- Swimming Pool
- Relaxation Room
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Hot Tub
At a glance
Hotel Spa Venue
The spa is a luxury extension to the hotel experience in a separate building to
The resort is surrounded by the picturesque landscape of a UNESCO World Heritage Natural Park.
With so many activities and accommodation choices available it is ideally suited for a
chilled-out hen weekend.
There is an 18-hole golf course and a nine-hole course as well, designed by Robert Trent Jones.
Penha Longa Resort is just 25 minutes from Lisbon Airport.
There are six tennis courts at Penha Longa Resort as well as horseback riding, cycling, and jogging tracks.
Spa & Leisure
Within the Penha Longa Resort, sits the Penha Longa Spa – a holistic retreat which in addition to nine treatment rooms, a gym, pool, sauna, a Turkish bath, and two relaxation areas; makes use of its own garden space with a Jacuzzi, contrast pool with a three-metre waterfall, a platform over the pool for yoga and Qigong, and two gazebos for meditation and treatments.
The treatment menu also reflects the spa’s devotion to natural healing offering a complete range of therapies including in-room massage, and more specialised treatments including Shiatsu, Abyanga, Reiki and Hopi Ear Candling. Combining their expertise the spa also offers a number of ‘journeys’ and seasonal specials; and finishing touches including hairdressing are also part of the experience.
Hotel & Accommodation
On the coast of Portugal, in a palazzo-style estate, Penha Longa Resort is situated in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage Natural Park with views of the hills, gardens and lakes of the southern Sintra Mountains. Luxurious without being pretentious, the hotel has 194 rooms and suites, many looking out onto the surrounding golf course, and also offers a range of activities including family entertainment.
Dining at Penha Longa reflects its history as a destination of the royal family in the 16th century. The hotel has recently opened two new restaurants, Spices and Midori. Well known as the oldest Japanese restaurant in the country, Midori has been reimagined, redesigned and reopened as an intimate venue for up to 18 people, while Spices captures the culinary diversity of Asia with selected specialties from Thailand, India, China and Japan. The two additions sit alongside the hotel’s gourmet restaurant LAB, which was recently awarded its first Michelin Star.