Scale of 90-100
Set within a 42-acre complex, this resort with 23 guest accommodations as well as privately owned villas features a distinctive architecture that references local traditions and magnificent grounds with mature umbrella pines and cork oaks. While rooms are chic and understated, some can be compact with cramped baths or have open terraces that lack privacy. Consider booking one of the two-bedroom villas, which come with private pools, indoor-outdoor fireplaces and full kitchens. The resort’s main restaurant, Sem Porta, serves delicious, regionally sourced and locally inspired dishes in an inviting glass-walled dining room. Other amenities include the casual Tasca da Comporta, open from June to September, offering traditional Portuguese tapas, a swimming pool with a sunken fire pit, a tennis court and a spa. The surrounding beaches here are the highlight, but the hotel can also arrange horseback riding, wine tasting, golf and boating excursions.
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Distinctive architecture that references local traditions; grounds covered in mature umbrella pines and cork oaks; outstanding cuisine featuring organic produce grown on-site.
Rooms where style takes precedence over functionality; maladroit if well-meaning service; construction as resort expands.
Good to Know
The closest beach is about 15 minutes’ drive from the resort; a car is an absolute necessity.
Sublime Comporta Features:
- Fitness center
- Horseback riding
- Private pool
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Friends Room, $310; Editor’s Choice: Owner’s Suite, $500 (minimum stay may apply).
Learn more about Sublime Comporta:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.