Sheraton Algarve Hotel at Pine Cliffs, Albufeira

Imagine the ultimate luxury of a Sheraton-named hotel in an astounding cliff top setting. Then throw in beautiful beaches, golf, tennis, gourmet food…

Walk away from the Sheraton Algarve Hotel and you’ll come to the fabulous ochre-coloured Pine cliffs, topped with fragrant conifers. From these sandstone-red edifices, towering high above miles of sandy beaches, you’ll be presented with horizon-wide views of the mighty Atlantic Ocean.

Walk back towards the hotel and you’ll be presented with a view of Portuguese architecture in the grand manner. Monumental white walls and magnificent rounded arches, complemented by carefully planted mature gardens. Inside you’ll find Arabian-inspired courtyards and inviting terraces. Not to mention an elegant spa and fitness centre, a whole menu of sporting opportunities…and a guestbook containing names like Nigel Mansell, Lionel Ritchie, Roberta Flack, Bryan Ferry, Gloria Gaynor and George Benson – many of whom have actually performed, as well as stayed, at the Sheraton Algarve.

Sheraton Algarve Hotel, at a glance

  • Cliff top setting above miles of sandy beaches
  • 72 hectares of grounds
  • 30 minutes drive from Faro Airport
  • Choice of 215 totally refurbished guest rooms and suites
  • All with balconies overlooking the ocean or cliffs, or with garden or Monchique Mountain views
  • En suites with rainforest showers
  • Superb choice of restaurants and bars

For leisure and pleasure

  • Some of the best beaches on the Iberian Peninsula
  • No less than five swimming pools, including a children’s pool
  • Ritual Spa and Wellness and Beauty centre
  • Health and fitness club
  • Child and teen programmes
  • Pine Cliffs golf course
  • Floodlit tennis courts and academy
  • Shops and boutiques
  • Harbour and marina
  • Tours to Moorish castles and mosques, Baroque churches, Faro, palace gardens and ruins
  • I do not think that we have ever had so much care and attention from a travel company, which just goes to show that (in a good way), you do get what you pay for.

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    DL, Morocco, 2013