Solo in the Algarve

Cathy's verdict
It can be tricky to find double rooms with no single supplement in popular holiday destinations, which is why we love this selection of three-star and four-star hotels in the Algarve. Each property has a beachfront location, some with dining tables exclusively for solo travellers and the option to upgrade to all-inclusive.

Recommended tour operator: Mercury Holidays

Mercury Holidays says

The Algarve has long been a favourite amongst UK travellers, for its stunning coastline, warm welcome, characterful ports, golf courses and superb food, especially the fish. It works year-round with a fantastic sunshine record and warm temperatures.

  • beachfront locations
  • no single supplements
  • wide range of hotels

We have negotiated no single supplement in a double or twin room at a wide range of three-star and four-star hotels, all of which are well suited to solo travellers.

Most of our hotels are in popular Albufeira. All are located within an easy walk of shops, cafes and restaurants as well as the beach.

There’s the three-star Auramar Beach, which is set on a headland and has an indoor pool.

Four-star options include the Real Bellavista Hotel, which has a spa and health centre. The elegant Baia Grande Hotel has a table for solo travellers.

The Baia Crystal Beach is close to Praia do Carvoeiro with a free shuttle service in to the town itself. The cliff top location is spectacular and there’s an indoor pool and health centre. The hotel also has a solo travellers table in the restaurant.

A number of our Algarve hotels also offer great offers on longer stays. We also offer the option to upgrade to all-inclusive arrangements so you can simply relax, knowing there’s no bill to settle at the end of your holiday.

On all our holidays, flights and transfers are included in the price. Private transfers are available at an additional cost.

Check out our full range of Algarve hotels with no single supplement.

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