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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

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    Travel Blogs from Caramulo

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    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jul 15, 2015

    8 photos

    ... equivalent, I guess, of our chutney which looked like sliced jelly! This time, our fellow guests were French (a young family of five plus a couple nearer our age who later proudly showed David his Land Rover Defender - boys and their toys) and a Danish family, the latter are clearly regular visitors and are currently here for a six-week stay. The usual chatter about where everyone comes from, where they are heading and so on ensued and it transpires that Dad is in ...

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    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jul 11, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

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    Coimbra Day 2

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 07, 2015

    12 photos

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    These are going to be major issues in the future.

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    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 06, 2015

    27 photos

    ... still active today -- in the garden of which Ines (of Peter and Ines fame) was reportedly murdered. Her blood is said to have nurtured the olive trees still growing in the compound today. Anyway, the hotel was a slice of history, with all it's 19th century charm intact, with large drawing rooms, a library, large verandahs, and water gardens. We joked that we could picture 19th century English nobility wintering there, being waiting on hand ...

    Coimbra University - Hogwarts to Potter

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jun 28, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and the chapel have strict rules about no picture taking. So one needs to count on their memory or buy the book sold by university students as part of the tour. The organ in the chapel is so powerful that a set of doors behind a curtain are opened to the courtyard when concerts are played. Without the doors the pure sound of the organ would be impossible to hear in the chapel itself.

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