Situated in the village of Rogil, exactly at the middle of the Odeceixe » Aljezur section of the Historical Way, and in the end of the Odeceixe » Rogil section of the Fishermen's Trails, and also a short step from the paradisiacal beaches of Vale dos Homens and Carreagem, the Alcatruz Hotel offers 20 double rooms, in the heart of the Vicentina Coast.
All rooms have a private bathroom, television, air-conditioned and balconies or terraces. The dominant colour is white, which gives them a simple and modern style and inspiration comes from phrases and photos of the region, in an environment of acclamation of the wild beauty of this region.
Meals are served in the common room with fireplace and if you come to walk, you can count on delicious picnics, where you will have the opportunity to taste the variety and quality of products from the renowned house of Pão do Rogil, which belongs to the same family and where breakfasts are occasionally served.
The proximity to the beaches of Aljezur and Odeceixe, the central location make Rogil and the Alcatruz Hotel an excellent option for those coming to walk the Rota Vicentina. Even for MTB fans there are nice conditions to stay over. And you can rely on the brand new interior garden to regain energy for the next section, using the gym or the massage services.
20 double rooms
Portuguese, English, French and German
From 60€/night for 2 pax
Rua de Camarate, 1 - Rogil
T: (+351) 282 998 203
M: (+351) 964 521 652
GPS: 37°22'12.16"N / 8°47'59.89"W
Open all year
Cash, debit card, Visa, Marter Card, check or bank transfer
In a village
Take away meals
Passenger and luggage transfers
Regional products for sale
Fireplace (in the common room)
Accessibility for the disabled (1 room)
Living room up to 40 pax
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