We stayed with our 8month old baby daughter here for 5 days on a B&B basis in late October. Staff at check in were very friendly and professional and we were upgraded to a suite which was very spacious and well appointed. They were also particularly helpful in arranging a surprise cake for my wife as it was our wedding anniversary and assisting us fix a problem with our airport transfer. Across the whole stay we felt the staff struck the perfect balance between being friendly and professional. The hotel itself is to a high standard and has an amazing view out to sea from the restaurant terrace. The pool is idyllic and was never too busy though this may have reflected the time of our visit. The breakfast options were excellent and of a very high standard, though if you're used to All Inclusive resorts it might seem a bit limited. There was the usual continental meats and cheeses, bread, cakes and pastries, a variety of tasty hot dishes and fruits etc . There was very good quality sparkling wine available and the facilities to make your own Bloody Mary. You could sit in or outside by the pool. The spa facilities were excellent and we both had a treatment which was reasonably priced. There were a couple of quibbles as you get on any holiday but nothing that affected our stay or enjoyment.
Fantastic position just a 10 minute walk to the centre either along the promenade or through the park, good friendly staff, plenty of space around the pool and parking if you have a car.
We never tried the restaurant in the evening but the breakfast was fine, just remember to put your toast on first before getting your hot food !
Definitely pay extra for a sea view room, we will be going back,enjoy.
Having read reviews, I wondered if the sea view rooms really worth the extra cash (pretty much double) but I am so glad I didn't spend the extra. My room facing the street (203) was lovely, white wooden floor, blue décor and it had a huge balcony that was in the sun in the afternoon and evenings, unlike the rooms that faced the sea.
The pool area was very nice, with comfy sunbeds and cabanas (Brits, please don't bring your own towels - use the plush white ones provided! :) ). The pool water was at the glacial end of the scale, although useful for cooling down.
The staff were generally very hospitable; my friend sprained her foot out at a restaurant and they were running round after her with ice and someone even went to the pharmacy for her.
One of the most modern and contemporary hotels I have stayed in.
Constructed in the remains of an original fort, with elevated views to the sea.
Brilliant inside and outside pools.
2mins walking distance to centre of Cascais.
Nice hotel ideally situated between Estoril and Cascais. Room size very good with a two seater settee, small kitchenette including a fridge, small,balcony. The room was clean but a little dated. Breakfast was the usual continental food, with a small selection of hot foods. The selection never changed over the week we were there. There is a small shop nearby over the square plus a restaurant as well which is good if you don't want to eat in the hotel or take the walk to Cascais. Just beware that the walk from the promenade or the station (if that's how you arrive) is very steep especially when pulling cases. Not good if you are not fit.
The views from the hotel if facing the front are very good. There is some traffic noise during the day due to the closeness of the main road, but it's not too bad. We asked for a low room in a quiet area and also sea view and we got exactly that. Our room was above the main entrance, it was quiet, and only on the fourth floor (reception is on the 3rd) and if we stood in a corner of our balcony we could see the sea. Having said about the steepness it was still only a 5min stroll down hill across the railway line (there is a crossing on the platform) to the prom. There is a underpass from the prom but this was being re-built when we stayed there so no idea if this route would be any better. Once on the prom it's a nice walk into Cascais where there is a good selection of restaurants, shops etc plus museums, parks, culture centres.
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