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Sublime is located in a quiet and rural area south of Lisbon in the beautiful Alentejo region and is surrounded by a large garden with pines and cork oaks. Birds and crickets provide the backdrop for outdoor sounds. Sublime breathes silence, creativity and serenity. The small town of Comporta and its breathtaking beaches are about a fifteen minute drive away. The distance to Lisbon is about an hour and a half. Sublime is a wonderful and special place and an excellent starting point for discovering this beautiful and unspoiled part of Portugal.
Owner Gonçalo Pessoa has clearly left his mark on the beautiful interior of Sublime. The many glass walls in the hotel are engraved with a text ‘You are just good to be true, Can’t take my eyes off you’. Lyrics by Franky Valley and the owner’s favorite song. A large robust table with a planed tree trunk as a base was designed by a Dutch artist.
All rooms are very spacious and modern and furnished with the finest materials. They have very comfortable beds, a beautiful floor and a bathroom with shower and toilet. All are sleek, light and stylishly decorated. Just new is the Two Bedroom Cabana Villa; Highly recommended!
The extensive and very well taken care of breakfast buffet is a feast for the eyes and composed with local organic products. The restaurant serves traditional Portuguese dishes with a modern touch in a very elegant atmosphere. The chef prepares a different degustation menu daily with fresh local ingredients. During lunch, light meals are served on the terrace. And how about a picnic on the beach? A filled basket is available!
Your muscles will unwind in the Turkish sauna where thyme, eucalyptus leaves and other herbs are in a bowl. Lounging by the pool on a fatboy or settling down with a book in the sitting area gives the pleasant silence shine.
Alentejo is a special area where large rice and tea plantations, which lie off the coast, are reminiscent of Asia. The beaches are endless and you can have lunch at the best beach restaurants in the world. You can pick the sea bass yourself and it tastes divine!