Lawrence’s Hotel is the oldest hotel on the Iberian Peninsula, having welcomed such illustrious guests as Lord Byron and the great Portuguese writer, Eça de Queiroz. Each of the 16 rooms and suites are unique. There are no numbers on the doors, but names imbued in history. A sojourn or
meal at Lawrence’s is like stepping back into the Romantic era, with all the luxury and comfort of the present.
Situated only a few steps from bustle of the Sintra village centre, yet nestled against a valley filled with towering trees and murmuring brooks, Lawrence’s Hotel is perfectly situated for special events.
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The Restaurant has a total capacity for 88 people (including the inner terrace; depending on the configuration, total capacity can be ajusted), international cuisine, inspired by portuguese gastronomy. The Sala dos Cavaleiros, with direct access to the Forest Terrace, can be used for cocktails, welcome drinks, and others.