Six Senses Douro Valley

Location: Porto & The Douro | Portugal & Madeira

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

High on a hill overlooking rolling hills of vines, with the winding Douro River below, the exquisite Six Senses Douro Valley combines chic, cutting edge interiors in a historic 19th-century manor house with fabulous views across the beautiful valley landscapes.


Perfect forThose who love wine, luxury and beautiful scenery.
In the knowSix Senses Douro Valley has a wine library, where you can discover more about the region's finest wines with the help of local winemakers and the resort's expert sommelier.

Recommended for...

  • Food & Wine
  • Landscapes & Scenery
  • History & Heritage
  • Spa & Wellness

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

This beautiful resort is in the heart of Portugal’s stunning Douro Valley, a UNESCO world heritage site, an hour's drive from Porto.

Rooms at Six Senses Douro Valley

The rooms, villas and suites showcase the signature Six Senses style, with natural features and earthy tones, and have panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards, woodlands and the Douro River. Some have spacious living, kitchen and dining areas, alongside private pools and gardens perfect for relaxing in with a glass of the region's finest wine as you take in the sweeping vistas.

Food & Drink

Dine on gourmet cuisine prepared with fresh, seasonal produce from the valley, alongside vegetables and herbs grown in the resort's own organic gardens, and washed down with local wine, of course. The traditional-style restaurant has an open cooking station and a wood-fired oven, or tuck into delicious tapas and local cheeses at Quinta. For an extra-special and personal experience, dine at the Chef's Table.

Facilities

Indulge in the Six Senses spa, where experts offer a variety of treatments to help guests unwind. From holistic treatments and alternative medicines to facials and massages it will be hard to leave without feeling rejuvenated. 

Activities at Six Senses Douro Valley

Wine tasting is (in our view) essential and there are a number of nearby wineries (quintas) where you can sample some local vintages, meet the winemakers and participate in the age-old tradition of stomping on the grapes. Go on a bike tour and take a picnic for an idyllic day out, and enjoy a leisurely wine and dine cruise on the river. Explore the historic monasteries and baroque churches, and visit fascinating museums. For something more active, go canyoning or mountain biking. 

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Hotel location

Six Senses Douro Valley is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes by car from Porto International Airport.

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