"10 lovely days in Cascais with rain wind and sun"
This is a wonderful hotel and the staff are exceptional.
Our Seascape room was very comfortable on the whole with the exception of the pillows which are soft and fluffy but offer no support. We did not realise that there is a pillow menu or would have made use of this.
We had a beautiful large balcony with 2 loungers which afforded both sun and shade in the afternoon, we enjoyed this enormously.
There are no tea/coffee facilities within the room although there is coffee to go by the breakfast room until 11am but that means being up and dressed which is a shame.
There is no iron/board in the room or to request, I usually press my linen trousers in the room, I was not prepared to pay 10 Euros for each pair being pressed so did not wear any of my lovely summer linen trousers.
My only real complaint is the lack of shade around the pool, there were 6 large parasols around the main pool which was totally insufficient for the number of guests. The usual issue of reserving sunbeds does happen, a pregnant guest reserved 2 beds with a parasol pretty much all day without using it, saw her socialising with friends at the other side of the pool after lunch. It was galling to see her pick up her reserved towel and walk back to her friends when other guests would have used those sunbeds with shade. Grrrrr
Despite this I would go back anytime, this is a truly wonderful hotel and we were sad to leave.
Marvellous Breakfast selection available on the terrace overlooking the beach and surrounding area
We ate in the restaurant on our last night it was amazing by way of taste and presentation, it costs bit more than local but well worth it
All the staff were very helpful and attentive in a discreet way, not overbearing
The location couldn't be better, with the views over the ocean, and where you can walk out from the beautiful Citadel grounds into the middle of the wonderful vibe of Cascais. Lots of extra touches, from a wonderful breakfast, super clean luxurious rooms, turn down service, great pools, friendly attentive staff, a boxed breakfast provided for our early morning departure to the airport, and our regular morning wakeup call from the peacock across at the park.
We will return!!!
Great room. Huge with view. Great price. A bit far from the city (10 min walk).
Decent breakfast by European standards.
Had room facing ocean (great) and pool (noisy).
One major issue is that it is a recently renovated hotel and they left the old kitchen behind some closet doors (they call it an apartment hotel). Problem is the fridge is less than two feet from your head when you're lying in bed (it's so close to the bed, you actually can't open the fridge door all the way). Imagine how noisy it would be sleeping with your head less than two feet from your fridge at home. You might be able to figure out a way to unplug it but this could be a deal-breaker for some people.
Shared balcony with another unit with translucent plexiglass divider.
"Beautiful house, beautiful location, great staff"
We stayed in Cascais for 2 nights, and we truly enjoyed this guesthouse. The service is extremely friendly, helpful and professional. The gardens are breathtaking, and its location is perfect. The breakfast was excellent, and we enjoyed eating outside in the gardens. I have nothing negative to say about this guesthouse, we were 100% impressed and satisfied we our choice. Highly recommended!
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Casa da Pérgola is a charming Farm Home in Cascais , the famous coastal town just a few kilometres away from Lisbon, in …More
Excellent location in beautiful Cascais. The portuguese are the most welcoming people. Take a phrase book and show some intitative with their laungage and they are so appreciative. The hotel is a little dated in the rooms, but comfortable, clean and adaquate! Lovely views across cascais to the sea! Food - only had breakfast and snacks - but everything was good. Hotel reception,were very helpful and the bar staff were fab! No hesitations in staying here again! Went with another 2 couples, along with my husband, ages ranging 30-45. We all liked it!
Set around three small sandy bays, including a traditional fishing harbour, the former fishing village of Cascais is now a busy yet relaxed modern resort. The nearby surfing beach of Guincho, with its soft golden dunes, is five kilometres away and Carcavelos beach is 10 kilometres away. Estoril (famous for its casino) is just three kilometres and Lisbon is 29 kilometres away. Several championship golf courses are close by.
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