- 80Km from Faro (FAO) Airport
- 0.05Km to beach
- 1.5Km to town centre
- Sun terrace
- Outdoor Pool
- Free WiFi
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
The Carvi Beach Hotel offers everything you need for a well-deserved rest in one of the best-loved areas of the Algarve right on the beach and close to plenty of shops, bars and ... Continue reading
The Carvi Beach Hotel offers everything you need for a well-deserved rest in one of the best-loved areas of the Algarve right on the beach and close to plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. Perched on a dramatic hillside overlooking idyllic Dona Ana beach, this recently refurbished 3 Star property provides 100 rooms and 3 suites resting in a tranquil and relaxing environment for guests to unwind and enjoy their visit to Lagos. There are 10 beaches in Lagos to enjoy a long dip at sunset, search for shells as the tide goes out, and experience exciting water sports with the Algarve night life nearby. Visitors to this relaxing leisure destination will find their tension and worries melting away while enjoying all that this coastal paradise has to offer. Faro International Airport is 90 km from the hotel.
- Bicycle rental (surcharge)
- Games room
- 24hr Reception
- Car hire
- Daily maid service
- Luggage storage
- Outdoor pool
- Sun terrace
- Air conditioning
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Non smoking rooms
- Safety deposit box
Food and Drink
The Hotel is booked as Bed and Breakfast accommodation. The 3 Star Carvi Beach Hotel has a lounge bar with TV, a swimming pool snack bar, and serves a delicious breakfast in the breakfast room. Guest can enjoy brand new facility - rooftop restaurant - breakfast, snacks and dinners will be served there.
The Carvi Beach Hotel features 100 three-star twin and single guestrooms either with a king size or two twin beds, all equipped with air conditioning, showers, Satellite TV, safe deposit box, and balcony with land views (Side-Sea view with supplement subject to availability).
The hotel is in a perfect position to explore the city of Lagos with its rich historical heritage and natural beauty. Check out S. António Church, the Discoveries' Museum, the Ethnography Museum, the Archaeology Museum, the Numismatics museum and the Sacred Art Museum.
Please note that due some delays the Hotel will not open the restaurant and fulfil the Half Board basis starting from the 1st of May until the 31st May.
The Restaurant will re-open on from the 1st of June 2016.
24 hour reception, Internet access in reception area, housekeeping, help with excursions, car rental, bicycle rental, fax and photocopying facilities, check-in at 3 pm, check-out by noon.
The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the Carvi Beach in Lagos. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.
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Eating out is part of the pleasure of a holiday on the Algarve, and Lagos offers the best of the best choices of establishments in which to indulge. Seafood lovers will be ecstatic, but no one, even vegetarians, will be disappointed or go hungry. A good choice at the marina is the Do Cais Bistro, which serves waterfront breakfasts, lunches and dinners seven days a week. For creative international cuisine in the town centre (including vegetarian dishes) Duquesa Restaurante is hard to beat. Truly gourmet local specialities like pork chops with figs, savoury shrimp and succulent shellfish, are enjoyed at the Don Sebastiao tavern in the old town pedestrian area. This restaurant also has the best wine cellar in town. The English-run No Patio is also popular with expats.
In Lagos, there is little need to do anything more to enjoy your holiday other than sprawl on the sandy beach with an occasional dip in the ocean, but those who need more activity can choose between dozens of pursuits like sailing, wind-surfing, fishing, para-sailing, microlight flights and scuba diving. Golf is a major attraction here as it is throughout the Algarve, with the Palmares and Alto courses nearby, offering a round with sea views. There is also the challenge of the Penina Championship Course, site of many a Portuguese Open. Those who hire a car will be well-rewarded in exploring the adjacent coastline and seeking out unspoilt villages and beaches. There are also a few sightseeing opportunities in the town, including an interesting museum.
Eating out is part of the pleasure of a holiday on the Algarve, and Lagos offers the best of the best choices of establishments in which to indulge. Seafood lovers will be ecstatic, but no one, even vegetarians, will be disappointed or go hungry. A good choice at the marina is the Do Cais Bistro, which serves waterfront breakfasts, lunches and dinners seven days a week. For creative international cuisine in the town centre (including vegetarian dishes) Duquesa Restaurante is hard to beat. Truly gourmet local specialities like pork chops with figs, savoury shrimp and succulent shellfish, are enjoyed at the Don Sebastiao tavern in the old town pedestrian area. This restaurant also has the best wine cellar in town.
The centre of Lagos comes alive in the evenings with buskers and street entertainers, and the nightlife in Lagos can compete with any holiday resort in the Algarve, with several energetic dance clubs and character-filled bars strewn through the main part of town. Of the bars most popular are Bar Amuras at the marina, the Red Eye Bar on the Rue Candido dos Reis, and Zanzibar on the Rua 25 de Abril. Most have music, darts, pool tables and Sky TV sports channels, and stay open late until 2 or 4am.
Besides an ongoing flea market that sprawls through the streets, Lagos boasts numerous fascinating shops and boutiques, especially in the pedestrianised old city. Browsing is as pleasurable as buying in the well-stocked shops that are bristling with attractive local wares, from wickerwork to filigree jewellery, copperware and leather goods to wine and pastries.
There is not a lot for children to do in Lagos but there is a zoo and an excellent water park not too far away.
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Hotel address : Praia Dona Ana, Apartado 33, Lagos, Algarve, Portugal, 8600-500
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Does the hotel provides pool or beach towells? 1 Answer
Yes Towels at the pool / beach are provided
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