Golfers heading to Lisbon in 2020 can look forward to an impressive new ‘stay and play’ resort venue following the opening of the Aroeira Lisbon Hotel at the beginning of December.
The Aroeira estate – 25km south of the Portuguese capital – already has a reputation for quality, with two widely-acclaimed 18-hole golf courses nestled amid tranquil natural pine forest, and the opening of the new hotel will only further enhance the golfing allure of the resort.
The Aroeira Lisbon Hotel features the ultimate in chic modern design. Including 68 bedrooms and suites, an outdoor pool, a spa and a choice of five bars and restaurants, it also provides easy access to the many golden sandy beaches in the Costa Azul region.
Visitors can combine world-class golf with a stay at the newly-opened Aroeira Lisbon Hotel when they book with ORIZONTE – Portugal’s largest golf management company – with four-night, three-round breaks for next year available from just €328 (approx £285) per person.
Bookable until October 2020, the array of attractive four and seven-night packages include the opportunity to play six of the leading courses around Lisbon and access to the outstanding facilities at the new four-star hotel.
Players can choose from a range of options, with four-night breaks featuring three rounds of golf – two at Aroeira and one at Quinta do Peru Golf & Country Club – while seven-night stays with five rounds of golf – to be taken at any of ORIZONTE’S courses – cost from €531 (£460) per person.
All prices include bed-and-breakfast basis and are based on two people sharing a room, while guests can upgrade to a semi all-inclusive package (including dinner and drinks from 5.30pm-11pm) for an extra €29 per day.
ORIZONTE – Lisbon Golf provides golfers with the opportunity to play six of the leading courses in close proximity to Portugal’s capital in the stunning Costa Azul, together with exceptional value for money on a wide range of accommodation options.
Included among its layouts are Quinta do Peru Golf & Country Club, the two courses at Ribagolfe – regarded as some of the finest in the Lisbon region and previously described as the ‘Valderrama of Portugal’ – and Aroeira, venue for the Portuguese Open in 1996 and 1997 and recently included in a list of Continental Europe’s Top 100 Golf Resorts.
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