Award-winning Penina Hotel is a brilliant choice for anyone who is looking for a luxury golf holiday in the Algarve. Situated within touching distance of 3 golf courses, and within easy access of many more of the region’s finest course, this is the perfect base for your next golf holiday abroad.
Many regard the Penina as the spiritual home of golf in the Algarve, as it plays host to the …
Sir Henry Cotton Championship Course, which was the first 18 hole course to be opened in the region. It offers exciting golf for tourists and professionals alike, having already hosted the Portuguese Open ten times. The Resort course and the Academy course are both great for a relaxing game of golf or games which are designed with skills building in mind. Practice facilities, including driving range, are also available for those who wish to work on individual aspects of their game.
There is no shortage of restaurants, cafes and bars at the Penina Hotel and Golf Resort, including buffet options and a la carte options. The Le Grill restaurant offers an enticing mixture of Portuguese foods and gourmet international cuisines. The chefs at the L’arlecchino produce delicious Italian fayre from an ever-changing seasonal menu. Food and drinks are also available at the beach bar and from the golf clubhouse.
Away from the course, guests can relax by the largest outdoor pool in the Algarve or use one of the floodlit outdoor tennis courses. There is also a FIFA regulation sized football pitch and a3km jogging track with 12 training stations. A sauna and a long list of massage treatments are also available for those who want to ease their aching muscles or those who want to leave feeling completely refreshed.
A range of different room types are available to suite a range of different budgets, although each style reflects traditional Portuguese design values and contemporary luxury. All room types include a flat screen TV, in-room safe, air-conditioning, a writing desk and tea and coffee making facilities. Many of the available rooms offer views out over the Sir Henry Cotton Championship Course.