I booked this hotel to stay in when my husband and I visited Lisbon this month, because my father built and named a beach resort in Sri Lanka/Mt Lavinia, named "Estoril.
I was told by my father that he named it Estoril because the seller from whom he purchased the land requested him to name the hotel Estoril. Obviously it may have been a seller who had some connection with Portugal. I felt very proud of my father when I saw Estoril in Lisbon.
Reminded me of Estoril in Sri Lanka overlooking the Indian Ocean. Beautiful resort.
Traveller from California, USA
This family-friendly Cascais aparthotel is located on the boardwalk, within 1 mi (2 km) of CascaisVilla Shopping Centre …More
From arriving in Estoril to getting the cab to the airport it was an impressive 5 day break at Hotel Inglaterra. Getting to the hotel from the airport wasn't a problem, taking the aerobes into Lisbon(30mins) before catching the metro west to Estoril(35mins), around €7 total. The metro offers stunning views of the coast line too. From the metro station it is around a 5-10 minute walk to the hotel. Having the metro station so close is ideal for those who want to explore Cascais (2 stops west) or head back towards Lisbon.
The beach is located next to Estoril metro station and offers shops, bars and restaurants along the coast. As this is only a small beach there is much choice however the beach itself and the quality of the sea are super due to being maintained by the locals. If you are after a bigger beach including water sports and an array of bars/restaurants to choose from head to Cascais (1.5mile west). The coast line between the two is block paved offset from the beach which provides a good running route too. Its around 4 miles from the hotel to Tamariz beach, to Cascais, returning along the coast east to the furthest point of the paved walkway and back to the hotel.
Around the hotel there are a few shops, restaurants, bars, cash points and also the casino. If you are willing to travel to Cascais there is a lot more on offer in a touristic yet picturesque small town.
Traveller from Bristol
This family-friendly Cascais hotel is located by the ocean, within a 10-minute walk of Estoril Conference Centre and Estoril …More
This hotel in Estoril Monte is in a good location for accessing Estoril to one side and Cascais to the other, with the train station in the middle. All of these are in 20 minutes walking distance so long as you are fit enough for a bit of a steep walk back to the hotel.
The staff were very pleasant and helpful.
The facilities were great, many of which we didn't use i.e. Breakfast, bar, children's room and games, tennis court, spa, sauna and massage and indoor swimming pool and jacuzzi (swimming hat required for latter two!)
The outside swimming pool and area were lovely with attractive flowers and shrubs and plenty of sun loungers and sunshades.
The apartment was spacious and well equipped, with kitchenette, kettle, toaster, coffee maker and an upstairs bedroom which had a sea view balcony as well as the downstairs balcony which had table and chairs. There were TVs upstairs and downstairs with a good selection of channels in a variety of languages.
All was good and would have had overall excellent rating except the location is just a little too hilly for my aging legs.
Traveller from england
This family-friendly Cascais aparthotel is located near the beach, within 1 mi (2 km) of Estoril Conference Centre and …More
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.