This beachfront place takes advantage of its location, with sea views from the pools and restaurants.
This low-rise hotel is on one of Boa Vista’s best beaches. It’s a sandy number that has a bit of a Sahara Desert look with long and tall dunes.
Every room comes with a balcony or terrace with views across the manicured gardens. On the dining front there are themed buffet nights and an à la carte serving up the catch of the day.
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- Lifts: 1 in lobby to pool only
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and à la carte dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks. Beer and wine served by the glass with meals. Snacks at set times.
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Saltwater outdoor pool
Quieter pool with kids' section, sunbeds, parasols, beach towels and sun terrace.
Praia Blue buffet restaurant
This buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Head over here for a choice of massage and beauty treatments.
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Suite with Sea View and Balcony or Terrace
These spacious suites, with their warm tones and simple furnishings, include a balcony or a terrace offering views of the ocean. They have a double bedroom, dining area and lounge area. You'll also find air-conditioning, a mini-fridge, and a TV. And just so you know, the extra bed in the lounge is a sofa-bed.
Double Room with Balcony or Terrace
These double rooms, with their warm tones and simple furnishings, include a balcony or a terrace. And inside, you'll also find air-conditioning, a mini-fridge, and a TV. These double rooms sleep up to 4, with two double beds.
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Stayed there for a week and it was great. They have a nice clean beach and 2 nice pools, bars areas were nice and poured good drinks. The food was great for a buffet. The room was nice with a rather small bathroom. More
This is not a 4 star just about a 3. Food ok but only warm, it seems they cater more for the French then English. Wifi 7â¬ an hour but they do not tell you you can get it for â¬55 for the week. Drinks very low class brands it would be ok for a week but 2 is pushing itMore
Not too much commercial, therefore of our liking. It is more basic than the fancy high end resorts, but nonetheless very complete in service and facilities. The area is set up as a village with the small houses nicely at terraces, there are two bars, the restaurant is good, the pool is nice with a children pool, the animation team is great - they really to their very best to make something out of it and they were so friendly with our kids, the management does everything to make you comfortable. Our room was big with two big beds and a kitchenette with another bed, with still enough space for the babybed and the stroller. A small terrace to sit outside and enjoy the sunset. It was even nice to walk around at the resort with nice plantation. Although you can see it all is becoming a bit more outdated (toilet door/bathroom, materials for sports, gym), the standard is still ok. We could walk everywhere with our stroller, in just a minute at the beach, situated in a nice area.More
Lovely place just not very friendly
Stayed here for 2 weeks. Its very windy so be careful not to get burnt. The hotel it self is clean our room was cleaned every day. But for some reason the staff had no time for you once they new you were English. If we went to Cape Verde again we would not stay at this hotel.More
Excellent resort and facilities. The beach is absolutely beautiful. The hotel is really clean and looked after. The food is excellent. Only downers are booze quality ( beer is Ok forget the rest ) and wi fi price. Go to the beach bar where you can get the iberostar courtesy wi fi. Extras are pretty expensive but definitely worth . I'd recommend a quad ride or electric bike on the beach. Highly recommended. More
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