Hotel Eva

Address: Avenida da Republica, no 1, Faro, Algarve, 8000-078, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Avenida da Republica, no 1, Faro, is near Praia la Luz.
Map this hotel

Amenities

Photos of Hotel Eva

    View all photos
         

      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Eva Faro

      Reviewed by tom_and_emma

      Loved it

      Reviewed Oct 20, 2013
      by (20 reviews) Dunedin, New Zealand (Emma) Stamford, Lincolnshire (Tom) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Great location, great food, excellent staff and facilities.

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

      Reviewed by karlamato

      UN HOTEL DEGNO DI COMPLIMENTI!

      Reviewed Aug 30, 2012
      by (4 reviews) Napoli , Italy Flag of Italy

      Con una struttura da una atmosfera elegante, dove la luce naturale prevale e il comfort è stato pensato di ogni dettaglio, l' Hotel EVA ci ha accolto per un soggiorno che sarà indimenticabile.
      A pochi metri dal centro storico di Faro e il Parco Naturale di Ria Formosa, la sua posizione privilegiata offre una meravigliosa vista sul pittoresco porticciolo che di notte, si offre in un insieme molto particolare di luci.

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

      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Eva Faro

      Good hotel

      from

      The Hotel Eva is situated near the marina and close to the bus and rail staions in Faro. There is a selection of reasonable priced if average restaurants in the immediate vicinity, situated mainly in a pedestrianised area covering about six or seven streets. The resort is very quiet and frequented mainly by locals with visitors tending to opt for the wll known resorts further along the coast.There is one excellent beach - Playa De Faro - located near the airport - a one euro bus ride from the hotel. The hotel is clean, comfortable with excellent views from the marina side of the building. Breakfast is served in the panoramic restaurant on the top floor and I consider the food above average. I stayed in September when the hotel was very quiet - the bar in particular was almost empty and lacking athmosphere but the service and prices were very good. Reception staff are somewhat indifferent in terms of customer service. I would recommend this hotel for couples, groups or families but not for single travellers.there is a very pleasant poolside area on the top floor with superb views over the bay , just remember you are near the airport and some over fly noise can be expected but its not a major problem. Ideal for weekends or short breaks I would not recommend a long stay holiday here.Overall I rate it a very good hotel, reasonably priced and easy accessed from Faro airport.

      Great location, comfortable rooms, lousy bacalao..........!!!

      from

      Arrived around 2115 for one night before flying out to the UK. Helpful reception staff and a very pleasant quiet room with the expected level of amenities. Was the last one in for dinner and possibly as a result had quite the worst salt cod I have ever experienced as my one and only course. Since it was obvious the restaurant was closing I did not bother to make a fuss but pointedly left 95% of it on my plate. There was no comment from the Maitre d' but he obviously noticed. Frankly I was too knackered to remonstrate as I was dead tired and needed to get to sleep. Breakfast in the morning co-incided with a glorious sunrise over the marina and consisted of possibly the best buffet I have ever seen. Excellent is faint praise for the spread. Checkout was efficient however there was no offer to compensate me for the awful dinner the previous evening other than to say I should have sent it back to the kitchen. Good advice except the kitchen would have been closed. I consider the Hotel EVA to be rather overpriced but its setting, if you get a room overlooking the marina, is fabulous. On the other hand if the room faces the other way it is just another city centre view over rooftops and tower cranes. Considering EasyJet is supposed to be a low cost airline they pick some high cost hotel partners. Perhaps their commission makes a bit of profit that the air fare does not....!!!!

      Less quality than I thought

      from

      Plus: marvellous situation at the small yacht harbour and very proach to central bus station and train.Rooms clean but average,exept for the view.

      Staff in the not cosy restaurant rather desinterested, at the reception ill-informed concerning the reason and time frame hours of extreme noise (music) at the harbour very near by at the weekend of the days of liberty. Impossible to sleep before 1.3o am the next day(s)! And no information about this to the client at his booking or arrival.

      Pool closed.Not an hotel for singles. Most non personal, routine.

      Nice staff, but...

      from

      We flew out of the Faro airport and needed to spend one night in town. Hotel Eva is situated overlooking the marina and the plaza. Nice location in an okay town. The hotel was clean and the staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful but the hotel reminded me of a faded star. You could tell that at one time it was a nice hotel, but much of it looks like it needs a facelift.

      It was good for our needs at the time.

      Great Value and Location

      from

      We booked our stay through Easyjet paying just over 50 per night for a double room with breakfast. We stayed for 2 nights at the start of our 10 day holiday and 1 night at the end. In between we went camping near Tavira (another story).

      The hotel is in an excellent spot right next to the bus station (we got the bus from the airport and to and from Tavira). It is also very central for exploring Faro with bars, cafes, resteraunts and shops all close by.

      The rooms were of good size and in good condition with a nice bathroom. On both occasions we had a balcony with a view of the marina which was lovely. I agree with the previous reviewer that the pool area was a bit tired. However, the pool bar was open during our one visit to the pool area (although the part where you borrow towels was not).

      There was a fridge in the room for the mini bar items but these had to be requested from the reception if you wanted them. We found it a bonus that it was empty and used it to keep our beer and water (purchased form the supermarket at a much reduced price) nicely chilled!

      If returning to Faro, I would not hesitate to stay again at Hotel Eva.

      Not so many tourists

      from

      Myself and my wife stayed @ the Eva for 6 nights in May 2005, It`s a good clean comfortable hotel with a great view over the marina (if you request a room on that side of the hotel).

      We just ate breakfast there which was fine, a selection of hot or cold in the usual continental style, breakfast was served until 1030hrs so this allows a lie in if you so require .

      Staff were pleasant and helpfull, our bathroom had a great shower (always a bonus) plus all the usual fittings and the room was cleaned on a daily basis.

      There is a swimming pool on the roof which is accompanied by vintage sunbeds the area generally seems a little tired there was also a pool bar which was not in use this was a little annoying as the only other bar (in the reception) did not open until 1700hrs so it was impossible to purchase a drink in the hotel during the day (that cannot be a good thing).If you like a tipple and you like value for money then don`t make going to the basement bar a habit as the short measures are a little shy compared to usual continental measures (you don`t have to walk far to get a decent shot),but generally a decent hotel not many tourists more buisiness types. there.

      Nice views

      from

      Nice people at hotel in our early spring visit. You need a room overlooking marina, if possible. Republica restaurant (right by hotel) and restaurant in Cathedral square recommended. Didn't fancy prices of hotel restaurant, and not too impressed with quality of breakfast ingredients altho' choice was wide enough. Just right for a long weekend strolling about, if you are (like us) middle aged and a bit lazy...

      Fantastic Faro

      from

      Hotel Eva excellent, perfect postion, with marina view from balcony (specifically booked as one side of hotel on main street) rooms very clean and comfortable, all staff friendly and pleasant.

      Breakfast lots of selection, but only downside was an evening meal in the restaurant, not an enjoyable event, food not good, however downstairs bar and menu much better.

      Loved Faro, very characterful. Took the Island Tour very good.

      Loved the storks and spotting the nests in unusual place.

      Gypsies on marina bit of a nuisance apart from that, peaceful place.

      Would visit again

      Excellent Hotel

      from

      Stayed here recently for 3 nights and was well looked after. Staff are very helpful in suggesting where to go and what to do, booking hire cars and golf etc. Room was a decent size and had a large balcony with an excellent view of the city and water. Modern and clean. Would highly recommend to anyone visiting Faro !!

      Fantastic Top Class Hotel

      from

      Hotel Eva is a lovely hotel offering beautiful views and an excellent location. The staff speak good English and are very professional. Our room had a balcony overlooking the harbour and Ria Formosa National Park, excellent for birdwatching. The hotel is close to the airport and train station but noise is not a problem.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Eva Faro

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Faro

      Serendipitous Sunshine

      A travel blog entry by nicknallygio on May 06, 2014

      55 photos

      There are many reasons why Germany ranks as the seventh most visited country in the world: awe-inspiring architecture, a well-preserved yet progressive culture, and an infinite number of celebrations focused on the consumption of beer and bratwurst to name a few. Superb weather is not one of those reasons. Even the worst weatherman can accurately …

      Crossing the river to Portugal

      A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Nov 05, 2014

      15 photos

      ... available in their car, date, time of departure and pick up point. Everyone has been pre-screened who are listed on this service, and have reviews of past rides. You then contact the person who matches your needs the best and voila you have a ride.

      We were fortunate enough to use the services of Victor and his friend Adela (both in their forties) who picked us up at our door in Seville, and dropped us right in the central plaza of Ayamonte – the last ...

      In portugal!

      A travel blog entry by eurocake on Nov 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... of bacon, 2 hash browns ,we also got two pancakes for 4.99 USD total (4 Euro). For lunch we ate at a restaurant called the lighthouse. We ate A mozzarella panini for 6.18 USD (4.95 Euros). In total we spent $2349.85 USD (1882.49 Euros). Plus Conversion we spent 2373.34 USD (1901.31 Euro). In total we have 3819.95 USD (3064.42 ...

      Sur la plage à Culatra - Beached in Culatra

      A travel blog entry by karele on Oct 26, 2014

      10 photos

      ... le de Culatra est un grand banc de sable de 5.9 kms de long. After three days in our anchorage, we have decided to move further and put Kivu on the sand. We are now on the sand most of the time and in our own little bay. We are the only people here it is lovely. We even have our own time as changing the clock last Sunday was not working out for us so we live on "Kivu time" which is brilliant! A local couple who are on their boat not far from us from time to time call ...

      Beach day!

      A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Oct 25, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... the locals doing their shopping. We joined in and brought some fruit, almonds, cheese, bread & of course some Portuguese tarts for a picnic later. At 11am we met back up with our group to take the ferry out to Culatra beach for an afternoon at the beach. The island of Culatra is part of a natural national park, so no more houses are allowed to be built there. It is a quiet wee fishermen village and over the summer the fishermen rent the houses out as it is a popular place ...

      Traveler Photos Hotel Eva Faro

      Hotel Eva
      Faro, Portugal
      Hotel Eva
      Faro, Portugal
      Hotel Eva
      Faro, Portugal