Casa Miradouro - Sintra38.8006500892767, -9.39361363649368
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Luxury Hotels in Portugal
Casa Miradouro Guest House apartment boasts a quiet location 7 km away from Air Museum. Guests can make use of ironing service, newspaper service and shoe shine as well as free self parking and a baggage storage.
The venue is placed in the historical center of Sintra, about 15 minute's walk from Museum of Modern Art . Bars and casinos as well as a church and a palace can be found in the area. Serving Portuguese meals, Hockey caffee is about 5 minutes’ walk away.
Portela airport can be reached in 30 minutes by car.
The apartment includes beautiful rooms fitted with an iron with ironing board, a closet, ornate ceiling, large windows and a private toilet. The rooms come with a magnificent view over the garden. A canopy bed, a double bed and a single bed are at guests' disposal. A bathroom with a bathtub, a shower and a bidet along with a hairdryer, bathrobes and toiletries is provided.
Eat & Drink
The hotel Casa Miradouro provides visitors with a free buffet breakfast.
This apartment affords a fantastic view from a balcony. Guests will appreciate a library and a golf course available on site. The property offers cribs and a game room for guests staying with kids. The property offers hiking and horse riding.
Wireless internet is available in the apartment rooms for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby for free.
Number of rooms: 6.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Golf course
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Shoe shine service
- Newspaper service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Business centre
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Paid films
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed
In the Room
In the Room
1 Double bed
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
Staying in this beautiful family-run house was like coming home and was definitel the highlight of my trip. Set in serene surrounds in a light and airy room with to die for views this place was heaven. The breakfasts were amazing and I even got some great travel advice.
Having to hike up and down the steep incline and dodge oncoming cars.
Beautifully restored, well located yet quiet, fabulous views from the rooms, thoughtfully appointed, gracious, helpful, and attentive staff, bountiful and delicious full breakfast.
The room was large and comfortable,the location ideal for our purposes. Excellent breakfast. The house itself and the decor is stunning. Superb views from all rooms.
The is no parking on site, you have to take your chances in the very narrow surrounding streets. For elderly, infirm or disabled, you have to carry your cases up at least two flights of stairs as there is no lift.
The building is beautiful and very cozy, the view is great and the staff is friendly, and it's a short walk away from the historical center of Sintra and Quinta da Regaleira.
We stayed in a room on the top floor and the wind was very loud, it appeared the window to the balcony didn't close properly. The heating wasn't working although it wasn't strictly needed. The floor was old and made cranky sounds.
the view was amazing from our room. It was very clean and very pretty. The breakfast was very good. Beautiful and comfortable bed. The woman that attended to the property was very nice and helpful. Honor bar was very convienient.
just know that there are no telephones or televisions in any of the rooms and I believe that only one has a bathtub and is not the room with the best view. Sound proofing is not very good.
The cleanliness of the rooms and bedlinen, the friendliness of Zizou and the Belgian owner, (sorry can't remember his name) who couldn't do enough for you. Very relaxing.
Coffee was on tap all the time, it would have been nice to have had English tea on tap with milk.
Great welcome. Very comfortable, glorious view. Beautifully restored old house with excellent facilities.
A steep climb up the hill to the town for restaurants might discourage some guests.
Fantastic place, lovely interior, a house with a warmhearted personality, owner is a very friendly, lovely lady
in fact: nothing, but I could imagine that some people might have difficulties to walk up the steep street towards the central place; so most likely this place is not suited for people with difficulties to walk; but then Sintra is no place for people with walking disabilities anyway
The room was large, comfortable, bright and airy. The en-suite facilities were compact but not cramped with plenty of hooks and shelves. The breakfast was excellent (best we had in Portugal), including freshly squeezed orange juice, local breads, fruit, cheese, meat and cereals, and eggs offered as an option. An informal bar service was available in the large, elegant sitting room. The house was a short walk (downhill) from Sintra's bustling Centro Historico, but nicely far enough away to avoid the crowds.
Everything. The hotel is run by a Dutchman who speaks fluent Portugese and English and is very courteous and helpful to his guests. The view is gorgeous, as is the hotel's garden, and the breakfast service is excellent. a charming Portugese woman serves fresh orange juice and makes press coffee with a personal touch. The bed was very comfortable. The old house was perfectly clean, nicely renovated, and we were met by classical music in the entrance. There is a large salon at the guests' disposal. Lots of swallows inhabit the area, meaning it is virtually free from bugs and there is lovely bird song in the morning. We never had problem finding parking on the street.
If a tv is desired (not likely with everything there is to see in and around Sintra), ask for a room that has one. Be aware that the rooms have no refrigerators (at least ours did not).
The friendliness and helpfulness of all the staff and the owner. The real feeling of being a guest in someone's beautifully furnished home - it was very warm and welcoming. Excellent breakfast both mornings.
The location is not for the faint hearted as the house nestles half way down the hill outside the historical city centre (so it does have beautiful views) but its an uphill walk into town but of course downhill on the way home.
The staff were very welcoming and could not have given us a better start to our all too short stay at Casa Miradouro and a visit to Lisbon. They were so very polite and helpful - with all sorts of useful information from restaurant suggestions, what to see in a short time and arranging taxis for our return to the airport. The property is out of this world, just beautiful in every way. You made the holiday very special. Thank you. We'll try to come back for longer and won't hesitate to tell our friends about you. Peter and Margaret Southcott, Devon, England.
There is nothing to dislike when evrything is so perfect.
Location is both great and difficult to find negotiating 4 stairs of floors with luggage was not easy.
A small hotel with friendly staff where you feel quite at home. It appeared to be much better alive that on the pictures. High level facilities: everything has been renovated, but antique mixed with normal furniture, quelitative linen. A great atmosphere (and a little bit magical - according to its location) is completed with a good choise of classical music. You may even play the grand piano on the first floor, of course if you can. I would like to be back.
An absolute beautiful small-scale hotel. The rooms are big, with nice views and good beds. The hotel has a superb view over the surrounding area. It has a nice garden where you can enjoy the view and relax. The owners are very friendly and helpful. And some little things to make the stay even better: free Nespresso, a self-service bar with fair prices (not sky-high prices as in other hotels) and funny little free candybags available for the guests.
Expect a 5 to 10 minute steap walk upwards to the town. For us it was not a problem at all, but if your physical health is a problem, walking is probably difficult.