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Our rooms were dingy and very noisy around mealtimes. There was a very strong odour in the rooms particularly after using the showers. The staff did not listen to us regarding missing linen or billing issues. Although overall ambiance of the common areas was lovely,...More
We were lucky to stay here for 2 nights. It is rated 4 star and has 36 rooms. Each room is different because it is a converted convent. Furnishings are lovely. The rooms have free WiFi which works well, good air-conditioning, TV, mini-bar, hair dryer,...More
Staying here is a real treat. The rooms are gorgeous and the entire building oozes history and character. Even if you're only in Evora for a day wander through the property to get a sense of what life was like back when the building was...More
Had two comfortable nights at this posada and former monastery in Évora. Old European charm abounds, with candelabras lighting the cloister-turned-restaurant at night. Bathroom fixtures are functional, even if seeming like antiques. There is no modern hotel flash, but one does not seek same at...More
In the 1500's this pousada (government run inn) was a convent. As large and as architecturally luxurious as a palace, this pousada has more than 30 rooms for guests. We spent a couple of nights here and enjoyed the period furnishings, the central atrium, and...More
My husband, Graham, and I spent a most enjoyable four nights here in Cell 105 - despite the name, the room, indeed a former monk's cell, was very comfortable and tastefully decorated, with a spacious bathroom and access to a shared terrace.
All the staff...More
This is an exceptionally well decorated and tasteful old monastery. Beautiful pieces come to their right in a spacious environment. We got a suite nr 101, where you felt like a king. Breakfast was OK, but ‘fresh’ cucumber a little dry, as the salad leaves...More