Just 30 minutes south of Lisbon, this modern resort includes an impressive 18-hole golf course. Its restaurant offers international cuisine, an extensive wine list and views of the resort’s lake.
Montado Hotel & Golf Resort features contemporary guest rooms, each overlooking the golf course. They are equipped with flat-screen TVs, satellite channels and coffee makers.
Light meals and a wide range of drinks can be enjoyed at the The Pitch and Putt Bar. Guests can try a glass of local Muscatel or Port wine, or have an afternoon break with pastries.
Montado Hotel spa offers a large indoor pool with glassed walls and massage treatments.
Nestled on the hills along the Costa Azul, Montado Hotel & Golf Resort is 15 minutes’ drive from the centre of Setubal, and 10 minutes from Palmela. Lisbon International Airport is about a 30-minute drive away.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
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The hotel and resort at Montado is ultra modern, reflecting the characteristic trademarks of Tomas Taveira, the renowned architect behind the project. There are 93 rooms in total, each one of which overlooks the golf course, with comprehensive modern amenities that will ensure complete comfort.
Inside the modern clubhouse are leisure facilities such as a gym, sauna, and indoor pool, while Montado has a lovely restaurant named 7Abaixo, serving excellent regional and international cuisine. Explore the beautiful Costa Azul and particularly the charming port of Setubal, while the sights and sounds of Lisbon are just 30 minutes away.
Montado course was given a serious revamp in 2006 and is now one of the most entertaining and challenging courses in the Lisbon area.
The course is still surrounded by famous muscatel vineyards that were planted here more than a century ago, but the layout is now longer and more challenging, with several classic risk-reward holes that make a round here unforgettable.
The 160-yard 18th epitomises the updated Montado layout, with its island green calling for a brave shot if you're to stand a chance of finishing near the pin. Then there's the 5th, a challenging par-4 with a dogleg to the left that demands a good drive and for which the second shot is played onto a wide green protected by water. Another hole that's almost signature status is the 13th, which provides a great view over Palmela Castle and an excellent opportunity for a birdie.
The course unfolds beneath old oaks and younger olive trees, chestnut and pines, planted when the course was first built, whilst around it wind creeks and natural lakes. There are four sets of tees, taking the course from nearly 7,000 yards down to around 5,200 yards, so it can be enjoyed by players of most ability levels.