Hotel do Caramulo

Address: Av. Dr. Abel Lacerda , Caramulo, Beiras, 3475-031 , Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. Dr. Abel Lacerda , Caramulo, is near Tagus Natural Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel do Caramulo

    Reviewed by sguerreiro

    Hotel with a View

    Reviewed Apr 12, 2014
    by (7 reviews) Barreiro , Portugal Flag of Portugal

    Hotel situado na serra do Caramulo, que resulta da recuperação de um antigo sanatório. É um edifico algo austero, mas que resultou num excelente espaço de conforto para descansar e desfrutar as magníficas paisagens da serra do Caramulo.
    Os quartos são grandes e confortáveis, com varanda para a vista fabulosa da serra.
    O pequeno almoço é servido em buffet, com uma variedade e qualidade que não desaponta. O
    restaurante do hotel também tem um serviço excelente, com comida muito bem confeccionada.
    Relativamente a actividades, o hotel dispõe de ginásio, piscina interior aquecida, piscina exterior e SPA. Do SPA recomendo que aproveite a piscina activa que fica num espaço privilegiado do hotel, donde se pode avistar uma paisagem panorâmica para a serra, é mesmo um excelente momento de relax.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel do Caramulo

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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