Palacio Estoril Hotel

The Hotel Palácio Estoril is one of Europe’s great hotels which has been enchanting successive generations of guests from the four corners of the globe since 1930. Its long existence is intertwined with the history of Europe and the world and with changing attitudes. Now, in the 21st century, the Palácio is still grand but at the same time is a completely renovated, up-to-date hotel with modern facilities that manages to be welcoming and cosy despite its grandeur.

The 5* Palacio Estoril Hotel is a superb hotel in a fantastic location in Estoril. This hotel will cater for your every need during your stay. The lovely Estoil Golf Courses is owned by this hotel and golfbreaks.ie guests will receive a preferential rate during their stay.

The Hotel Palácio Estoril is one of Europe’s great hotels which has been enchanting successive generations of guests from the four corners of the globe since 1930. Its long existence is intertwined with the history of Europe and the world and with changing attitudes. Now, in the 21st century, the Palácio is still grand but at the same time is a completely renovated, up-to-date hotel with modern facilities that manages to be welcoming and cosy despite its grandeur.

Located in the heart of Estoril, just 20 minutes from the centre of Lisbon, the Palácio is a five star hotel set in beautiful gardens and with outstanding views over Estoril and the Bay of Cascais.

On the Hotels doorstep there is a wide range of cultural and leisure activities at your disposal, including the famous Estoril Casino, several Art Galleries, Museums and House Museums, a modern Conference Centre, magnificent beaches bordered by an attractive promenade, tennis courts, golf courses, cycle paths and even a Racetrack.

ESTORIL GOLF COURSE is owned by the hotel and guests receive a preferential rate for the course.

Estoril Golf Course is 25 minutes away from Lisbon and just 3 from restaurants, hotels, casino and Estoril beach. The Estoril Championship Course started in 1929 and redesigned in 1936 by Mackenzie Ross. It is known as one of the oldest and most emblematic clubs in Portugal and where two of the Portuguese most important tournaments have been held frequently: the Portuguese Open 20 years and the Portuguese International Championship Amateur 63 years. A long list of famous golfers have played Estoril including Ballesteros, Montgomerie, Sam Torrance, Canizares, Gene Sarazen, Peter Allis and Bernard Gallacher.