by EduardoFranco59 on Jul 28, 2014Hotel
This is my number one Hotel
Been here for 10 years with family and some times with friends it feels everytime time like coming home
Rooms are super Golfcourse is magnificent and the all the staff is extremly helpfull
Will always come back "HOME"
by Ed B on Jul 17, 2014Hotel
Have just returned from a 3 night stay in this wonderful resort - right from the minute we arrived in the resort we were looked after impeccably.
The reception staff were brilliant, one experienced lady very fluent in English was coaching/assisting a younger colleague and did it so well.
Our room (164) looked new, was clean and in a quiet location
The staff at the golf course too were fabulous and so accommodating with the tee times and care of our clubs/ organising buggies etc.
We played 5 rounds of golf over 3 days and the course grew on us each day !!
We were transferred around via the free shuttle bus and felt like royalty ;)
Please pass on my thanks to all the staff at Quinta Da Marinha - we will definitely be returning soon
by Johan B on Jul 18, 2014Hotel
Really good selection for the golfing family, maybe with small kids, who can spend hours in the pool while one family member plays the excellent course, and then switch roles for instance. But also for those wanting to do cascais and still have the comfort of a calm, large pool area hotel, which is not abundant in downtown Cascais. We had a standard room in the hotel, and it was clean and everything working fine, maybe a little loud air conditioning. We especially enjoyed the large balcony which every room has, with comfortable chairs and just 20 meters from the tee of 2nd hole. Breakfast is very satisfactory, but expensive if you don't have it included (but you can choose the contintental in the bar area instead), and then there are many different lounge and bar areas to spend some hours after breakfast with the news, or just into the sun around the pool. The evening treat in the restaurant is really excellent, the Atlantic Ocean cools the air down fast in the evening and it is nice to sit outside with some more clothes on; dinner jacket will not be too warm and suits the class of this restaurant. The restaurant is as expensive as any other first class in Cascais area, it is of course far from the touristic treat. Or ask the reception to bring you down to the first class Monte Mar restaurant just by the Atlantic in the outside of the Quinta da Marinha area, it is a breathtaking view and experience. I have been here twice, and never is there any risk of the lounges or the pool area being too crowded. The course is really in excellent condition and every afternoon comes the close-to-gale winds from north (the hotel and pool area are well protected though), and some holes become very long, and some rather short. It is surprisingly easy to get a tee time, I played with my girlfriend on the bag and wanted to play alone, and every day the same; no problem at all to get a tee time, and the price is subsidiced to half if you stay in Quinta da Marinha Hotel. Keep your nerves under control on the 10th; green is just 50 meters from the pool! The hotel offers two rides per day free of charge to Cascais in a mini-bus (just 8 passengers), at 12.00 and 17.00, and two rides back then, but often are they fully booked (you book in reception). What many people miss is that there is a public bus service just around the corner, follow the road from entrance passed the driving range and take the first right for 30 meters, totally a drive away. The bus 405 passes there around 15 minutes passed every even hour weekdays and charge 2,25 to Cascais center (15 minutes). Last bus back is at 20.35 in weekdays, so one can stay longer in sizzling Cascais, or why not take a taxi, many available in Cascais.. In the other direction the bus passes the Guincho wild beach which is a "must" when doing Cascais.
by Tolu S on Jun 16, 2014Hotel
We booked this hotel last minute as the villa we booked was a nightmare. Reservations Manager was very sympathetic and gave us a good deal on a villa.
On arrival, we were checked in almost immediately though they were clearly busy with several conferences.
The villa was a little rustic, but very spacious and a lovely patio seating area.
My husband only had time to practise golfing in the driving range but enjoyed it, and the scenery for the main golf courses is just breathtaking!
Hotel staff were always polite and willing to help with everything - booking tours, restaurant etc. Hotel provides a quick shuttle service between all three properties which was a life saver as we had friends staying at the main hotel. Only tried eating at the Club house which was a tad pricey with not much choose especially for children.
Breakfast spread was lovely - different to regular english brekkie - but I guess thats what holidaying is all about.
Not too far from Cascais town centre about 5-6 euros.
We would certainly return.
by Alvestad on Jul 18, 2014Hotel
This place was sold as a 5 star hotel. Which is correct when we talk about the resort. It is sad that the golf Villas are sold as part of the 5 star hotel because they are far from the expected standard of such an establishment.The villa we had was located far away from the hotel hence we were told to use the resort facilities of the Onyria hotel. Which by the way were very nice. The golf villa was dated and has nothing to with a 5 star rating merely 3-4. I am sure it will leave many guests dissapointed, go for a hotel room instead.
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