Lagos Luxury hotels, Portugal
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nice hotel for what we paid however would not pay the rates they charge for summer months. Asked about the excercise room and sauna and was told where it was. The problem is that it is owned by a private club and as a result was not open. WIFI cost money and is the slowest internet you will ever have (standard for Europe it seems). Breakfast was good and plentiful. Grounds were very nice.
"Fantastic spa hotel, very modern"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 10, 2012
My wife and I absolutely loved the hotel and, more importantly, the staff. The service was fantastic, everyone was polite, and many of them went above and beyond their call of duty to help us when we had an unexpected issue come up. It may have helped that we were traveling during the off season and the hotel wasn't full, but nevertheless, we found the hotel staff to be friendly and helpful. Their recommendations for activities were spot on. The hotel looks very modern (a little futuristic with the expansive white marble lobby and alternating coloured lights in the angular hallways). The room was comfortable and chic, and the bathtub in the middle of the room was a delight! The only downside is that the hotel is not in the middle of Lagos, and required either a 10 minute bike-ride (recommended!) or 5 minute drive to get to Lagos. There aren't many options for restaurants in walking distance to the hotel besides the one in the hotel and two at the beach (but they were decent). My wife and I had no problems whatsoever getting to Lagos to explore and to be in the middle of everything, and on some days we chose to go to the wide open (and almost deserted!) beach across from the hotel for solitude and privacy. We loved this hotel and our time there. For your information, we were vacationing in the end of May, which is off-season, and we found that to be the best time to travel to the Algarve.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 10, 2011
This hotel was nice and comfortable. The pool was large, but a little cold. I think they need an outside spa. The fee to use the gym and indoor pool and spa should be waived ($15 euro). This is typically part of the room fee. I thought that was unreasonable. Overall, it was a nice hotel to stay at.