Sintra Marmòris Palace is the soul of a property designed and built in the late 19th century and carefully restored 100 years later by a family that has been linked to the marble industry for several generations.
Reopened in May 2017 as a local lodgement and offering nine individually appointed guest rooms, divided in two buildings, it was clearly built to take full advantage of the breathtaking scenic views and natural gardens of Sintra.
Just a 7-minute walk from the historic center, it is part of the Sintra Cultural Landscape, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Enjoy the open views from its windows, where the National Palace of Sintra and the slope of the Castelo dos Mouros stand out. This privileged location invites you to stroll through the garden, with intimate corners, to the singing of the birds, to read a book or to enjoy the heated outdoor pool.