Hotel Cascais Miragem

Av. Marginal N0 8554, Cascais, Estremadura, 2754-536, Portugal | 5 star hotel
Prices starting from $216.00
 

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Rocking on in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by theallinsons

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Caught an early morning cab to airport and boarded the plane to Lisbon.
Our 20 min train ride turned into a 3 hour tour..literally. Subway to train, wait....train to another station, ...then took a while to try and find the secret train connection in a weary little town and then had to wait again...and fnally boarded the final train to Cascais …

She Sells And Swills by the Seashore

A travel blog entry by trockie

We are in Cascais for our company's European sales meeting. Cascais is a seaside resort town, just north of Lisbon. It is located next to Estoril, which is famous for its casino, which was the inspiration behind Ian Flemings, James Bond novel, "Casino Royale". Fleming was an English spy that lived in the area at one time. The most interesting …

Days 5-6: Hike to Cascais

A travel blog entry by superhikes

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... and finally Lisbon comes to an end.

1448. My Town of the Day (Por 042)
Alges, January 6, 2013, Day 180
4 hrs, 2.0 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 19.9 kms

Alges is the next town west of Lisbon, and it looks like it's going to be my only "new town" today. With a pleasant pedestrian street with statues of common folks and a city hall that looks more like a famiy mansion, it's nice to finish my day with a calm, down to earth sort of place.

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The week with Allan's sisters and niece

A travel blog entry by carallan

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... train to get a better overview of the area without having the pressure of driving through the narrow streets, trying to avoid the tourist buses which somehow managed to weave their way around all the narrow bends.

Friday was a public holiday, although we didn't realise that for a while. John's football game was on at 3pm at Belem, on the outskirts of Lisbon and right behind the Jeronimos Monastery, so we decided ...

All Good Things Come to an End

A travel blog entry by sylvialevy

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... upward and many other unhappy blokes going the other direction. All very Catholic and scary. I think I would prefer a simple basic box for my tomb, thank you very much. . .

After exploring the abbey we had one last lunch at a sidewalk cafe (with the Portuguese rooster mascot watching over us) before starting the going home part of our trip. The car has as of now been turned in ( just in time as the engine light came on) and I ...

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This 5 star hotel, located on Av. Marginal N0 8554, Cascais, is near Boca do Inferno, Casino Estoril, Tamariz Beach, and Golfe do Estoril.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Cascais Miragem

    Brandneues, fantastisches 5 Sterne Hotel

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    Ich war über Neujahrs im Hotel Cascais Mirage und muss sagen, dass sie dort eine unglaublich Party geschmissen haben!!!!

    Das Ambiente war fantastisch, das Personal sehr freundlich und das Essen war klasse.

    Außerdem ist das Hotel toll, alles in Marmor und zum Meer komplett offen, es ist nur 50 Meter vom Hotel .

    Ein absolutes Muss dieses Hotel!!!

    Cascais Miragem is a Gem!

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    Just read the review prior to mine and while I think the reviewer provides a pretty good description of the hotel itself and I can't necessarily refute any of the reviewer's deemed "negatives" of the hotel (other than his comments on service), I find the reviewer put too much weight behind what wasn't versus what was (although he still gave it an "Excellent" rating). I think the reviewer focused on too much on neighboring building or the minor inconvenience of having to get a physical to work out at the healthclub next door (but fails to mention that the healthclub - connected to the hotel - is one of the best healthclubs around - it is a full service health club not your typical "hotel" health club and well worth the 10 Euros). And the physical consisted on filling out a questionnaire and meeting with a cute female doctor to review your answers and take your blood pressure. Hardly onerous). Clearly hist three paragraphs of positives and only a small paragraph of negatives should not detract from what a gem this hotel really is.

    Great hotel for holidays

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    I agree with the previous review that the personnel was not only friendly but as warm and hospitable as hotal staff can be, we felt really at home. The beach and Cascais centre is in walking distance, and not to be missed. The food is excelent and the pool is great. That is why I do not understand the dissapointment of it not being and infinity edge pool...you've a good pool, as well as a great beach.

    Very nice hotel but not a dream

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    I stayed in the Cascais Miragem a long weekend, June 2006, with my family. The hotel's poetic website with dance and music and magic and the enthuastic reviews of all travellers on this website had raised our expectations way too high. Yes, the architecture is gorgeous, and so is the inhouse decoration. We thoroughly enjoyed the paintings, carpets, bathrooms, beds, flat screen TV, free internet in the lobby (10 euro daily rate for internet in the room), the most wonderful breakfast buffet we ever experienced in Europe, very professional and friendly staff in the restaurants (a bit less friendly at reception, I was really told off on the departure day, I only asked for a check out at 1h30 in stead of noon, but this was boldly refused after which I was told - unfriendly and with unappropriate authority - that the hotel was fully booked, which was not true), very nice swimming pool, location close to the beach and at walking distance from the very pleasant centre of Cascais and the seaside boulevard. And our son enjoyed the kids TV/cinema room and the in general very friendly attitude of staff. We also felt like kings in the private car which took us to and from the airport, the driver did not only drop us off, but went inside the terminal building to show us the check-in gate and returned to his car after an elegant hand kiss to my wife. Yes, apparently it is still possible in Europe to be treated as VIPs.

    Brand New fantastic 5 Star Hotel

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    I stayed at Hotel Cascais Mirage in the New Year's Party and I must say that they gave an incredible party!!!

    The ambience was fantastic, the staff very friendly and the food was great.

    Besides that the hotel by itself is amazing, all in marble and completely open to the Ocean that is 50 meters in front of the Hotel.

    A must see and experience Hotel!!!

    Excellent

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    we were given a nice suite, the commercial manager came to say hello and we had a splendid candle-light dinner at the hotel restaurant, the service was perfect. Then they arranged a table for us at the Estoril Casino, and the next day we spent it at the pool, just perfect with an excellent service. We just missed the spa which was not open yet.

    A Dream Hotel - Cascais Mirage

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    Absolutely wonderfull!!!

    Fantastic hotel Cascais Miragem and nearby towns

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    fabulous cascais miragem new hotel...all the bells and whistles. wonderful staff and surrounding towns. free internet access. made to order included breakfast. easy access to train..fun trip to lisbon. restaurants delicious everywhere every meal. beaches and views spectacular.

    Cascais Miragem Teething Problems

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    I am writing this review as the newly built 5 star Cascais Miragem is yet to be included to the list of hotels in Cascais.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cascais Miragem

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding