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Aldeamento Pedras D'el Rei, Santa Luzia, 8800-531 Tavira – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds
Tennis Court, Golf Course (within 2 miles), Windsurfing, Darts, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Diving, Water Sports Facilities (on site), Massage, Bicycle Rental, Playground
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Safe, Shops (on site), Family Rooms, Heating
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 7.50 per person per night in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
When booking more than 8 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Offering self-catering studios in the small fishing village of Fuseta, the Estudios Salinas – Fuzeta has a rooftop furnished terrace overlooking Ria Formosa Natural Park from a distance.
Score from 218 reviews Very good
Not far from Tavira’s bustling town center, Hotel Porta Nova enjoys a quiet hillside location. Its modern rooms feature a private balcony. Facilities include indoor and outdoor pools.
Score from 909 reviews Good
Surrounded by ancient trees and lush grounds, Monte Da Eira features an outdoor pool and tennis court. It is located in Quinta do Morgado, just one mile from Tavria Beach.
Score from 456 reviews Very good
Situated on the banks of the Ria Formosa, in the center of Tavira, Vila Galé Tavira offers elegant rooms with a private balcony. Facilities include an outdoor pool and a spa.
Score from 533 reviews Good
the apartment was looking out towards the beach, a lovely spot, have stayed at Pedras D'el Rei before and liked it very much but as there were four of us this time the bigger apartment was ideal, we will go back again as soon as we can.
the only fault was not enough kitchen utencils,ie, bowls, a whisk, salad bowl ect. not enough of a problem to put us off going there again.
location and cost, which are the biggest thing for me
the fact that they couldn't loan the beach train cards or the hair dryer without us showing our credit card and them making a note of the deposit on that card for each item. every time we went to the desk we needed to have our credit card to get any kind of service. even though we used the same card for everything.
I like the location and that it was accessable to other areas and locations
good place to stay villas are set apart with good areas of lawn to sit at the back .quite and relaxing. Good eating restaurant in the fishing village next door and train down to the beach. Tavira interesting place to visit more than once
Internet only in reception area
No internet in rooms
The photos online are not what our apartment looked like. We slept on sofa/beds that were uncomfortable.
Location, the beach, the resort, the houses
the swimming pool is too small for the size of the resort and tall people may find the beds too short (not my case...)
Very good location and surroundings Good weather and a lot of green
The houses are not well taken care And there are a few problems with the kitchen (small fridge and no microwave) and no air-conditioner
1.The spread of the complex and sufficient parking spaces. 2.The surrounds - lawn, pathways are well kept.
1.The narrow steps leading up to our unit and was quit risky carrying our luggage up the steps especially in the dark. 2. There was no electric kettle for boiling water to make coffee/tea, and it had to be requested. I would think this a very basic kitchen appliance since there was a toaster and even utensils to do baking. 3. The housekeeping was done about 5pm in the evening which was a bit inconvenient since that's when we got back from the beach and needed to use the shower etc. 4. The gel/shampoo and toilet paper were running out but the housekeepers had to be told to refill them. 5. The reception staff do not smile. They act very mechanical when dealing with guests.
- Staff: nice and helpful; - Location: near the beach and the river; - Nice food at the restaurants in the nearby village.
- Bungalow we were given was too old and needs being refurbished! Even though the place was clean, it was way too basic for the price we paid. Overall, very uncomfortable place. There were no real beds but a cement base with a mattress on top! I've slept better in third world countries and for €170/night I was expecting a lot better! - Swimming pool was too small and full of kids, like sardines in a tin. The swimming pool/restaurant area was infested with mosquitoes and made going there at night a big no no!
Very Green and spacious. The old olive trees (some with many centuries of life) are remarkable. Location is great, the old train service to the beach is a must Pool is very nice.
In some days, Zumba class with loud music so close to the pool.
the apartment. very uncomfortable mattresses. the apartments need to be renovated.
Quiet, green resort in east Algarve, not a high rise in sight. Perhaps best compliment is that it was 95% Portuguese families. 10 min walk to a beautiful sandy beach Bar, shops have what you need. Roomy enough apartment. Resort restaurant food was good.
Twin beds, no double. Resort cafe food hit and miss.
Staff in Bar Nora were efficient and friendly.
Neighbouring apartment having bathroom refit caused drilling noises from 9:10 am : 10pm for 3 days Symapthetic cleaners who were equally appalled at neighbour's bathroom activities. Whole place needs either demolishing/refurbishing or turning into a museum showing how people used to have holidays in the 1970s. Black old fashioned furniture is clunky and dysfunctional; cramped kitchen with saucepans stored on top of cupboards - you are 2m tall aren't you? Cockroach colony living behind doorframe in the bathroom and ants pretty much everywhere else, even in the bed at times Bathroom floor so old and eroded that there was more cement than tiles left in places. Caged birds kept in concrete pen treated as attraction is not acceptable in 21st century. On site restaurant is expensive, of mediocre quality and inefficiently run - try the nearby St Luzia for far better food (excluding the Tapas bar though) Road markings and signage is terrible and difficult to know what is a parking and what is the road in the village which probably explains why every car has a dent in it. Internet only in reception which is long way from apartment.
pool area nice
no aircon bed basically a fold out sofa
Location, environment, beach.
Furniture (old and not very clean). The apartment was booked for three but only two had a proper bed!
I have been coming here for over 30 years. A more peaceful, unpretentious place you will not in the eastern Algarve. Staff are kind and efficient. The nearby beaches are clean and quiet. You can't go wrong if you come here!.
I loved how environmentally friendly the facility is, with all the possibilities to recycle and to rent bikes and live eco-friendly. I really felt in contact with nature, woke up with birds singing and went to the beautiful beach passing by fantastic views of the village gardens, flowers and surrounding wetlands. Really appreciated all the benefits of the facility, the well kept gardens and the convenience of the train that brings to the beach. Loved also the bar and the tennis court, just 5 euro per hour! Very very beautiful and relaxing.
Superb natural location, fair access to regular urban facilities, good preservation/adaptation after 40 years
Weekend open air musical animation
The kindness of the reception.
The very poor cleaning of the apartment. The distance between the apartment and the beach without sidewalks. The bekfast was very poor. After 30 minutes from opening the fruit had already gone, and they do not replace. Coffee is not included for breakfast.
The apartment was dark and cave like........and not totally clean. If we had been traveling with children we would have rejected the room completely as the 'beds' we're a botched attempt at bunks inside a cupboard! The top bunk was reached by a rickety ladder with screws protruding by an inch each side....The kitchen had no kettle, toaster (nor grill)....The only reason we stayed without complaint is due to the fact that we loved the location.
The location near Praia de Barril.
No dish soap to wash dishes.
i would like a double bed that the only flaw city ireland monica
There was very little to commend this location I'm afraid. Ants all over the kitchen, musty and incredibly dated decor, cheap furnishings, poorly equipped, bad signage and a general sense of decay. No direct route to the sea in the evenings. Not our cup of tea at all.
Close to the beach (a tiny train takes you to Praia do Barril)
Studio Appartments a little outdated
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