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All reviews glass wall rental car indoor pool north side sao miguel ocean view bar menu main restaurant nice hotel hot and cold items foosball table hotel facing night light sauna and steam room turkish bath breakfast room is free breakfast is
Nordic style hotel with glass panel between bedroom and bathroom it has an electric blind so no problem similar to many Nordic hotels
Lovely location but like anywhere on Sao Mguel Island you will need a car, the hotel is isolated and 45 minutes walk...More
Great value - what does that really mean when you have selected the hotel for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the Azores?
First the good:
Very clean hotel with comfortable rooms, friendly staff, and beautiful views of the rugged coastline on the north side of Sao...More
I recently returned from a week at the Pedras do Mar. It's located 10 km due north of the airport and Ponta Delgada. Its peaceful, quiet and lovely.
The glass panel in the bathroom is now covered with an opaque white material, so that oil...More
The hotel looks beautiful and we had an enjoyable visit to the Azores. The room was lovely and was very comfortable.
There are several things missing from this hotel which would make it 5 stars in my opinion.
Changing rooms for the spa for example....More
-Stellar views from the ocean front rooms, the mountain side not so much...
-After all the reviews of the bathrooms and the glass wall you would think something would have been done but it hasn't so just deal with it or stay else where.
You definitely need a car to get around unless you are planning on not leaving the resort. The parking was always plentiful at all the restaurants. Plus there are well marked hiking trails and viewpoints around the island... More
You definitely need a car to get around unless you are planning on not leaving the resort. The parking was always plentiful at all the restaurants. Plus there are well marked hiking trails and viewpoints around the island. So much to see but you need a car.