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This is a great hotel, in a lovely position overlooking the beach. It does have an awful lot of steps, and is a bit of a maze. The lifts are very tiny too. The rooms are lovely, with large balconies and are very comfortable. The...More
Second visit. Improvements noticed.
Dated but absolutely fit for purpose.
Great staff. Somehow this place grows on you. It’s Portuguese in design and flavour.
Everything in the room worked, great views, plenty of parking. Not romantic or posh.
We stayed here 3 days and it was more than enough... rooms are old and need renovation urgently... breakfast is not 4* worthy, if you want a better meal I would suggest the bar they have... the toasts are way better than the breakfast buffet....More
This Hotel was such a disappointment regardless of being in an excellent location just by the sea front. We were given room 101 which is on the lowest floor and you can hardly see the sea which was what attracted us to this Hotel.
The Hotel do Mar is one of three sizeable hotels right on top of the beach. The architect managed to design the hotel spilling down the steep hillside so that every room has a fine view of the beautiful bay and the busy beach. Every...More
Dear Ben, I love breakfast at the hotel because of the superb view. Good restaurants and cafes in the village are an easy walk away for anyone that is not mobility impaired. Car rental is advised to explore the region's... More
Dear Ben, I love breakfast at the hotel because of the superb view. Good restaurants and cafes in the village are an easy walk away for anyone that is not mobility impaired. Car rental is advised to explore the region's cliffs like Cape Espichel, beaches like Portinho, the Arrabida national park, the Troia peninsula, the nearest town Setubal (from where ferries to Troia leave), and Lisbon. All these and more are within an easy drive and short driving distance. Sesimbra is a cute but I imagine v crowded village in the summertime (never been in the summer for that reason) so it might be nice to have the freedom to move around a bit.