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This hotel is situated close to the centre of Camara de Lobos. This luxurious hotel is located close to the vineyards, lying just 4 km from the city centre. Guests will find themselves just a short driving distance away from the nearest beach, and within easy access of a number of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. This luxurious hotel enjoys a charming architectural design, showcasing the splendour of island style. The interior is beautifully designed, featuring refreshing tones and a serene ambience. The guest rooms reflect the serene beauty of the surroundings. The rooms feature m...More details
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Gorgeous little vintage hotel
Reviewed 5 march, 2020
My husband and I stayed here for a week for my birthday in February. Upon arrival our check-in was quick and efficient, reception staff always very friendly, attentive and helpful. Room was beautiful, some may say a little dated but we liked the vibe as it is a vintage hotel after all. Room was cleaned daily with fresh towels and replenished toiletries when needed. Breakfast was nice, good selection, wasn't ever as hot as I'd like but still nice none the less - plenty eggs, bacon, sausage, breads, cheeses, hams, cakes etc. Hotel is located close to a supermarket and bus stop but we found it easier to use the local Uber service. We ate at the hotel for dinner one evening and can not fault the food at all, absolutely beautiful with beyond top quality service. Close enough to visit Funchal city by bus or taxi but far enough away to enjoy the peace and quiet. Fantastic views and lovely flowers. Would definitely recommend this holiday.
Reviewed 27 february, 2020
The food was poor quality, repetitive and luke warm. Even cold. Staff in restaurant attentive. Hotel needs updating. Towels thin and not bath size. Shuttle bus not free, although we were told it was. You also need to book it.
A very pleasnt stay in a great location.
Reviewed 8 february, 2020
This was our 4th visit to Madeira. The previous 3 times we stayed in central Funchal where the air quality can be poor due to the high volume of vehicles, especially buses. My wife suffers from asthma, so the location of this hotel, set further out and higher in the hills was perfect. Also, having a large supermarket on the doorstep made for easy shopping. The hotel rooms, staff and facilities were excellent. Every request we made were acted upon promptly to our complete satisfaction. Our holiday included breakfast which we found to be very good, both in variety of choice and quality. Don't know how good the public transport system is from here as we rented a car, which I would recommend as you get to see much more of the island.
Charming, if you are deaf or lucky
Reviewed 25 january, 2020
The reason I am giving this hotel only 3 stars is that some rooms are separated by doors. You can hear everything from the next-door room. Build a proper wall between the rooms, please! Room CONS: faulty mains socket, loose toilet seat, cracked wall tile, has connecting door (noise and smoke coming from the next-door room), low acoustic insulation, awkward stool position (you break your legs over it at night), room light too dim. PROS: large room, WIFI, big bed, room well equipped, many cloths holders, excellent bathroom, air conditioning, effective curtains, daily cleaning service, balcony with fantastic sea-side view. Hotel CONS: should have a gym, door to the terrace not closing properly. PROS: perfect location (quiet area, view to the sea, close to a supermarket, close to a village centre & bus stop), beautiful garden, lovely rooftop terrace, swimming pool, lift, very helpful receptionists. Restaurant CONS: meal variety (give your chef a cheap holiday in Egypt), no fruits (only cut pieces of pineapple or kiwi fruit), hot water available but no tea bags (tea has to be ordered), butter ice-cold (try and spread it - impossible). I had a half-board. One day dinner is served (instead of buffet) = less food, little choice. One day they force you to buy drinks for either 8 or 10 € = eat and pay or go and eat out. PROS: nice restaurant, quiet calming background music, meals always tasty, fish every day, restaurant never crowded, open from 7 till 10. You won't regret choosing this hotel, if you get a room that is not connected with the next-door room or if that room is empty.
Reviewed 19 december, 2019
I enjoyed a wonderful week at the Quinta do Estreito Vintage House Hotel. The hotel is situated in an elevated position which provided an unspoiled ocean view from my room’s balcony (room 202) and also from the terrace upstairs. My room was thoroughly cleaned daily and was very comfortable and bright. I stayed here on a B&B basis; the breakfast buffet was very good ! I enjoyed fresh fruit and scrambled eggs with toast most days but there was a good choice of other food also. Breakfast is served in the Quinta, which lends itself nicely to be a dining area, or you can choose to eat on the terrace outside the Quinta. I thoroughly recommend the adjoining restaurant 'Adega da Quinta', which you can access from the hotel gardens, where I dined twice during my week's stay. There's parking available outside the front of the hotel, but when this was full, there's also secure underground parking underneath the hotel. Within a 5-minute walk downhill is a 'Continente' supermarket or uphill, further restaurants, cafés, bars and bus stops. I would like to thank all the staff at the hotel very much for making me feel so comfortable and welcome. Muito obrigado !