Winter Sunshine in Madeira
Quinta Bela Sao Tiago
Star Rating ****
The Quinta Bela Sao Tiago was built as a traditional manor house in 1849 and has been carefully renovated in 1998 to create a stylish hotel, located just five minutes' walk from the heart of the old town. Surrounded by five hectares of gardens with its own banana plantation and orchard, there are 62 air-conditioned bedrooms with balconies and enjoy views of the garden or the bay. The restaurant O Portico is in the old part of the house and the Por do Sol cocktail bar leads to the terrace overlooking the town and the ocean where breakfast can be taken in fine weather. There is a heated outdoor swimming pool and a fitness room, sauna, jacuzzi and Turkish bath.
- Kirker's Guide Notes to restaurants, museum and sightseeing
- Return flights
- Return private car transfers
- Accommodation including breakfast
- The services of the Kirker Concierge
- Two restaurants
- Cocktail bar
- Heated outdoor pool
- Fitness room
- Turkish bath
The Manor House was tastefully restored in 1998 into a luxurious 4-star plus hotel offering the highest level of modern comfort.
The Hotel has 64 guest rooms including 2 Junior Suites, 4 Deluxe Suites, a Presidential Suite, a Penthouse Suite and 2 large open plan family rooms. All have been designed to provide a luxurious and serene atmosphere close to the heart of Funchal. Maintaining the charm of a traditional Madeiran home with the sophistication of modern decor and appliances, these rooms bring together the best Madeira has to offer: tradition and contemporary elegance. All rooms have air conditioning and heating, a direct-dial telephone, wireless Internet, a cable TV, a mini-bar and a complete bathroom with bathrobes and hairdryer.
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