Pousada de Pestana Village (Madeira) Information

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Pestana Village (Madeira)

Pestana Village

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Facilities

  • Number of rooms : 87
  • 5 Junior suites
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Parking (payable)
  • Fitness Centre
  • Restaurant
  • Pool bar
  • Sauna
  • Wellness Center (payable)
  • Jacuzzi
  • Turkish Bath
  • Shuttle (payable)
  • 24h Reception
  • Room Service
  • Airport (23km)

4* Garden Resort Hotel

The hotel

The 4-star Pestana Village is a collection of small studios and junior suites surrounded by 5,000 m² of leafy gardens and only a 5 minute taxi ride from the centre of Funchal.

The studio rooms each feature a small kitchenette and private balcony with views of the sea, mountains, pool or garden. They are decorated in a typical Madeiran style using warm colours and have en-suite bathrooms, TVs and free Wi-Fi.

The spacious outdoor swimming pool snakes around the property and there is a smaller pool for children as well asa number of sun loungers. Guests can quench their thirst mid-swim by heading over to the pool’s swim-up bar. The hotel has its own health club featuring a gym, sauna and Jacuzzi and guests can use the Pestana Miramar’s facilities, which are located on the same premises, such as the heated indoor pool.

In addition to the poolside bar which operates in summer months, Pestana Village also has the Bar da Fonte located in an interior courtyard around a picturesque fountain.

As for the restaurants, these are shared with the neighbouring Pestana Miramar and include the Adega Madeirense, serving traditional Madeiran dishes, the Luigi Pizzeria and the Al Fresco restaurant which enjoys excellent views of the mountains and city and offers light lunches and summer themed dinners.

The Pestana Village has parking (daily fees apply).

Leisure facilities

• Outdoor swimming pool
• Children’s outdoor pool
• Indoor heated pool (Pestana Miramar)
• Wellness centre, massages and beauty treatments (payable)
• Fitness centre
• Jacuzzi
• Turkish bath
• Games room

Location

Relax in the charming, green city of Funchal on the island of Madeira. Surrounded by mountains, this vibrant city faces the depths of the blue Atlantic and boasts a mild climate all year round.

Funchal is Madeira’s oldest city and where the island’s first settlement was established. Exploring the old town you can spot testaments to its history through some of the remaining 15th century buildings such as the Corpo Santo Chapel. The Rua de Santa Maria is one of the city’s oldest streets and you will spot some old family-run businesses.

Its prime position in the Atlantic means that Madeira has often been used as a stopover for ships traversing the Atlantic, and as its main port city, Funchal became a key trading point. The city has come on a long way from its roots as a fennel-growing pirate haven and has evolved into a world class destination renowned for its modern and lively atmosphere with many great restaurants, hotels and entertainment venues, not to mention the natural beauty surrounding the city.

It is one of the main ports of call for cruise liners and many cruise ships berth in Funchal on their maiden voyage. Seeing multiple cruise ships in port is quite a usual sight in this city and the cafes, restaurants and historic centre are just moments away from the port.  The nightlife scene has much to offer visitors with bars and clubs open until the early hours and the popular Madeira Casino offering nightly entertainment.

Alongside the popular cosmopolitan areas like Funchal, Madeira is a rich, beautiful island with experiences to cater to many tastes. With nearly two thirds of the island’s surface classified as a nature reserve, there is no shortage of beautiful natural scenery, and one of the most popular activities is the Levada and mountain hikes. These routes follow the 16th century ‘Levadas’ which are open air canals used to carry water from the dense forests and waterfalls to the island’s towns and cities.  These hikes take you through some of the greenest parts of the island and you can marvel at the luscious laurel forests and picturesque waterfalls.

For those looking for adventurous breaks, Madeira has a wealth of activities including diving, surfing, swimming with dolphins, boat trips, mountain-biking, canyoning and even coastal paragliding. Many of the island’s hotels have swimming pools so you’re never far from somewhere to cool off.

Like many archipelagos, Madeira has a number of fascinating customs and delicacies that are unique to the island. The toboggan rides through the city of Funchal, where people barrel down steep hills in large wicker baskets aided by ‘drivers’ in boater hats, is a intriguing sight to behold, and an exhilarating experience. As an island nation, seafood plays a huge role in Madeira’s gastronomy, but its mild year-round climate creates the perfect conditions to grow delicious produce such as bananas, pineapples and sugar cane.  One of the island’s traditional drinks is ‘Poncha’ made with brandy cane sugar, lemons and honey and no trip is complete without sampling some traditional Madeira wine.

It typically takes between 4-6 hours to fly to Madeira from the UK. Some airlines offer direct flights to the island, while others connect via Lisbon.

How to get there

Faro airport : 23 Km

Region & Cuisine

Madeira is a rich, beautiful island with experiences to cater to many tastes. With nearly two thirds of the island’s surface classified as a nature reserve, there is no shortage of beautiful natural scenery, and one of the most popular activities is the Levada and mountain hikes. These routes follow the 16th century ‘Levadas’ which are open air canals used to carry water from the dense forests and waterfalls to the island’s towns and cities.  These hikes take you through some of the greenest parts of the island and you can marvel at the luscious laurel forests and picturesque waterfalls and the highest point is Pico Puivo at 1862 m above sea level.

For those looking for adventurous breaks, Madeira has a wealth of activities including diving, surfing, swimming with dolphins, boat trips, mountain-biking, canyoning and even coastal paragliding. Many of the island’s hotels have swimming pools so you’re never far from somewhere to cool off. Like many archipelagos, Madeira has a number of fascinating customs and delicacies that are unique to the island. The toboggan rides through the city of Funchal, where people barrel down steep hills in large wicker baskets aided by ‘drivers’ in boater hats, is an intriguing sight to behold, and an exhilarating experience.

As an island nation, seafood plays a huge role in Madeira’s gastronomy, but its mild year-round climate creates the perfect conditions to grow delicious produce such as bananas, pineapples and sugar cane.  One of the island’s traditional drinks is ‘Poncha’ made with brandy cane sugar, lemons and honey and no trip is complete without sampling some traditional Madeira wine.

Madeira enjoys pleasant weather throughout most the year with averages of 25ºC in the summer and 15 to 17ºc in the winter, making it the perfect destination for some winter sun. The island also happens to be famous for its spectacular New Year’s Eve celebrations with a large fireworks display lighting up Funchal’s bay at midnight.

How to get to Madeira?

Flights to the island can vary between 3 hrs 45mins for a direct flight (airlines include Easyjet, BA and TAP) and around 6 hours connecting via Lisbon. Once in Madeira, you have several easy options to get to your hotel, and the Pestana Hotels are all around 25 minutes from the airport by car.

Getting from the airport to you hotel is straightforward, you can get a taxi from Arrivals for around 30€ for a 20-30 minute journey. There are also Aerobus shuttles taking you into Funchal’s city centre that take 40 – 50 minutes for around 8€ per person for a return ticket.

*Details correct as of November 2018, prices subject to variation.


Prices are displayed per room for the period requested at the current exchange rate available.

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Additional information:

Pousadas of Portugal:

Children: Generally the cost of an extra bed for a child under 13 years is free (when sharing a twin/double room with 2 parents). 

Half-board: Most Pousadas offer a varied 3-course 'Table d'Hote' menu from £27 per person excluding drinks, and from £36 for their Pousadas in Cascais, Porto and Lisbon. 
An extensive 'a la carte' selection is available at all Pousadas, these menus change seasonally.

Pestana Hotels and Resorts:

Children: Prices for extra beds for one or more children will be displayed at best rate available for each room type with capacity for additional beds.

Half-board: Most Pestana hotels offer 'a la carte' and buffet dining options.

 

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