The Project composes a beautiful and elegant option set amidst lush gardens and natural landscapes. You’ll be treated to breathtaking panoramic views of a 50 meter-long swimming pool, tropical gardens and pine trees with the Atlantic Ocean in the distance.
This 5-star resort boasts 193 sophisticated rooms and suites, a regional restaurant, spa, gym, kids’ club, paddle tennis court, mini golf course and a stunning rooftop to soak up the sun rays. The updated design reflects the unique identity of Alvor, solidifying its reputation as a top destination for sun-seeking families around the world. All of this is nestled along a 300-kilometer coastline, offering endless opportunities to make unforgettable memories.
Portuguese Golden Visa Investment
The Resort qualifies for the Portuguese Golden Visa project under the 280,000 Euro category, with 360 investors in a co-ownership structure.
The developer will cover the IMT fee and the VAT (included with price). Investors will also receive a 7-day complimentary stay at any of the Developer’s hotel properties in Portugal. The project is anticipated to launch in July 2023 and is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2025.
The developer of the Hard Rock Hotel Portugal has an extensive track record of success in developing Portugal Golden Visa properties managed by international brands. Moreover, they currently have a portfolio consisting of many operational hotels throughout Europe. This will be an added bonus for owners when they want to make use of their free 7-day annual stay at one of the developers properties. The development team prides themselves on delivering high quality hospitality services to guests from around the world.
The village of Alvor is a beautiful blend of history and nature, located near Portimão. Taking a stroll through the streets of Alvor is a delightful experience that engages all the senses. A harmonious ecosystem flows in the village where the scenic river runs alongside famous beaches with golden sands and crystal-clear waters, typical of the southern coast of Algarve.
Strolling through the village, you will come across marvelous ancient monuments and hundred-year-old churches scattered along streets made of white cobblestone. The streets are home to renowned Michelin restaurants, traditional taverns serving regional delicacies and the typical cuisine of the area. Traces of Celtic civilizations can be seen throughout, from the architectural structures to the marabouts. Even the village’s former name, Al-Bûr, reflects its Celtic roots.
This stop on the itinerary offers travelers a chance to experience the most breathtaking section of Portimão’s coastline, with incredible viewpoints overlooking the Atlantic. It’s the perfect spot to soak in the extraordinary sunsets of southern Portugal.