Lisbon Hotels
Estalagem Villa Albatroz  

During the last century, the house, with the Vinhas stream joining the sea at its feet, belonged to the Dukes of Palmela. Later on, it was the residence of the writer Maria Amália Vaz de Carvalho and the poet Gonçalves Crespo, becoming the cenaculum of period writers, thus adding an aura of dignity and culture to the beauty and harmony of its sober lines. It is officially acknowledged as a building of architectural and historic-cultural interest, and according to Pedro Falcão "this beautiful house is so much a part of Cascais, it is impossible to imagine the bay without it".
Acquired some time ago by the present owner, the house changed, after interior remodeling, into the new Hostelry Villa Cascais: a luxury hotel where guests can enjoy the tranquillity of the surrounding view, feeling "out of this world" in the very centre of Cascais