The Hotel Convento São Paulo with only 32 guest rooms is surrounded by a vast garden and 600 tree-lined hectares, an inspiring landscape, making it a hotel where guests can truly escape into a historic atmosphere.
Originally built in 1182 by hermits in search of prayer and well-being, the Hotel Convento São Paulo is now a refined, comfortable hotel. With many rooms occupying the old cells of the monks, they provide the guest with an atmosphere of shelter and peace. All of the rooms are carefully and individually decorated with antique furniture. The marble of Estremoz in the bathrooms complements the finesse of the decoration.
The hotel has 2 open-air swimming pools, exquisitely framed with century-old trees and indigenous vegetation. It also has a hard tennis court, which allows the visitor some hours of healthy exercise. Alternately, there are a number of wine "adegas" in the area worth visiting.