by kevinohara1 on Mar 16, 2015Hotel
Top class hotel of the highest standing. Charming in its location and what a wonderful place to escape to.Staff very well trained and especially Francisco in the bar,always willing
to take part in conversation and listen.The scenery was outstanding and the view from the dining room at breakfast,hard to beat.The drive into Cascais along the Guincho coast,15 mins,fantastic,with the waves crashing on the many rocks along the way.
A hidden gem.
by Norah911 on Mar 16, 2015Hotel
I recently had the privelage of spending 5 nights in this charming hotel. It was perfect for our stay. We were not disappointed by anything, the website portrays the hotel exactly as it is. The breathtaking views every morning while we ate breakfast was superb, the tea and scones at 5.00pm when we arrived back from a day out were so refreshing. the staff were some of the most professional and warm staff i ever met in this type of establishment. From the moment we arrived to check in we met great people, particulary Franciso the gentleman who worked inthe bar, we had the privelage of speaking with him every night over a bottle of wine when we got back from dinner. I would just like to thank all the staff for a really great stay, and hope to return soon. My only criticism would be the bath, I do not have any medical ailments, but i found it hard to climb in and out of the bath, maybe you should consider a walk in shower.
by travelguy002 on Mar 04, 2015Hotel
One of the nicest boutique hotels I have ever visited. The view alone can easily be a postcard. It's actually nicer than a postcard. If you like roaring waves, this is your place. The restaurant dinner is very expensive but well worth the splurge if there is something you like on the rather limited menu. The staff is wonderfully helpful and happy.... which is for me, the sign of a well run establishment. There are limited rooms with a covered balcony looking over the surf. Try to snag one of these. Aside from rather flat, hard pillows, this place is perfect.
by Tripster1775 on Jan 18, 2015Hotel
The place does offer the fantastic views you can see on the website. We were there in winter time, so no swimming and sunbathing, but it was worth the visit
anyway - just for walking and hiking.
Unfortunately we had a room above the aircondition ventilators, which are loud. We expected to sleep with open windows and to hear the sound of the waves when falling asleep, big disappointment in this regard. But to be honest we might not have been able to sleep with open windows anyway - it was very windy indeed. The rooms are decorated very nicely, you really feel like a king in an old castle. The ancient windows are rather small, which means that the rooms are a little dark - but you obviously can't have an old fortress with big windows.
The restaurant is absolutely fantastic, for dinner as well as breakfast!
You can get there with a rental car or (much cheaper) take the suburban train to Cascais and then a taxi.
Definitely worth a visit when in Lisbon!
by AdamusHT on Mar 01, 2015Hotel
This hotel is pretty old and needs renovation. Water stinks chlorine and you can feel this smell in the room. Bathroom is disaster, bath already changed white color for brown and shower was not working. There is Michelin restaurant where food was delicious but service was unpleasant and asking us why we want feed kids there if they can not appreciate this kind of delicious food?! However there is something good about this place, there is incredible view for Atlantic ocean !
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