Nestled in the picturesque wooded Douro River valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world's oldest wine regions, Six Senses Douro Valley is a luxurious 19th century manor house surrounded by terraced, vineyard covered hillsides. Between its onsite garden, farm-to-table cuisine, superb wines, and award-winning spa, this luxurious escape welcomes you to relax and soak in the beauty of the Douro Valley.
The exclusivity of Six Senses Douro Valley is reflected in its 50 rooms and 7 villa accommodations, all of which are designed to be stylish interpretations of traditional country homes. Large windows in each space let in ample sunlight and stunning panoramic views, while white azulejo tiles, cork ceilings, oak floors, and gold leaf walls are all sourced in-country. The color theme is monochromatic to let the exquisite natural hues outside enhance your abode. From each room, terraced mountains and woodlands with old-growth trees stretch as far as the eye can see: a drop of luxury in a sea of serenity.
Preserving the environment is a key focus at Six Senses Douro Valley. Food waste is composted, materials are recycled, and water, gas, and electricity consumption is monitored daily. There is also an onsite organic garden which provides the fresh vegetables, fruits, and herbs incorporated into every meal. Guests have the option of sitting outside on the beautiful stone paved courtyard high above the vineyards or dining inside at the long communal table by the fireplace. Dine on regional cuisine and crispy bread prepared in the wood-fired oven, and sip on a drink and nibble on delicious tapas and cheese in the bar and lounge.
Relaxation is tantamount at Six Senses Douro Valley. Indulge in a facial or massage in the award-winning spa, where ten treatment rooms and an indoor and outdoor pool, plus a refreshment bar, means you will walk out feeling nothing short of rejuvenated. Local grapes and citrus are used in the therapies to further enhance the journey toward relaxation.
Nearby, oenophiles can get their fill of vino tradition in the area. Experiences on offer include a visit to the region’s oldest wineries to learn how the grapes are harvested, participating in a stomping of the grapes during harvest season, an idyllic Douro river cruise, or a leisurely stroll through the little villages with historic churches and ancient castles that speak to the rich history of this beautiful region: a hotbed of wine production for more than 2,000 years.Request Information