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Solverde Spa & Wellness Centre Superior First Class Modern Hotel Espinho, Portugal

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Ranking: #4 out of 206

This hotel is an ideal choice for a weekend away, facilities include indoor and outdoor sea water swimming pools, tennis courts, beach volley- ball court, mini- golf. Top of the range health spa available with treatment area with 10 therapy rooms, sauna area, hydrotherapy rooms, aqua veda room, oriental and oxygen rooms. Cruises on river Douro can be arranged. MP 11/08 Are medium and modern with light wood furniture and dark navy coverings. All have the facilities expected for such... Read more

This hotel is an ideal choice for a weekend away, facilities include indoor and outdoor sea water swimming pools, tennis courts, beach volley- ball court, mini- golf. Top of the range health spa available with treatment area with 10 therapy rooms, sauna area, hydrotherapy rooms, aqua veda room, oriental and oxygen rooms. Cruises on river Douro can be arranged. MP 11/08 Are medium and modern with light wood furniture and dark navy coverings. All have the facilities expected for such a category. The suites are traditional decorated in period furniture. "O Jardim" is large with garden/sea views, natural light with buffet table in centre. The coffee shop is only open from Jun-Sep. The hotel has two bars one of which is by the pool. A Modern 3 storey building in concrete construction approached via a side-link road off the main national road. Ample car parking spaces and open planned gardens with swimming pool and direct access to the beach. The property is 20, 000 sq metres with garaging as has as well its own heliport. The lobby is very large and imposing decorated in a combination of marble and carpeting, dome like chandeliers, plants and ample seating area.

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