Cheap Hotels in Funchal
This comfortable Hotel is situated in Funchal. With a small number of only 12, this property is very convenient for a quiet stay. This is not a pet-friendly establishment.
With a stay at The Flame Tree Madeira - Adults Only in Funchal, you'll be minutes from Barreiros Stadium and close to Botanical Garden. This hotel is within close proximity of Madeira Casino and CR7 Museum.
With its outdoor swimming pool and green surroundings, Residencial Melba offers quiet accommodation and a sunbathing deck on Madeira Island. There is free parking. Guest rooms of the Residencial Melba have a private bathroom and satellite TV. Some rooms have romantic balconies that are partly overgrown with ivy. After a morning swim in the pool, guests can enjoy breakfast in the bright breakfast room with its large windows and plants. Residencial Melba offers a bike and car-rental service. It takes a 20-minute walk to Funchal?s city centre and the Funchal Cathedral.
This charming Hotel is located in Funchal. The accommodation comprises 24 cosy units. Pets are not allowed at this accommodation.
With a stay at Residencial Gordon in Funchal (Sao Pedro), you'll be minutes from Santa Clara Monastery and Quinta das Cruzes Museum. This hotel is within close proximity of Frederico de Freitas Museum and Museum of Natural History.
A stay at Residencial do Vale places you in the heart of Funchal, convenient to Workers Market and Botanical Garden. This guesthouse is within close proximity of Funchal Sacred Art Museum and Town Square.
Hotel Residencial Colombo offers accommodations throughout the area in Funchal.
With a stay at Santa Maria - Hostel, you'll be centrally located in Funchal, steps from Funchal-Monte Teleferico and minutes from Funchal Farmers Market. This hostel is within close proximity of Workers Market and Se Cathedral.
When you stay at Residencial Greco in Funchal, you'll be connected to a shopping center and minutes from Funchal Farmers Market and Funchal Sacred Art Museum. This guesthouse is within close proximity of Town Square and Se Cathedral.
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Hotels in Funchal
Nestled in a natural valley between the Atlantic and the mountains, Funchal is in an idyllic location. Here, the temperatures hit the 20s all year round and the flowers bloom in all seasons.
Book one of our Funchal hotels and explore a city that is relaxed by day and vibrant by night, with nightclubs open until 7am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Beaches and pools
Black of sand and warm of water, Funchal's Praia Formosa is made up of three small sandy beaches and a large pebble beach. The city also has several outdoor swimming pool complexes, including the Lido, whose seawater pools are refilled daily, and Ponta Gorda, which has two adult pools and a children's pool. Both complexes have bars and restaurants and access to the sea itself. The Lido and Praia Formosa are linked by a palm-tree-lined promenade with lovely views of the sea. Watersports and outdoor activities are popular here – you can go swimming with dolphins, whale-watching, diving, surfing or paragliding, take a boat trip or just enjoy long walks.
Funchal's Botanical Gardens have more than 2,000 plants, including indigenous plants from Madeira and other Atlantic islands and trees from places around the world, from the Himalayas to the tropics. There are also tropical fruit trees, sugar cane, medicinal plants and some exotic and rare birds, including cockatoos, Australian parakeets and dwarf parrots. Attractions at the Monte Palace Tropical Gardens include two Oriental gardens with Buddhist sculptures and Japanese lanterns, and wildlife including koi carp, swans and peacocks. The gardens are also home to a collection of tiles from palaces, churches and private houses from across the former Portuguese empire. Quinta Magnolia is a beautiful park filled with thousands of colourful flowers. It also has an outdoor pool, tennis and squash courts, a jogging circuit, a play area and a café.
Funchal's abundance of museums includes the Madeira Story Centre and the City Museum, where you can discover the history of the island and the city, and the Contemporary Art Museum. The unusual Universe of Memories tells the story of the life of Madeira's former Secretary of Tourism, João Carlos Abreu, who travelled the world as a journalist and public figure. The museum contains 10,000 objects from across the globe, including books, ceramics, paintings and bronzes. You can also learn about the fauna, flora and geology of Madeira at the Funchal Municipal Museum, which also has an aquarium, or Madeira wine at the Wine Museum.
Eating and drinking
Housed in a 200-year-old former salt warehouse, the Armazem do Sal restaurant – whose name reflects its heritage – is popular for its modern Portuguese cuisine. As well as octopus and black scabbardfish, you can try some interesting-sounding desserts here, including red wine panna cotta, black tea crème brulee and chocolate volcano. Or for fine dining, classical music and waiters dressed in 18th-century costume, head to Restaurante Mozart, a TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice 2014 winner. Afterwards, enjoy a drink and an ice cream at the Barreirinha Bar and Café, where you can sit outside and watch the ships coming in and out of the harbour. Occasionally there's a live band, jazz musician or DJ.
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