Estoril

Originally a nine-hole course, Estoril was extended to 18 holes in the 1930s by Philip Mackenzie Ross and is one of the most historic courses in Portugal. Although rather short, under 5,700 yards, the tight and hilly fairways and often hard-to-find green will require accurate shot making throughout your round.

Family owned, five-star modern hotel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Their dining options include a Portuguese and French infused restaurant, a fresh local Chefs Table, a sushi bar, a clubhouse bar and a pool bar. Other amenities include an indoor and outdoor pool, fitness center, spa with sauna, Turkish bath and hot tub, and the world-ranked Oitavos Dune golf course.
Luxurious, five-star hotel built in a 19th-century palace on a hilltop overlooking the Tagus River. Nestled in Lisbon’s diplomatic quarter, Lapa Palace is only a short drive from Lisbon center while still being secluded in its subtropical gardens. Rooms feature balconies offering panoramic views and Portuguese-style furniture. Amenities include a restaurant, bar, fitness center, indoor and outdoor pools, and a spa with a sauna and stem room.