Situated in Luso, on the slopes of Serra do Buçaco, this Art Nouveau building dates back to 1886 and is a fine architectural example of the Belle Époque aesthetic, as it was lived in Portugal. It underwent serious restoration work that focused on the structure of the building itself but also on the existing paintings.
Guided visits to the Museum of Sociedade da Água do Luso and guided tours (with previous reservation) to the Água de Luso Industrial Plant, where the bottling of Luso Natural Mineral Water takes place .
The Noble Room, which was recently remodelled, seats 180 people.
A 135m2, air-conditioned room where meetings, conferences, seminaries, exhibitions, lectures and shows can be held.
Sound and image equipment: screen, data show, video projector and wireless microphone.
The Casino is open to the community and to the general public, and can host various events, upon agreement of conditions.
As part of the Thermal bath and spa at Luso, this is a place with constant Thermal Entertainment, which provides recreational/cultural activities both for the visitors partaking of the waters as well as for the general public.
There is a magnificent Concert Hall with an outstanding ceiling painting, from 1910, by the famous painter Gabriel Constante, a well-appointed Library where visitors can look up and borrow all the available literary works, magazines and newspapers and Rooms for cultural events and exhibitions. You can find and admire important pieces and documents of the Museum Sociedade das Águas do Luso all over the gallery of the Casino, some of which are more than 150 years old, documenting the two companies involved in this organization: Luso and Cruzeiro . The Thermal Baths and Spa and Grande Hotel do Luso are also represented through various examples of historical and cultural significance.
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