Ombria Resort, Algarve, Portugal, 8100-397€711,500
- Residents parking
- Communal garden
- Gated community
- 24 hour security
- Swimming pool
- Hotel/serviced apartment
Ref no: INT190440
Enjoy the best of both worlds: A perfect investment opportunity together with a well-managed holiday home to relax with the family, that allows you to close the door and leave rested. Each owner can spend up to ten weeks a year in this family resort wrapped in natural beauty. For the remainder of the year, your property will be managed by Viceroy Hotels & Resorts.
Viceroy Residences are a set of 65 one- and two-bedroom apartments, with areas 70 to 173 m² of internal area, integrated into the 5-star hotel 'Viceroy at Ombria Resort', spread over 18 buildings in the main village. The opening is scheduled for early 2022
The highest quality finishes combine the stunning views with the natural elements of the region such as stone and wood, crafts and traditional Portuguese materials come together in a sophisticated and modern context. All apartments are fully furnished and equipped, with custom kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, and terraces. Some units have private pools or jacuzzi will surely find the most perfect for you.
The owners enjoy all the facilities and services of the Hotel, such as five restaurants, heated swimming pools, a conference center, regional-inspired spa and the Children's Club, concierge, security system such as concierge, 24-hour security, including CCTV, as well as the 18-hole golf course.
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