It was hard to take the suitcases to the room, they do not have people to help. There is just one computer in a squeezed room called business center and it is always busy. The garden is not well cared.
"Nice Apartment Hotel, walking distance to centre. "
Check in was fast, Apartment Hotel was very clean, extra beds were ready at no extra cost. Lots of extra towels.
Our kids had great fun playing at the ping pong table, in the swimming pool and we all enjoyed the hottub late at night.
Continental breakfast was reasonable in the sun room, the Parrots add a little flair in the morning.
I would recommend this to a friend!!!
Traveller from A
Main house built in the 19th century, this former palace welcomes guests looking to experience genuine Portuguese hospitality …More
used buses and train to visit Lisbon and surrounding cities and historical places. Sintra is very quiet and old so you will use it as a base for adventures. if you want to party all the time, stay in Lisbon proper. Sintra's coast is magnificent. miles of hiking trails. fishing from shore or boat. almost everyone speaks English here.
Hotel is Nice. You will need a car if you are planing to stay here. All the difference is made by the hotel Rep. Pedro. He will go out of his way to answered all your questions. He will make you feel at home. From restaurants to sight seen places He will give the best of advice. Hotel has a nice private parking lot and a nice view to the water.
Traveller from Montral Canada
The Quinta da Vigia Serviced Apartments are located in Colares, near Sintra, within 30 km of the Lisbon International …More
This B&B is in a great location in Sintra, it is walking distance to most of the main attractions in the area. I recently stayed here on my honeymoon and my husband and I received great suggestions on local attractions and restaurants nearby from the staff. Our room was clean and spacious and the breakfast was good. Even though the B&B was booked, we didn't see or hear anyone else besides the staff during our stay, so it felt like we had the whole house to ourselves. Oh Sintra also had parking available which was a big plus, however, I would recommend leaving a car behind if possible. We had a really lovely stay and would definitely recommend staying here
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the lush woods and spectacular mountain valleys of Sintra have been a royal retreat since medieval times, popularised by 19th-century romantic writers. Sintra National Palace, with its magnificent collection of exotic tiles, dominates the town. The atmospheric ruins of the Castle of the Moors lie three kilometres southwest and the Disney-like pseudo-medieval Pena National Palace is four kilometres to the south.