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The Incredible Furnas Boutique Hotel in the Azores

People often forget the Azores when booking a holiday but in recent years the archipelago is finally getting the recognition it deserves. The incredible islands have an unbelievable amount to offer and are one of Europe’s most breathtaking natural havens. The Furnas Boutique Hotel is a luxury hotel which offers visitors a stunning experience to connect with nature and to truly relax.

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Located on the São Miguel Island, in the valley of the Furnas, which is the area with the most concentrated thermal waters in Europe, the Furnas Boutique Hotel is truly a remarkable luxury experience bathed in the peace and tranquillity of nature.

Furnas Boutique Hotel Azores

The interior design is reflective of the relaxation you will experience during your stay. The beautiful combination of modern and traditional influences creates a stunning balance and helps visitors to find their zen whilst connecting to nature. The use of an earthy and down-to-earth palette of greys and browns as well as the stone elements truly integrates the Furnas Boutique Hotel into its surroundings.

The Hotel offers a wide range of experiences for each type of traveller. From the adventure and sports enthusiasts to nature lovers, there is something to do for everyone.

The Furnas Boutique Hotel also has its stunning À Terra restaurant. The natural fruits of nature and the rustic lifestyle inspire the incredible food here. With a menu boasting plates that will bring you the most delicious aromas, textures and tastes.

The Thermal Spa at this luxury boutique hotel must not be overlooked. This is the perfect place to unwind and appreciate the true tranquillity of the island. The Furnas Boutique Hotel boasts both an outdoor and indoor thermal experience pools.

Of course they also have a sauna and Turkish bath as well as a luxuriously wide range of spa treatments from exfoliations, massages, hidromassages and even reflexology. This spa leaves nothing to be desired and you will leave completely relaxed.

When booking your next holiday to Europe do not forget to take a look at what the Azores has to offer and in particular the Furnas Boutique Hotel, the perfect place to take everything in and unwind.


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This article offer guests the chance to get insider tips on unseen locations, venture into
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1. Tribe Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya, by Shamim Ehsani

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Tribe Hotel by Shamim Ehsani

2. The Thief, Oslo, Norway, by Petter A. Stordalen

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The Thief by Petter A. Stordalen

3. Wiesergut, Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Austria, by Sepp & Martina Kröll

Just an hour away from Salzburg, Sepp and Martina Kröll have transformed a 14th-century family estate into a modern retreat that exudes organic warmth and comfort.

Wiesengut by Sepp & Martina Kröll

4. Factory Hotel, Münster, Germany, by David Deilmann

Hip nightclub meets landmark-protected building, industrial aesthetics meet cozy comfort, urban dynamism meets serene retreat: with his Factory Hotel, architect David Deilmann has brought together seemingly contradictory elements and transformed them into a unified whole.

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5. Hotel Kitzhof Mountain Design Resort, Kitzbühel, Austria, by Uschi Schelle-Müller

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 Hotel Kitzhof Mountain Design Resort by Uschi Schelle-Müller

6. 25hours Hotel Zürich West, Zürich, Switzerland, by Hotel Company

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25hours Hotel Zürich West by Hotel Company

7. Domaine des Andéols, Provence, France, by Olivier and Patrizia Massart

With their fully renovated and perfectly curated Domaine des Andéols, Olivier and Patrizia Massart have rekindled the artistic soul of this one-of-a-kind country estate.

Domaine des Andéols by Olivier and Patrizia Massart

8. South Place Hotel, London, UK, by Des Gunewardena & David Loewi

Des Gunewardena and David Loewi made their name crafting London’s dining renaissance. Now with South Place, their first hotel, they are forging a new revival and following a lifelong calling.

South Place Hotel by Des Gunewardena & David Loewi

9. Conservatorium Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands by Georgi Akirov

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 Grand Hotel Central by Pau Guardans

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 Wanderlust by Loh Lik Peng

12. Ca’ Pisani Hotel, Venice, Italy, by Marianna Serandrei

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 Ca' Pisani Hotel by Marianna Serandrei

13. C-Hotel & Spa, Lake Como, Italy, by Andrea Colzani

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