Caldas Da Rainha hotels

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  • This hotel is situated in the centre of Caldas da Rainha, and is a 3-minute walk from the church Igreja de São Pedro and 450 metres from public transportation links. It offers free Wi-Fi in public...

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    Caldas da Rainha Óbidos

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    Hotel Cristal Caldas

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  • Hotel Louro is a family unit where all the customers that visit us either on business or on holiday, can enjoy that same environment. We have at your disposal 22 rooms and 1 suite, equipped with...

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    Óbidos

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    Hotel Louro

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  • Situated in between Óbidos Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean, and 1.1 km from the beach, this contemporary-style hotel occupies a privileged position in Foz do Arelho, 8 km from Caldas da Rainha....

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    Caldas da Rainha

    From €38.00

    Agua d'Alma Hotel

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  • Located within the historic walls of Óbidos, this property is set in an authentic Portuguese house. The 20 air-conditioned rooms are themed around the history of Óbidos with phrases on the wall...

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    Óbidos

    From €37.20

    Rainha Santa Isabel - Óbidos History Hotel

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  • Europeia Hotel is the ideal place for when you visit the western Portuguese region whether it's leisure, business or to do some hydrotherapy . Located in the heart of the Caldas da Rainha Town, in...

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    Caldas da Rainha Óbidos

    From €33.00

    Europeia Hotel

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  • Situated in the centre of Caldas da Rainha, this 3-star hotel offers air-conditioned rooms and a restaurant serving regional dishes. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, room service and...

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    Caldas da Rainha Óbidos

    From €27.00

    Hotel Dona Leonor

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The origins of the spa town of Caldas da Rainha lie in a journey made by the 15th century Queen Leonor to her father-in-law’s funeral in neighbouring Batalha. Upon coming across peasants apparently bathing in...