Vila Vita Parc Resort in Porches will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year during “30 weeks filled with 30 exceptional events” covering the worlds of art, culture, gastronomy, well-being and the art of to live.
According to the station, this anniversary represents a “significant milestone for the brand” after 30 years of “precious moments, memories and experiences in the art of entertaining”.
“Since 1992, when VILA VITA first opened, the resort has blossomed into a world-leading destination that now attracts globetrotters and food lovers from around the world; travelers seeking exceptional and authentic cuisine, vibrant interiors, local community experiences to truly explore the region and simply enjoy Portuguese hospitality at its most welcoming,” explains the five-star resort.
The 30th anniversary festivities will take place between April and November and will celebrate “the hotel’s continued innovation and creative vision, qualities which have seen VILA VITA Parc transform over the past three decades into a highly respected leading voice on the global luxury travel scene.”
Foodies will have a lot to look forward to, as Vila Vita is planning a series of themed gourmet dinners and events called “Reach for the Stars”, which will bring together a “unique constellation” of Michelin stars and renowned chefs from Portugal. and all over the world.
There will be three editions of the event – Portugal, World and Asia.
The Portuguese edition will feature top Portuguese chefs with two Michelin stars who will “cook up a storm” at the Ocean Restaurant with Chef Hans Neuner.
The global edition promises to delight “savvy foodies” as 10 renowned chefs from around the world with three Michelin stars will team up with top winemakers at the Vila Vita Parc Clubhouse for a “memorable evening of sumptuous cuisine, eclectic ambiance and world-class wines.”
For fans of Asian cuisine, the Asia edition will see four international chefs specializing in Asian cuisine take charge of the kitchen at the resort’s Mizu Teppanyaki restaurant on four different dates.
But these will not be the only gastronomic events that will take place. ‘La Bela France’ will bring three renowned French chefs to the resort to create a ‘fabulous feast’ at Bela Vista Restaurant on three different evenings.
Finally, some of the best chefs in the Algarve will “combine their culinary repertoire into a series of delicious dishes for dinner” at Adega. ‘Passionate About Algarve’ will also bring together renowned wine producers from the region with the chefs alongside live entertainment.
It’s not just about food. The resort also plans to launch the Vila Vita Social Club, a series of events focusing on “bars and mixology” that will take place over the 30 weeks. V Club, the hotel’s new nightclub, is also due to open on July 7, and the start of summer will be celebrated with a “Summer Punk Pool Party” where “everything will be pink from head to toe, including pool water, drinks and decor”.
Another highlight promises to be the ‘Art in the Park’ initiative – a series of events taking place in the hotel gardens with concerts (fado, classical and jazz), art exhibitions and exhibits of local crafts.
As Vila Vita Parc is also known for being a ‘leading spa and wellness resort’, it will also host a number of ‘guest practitioners, motivational speakers and a tennis academy with former tennis players. world renown”.
The station promises to provide more details, including the finalized schedule and dates, in due course.
Visit vilaviparc.com for more information.