Hotel Lighting can provide unique rooms and add a touch of luxury and modern look to your hotel interior design. They form a crucial aspect of creating an inviting atmosphere but when decorating your hotel interior design your must remember that different spaces need different hotel lighting fixtures.
We think that there is nothing better for your ideas than looking to some of the best luxury hotels where you can check some modern interior design projects inspiration.
Here you can get inspired to give any kind of mood according to the area that you are decorating.
This hotel living area of Kerry Hotel design by Studio N2 with this giant rounded chandelier gives this room an incredible elegance. With round modern chandelier, you can get a cozy ambiance.
This huge bubble hotel lighting that is present in Intercontinental Shangai creates an awesome effect and give an idea of water which is a creative idea.
It’s a restaurant in the Turim Palace Hotel and the suspension lighting makes the most of this amazing dining area.
Alain Ducasse restaurant at the Hotel Plaza Athénée Paris strikes a balance between a neutral color palette and opulent finishes like an oversized crystal chandelier which is completely breathtaking and it’s for sure one of our favorites modern interior design projects.
In Sheraton Bandung Hotel and Towers you can not notice the presence of this stunning chandelier in one of the best luxury hotels. It represents Bandung’s blue skies and clouds. If you want to give to your area a touch of the country where your hotel is located you can do it through paintings or, of course, the hotel lighting.
In the Mira Hong Kong Hotel, this crystal chandelier wants to tell to their client multi-stories. The presence of this amazing hotel lightingwill revolutionize any part of your interior hotel decoration. The best luxury hotels usually put this big pieces in areas like lobbies and restaurants.
Top 10 Resort Hotels in Thailand– Thailand is popular because of its vibrant culture, delicious food and stunning islands, a perfect paradise for people that like nature and adventure. Discovering this country is an amazing experience and today I will share with you the top resorts hotels in Thailand.
This beautiful hotel is well known for receiving celebrities, fashionistas and designers, the concept of the interior design, the healthy all day dinner, the wonderful Thai Restaurant Nahm and the wine-dark depths of the Met bar are the main reasons of all the attraction.
This luxury resort is unique because of the modern interior design with high bamboo-clad walls with an incredible river view. All guests can relax in the amazing spa, swimming-pool and enjoy a fine dining restaurant.
This amazing resort is located between Phang Nga Ba and Phuket Island and has all the right to be included in the top 10 resort hotels in Thailand just because of its beauty and activities offered from kayak through the limestone caves or dive the Similan Islands to golf courses and trekking. It was also a choice of vacations from the famous Kardashians family.
This luxury boutique hotel is popular because of the full Moon parties at the beach with the perfect view of the Gulf of Thailand. The modern hotel room interior design is a must featuring king size beds and a direct door to the beach. Guests can participate in activities like yoga and spa sessions.
The stunning resort has one of the best resort hotel design with a beautiful view over Phang Nga Bay´s Island. The décor resembles a tree house built in local reak, topped with a palm-leaf roof, a perfect place for relax.
With a modern architecture this hotel is great for people that are looking for party, having two dazzling beach clubs, and to complement the long nights dancing, guests can recover in the stunning spa.
Mar Adentro – New Luxury Resort and Residences to Open in Cabo – Mar Adentro by Encanto is an incredible luxury resort and residences property opening in San Jose del Cabo this December that presents guests with an exceptional backdrop centered on design, art and architecture.
It is minutes from downtown, but far enough where guests can enjoy a relaxing getaway in a serene atmosphere. The one-of-a-kind architectural property is the second hotel by renowned Mexican architect, Miguel Angel Aragones.
Mar Adentro includes 205 well-appointed guest rooms, suites and villas, a unique spa collaboration and luxury shopping plaza. Guests may enjoy custom services such as a color scene menu for lighting, aromatherapy menu, personalized pillow menu, private butler packing and unpacking, and a private chef upon request.
Each accommodation option includes elements and services designed for maximum comfort and privacy: tailor-furnishings by Poliform, a private swimming pool, an interactive and digital service panel, and individual coffee and tea room service, among other amenities.
An additional amenity unique to Mar Adentro is an exclusive “musician in residence” program pulled from the owners’ one-of-a-kind partnership with Los Angeles hot spot Hotel Café – bringing live, acoustic performances to the hotel for guests to enjoy during their stay.
This one-of-a-kind architectural complex is located in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, an enclave formed by desert and sea: behind, arid land, accompanied by the sobriety of cacti and mountains; ahead, the union between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, an infinite blend of blues, and all under the Mexican sun.
It seems like just yesterday we were playing Guess the Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, but fast-forward five years and we’re back—and we’re talking yet another renovation. The ship-shaped hotel formerly known as The Yankee Clipper has been doing its things in Fort Lauderdale for years and years, and after a stint as a Sheraton it has been turned over and turned into the B Ocean Resort.
Upgrades and improvements are scheduled to wrap up early next year, so all those spring breakers will be able to check things out during their ins and outs of sobriety. The Sun Sentinel has all the details, but it sounds like new colors and fun furnishings are just part of the plans.
Bathrooms will be getting an upgrade as well, as all finishes will get a remake in a palette of blues and grays to go along with the overall feeling of being right next to the Atlantic. New artwork will be featured in the rooms as well, and it looks like they’re going with a sea turtle motif—um, ok!
Other goodies include a nip and tuck for the pool and its surroundings, there will be a new to-go section added to the on-site restaurant, and the Wreck Bar will undergo a refresh as well. The hotel is only one of a few right on the beach in Fort Lauderdale, and they will be sure to show that off with a renovated lobby featuring big, expansive windows and a grand staircase. You’ll know you’re at the beach as soon as you check-in.
“My work is based on life.” This is the way Matali Crasset defines what she does. This may be the reason why the 2013’s hospitality project Dar Hi Nefta is so connected to the nature and the local life.
Dar HI, a new concept of eco-retreat, is the magical result of a collaboration between the ever so talented French designer Matali Crasset, Patrick Elouarghi and Philippe Chapelet. “This project follows the terrain’s movement and shapes”, she says. The incredible citadel that supports an hotel and a spa, emerges from the sand as a mirage.
What the designer wanted to do, was precisely what she did: she achieved complete harmony between the natural envolvence and the local life. This explains why all the furniture was precisely manufactured in Tunisia (most of them by a local Nefta’s craftmen). The interiors are happy, peaceful and filled with vibrant colors. Regal purples and hopeful greens, ochre and sand are the exotic colors leading the eye through the space.
Matali Crasset designed 3 different areas: the pill houses, the troglodytes and the dunes. “I have conceived an architecture that is toward the indoor when outside and the outdoor when you’re inside” explains Matali. The pill houses in particular (since they are Matali’s favourite part of the project) are elevated from the ground, offering different panoramas: the rove, the village of Nefta or the Chott-El-Jerid, a magic endorheic salt lake.
The Pill Houses
These elevated houses are located according to the sun exposure and seem to be planted into the sand. “Both are very different”, says Matali referring to the Pill houses. The designer believes that one of the houses is more intimate, once it’s high above the ground.
In order to contrast with this intimacy, there’s a small village square down bellow where everyone has a space protected from the sun. The square, the bar, the water point and the small fountains are places to socialize and interact.
When asked what she loves the most about this project, Matali answers “the view”. And she adds: “There is something about Nefta that no picture can represent, perhaps what we call genius loci”.
The French designer confesses that apart from designing objects, they are “neither the center, nor the end (purpose) of the process of creation”: they are just a possible updating among other things (like architecture, scenography, exhibitions) in a certain moment, of a vaster thought system.
This St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen asked Rottet Studio to conceptualize a quintessential mountain manor similar to what John Jacob Astor, the visionary behind the St. Regis brand, would have designed during the Gilded Age for the seasoned traveler.
The Resort is the contemporary version of a Gilded Age mountainside manor which provides an uncompromising base for arbiters of fine food and wine, connoisseurs of culture and adventure seekers. The $40 million interior and exterior renovation represents the new standard of luxury design in Aspen and holds true to the style and elegance of the St. Regis brand.
The design is a unique blend of historic luxury and tradition with the unpredictable addition of contemporary art and attitude, underscored by clever furnishings and accessories. The deliberate design and structural updates speak to the sensibilities of Aspen residents and guests.
Aspen is a very unique place in the world – a physical and cultural paradise that is inspiring in itself. The hotel emulates what is unique about the region and making the building feel more a part of its natural surrounding was core to the design team’s perspective. The team focused on enhancing the feeling of the indoor/outdoor connection, bringing natural light into the space and creating a design that encouraged guests to engage with the environment.
In fact, the design was directly inspired from the colors and seasons of Aspen – looking out in the summer onto brilliant green grasses, blue skies and this unusual color of light violet gray that permeates like nowhere else in the world. Even the furniture in the lounge is arranged in such a way to encourage guests to take refuge by the fireplace and large windows and immerse themselves in the natural beauty of their surroundings.
The floor plan was completely restructured to allow panoramic views of the mountain from anywhere in the hotel and to improve operations and guest accommodations. Through the dark metal frame glass doors, the entry vestibule invites guests into a large, open reception area with views of the mountain the moment you step inside. The chandeliers that hang in the reception area are a reminder of the class, sophistication and history of the address and provide a welcoming glow upon arrival.
Emulating a guest suite in a historic late 19th century mountain manor, a subtle mix of winter grays and summer warm tones blend the room with striking outside views and natural textures to create a rustic, yet sophisticated environment. The antiqued oak flooring features a warm, dark stain overlaid with a delicate white wash; an accent rug adds additional warmth.
Rooms are outfitted with custom furnishings including a leather bed and desk designed by Ralph Lauren. Exquisite marble bathrooms offer double vanities, bathrobes and Remède bath amenities. More privileged of guests have the option of the Loft Suite which boasts dual fireplaces, two bedrooms and two baths or the Presidential suite which offers the pinnacle of luxury and contemporary opulence at its finest: soaring ceilings, designer furnishings, epic mountain views, the latest in technology and a sumptuous king size St. Regis bed.
Complimenting it all is a 60” flat screen television and baby grand piano. And should you require anything further, your own exclusive St. Regis butler is available 24 hours a day, poised to fulfill each and every request.
Read more about Lauren Rottet’s designs on Best Interior Designers Blog
It’s summer time and if you are planning on going to Miami this season you definitely must choose the Fontainebleau Hotel to enjoy one of the best hotel experiences in the world. Hotel Interior Design advises you to celebrate the rise of summer with friends and to experience what this unique hotel has to offer.
It was by one this hotel’s spectacular set of pools that James Bond and Golfinger sat for a heated game of gin rummy. And the hotel is just as glamorous as it was then. The interiors have Jeffrey Beers’s signature. The New York based interior designer revitalized this historic hotel, the Miami retreat for Hollywood’s elite during the mid-20th century, honoring the original 1954 design of famed architect Morris Lapidus while updating it for the sophisticated guest of today.
Every step you take through the hotel lobby makes you feel true luxury allied to the unique Miami vibe. The hotel facilities offer a wide range of services and experiences.
During the day, you can relax by one the 9 pools available and choose your own cabana or sun loungers, or just go to the private beach and immerse yourself in those warm clear waters. Then go to the phenomenal spa and prepare your body and soul for the night ahead. You may even have a personal shopper to work the look for later.
The night comes and it’s time for some signature dining experience. You can choose one of these luxury restaurants: Hakkasan, one of the top 50 best restaurants in the world, Michael Mina 74, Scarpetta, Stripsteak by Michael Mina.
We chose the Hakkasan, where we tasted crispy almond prawn crowned by an exotic fruit consommé. Chef Jian Heng Loo is definitely in our world’s top chefs list. After this fine dining experience, enjoy yourself in one of the hottest nighclubs in town: the Liv.
Designed by Francois Frossard, who also designed other top nighclubs in Miami such as the Mokai, Liv has a voyeuristic design. You can see the entire venue from everywhere you are standing while enjoying the lavish decor throughout the space and partying as if there was no tomorrow! Celebrities may be having a drink next to you.
Come to the hotel and enjoy it as much as we did! What a great day spent in a very good company.
Looking for the largest, weirdest and most elegant hotel pools in Las Vegas? Even when summer is at its hottest (note: the mercury regularly rises above 110 degrees), visitors know they’ll find a great spot to cool off in. Not only do the hotel swimming pools in this city have things like lazy rivers and wave machines, but they also have towering Greek statues and shark aquariums. Here’s a list of our favorite hotel pools to take a plunge when you want to beat the heat.
There’s nothing quite like this 11-acre, South Seas-themed aquatic playground. In addition to three large pools, a lazy river with a current that runs at 3 mph and 2,700 tons of white sand, it has a three-story, glass-enclosed building with a casino and a “toptional” pool club called Moorea Beach Club.
A 1.6-million-gallon wave pool surrounds the elevated Beach Stage. You can enjoy concerts here on hot summer nights while wading in its surf.
This outdoor oasis boasts eight different pools (each one is named after a Greek god) – including Venus Pool Club, where European-style sunbathing is allowed. Scattered among the landscape are beautiful fountains and waterfalls as well as blue-cushioned lounge chairs and daybeds. Plus, there’s a snack bar called Snackus Maximus, swim-up blackjack tables and lavish bottle service provide by “goddesses.”
This $30 million outdoor complex has a lovely curved pool with two cascading waterfalls as well as a hot tub, the H2O Bar and several blackjack tables on its main floor. A child-free zone (guests must be at least 16 years old to enter) called The Hideout is located on the second floor with its own two-story infinity pool.
There’s a 200,000-gallon aquarium filled with several different species of sharks and other colorful creatures from the ocean – and a three-story water slide takes you right through the center of it!
There’s nothing quite like this family-friendly pool area situated at the center of one of the Strip’s few remaining historic hotels. The setting is lush because it’s adjacent to the Wildlife Habitat, where a collection of feathered friends (like swans, ducks and, of course, flamingos) as well as koi and turtles make their home. The main pool is shaped like a big lagoon, while a maze of water slides winds through rocky caves into smaller terraced pools. There is also a special pool for adults – the GO Pool, which has more of a nightclub-like vibe. Snacks are available from the nearby Beach Club Café.
A large swim-in grotto beneath three gushing waterfalls makes for a fun escape from the sun on scorching days.
One giant octagon-shaped pool provides lots of room for swimmers on the resort’s two-acre rooftop deck. Located on the third floor, you’ll delight in views of replicated Paris landmarks as well as of the Fountains of Bellagio and several hotel frontages along the Strip. A secluded area bordered by rose bushes enfolds two big hot tubs.
Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you have to give up luxury vacations. Families want luxury getaways too! Kid-friendly luxury resorts and hotels can be difficult to find but we’ve come up with the ultimate list of the world’s best family-friendly resorts and hotels. The properties are a favorite of families and kids of all ages by offering on-site kids clubs, babysitting, special kids’ amenities, family-friendly suites, kid’s menus, family activities and other kid-friendly amenities.
Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach epitomizes the sophistication of a Mediterranean villa combined with the beautiful oceanfront location on Florida’s Riviera. Located on 4.5 beachfront acres with 400 feet of Florida’s stunning Atlantic Ocean coastline, this Miami Beach luxury resort features 188 residences, 98 impeccable hotel rooms and suites and world-class luxury hotel amenities, including three oceanfront restaurants, three oceanfront swimming pools and an innovative marine biology-based children’s program.
The luxurious 20,000 s.f. ESPA oceanfront spa features 16 treatment rooms including a private hotel spa suite for two, a private spa pool and heated jet pool with a Roman waterfall, Finnish Saunas, Crystal Steam Rooms, Ice Fountains, Experience Showers, and Relaxation Rooms.
The resort is a recipient of the coveted 2013 Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award, 2014 AAA Five Diamond Award for five consecutive years and 2012 Andrew Harper’s Reader’s Choice Award for Top 20 Beach and Family Resorts. Acqualina is just five minutes from the world famous Bal Harbour Shops and a short drive to the vibrant daytime activities and nightlife of Miami Beach, South Beach, Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale.
The Gourmet Inclusive® concept fosters togetherness at this NEWLY RENOVATED boutique family hotel. Azul Beach Hotel is a family-friendly, boutique-style property located on a gorgeous beach 20 minutes from Cancun International Airport. All of the newly renovated 90 rooms are just steps from the beach, pools, restaurants and bars.
Featuring the Gourmet Inclusive® concept, epicurean offerings include candlelight dining on the beach, a fresh fish fry and butler service to the canopied beach beds. There’s an all-lobster menu, 24-hour room service and over 30 tequilas in the tequila lounge.
Azul Beach especially caters to families with young children with loaner baby equipment, kid’s club and parent support. The exclusive Family & Friends Vacation Planner coordinates family reunions. Romantic couples love Beachfront Sky Massages and Suite Scenes.
Opened in June 2012 in a tranquil plaza behind Cuzco’s main square, Belmond Palacio Nazarenas is a former palace and convent that emerged from years of restoration to become one of the city’s most exclusive hotels.
This intimate urban retreat has just 55 suites, each enriched with oxygen and with its own private bar where guests (or their private butler) can create drinks accented with fresh ingredients grown at and around the hotel.
Belmond Palacio Nazarenas also has a fabulous spa, the city’s first outdoor pool and stylish restaurants serving cutting-edge local cuisine.
Ciragan Palace Kempinski Istanbul, once the residence of the last Ottoman Sultans, has been restored to its former glory and is the only luxury hotel on the European shores of the Bosphorus. It offers the perfect combination of Turkey’s great tradition of hospitality with five-star standards. Combining the architectural grandeur of the palace with the modern comfort of a deluxe hotel, the Ciragan Palace Kempinski Istanbul offers a resort ambience in the center of the city with 315 rooms. Within close walking distance of the Hotel is the harbourside district of Ortakoy, a fascinating area full of seafood restaurants, specialty antique, ceramic and jewellery shops. On the weekends there’s a colourful street market with a fine selection of Turkish handcrafts in a delightful setting beside the famed Ortakoy Mosque. Close to this area are some of Istanbul’s most famous open-air restaurants and nightclubs.
The palm-studded island of Boracay – with its white, talcum-fine beach, balmy weather, and warm, crystalline waters – is like a hypnotic magnet. In this tiny, butterfly-shaped island at the northwestern tip of Panay in Western Visayas, days can be spent simply lazing on the beach while nights are for indulging in the tropical party lifestyle. The best part of the island is the four-kilometer White Beach hailed as the “finest beach in the world.” The surrounding water is shallow and the sand is finer and brighter than most beaches in the archipelago. White Beach is so, so fine, it feels like treading on miles of baby powder!
These days, one of the greatest luxuries in life is a “staycation” – to simply have the time for yourself to relax, read that book, catch-up on your stack of magazines, sit and chat about everything and nothing, take a dip in the pool and let the hours pass, and to really stop and smell the roses, or the ocean breeze, or perhaps admire a sunrise or a sunset with your beloved!
Eighty eight luxurious and spacious accommodation that include Junior Suites, One Bedroom Suites, One Bedroom Suite Premiere, Two Bedroom Suites and Two Bedroom Suite Premiere, with an area of 40 square meter to 120 square meter. The balcony /terrace has an area of six to 12 square meter. Some rooms have a Jacuzzi; all rooms are generous in size and most have a view of the beach or of the waterfalls and swimming pool; rooms on the hill (upper cluster) have enviable views of the beach and the property.
Each room is carefully designed and thought of to suit the needs of every guest. Interiors are well thought of, architectural details define modernism – minimal yet with touches of Asian warmth. All suites are lavishly furnished includes plush bedding, 300-count sheets/linens, five fixture bathrooms, cable televisions with DVD players, iPod docks, multiline telephones.
The Algarve may be on the Atlantic, but it feels distinctly Mediterranean. Over-developed resorts enclose pretty, historical hearts, and whitewashed houses are topped with Moorish roofs. The landscape shifts from scrubby flatlands to hills swathed in almond trees, while visitors range from golfers to bar-hopping teens. Choose between the best luxury resort hotels Algarve and and enjoy your dream vacation!
The Hotel Quinta do Lago, is situated in the Resort of Quinta do Lago in the Algarve, next to the Formosa Estuary (Ria Formosa) and the sea, in the very heart of the Ria Formosa Nature Park. A member of the “Leading Hotels of the World” since 1988, the Hotel Quinta do Lago is considered one of the most prestigious five-star luxury hotels.
The hotel’s privileged location with pedestrian access to the beach, various golf courses right on the doorstep, the magnificent view over the estuary and the sea, the relaxing walks along nature trails where it can be observed many different types of birds and the splendid 37,500 square meters of lush gardens, offer a unique experience in an atmosphere characterized by the tranquility and natural beauty of the landscape. The panoramic view can be enjoyed in all its splendor from the rooms, suites, bar, restaurant, terraces and swimming pool.
The hotel’s terrace also includes a heated outdoor pool and in the Spa you will find many modern, rejuvenating spa treatments, to complement a fantastic stay. Since 2005, Hotel Quinta do Lago has received forty seven nominations and won nine prestigious World Travel Awards, including Portugal’s Leading Resort, Portugal’s Leading Golf Resort, Portugal’s Leading Spa Resort, in 2012 won its first international award, Mediterranean’s Leading Hotel and most recently won the Europe’s Leading Golf Resort, recognizing the hotel’s never-ending pursuit of providing unforgettable services and experiences that delight the demanding guests it receives.
A stay at Hotel Martinhal is an invitation to discover Portugal’s unspoiled western Algarve. Carefully positioned within the grounds of Martinhal Beach Resort & Hotel, this luxury beachfront hotel – the first five-star property in the Sagres region – sits comfortably between the land and the sea, with a protected natural park as its neighbour. The architecture combines a natural simplicity with contemporary style to create a building that appears organic, as if born to Nature. The 38 rooms, including two duplex Beach Suites, all have private balconies or terraces that afford impressive ocean views. The hotel’s O Terraço restaurant serves a full buffet breakfast and offers a tempting dinner menu based on Portuguese and seasonal produce, prepared with a modern flourish.
Perched high atop a cliff above the azure Atlantic Ocean, the Pine Cliffs Residence overlooks a scenic golf course and manicured gardens infused with rich fragrances, while being conveniently located a short walk away from a pristine beach.
Ideally suited for family stays, the Pine Cliffs Residence provides an array of activities for all ages, including world-class golf, five tennis courts and swimming pools, spa treatments, kids’ club, and private access to the beach through the Sheraton Algarve Hotel.
At home away from home, guests enjoy the privacy of 154 two or three-bedroom apartments, abundantly equipped with all modern day appliances and comfort, including balconies with outdoor furniture, with the refinement of a personalized retreat.
Conrad Algarve combines exquisite style and contemporary luxury with all the conveniences of a sophisticated modern retreat. Discover unique opportunities and discover yourself at one of the world’s most alluring destinations. Conrad Algarve offers a variety of stunning, contemporary guest rooms and luxurious, private residences. Relax in a Deluxe guest room or elegant Suite offering seclusion, luxury and the latest modern conveniences.
The Conrad Algarve offers a spectacular range of services and amenities, specifically designed to provide guests with remarkable and truly unforgettable experiences. Discover an inner oasis of spa sensations at the Conrad Algarve hotel’s luxurious spa offering over 19,375 sq. ft. of opulent surroundings and an array of holistic therapies and luxury treatments.
Hotel Vila Vita Parc celebrates the best of Portugal, immersing you in an ultra-luxurious and lush seaside oasis with every imaginable service, amenity, activity and pleasure. Portugal’s finest Five Star resort is the ultimate escape – to a pampered world of personalized and diverse experiences, flavored with Portuguese culture and hospitality.
Anyone who strolls through the Hotel Vila Vita Parc during the day as if it was The Garden of Eden should also sleep in a heavenly way at night. You should have very special demands on your accommodations. For example, the Main Building: It harmoniously flows with the shapes of the grounds. Generously dimensioned balconies or terraces reveal a grand view of the park and the ocean from almost every one of the 61 rooms and 12 suites.
Standing proudly on a spectacular cliff-top setting and surrounded by pine trees, the Sheraton Algarve Hotel overlooks miles of unspoiled beaches edging the clear, blue sea. The serene architecture, influenced by Portugal’s Arab heritage, results in a delightful combination of airy interiors, delightful open patios and gardens, and intimate spaces. Enticing guest rooms, a wealth of recreational facilities and a range of excellent dining venues make the Sheraton Algarve an unforgettable luxury resort experience.
The very first Hotel Casino in Portugal, the Hotel Algarve Casino is a jewel of the Western Algarve. Whether guests prefer to sample the many leisure activities, do business, play golf or simply relax and soak up the sun, the Hotel Algarve Casino is the ideal base from which to start.
Hotel facilities and local entertainment are plentiful, where there’s sure to be something for all ages to enjoy. Attractions range from bars, discos and restaurants to aqua parks, piers and of course, the Hotel Casino.
Experience a taste of Las Vegas in a Mediterranean atmosphere with the Hotel Algarve Casino, including show extravaganzas with nightly performances. Afterwards, retire in the comfort and luxury of the hotel’s lavish accommodation, guaranteed to provide a peaceful nights sleep.