Palácio da Lousã
For those who want to explore Portugal, we propose a journey of discovery.
In the heart of the town’s historic center is the Lousã Palace, which represents the stylistic and architectural evolution between the 18th and 19th centuries.
The hotel has 46 rooms distributed by the Palace and the new wing, with a classic and contemporary style, respectively.
16 Standard rooms
6 Superior bedrooms
20 Standard rooms
At A Viscondessa restaurant, where the Duke of Wellington and General Ney were during the French invasions, we invite you to feel a historical atmosphere and to taste the typical flavors of our region.
In a refined setting, with ornate ceilings and woodwork, this is a true time travel.
OTHER AREAS AND SERVICES
Outdoor Swimming Pool
5 Meeting Rooms
Weddings and organizing events
Meetings and Events
At Palácio da Lousã, your event is a special event.
Located in central Portugal, 26 km from Coimbra, Palácio da Lousã is an unpredictable yet unique place, ideal for business meetings, congresses, workshops, professional meetings or social events.
Whatever your choice is we are ready to make it real. The concern with the detail, the customer attention and the total dedication of our team guarantee the success of your event.
Palácio da Lousã has five rooms – all with natural light, with varying maximum occupations (up to a maximum of 300 people) – that can be used to host your event, as well as an interior courtyard and two terraces.
In addition, we offer equipment and services that will meet all your needs, as well as the ability to customize your event and design custom menus.
SERRA DA LOUSÃ
For nature lovers, Serra da Lousã is an unmissable destination. Here you can observe deer and wild boars in their natural habitat, walk through natural landscapes where you will find rivers and waterfalls.
With this setting, the mountain becomes the ideal place for the practice of adventure sports, where nature will always be challenging you to excel.
You can also visit the Aldeias do Xisto, Lousã Castle or the wells of the former Real Neveiro, where the ice that was later sent to the Portuguese Court, in Lisbon, was stored.