What a lovely hotel, friendly staff, great room with sea views. Ate in both restaurants and felt thoroughly spoilt. Breakfast was very good - plenty for all tastes. Made to feel very much at home. Would certainly go there again.
Went for a short break for three nights. Near to the town but far enough away to feel you are in the country. Great view of the rpocks and sea from our room. Staff wer very attentive and noting was too much trouble.
Atmospheric hotel operated with great professionalism by the staff. Very helpful when KLM lost the luggage in recommending where to shop.
We took the balcony Rooms overlooking the marina which were more expensive but we felt worth the value.
Walk into town was easy and the walk along the coast was safe and picturesque
This is a lovely hotel in a great location. Situated on a promontory right next to the sea, the hotel is also 100m from the train station (trains to Lisbon take 30-40 minutes along the coast) and near to the bus station (buses to Sintra- not to be missed!). Two minutes walk into the town of Cascais with its many eateries and shops. Many rooms with balconies and sea views- we had a Collection room which was spacious and very well appointed and unexpectedly had a veranda with partial sea views. The staff were without exception helpful and friendly (& multi-lingual!). The buffet breakast was excellent, supplemented by amazing views from the restaurant and bar. We loved everything about our stay.
Traveller from Worcestershire Uk
Built in the XIX Century by the Dukes of Loule - this palace with elegant architectural lines overlooking the bay of Cascais …More
If you are traveling in the Lisbon area, consider this hotel. It is historic and gorgeous, inside and out, in a wonderful area. It is a ways from downtown Lisbon, but this area is lively and charming as well. Heartily recommended for all. Great breakfast as well!
Traveller from Wheat Ridge, CO
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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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