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Martinhal Cascais in Cascais, Portugal

On Portugal's verdant Atlantic coast, with the majestic Sintra Mountains towering in the distance, discover Onyria Marinha Edition Hotel & Thalasso – part of the LVX collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. Just outside of Lisbon, this spectacular resort provides guests a serene haven in plush rooms brimming with natural light and understated elegance. Unique modern design brings the beauty of nature indoors, and you admire the coast from your spacious balcony. Relax in deep comfort, enjoy modern amenities, and sink into the tranquility of coastal Portugal. At the Onyria Marinha Edition Hotel & Thalasso Hotel, you may fall in love with Cascais, and never want to leave.

After a light breakfast, stroll to the spa and melt your stresses away. Then, head just next door to play 18-holes at the Quinta da Marinha Golf Club, before a relaxing afternoon on the sun-kissed beach. Lounge on golden sands, or hit the azure waves on a surfboard or kayak. Take a romantic yacht cruise along the coast, complete with a champagne lunch, or take to the deep seas for a day of rugged sport fishing. Hike and mountain bike along the coast or in the verdant mountains of Sintra Cascais National Park. Get a taste of history with an afternoon of sightseeing, stopping at the Church at Nossa Senhora da Assunccao to see beautiful 17th century artworks, and then touring the Castro Guimaraes Museum, housed in a breathtaking mansion overlooking the sea. Take an evening at the Monumental de Cascais to watch a classic bullfight, before returning to the hotel for cocktails and dinner to bring the day to a wonderful close with a perfect glass of wine.

Location of Martinhal Cascais

Martinhal Cascais
Rua Clube Casa 36, Quinta Da Marinha
Cascais, Portugal

Nearest Airport: LIS

Amenities for Martinhal Cascais

  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • Indoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Horse Stables
  • Putting Green
  • Driving Range
  • 2 Outdoor Pools
  • 18-Hole Golf Course
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Tennis
  • Golf Lessons
  • Squash
  • Horseback Riding
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Interests
  • Golf

Reviews for Martinhal Cascais

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

I work for the Ukā€™s Biggest international airline and work up the pointy end. We as a family regularly travel around the world and this was one of the best family holidays we have had. We have 2 boys 8 and 5 and stayed in one of the villas which was very good. We also looked in on one of the bedrooms with bunk beds and it was much larger that normal and very good. Breakfast was very good. Hotel very good and safe. Outdoor kids area ( zip wires , climbing frame , 2 x trampolines , air hockey , table football all very good. There are 2 pools at this time of year. Both heated , one outdoor but covered by a big dome, the other indoor in the spa which has an outdoor bit as well. Kids of all ages allowed in both at all times. Lovely site, great location, hired bikes (30 mins into cascais ) . We had a car which was an easy 35 min drive from the airports, but there was a shuttle bus into cascais for a small fee. Cascais lovely, excellent food , loads of restaurants , safe and lovely promenade along towards estoril . Bonus about the villa is there is a small kitchen ( microwave, oven, fridge freezer, hob, all plates, glasses , pans etc. ) This meant we ate in more than we thought and with a good Lidl down the road meant the food saving from eating in or out was better spent on the large 2 bed villa. I spoke to the hotel manger and she was aware of the trip adviser comments re lunch and dinner. She said a new chef was due there in a month or so , and expected big improvements. We didnā€™t do HB based on the other reviews but did eat in one night at the hotel. They put on a different movie every 16:00 and 19:00 each day nearby To the restaurant. The food and service was ok but not 5*. Overall a great 6 day stay, nothing within close walking distance but a lovely setting, quiet, safe and great for kids . We will go back.

Airbi - Surrey, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

I really enjoyed my stay at Martinhal resort Cascais. It was nice to have someone monitoring my kids while I was eating. My kids enjoyed the room and the play. I would definitely recommend. Good price and quality value.

humela2018 - Lisbon, Portugal

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful property set in gorgeous lush vegetation. Service was super friendly and professional always. Lots to do within the hotel and nearby activities/excursions. Everything can be arranged. The rooms were bigger and more beautiful than expected. Always a sense of calm and tranquillity even if the hotel was almost full. Children loved the heated indoor kids pool flooded with natural daylight and with a toasty air temperature too. Horse riding nearby and a visit to UNESCO listed town of Sintra were also holiday highlights.

louiseacb - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

I love Portugal. I love the people and the food and the country and the climate, I love their openness and positivity all of which made this hotel so disappointing. You see just building a great hotel isn't enough. Employing great friendly staff (And the staff here are lovely, and helpful and friendly and polite) isn't enough. There needs to be competent, determined management done without a clipboard and a spreadsheet, because that lovely hotel needs maintaining and those brilliant staff need support. This place got 3 stars because it's a kids hotel, because the kids loved the kids club, the playground and they'd love swimming even in a hippo hole. They cried when they left; they'd made the kinds of best friends you only make when you're 6, and they never ever wanted to leave (apart from meal times) so if you have no functioning tastebuds and you just want respite while junior exhausts himself, read no further, this is for you. The kids will be ecstatic and you'll be asleep. If that's not you, then here's the rub. The hotel is tired. In our villa the heating/cooling didn't work. It was February and while the heating was eventually made to warm upstairs, we might as well have had a hotel room as downstairs was unusable because it was never better than freezing. The bathrooms have been designed by a person with no children. All the walls are glass, including those opening onto the bedrooms, so if you have to put the light on at night - which with kids is a given - you fill the bedrooms with lots of lovely bright light. The toilet/shower shares a huge, heavy and in our bathroom; broken sliding glass door. Once it's moving it's a superb kid finger trap. Outside the designers have specified lots of exposed steel which was designed to age with a nice coating of fashionable rust. Unfortunately, either because the hotel is by the sea or the builders ripped off the owner with cheap steel, the rust is a bit more extensive. We found big areas of jagged rusty metal around pools and on edgings where kids are going to be investigating. There's a giant slippery glass staircase at the heart of the hotel, I lost count of the parents I heard imploring their little darlings to be careful or not to play on the stairs. We kind of understand that hotels get worn. and that some repairs are complex and expensive, but we paid over Ā£1500 in the quiet season for our 3 night stay, so I expect better. Especially from the kitchen. I'm not going to mince my words here, the food in this place is awful, breakfast included highlights like that wartime staple re-constituted bacon and sausages made of despair. They even needed three goes at boiling eggs before they arrived not like bullets. However, the bread was fresh and the fruit was good. Lunchtime burgers involved plastic cheese, soggy fries and a long wait. Dinners were truly awful. congealed sauces, non-specific meat chunks, fillet steak that was skirt, plastic spaghetti and sauce and truly, truly awful pizza. This was like eating in a British seaside hotel in the 1980s, except they couldn't even do breakfast. We didn't eat at the smaller restaurant by the kids club, it was not open in the evenings in the off season, and frankly we went out for lunch after day one because it was safer. To cap all that it was expensive. And we were in Portugal, surrounded by delicious fresh food at very reasonable prices. Anyone who came and only visited this place would go away with a very poor opinion of Portuguese food. The chef should be ashamed letting food like that out on plates. Except it's probably not his fault. In every fault with this place I saw the dark hand of an accountant. "substitute cheap ingredients for better ones - nobody will notice" "repair the rusty stuff later, it will be OK for now" "make the guests collect their own room service, they'll like the walk" (yes you read that right, room service you had to go and get, because after all that's the point of room service isn't it?) It's a familiar pattern once a great hotel concept passes the first flush of youth, expands to a few more sites, starts buying at discounts from bigger suppliers, sometimes it works. Not here. So would I go back? No, not if my life depended on it, but I feel for the excellent staff, because your boss and his accountant are letting you down badly.

Dsutherland - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

We had a marvelous week at Martinhal Cascais. It's not only great for small kids but the playground is also adapted for older children. Our 8 and 13 year old had an absolute great time. You can do wonderful hikes in the neighborhood. The hotel booked us a guide (Cascais Routes) which was just great as well. We loved everything, the breakfast is over the top (try the freshly bakes pasteis!), the restaurant, the spa (what a wonderful massage!), the accommodation as a whole. And of course the extremely helpful personnel. Thank you!

Ivefr - Brussels, Belgium

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