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The 2024 Tourism Leaders Awards have named the ‘best hotel resort’ in Portugal.

It’s a hotbed of golf, with over 450,000 golfers travelling to the Algarve, alone, each year.

However, Onyria Quinta da Marinha – which is located in Cascais, 30km west of Lisbon – scooped the top honour at Carcavelos’ Nova School of Business and Economics.

The popular resort boasts two stunning hotels and a selection of picturesque villas, leaving guests with an array of luxury options.

The hotel, which opened in 1999, was joined last year by the new Onyria Marinha Boutique Hotel just half a mile from the ocean.

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As well as a strong lineup of dining offers, the resort features a handful of amenities and facilities, namely the championship golf course designed by legendary architect, Robert Trent Jones.

It opened in 1984 and the par 71 layout has has played host to several professional tournaments including the 2002 PGA Seniors Tour Championship.

Indoor and outdoor swimming pools allow guests to unwind after a day at the resort, whilst the immersive Natur Spa offers many treatments.

Just a short drive from Lisbon Airport, Onyria Quinta da Marinha is one of the showcase offerings in the stunning seaside municipality of Cascais.

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João Pinto Coelho, sales director at Onyria Quinta da Marinha, said: “In a category with so many exceptional candidates, it is an honour to be named ‘Best Hotel Resort’ at this year’s Tourism Leaders Awards.

“This was made possible by the hard work our entire team has put in to make Onyria Quinta da Marinha the best it can possibly be, particularly since the opening of the Onyria Marinha Boutique Hotel last year.

“We would like to thank TNews for this honour and are committed, as always, to continuing to improve.”

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