he Rural Hotel Horta da Moura stands on the slope of the hill near the Alqueva Lake in the stunning southern part of Portugal. Located about 200kms from Lisbon and 55km from Evora this excellent Portuguese hotel will prove to be an ideal base to stay for those desiring to leave the big city and retreat into the countryside for some much needed rest and relaxation. The staff have been trained to offer professional, courteous and friendly service throughout your stay and will endevour to make you stay as comfortable and convenient as possible. Just ask at the front desk should you require any tourism advice. here are a total of 26 spacious and luxurious guestrooms to choose from and each has been designed with the guest foremost in mind. The rooms have been fitted with all the modern conveniences that todays traveller would expect. The Horta da Moura Hotel has many facilities to impress all members of the family including an outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, pool and ping-pong tables. The concierege will be happy to organise horses and a carriages for rides in the countryside should you so wish. The Horta da Moura Restaurant will serve a delectable array of traditional dishes incorporating seasonal ingredients collected from local farms and businesses. The Hotel is also equipped with a large hall for meetings and celebrations, with special entertainment and activities.
Beautifully designed hotel in lovely countryside setting, with rooms in well-spaced-out single storey blocks. Very spacious bedrooms and bathrooms as well as communal areas. Helpful and welcoming staff.
Although close to Monsaraz, it was a little bit isolated and appeared to lack nearby restaurants/bars.
The peace and quiet. The location
Restaurent needs a makeover. On 2 nights it was closed,
visiting the lake and surrounding towns
special location and style, local food
The place was amazing, the quite and the conditions were great, I want to repeat this experience on holidays.
The late time of the breakfast, for someone that was working, serving at 9 a.m. was late, but for someone on holidays, it's a great hour.