Torre de Palma Wine Hotel

Torre de Palma Wine Hotel Monforte

    A member of Design Hotels. Step back in time to where life rolls along at a languid pace, the fields are ripe with olives and vines, the landscape is dotted with whitewashed houses, and the pool reflects the vivid indigo of the sky.

    At Torre de Palma Wine Hotel in Portugal’s Alentejo region, first-time hoteliers Ana and Paulo Barradas Rebelo pay homage to the adage “to live like Romans”. The former pharmacists have all the ingredients that make for good living: elegant interiors in perfect harmony with nature, wine tastings from the hotel’s own 14th-century vineyard, an indulgent spa, a restaurant that will take you on a journey through Alentejo’s best delicacies, and an inspired renovation by the celebrated architect João Mendes Ribeiro.

    Ride a Lusitano horse, watch a movie, swim indoors or outdoors, or run through the property’s orchard . . . whatever you do, this is glorious isolation at its best and you couldn’t be in better hands.






    • 19 rooms
    • 1 floor



    • Business Centre
    • Concierge Services
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • In-Room Safe
    • Spa
    • Indoor Swimming Pool
    • Free WiFi
    • Airport Shuttle
    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Bar
    • Bicycle Rentals
    • Billiards and Pool Tables


    At the Basilii, you can savour the Alentejo flavours with an extra touch of sophistication. The restaurant’s name pays homage to the prominent family that used to live in the estate’s Roman villa, whose ruins are just a few metres away from the hotel, but also evokes basil, the aromatic herb.

    The Basilii will take you on a journey through the best Alentejo delicacies. Whether you are staying at the Torre de Palma Wine Hotel or just want to taste Alentejo dishes prepared by our Chef, Filipe Ramalho, the Basilii awaits you.



    Torre de Palma Wine Hotel, Herdade de Torre de Palma, Monforte, Portugal, 7450-250

    Set atop a solid hill with beautiful views over the Alentejo landscape, Monforte village is a compelling mix of Roman ruins, medieval towers, Baroque palaces, and even a chapel covered in bones and skulls. Adventure and the unexpected are never far in Monforte.