Hotel opening sees Onyria Palmares' popularity soar

Onyria Palmares Beach House Hotel

Onyria Palmares Beach House Hotel, located across from its multi-award winning golf resort, has seen visitors from more than 50 countries check-in to the five-star hotel in its 12 months since opening.

Onyria Palmares Beach & Golf Resort, in Lagos, is ranked in Portugal’s top three courses but could now be set to move into the top 100 in the world with the opening of the already popular hotel.

The Beach House Hotel appears to be as attractive as the golf course, receiving a maximum rating of five on TripAdvisor and Antonio Pinto Coelho, the resort’s operations director, has been thrilled with the hotel’s first year in business.

He said: “Initially, I think people were swayed to come here because the golf course has won so many awards and that helped with the launch because golfers were already keen to visit.

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Onyria Palmares

“But, as the first year wore on, the hotel gained a reputation of its own and the number of non-golfers checking-in increased as we went along.

“Now we are receiving plaudits for both the hotel and the golf course – often simultaneously – which is hugely satisfying."

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Palmares has long been receiving awards for its excellence in terms of travel and golf, the golf course was recently awarded its sixth successive Publituris Travel Award for the Best Golf Course in Portugal.

The Onyria Palmares Beach House Hotel has 18 rooms and two suites and is within walking distance of the tees and practice areas of the award-winning golf course.

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