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The start point is in the village of Romeiros which lies above the Choupana Hills resort. Parking is available as is an occasional bus service. Walking in an easterly direction following the levada you pass through the Choupana Hotel grounds and then cross a road and pass behind Quinta do Pomar. The walk is very flat and easy with a reasonable amount of shade and the ...
... of mountains and sea from our room. Mum and Iain had the most amazing view of the coastline and sea. We got our bearings, went shopping and got supply's for breakfasts. Mum trying a pure sugar coconut thing at reception.....braver than us. Iain wanted a "Grande beer". The evening took use down the road to "Real Canoe" with a man talking through the menu and Iain joking "40%25" discount?" Sat in front of the restaurant with a heater over Sarah's head. We had our ...
There is ample parking alongside the beach area of Praia Formosa. Take a right turn out of the car park and the constructed walkway is obvious. Very easy walk (even in trainers) to the west and continue past the beach cafes. The walk to Camara do Lobos takes about 50 minutes and the views as one enters the fishing port are the ...
Socorridos Valley - Levada do Curral Not Recommended - This walk starts from just below the Madeira Shopping complex. The levada runs behind a built up area and all the walking is on concrete slabs laid over the water course; unfortunately many of the slabs are missing or broken and most of your time is taken up with watching where ...
... La Coruna. The sheer majestic size of the cruise ship was the first and foremost thing that we noticed when we boarded at Southampton. We made our way to our interior cabin to find our bags already there. A nice surprise :) Our room attendant was lovely and made us feel so special and at home. In particular was the novelty of coming back to our room each evening to find the beds all ready ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Quinta Mirabela Funchal
Wir sind gerade von einem weiteren ausgezeichneten Aufenthalt im The Quinta Mirabela Hotel zurückgekehrt. Da es Ostern war, war das Hotel voll, aber durch die vielen ruhigen Plätzchen zum Sitzen und Entspannen wirkte es nicht hektisch oder überfüllt. Wir haben an 5 von 7 Abenden im Hotel gegessen, einschließlich zweier wundervoller Gerichte Karfreitag und Ostersonntag. Das Menü und die Liebe zum Detail waren einfach hervorragend! Hier nur ein paar Vorschläge und Empfehlungen für Sie: Wir kamen mit den Bussen am Ort sehr gut zurecht. Fahrkarten kauft man in der grünen Hütte an der Bushaltestelle oder im Bus selbst, 1 Euro 50 für eine Rückfahrt. Wir sind immer mit der Linie 23 gefahren, die in der Nähe der Kirche hält. Man kann auch mit der Linie 19 fahren, aber wir haben keinen Fahrplan für diesen Bus gefunden. Alle Busse sind äußerst zuverlässig! - Durch die Nähe zum Äquator ist es wichtig, viel Sonnencrème zu benutzen. Ich neige sonst nicht so schnell zum Sonnenbrand, aber in Madeira bin ich schon zweimal verbrannt. - Falls Sie noch nichts organisiert haben, um vom Flughafen zum Hotel zu kommen, können Sie vor Ihrer Abreise von zu Hause das Hotel anrufen, das dann ein Taxi bestellt, um Sie abzuholen - 25 Euro. Wir würden dieses Hotel für einen perfekten, ruhigen Urlaub empfehlen.
Gerade zurück von einer Woche im Quinta Mirabela, Funchal. Es ist ein sehr schönes, modernes Hotel, etwas vom Zentrum von Funchal abgelegen, weit oben am Hang mit ausgezeichnetem Blick. Taxis und öffentliche Busse leicht zu finden - wodurch man das Stadtzentrum bequem erreicht. Angebote sehr gut, Personal hervorragend: aufmerksam, unendlich hilfsbereit und freundlich. Kostenloser Breitbandanschluss auf jedem Zimmer. Auf jeden Fall ein 'Designer'-Hotel, das mit viel Sorgfalt von der Quinta/Villa zum 5-Sterne-Hotel transformiert wurde. Sehr empfehlenswert. HV & SG (London)
We have just returned from another excellent stay at The Quinta Mirabela Hotel. With it being Easter the hotel was full but it didn't feel busy or crowded with plently of quiet places to sit and relaxe.
Just back from a week at Quinta Mirabela, Funchal. Its a delightful, modern hotel, some distance from Funchal centre, high up the hill with excellent views. Taxis and municipal 'buses easy to find - giving easy access to town centre. Facilities very good, staff were outstanding: attentive, endlessly helpful and friendly. Free broadband in each room. Very much a 'designer' hotel with careful thought given to tranforming this quinta/mansion into a five star hotel. Highly recommended. HV & SG (London)
Visited Madeira first week in January. Having booked two five star hotels on the net at quite good value, Quinta Mirabela was the second hotel we stayed at. I have got a passion for cool designer hotels, however most are outrageously expensive. Most hotels in Madeira arent really my taste at all, a little too eighties Dynasty if you know what I mean, and a lot of effort was made googling for "design" "boutique" Madeira hotels. So when I found Quinta Mirabela (Superior Room, 94 Eur per night), I reallly felt housekeeping I'd found a gem. And - I had. The hotel is hip and trendy, at the same time comfortable, and the staff are very friendly. The view from the hotel is amazing, best enjoyed from the balcony. The balcony is great and sheltered from rain and wind, even on a rainful night it is a joy sitting on the balcony resting your eyes on the beautiful view of Madeira. To get your own balcony, you have to have a Superior Room, and it is definitely worth the extra Euros (for us EUR 7 a night. The bathroom is geat, and the mirrors are more than big enough (if you need full lenght just step out in the corridor!) The matress was a little on the hard side though, so housekeeping put an extra duvet on top of the matress which definitely helped.
We (a couple) stayed at this hotel for 4 nights at the end of October. Madeira was excellent, and we will definetly return there to see all the things we missed. The hotel though, will not be hearing or seeing any of us again so soon. I can't say that most of the staff was not helpfull and nice, because they were, but a 5 star hotel must pay attention to details in order to earn that classification, and that was not the case.
We stayed at this hotel in August and had a great week; this hotel provides everything you require in a small hotel and more. The hotel is very modern and well designed; we found the staff to be relaxed and helpful.
The food was good we used the restaurant on a couple of occasions and particularly enjoyed the fruit and good bread at breakfast. We had a lovely room with balcony overlooking the pool and the city of Funchal with the sea beyond.
You do need to use a car or taxi's to get around as the roads are very steep and difficult to walk. If you can, get out of the city and see some of the island, the views are great with many good walks to suit all abilities.
I have felt compelled to write this to complement the hotel on the fantastic week we have just spent here.
We returned home on the 31st January 2005, having enjoyed a fantastic week in Madeira. The hotel was disappointing in that we'd expected some of the original character of the old building to still be apparent, but it wasn't. It's ultra modern throughout. An interior designer has obviously been employed to furnish and decorate the place, which looks fantastic, but very much at the expense of comfort!! Lots of wierd shaped settees and chairs, but not one seat in the entire hotel that you can simply slouch in and read a book and relax in (the only comfortable seats were on the landings, but who wants to relax on a landing???). No lounge area, just a couple of "settees" in the bar in the restaurant. There is a games room down in the basement, which leads to a very well equipped gym and pool area, which we didn't use as it wasn't really hot enough.