You couldn't ask for a swisher base than Troia Design Hotel for a golfing break in this beautifully wild part of Portugal, where the golf is about as good as it gets.
Standing in stark but stunning contrast to its wild surrounds, the cathedral of moulded concrete, glass and steel that is Troia Design Hotel doesn't disappoint on the outside or inside, making it a superb hotel from which to explore the Lisbon area's golfing attractions and world class courses such as Troia, Aroeira, Pehna Longa and Quinta da Marinha.
Some of the balcony views from this hotel are simply wonderful, taking in the white beaches, marina, azure sea and bold protrusions of the Arrábida Mountains. The 5-star hotel's 61 luxury rooms and 144 residential suites are wonderfully appointed with clean, modern and very sleek furnishings and layouts that make them seem even larger and airier than their already generous proportions should suggest.
The hotel includes a Spa with an indoor treatment pool and over 70 different treatments, a unique kids club offering both indoor and outdoor activities, two roof-top swimming pools - one infinity and one children's pool - casino and a conference centre.
The Salinas Brasserie specializes in Atlantic dishes where flavours of the sea are abundant and boasts a spacious terrace where you can enjoy the sun. The B&G Restaurant with its more sophisticated ambiance and contemporary design offers Portuguese cuisine inspired by local dishes. The hotel also has a pool bar , Paprika, which features fresh salads and natural fruit juices for those hot summer days. For the night the resort offers the NYX lounge bar with innovative design décor where guests can listen to music and dance till the early hours.
I’ve just returned from 7 nights in Troia, two of us staying at the Design Hotel and playing 5 rounds at Robert Trent Jones’s masterpiece. Yourgolftravel were super, they answered all my questions, waited whilst I got my dates sorted out, were friendly, efficient and did it all at a great price!
It’s out of season, so the dining options were a bit limited (the hotel restaurant is closed!) but that also meant the course was a lot less crowded. The hotel is very comfortable and the staff were friendly and helpful. I had a (very minor) medical problem and they couldn’t have done more for me.
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