Where to Stay in Portugal Now
From a 17th-century palace-turned-boutique-hotel in Lisbon to a whitewashed villa on the Azores, these hotels offer an unforgettable way to experience one of 2018’s hottest travel destinations.
Continental Europe’s westernmost country is having its moment. Tourism-wide, it’s never been more popular. In fact, Portuguese hotels welcomed over 21 million visitors last year—over double its population. To keep pace, the hospitality scene is growing exponentially: nearly 100 hotels are scheduled to open or renovate in 2018, giving travelers even more of a choice of offerings. To help make sense of it all, we’ve handpicked our favorite new, refurbished, or expanded properties throughout Portugal, from a cliffside hotel in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean to a charming six-suite hideaway in one of Lisbon’s most visited neighborhoods.