Senhora da Rosa,Tradition & Nature Hotel
The Azores islands are an archipiélago formed by nine islands located in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, specifically, the island of Sao Miguel is perfectly located in between the mountain and the sea. Senhora da Rosa was built on an old estate from the XVIII century by a family who has passed it over generations. It offers a balanced combination of nature and tranquility.
Senhora da Rosa provides with 35 sofisticated rooms in which we can find several suits and two “Cafuões” or tranquility lodges inspired on the old cafes from the farm. The decoration, influenced by the usual nature that inhabits the islands, combines Antique furniture which represents the old age of this farm and its stories from when it was at its purest essence back in the day, and which now serves a pure decorative purpose which merge with the modern aspects of the facility.
Situated in a 12.000km2 farm, you can find numerous spaces which Will invite you to relax and siconnect, or get you in the modo top lay various sports, which would perfectly combine with the exterior or interior swimming pool which is located in the interior of a green house with an abundancy of pineapples .
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35 rooms divided into the following categories:
1 Standard Single
3 Mini Standard Double
16 Standard Double
11 Deluxe Double
1 Junior Suite
1 Family Suite
2 Tranquility Garden Lodges.
The traditional dishes of the island are reinterpreted by our chefs to give them a contemporary touch, without losing the original flavors of the vegetables, fruits and other products that the Azores allow us to savor.
In addition to the hotel activities:
Areas for practicing sports, 1 paddle tennis court, an outdoor pool and a heated plunge pool located in a pineapple greenhouse, an exclusive area for children, where the youngest members of the family can have fun and make friends during the holidays.
Our team will be happy to suggest what our island has to offer:
Hking, canyoning, surfing lessons, golf or tennis, mountain biking, diving, forest bathing, yoga, horse riding, fishing, whale watching, swimming with dolphins, among many others.