Architecturally inspired by Portugal's Arab heritage, this oceanfront hotel sits in a stand of pine trees atop a cliff above an unspoiled beach on the southern Coast. Each of its 215 rooms has a balcony with views of the ocean, Monchique Mountains, or gardens. An elevator from the hotel descends to the Praia de Falesia beach club and watersports center below and the longest stretch of golden sand in Portugal. The resort also has five tennis courts (three hard and two red clay) overseen by two full-time pros from the Anabelle Croft Tennis Academy, which manages the courts, as well as a fitness center, salon for massages, golf courses, children's and teen programs, and some 10 restaurants and cafes (some open only seasonally).
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