The National Palace of Pena stands at the highest point of the Sintra mountain range, from where you can enjoy a sublime landscape on the surrounding hills and on the Atlantic Ocean. The Palace was in the nineteenth century the private residence of King Ferdinand II, who acquired, remodeled and expanded an old Manueline convent, whose cloister and chapel still remain today. The king’s interventions transformed this place of religious seclusion into a fairy-tale castle that evokes the architecture of the Middle Ages.
Sala de Veados (for corporate dinners and, exceptionally, for company lunches)
This space corresponds to a Hall of Knights of the imaginary medieval castle that the Palace of Pena intends to recreate. It evokes the typical activities of medieval nobility: war, through simulated stucco weapons; and the hunting, by deer heads in plaster with true frames. Here is exposed the collection of glass and stained glass of D. Fernando II, with objects from the center of Europe and highlighting the oldest stained glass that is in Portugal. The room gives access to two terraces, one facing the west with a magnificent view of the sea, another facing the Palace.
– 81 square meters of floor space;
– Excellent natural and acoustic lighting;
– Access to outdoor balcony with views over the Serra de Sintra;
– Several points of electricity.
– Banquet – 60 people;
– Cocktail – 100 people.
Sala dos Arcos (For non-exclusive groups lunches, corporate gala dinners and private parties with possibility of any kind of entertainment)
The space of the present restaurant corresponds to the old rooms of the servants of the Palace of the Pena and was initially divided by several partitions. Its demolition at the end of the 20th century made it possible to reveal the robust vaulted structure with pillars and stone arches, similar to the old stables on the lower floor, which is the present Lodge. In the restaurant, the pillars rhythm the space, while the windows open on the Park, establishing a close relation with the surrounding nature.
– 162 square meters of floor space.
– Banquet – 120 people;
– Cocktail – 200 people;
– Plateia – 180 people.
Queen’s Terrace (with evening exclusivity for cocktails)
Large terrace from where you can see the entire coast between Cascais and Lisbon and the imposing statue of the Warrior.
Available for events with place in the summer months.
View from the Queen’s Terrace.
– Plateia – 60 people;
– Cocktail – 100 people.
Abegoaria Auditorium (exclusively during the day for meetings and workshops)
A 19th century building, located in Quinta da Pena, which has been completely restored and includes a multipurpose room.
Interior of the Abegoaria auditorium.
– Natural lighting;
– Air conditioning;
– Audio-visual equipment.
– Plateia – 80 people
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