Room was comfortable and spacious - even better than we had anticipated. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful - and keen to make our stay enjoyable. We thoroughly enjoyed breakfast - fantastic range of choices. The pool was fine for adults but not really large enough for children to enjoy. Location of the hotel is good - nicely placed for a short walk to beach or the rail link to neighbouring Cascais. Casino and restaurants also close by although we usually went into Cascais to eat in evening.
Located as close to the beach as possible and halfway between the centres of Estoril and Cascais the hotel has good see views and large comfortable rooms and reasonable prices.
The staff are a little disorganised, the furniture a little tired and breakfast can get very crowded but overall it is quite a good hotel and we had a good holiday
Traveller from Stoke-on-Trent
The Estoril Eden is an Aparthotel ideally located near the sea, only 20 minutes from Lisbon, with a splendid view over …More
I looked at several hotels in the Estoril area for one that suited our needs and price bracket. Having read a lot of varying reviews on this hotel I decided it was worth a chance. In the end it was not so much taking a chance as falling on our feet. From the moment we checked in, welcomed by smiling reception staff that were very friendly and helpful. I had previously emailed a request for a room at the rear as I had read they were quieter than the rooms in the front and was given a perfect room up on the 4th floor, well away from any noise. During our time at the hotel the staff were all very efficient and nothing was too much trouble. The bar is looked after by staff that never stop smiling and serving. The breakfast was perfectly acceptable with eggs, bacon etc, and lots of fruit and bread with jams, coffee from a machine was fine. Altogether a very nice stay and would not think twice about going back if we need to revisit Estoril or Cascais.
Lovely well kept spacious appartment with very welcoming staff. Lovely pool too. Only downside it is a 15 minute uphill walk from the beach so would not suit elderly or infirm guests. One nice touch was a bottle of bubbly on my birthday! We would stay again.
The hotel was as expected,quite a small room ,suitable for two people .The bathroom was nice ,a change of towels each day,the hotel was in a very peaceful area.The breakfast was fine,if you stayed here more than a week it became very boring.Staff very friendly, but the staff downstairs in the non-alcohol bar need to get a personality. Pool area not up to much,need to change the loungers,because of the trees, lots of shade,and to end this review,if you are not fit or not in the first flush of youth do not attempt the hill climb from the Casino to the hotel, get a taxi,i am 74, walked it twice a day,but I am on the tight side
The popular seaside resort of Estoril was the haunt of exiled European aristocracy in the 19th century, and a wartime refuge from 1939-45. Grand mansions and villas are set in the verdant hills backing the town, and a gothic-style castle overlooks the main beach. Estoril Casino is Europe’s largest and stages top shows. Cascais is just three kilometres and Lisbon 26 kilometres away, and several championship golf courses are nearby.