by TaffiePa on Oct 14, 2014Hotel
Not far from Lisbon this beautiful seaside town has everything you might want. The hotel is a short walk out of the town center, but the walk by the water
is lovely. I stayed 3 nights in a corner suite with balconies on the living room and the bedroom sides. We had views of the water and the pool.
The living room area had two couches. a table and chairs, and a kitchenette. The bath was well appointed with shower in the tub. The breakfast buffet had a variety of delicious options. I loved this hotel. It was quiet, clean, and well located..a great place to relax and adjust after the transatlantic flight.
by farmlee on Oct 20, 2014Hotel
Our family stayed in Vila Gale in August for 2 weeks (aged 10 and 7).
Vila Gale is situated a 10 minute walk from the centre of Cascais on the right side of the town.
We had a spacious, modern corner room overlooking the pool and looking out to sea. Rooms and housekeeping are very good.
Downsides of our stay included no wifi in our room, breakfasts were adequate and the pool is on the small side and there was no kids club or activities. The bar also appeared pretty dead in the evenings. Despite these downsides, We would have no hesitation is recommending Vila Gale.
by Graham J on Oct 19, 2014Hotel
5 of us stayed in the hotel for a bits golfing holiday around some of the local courses. We didn't spend much time in the hotel but the staff were
very friendly, the hotel was clean and had all the facilities we needed, or could want.
The weather was fantastic for our 4 day trip and we could not fault the hotel. It was close to the centre of town, about a 10 minute walk at most, and our longest drive to a golf course was about 40 minutes.
by Telle M on Oct 15, 2014Hotel
I visited Vilagale Cascais with a group of friends as we visited a friend in Portugal. The hotel had a great location considering our purposes but there was about 1km
walking to the center of Cascais and the railway station.
Cascais was a lovely village and there was enough to see for a few days. However, Lisboa is close by and it is easy to visit there by train. Personally, I think four days wasn't enough for this area so I guess I'll visit Portugal again soon.
by cynthia r on Oct 14, 2014Hotel
The hotel is beautifully situated a short walk from the lovely small town, beaches, and trains to Estoril and Lisbon.
The room was spacious but not perfectly serviced and one night we were disturbed by noise from another room.
There was a nice pool and plenty of sun beds, ideal for children.
Free wifi only in reception which consequently was always full of children playing on their devices.
The staff need to be trained, eg the chambermaid either came to early or too late also when I breakfasted alone my food was twice removed whilst I went to fill up my coffee!
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