Pestana Casino Park Hotel

Address: Rua Imperatriz D. Amelia 55, Funchal, Madeira, Madeira Islands, 9004-513, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Rua Imperatriz D. Amelia 55, Funchal, is near Wicker Toboggan Sled Ride, Workers' Market (Mercado dos Lavradores), Quinta do Palheiro Ferreiro, and Avenida do Mar.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Pestana Casino Park Hotel Funchal

    Loved the Hypnotist!

    from

    Stayed a week at the Carlton and can't wait to go back in March! It was our 25th wedding anniversary and we had one of the best holidays of our lives! The hotel was good, good food and prime location. The swimming pool area was where we spent most of our holiday. The entertainment at the hotel was OK with the highlight of our stay was seeing a hypnotist for the very first time. He was absolutely brilliant, hillarious! Steve Owens was his name and a definately worth seeing.

    Beautiful-We were treated with great care.

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    We[my husband and I]weretaken off a cruise ship

    on Christmas day1999,because of his illness.I was taken to the hotel and given a lovely room,I well looked after during mt husbands three day stay in hospital.On his release,and for a further five days which took in the New Year we were looked after with great care by all the staff and management.Iwould not hesitate to return to this hotel for a holiday or to recommend it to anyone.

    Fabulous! No kids!

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    Surely the reviewer who moaned about there 'not being anywhere for teenagers to hang out' realised before he went that this resort, particularly this hotel, is not geared to teenagers. You would have thought that anyone would do their basic research before setting off on holiday. What a perfect holiday - no teenagers or kids! Bliss!

    Worth a visit

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    Visited for 1 week may 3rd 2004. Hotel in excellent position about the closest to Funchal Centre of all Major Hotels. Grounds and Pool area good with good views over harbour. Hotel main areas impressive and clean. I found staff most helpful and friendly (give it a try and just engage them in conversation). Bedrooms and corridors to bedrooms need updating but were clean) There is a Casino on site with a Disco downstairs which seemed lively to me even though I am not of Disco age. Breakfast OK if a little monotonous only ate once in the evening - food good however they often put on some entertainment in the restaurant but we found this only average - meal for 2 was 70 euros inc a bottle of wine (fixed charge) in hotel and 88 euros in Cabaret room. For beer drinkers a pint costs 4 Euros. Several restaurants around hotel ( try area about 200 yards away walking away from Funchal) and few bars with charges from around 25 euros for a meal for two to 50 Euros including drinks. Bars around the hotel charge from 2 Euros to 4 Euros for a pint. We were recommended to try afternoon tea at Reids Hotel (23 Euros each) and needs to be booked. The afternoon tea was not a patch on afternoon tea at the Savoy in London ( a must do when visiting London) but the view was worthwhile.

    Lovely views

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    The view from the balcony over Funchal and the harbour is worth five stars alone. The crew was very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our week a lot. Would strongly recommend a junior sweet. The room is big, maybe not quite five-star equipped. But the view makes you forgive a lot. Just wait for the sun to set and see the city lighten up...

    Exceptional.

    from

    Enjoyed this place so much, the staff, the cuisine, the rooms. Already been twice both times in December which is particularily good for the children as the Christmas lights and atmosphere are fantastic, the weather at this time of year is much better than back home too. Takes a bit of getting used to seeing Father Christmas in shorts though. Were out there again in Oct 2003. Looking forwards to dancing to the resident band in the cocktail bar. When we first went there was two of us, then four. This year there will be seven.

    Not very kid friendly

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    We have just come back from a week at the Carlton Park. The Buffet breakfast is OK but not particularly encouraging. Drinks at the bar were quite expensive, 4 euros for a pint of beer, and coke was expensive. The internet facilities were poor, with one indifferent computer serving the whole hotel. Be warned also that there is nowhere for teenagers to hang out, no games room for example. The hotel shops are hopeless, selling newspapers at a huge mark up and nothing else that you would ever want to buy, just tourist tat, and bottles of expensive wine. The room was good, nicely carpeted, and all rooms can see the sea.There is one table tennis table by the pool, and a pool table in the bar area. The pool is not particularly large, and deep in places....mainly in the middle, confusing for kids.

    Excellent!

    from

    Hotel (ACOMADATION) Great accomadation, the rooms were larger then my own house and a lot warmer! The cleaners did an excellent job, sweeping every corner so its spic as a spam. Great heating for sure and there were extra blankets for us. Comfy beds and has a tv, full equipped mini bar and a beautiful bathroom though the shower is dodgy

    Friendly Carlton

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    The hotel is definitely the best i have stayed at for a holiday. The staff are really there to help you enjoy your stay, nothing appears too much trouble. The rooms are large and clean and all with good views either to sea or overlooking Funchal.There are many spots inside and outside the hotel to relax and just read. The food is of a high standard in all the various restaurants. 10/10

    Great Holiday

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    One of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. Excellent facilities with very friendly and efficient staff who go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The entertainment and the meals provided at the cabaret nights were exceptional and made it all together a memorable holiday. In fact it was so good, we are going back again next year. We recommended it to friends and they agreed with our recommendation and were also full of praise for the service provided.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Pestana Casino Park Hotel Funchal

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Funchal

    REFLECTIONS FROM THE REFLECTION

    A travel blog entry by liliens on Oct 23, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    We have been on this ship for 5 days now, with 10 more to come. Being the newest of the Celebrity fleet, it is loaded with all the bells and whistles you could want. It's a beautiful ship, too, with art everywhere, some of which is outlandish or high-tech. For instance, a framed painting which is actually a slow ever-changing video. The ship's atrium features a full-size living tree suspended in mid-air high overhead. The top deck has a large grassy lawn ...

    Oct. 21: Funchal (last day, gardens , at hotel)

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 21, 2014

    28 photos

    Oh... There always has to be a last day of a vacation spot, and this is ours. All of us decided that this day was going to be spent, just enjoying the beauty of the Reid's Palace, and packing our bags to leave for London tomorrow. After breakfast, Jacques went back to the room, and began reading his morning newspaper. Marina joined him, and began the horrendous (according to her) job of organizing and packing Jacques. Followed, of course, ...

    Oct. 20: Funchal (town)

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 20, 2014

    5 photos

    Another day began over a delicious buffet breakfast in the garden room. The weather was still a little ify, but the temperature was wonderful, and loaded with lots of wind, and rough seas. The hotel put the "red" flag up, closing the beach, and the salt water beach pool. The employees were walking around the pools, shrouded with towels over their heads. The guests were dashing from one spot to another, dodge each other, and the ever present ...

    Oct. 19: Funchal (full day at the spa, for two)

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 19, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    The "day of darkness" began amidst constant cracks of thunder and flashes of lightening. Eating breakfast at 9:00a.m., in the darkness of night felt really weird. Today, Marin and I were going to spend the day in the spa.... So this was perfectly event planning on my part. In walking across the width of the property, with borrowed umbrellas sloshing in the rain, with my agua feet on, I felt much better than Marina, who drenched her leather slides, to the point of removing some of ...

    Oct. 18: Funchal (town and market)

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Oct 18, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... the saltwater pool, but it was frigidly cold, as the sea. After a brief stint in the sun, both Jacques and I had to get to the shade, which was not available at this location, this time of day. Jacques went back up to the room, Marina stayed rolled over, and went to sleep within minutes, and I went swimming for a few minutes in one of their two lovely pools. I was the only one in the pool, and the temperature was perfect. After about ...