Fi.
They feature classic decor and many still maintain characteristics from the 18th century.
RESTAURANTS AND SERVICES
Enjoy the Pousada de Estremoz restaurant with the best of traditional Portuguese cuisine, incorporating contemporary components from Alentejo.
In summer, take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool, enjoying the fantastic views of Alentejo while relaxing in the lounge chair area. In winter, wander through the richly decorated common rooms and relax at the Pousada's bar.
Take the opportunity to visit the Weekly Market that happens every Saturday. For more information, contact our 24-hour reception.
This ancient palace was ordered to be built by Dom Dinis for his wife, Queen Santa Isabel, who gives the Pousada its name. Located on the city's old stronghold, it was the scene of battles, love and betrayal.
Under the control of Queen Santa Isabel, who passed away in 1336, Estremoz became one of the main political centres of the kingdom, welcoming important figures and serving as an important royal political forum throughout the end of the first dynasty. At the beginning of the 20th century, in 1910, the castle grounds, the town walls, the Torre das Couraças and the Capela da Rainha Santa were classified as a National Monument.
LOCATION AND DESTINATION
Estremoz is one of the Alentenjo's main cities and enjoys a strategic location along the Lisbon-Madrid axis. Visit the leading manors and wine producers, like Adega Tiago Cabaço, the Herdade das Servas or the Adega João Portugal Ramos.
Get caught in the charm of the churches, chapels, hermitages and palaces. Take a stroll through the historic centre of Estremoz and discover Praça Dom José I. Don't miss the Weekly Market, every Saturday at Estremoz's central square.