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Palmela 2011 Hotel

As of today March 1, 2011, the Palmela Castle Pousada and the São Filipe Fortress Pousada in Setúbal are both fully booked with Palmela 2011 attendees, no more rooms available in these hotels during the Palmela 2011 conference week.
Starting today March 1, 2011, the IVRPA is making available to Palmela 2011 attendees, another hotel that is conveniently located in Palmela, 10 minutes away from the conference venue and with free bus transfer between the Palmela 2011 venues included for additional convenience.
The Palmela Village Golf Resort Studios are a new hotel unit in Palmela, recently built, with over 100 rooms available for Palmela 2011 attendees. Go ahead and register now.

Update, February, 14, 2011:

The Palmela Castle Pousada is now fully booked by Palmela 2011 attendees. While we are very happy that we managed to get all of the Palmela Castle Pousada rooms exclusively for the Palmela 2011 attendees, we understand that many more want to attend this great event. To accommodate more Palmela 2011 attendees, we have extended our deal with the Pousadas de Portugal to the nearby Pousada de Setúbal. The IVRPA secured all of the rooms in the Setúbal Pousada exclusively for the Palmela 2011 attendees. Rates and booking procedure will be exactly the same and the Palmela 2011 organization will provide FREE minibus transfer between the Setúbal Pousada and the São João Theater, the main Palmela 2011 venue.

Check the Pousada de Setúbal, São Filipe Fortress here and register here while rooms are still available.

To accommodate Palmela 2011 conference attendees we chose the very best location in Palmela, the Palmela Castle Pousada.
Have you ever wanted to sleep in a castle? This is your chance! A real castle and a 17th Century monastery to share with your panoramic friends for a week in June 2011! This unit is booked exclusively by the IVRPA from May 31 to June 5, 2011.

The IVRPA managed to negotiate a special conference package that enables us to offer rooms in the Palmela Castle Pousada from May 31 to June 5, 2011 at the following rates:

Exclusive Palmela Castle Pousada IVRPA Rates when booking is made until February 28* :

  • Single Room – 65 Euro/night
  • Double Room – 75 Euro/night
  • Extra Bed – 35 Euro/night

* After February 28, prices increase 10 Euro/night. After April 30, prices increase by 20 Euro/night.

These prices are per room, per night and include Breakfast Buffet and Wi-Fi Internet Access during the stay. Prices are reserved for Palmela 2011 conference attendees and are usable up to one week before May 31, 2011 and one week after June 5, 2011, depending on availability. A booking form will be available here on the Palmela2011 website very soon. Bookings procedure will, as usual, be guaranteed by Credit Card, no debit will be made in advance, payment will only be made in person to the Pousadas reception at check–in.

This unit is part of the Pousadas de Portugal Hotel Group, and is a member of Pestana Turismo.

The Palmela Castle Pousada is located inside the walls of the Palmela Castle, in this video you can see the castle appearing at about 2:20 min.

This historic luxury hotel is located on top of an imposing hill, and it is one of the best architectural fortresses in Portugal, specially known for its location and the magnificent views that it has to offer. Palmela boasts excellent wines and superb cuisine, and it is also the perfect starting place to discover the Costa Azul and the magnificent Arrábida Natural Park.

Pousada de Palmela, Castelo de Palmela, was inaugurated in 1979 after the adaptation works to the Convent, within the walls of the castle. With all its austerity, it is possible to enjoy its interior in a comfortable way that preserves a lot of the 17th Century.