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Vila Baleira Porto Santo
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“A delightful Hotel in which to spend a Week”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 July 2012

The weather during our stay was far from typical for the time of the year. The first five days were cool and windy with intermittent sun, but it became much sunnier and warmer during the end of our week.
However, our stay in the hotel more than made up for the unseasonal weather. The staff, whether in reception, in the restaurant, in the two bars or in the large pool area, were a pleasure to be with. Each one was friendly and wanting to please. They all spoke English - to varying degree - and were keen to make our stay as pleasant as possible. One young person in reception spent nearly an hour finding out the times of the services at each of the island's two Catholic churches, so that we could attend on the Sunday. It is this kind of service which set the tone for the whole hotel. Excellent !
Similarly, our meals in the buffet restaurant were very pleasurable. We were all-inclusive; for an extra £13 (16 Euros) per day, and, for this, we had a 19 Euro lunch, very-drinkable house wines served in 250 ml and 500 ml carafes, and drinks throughput the day. The gin was British Beefeaters and the rum Cuban 3-year old Club Havana, both of excellent quality.
There were two different fish dishes for each lunch and dinner. Unfortunately, I am allergic to fish, but there was at least one meat dish of good quality. A particular entrecote steak was memorable. A majority of the guests were from Northern Italy, and were on full board, so there was a good, busy atmosphere at each meal. My only complaint was that the soup from the tureen was never hot. Availability of a microwave oven would overcome this.
Our large, airy room was on the top (8th) floor and had a view of the sea, but unfortunately, the strong wind meant that sitting out on the balcony was not pleasant. The pool area is reached by the hotel's undergroung passage, which goes under the island's "main" road. There are almost two hundred loungers and "umbrellas" and a very large enlosed bar and cafe. On the other side of the sand dune to the pool area is the magnificent 9 km long Porto Santo beach, which is almost deserted, as there are less than 5 thousand residents and an even fewer number of guests.
I was very impressed by the "farm" of almost 500 large photo-voltaic panels next to the hotel, but not visible from inside it or from the pool area. These provide electricity which gives very hot water throughout the day. The island is aiming to be totally "green", by the end of the decade. At present, it has to import oil to burn in three turbines to provide enough electrical energy for every building.
Although very small, less that 60 square kilometres in area, the island has a very varied geology, and an island tour is a must. We went with Animacao Turistica and had an excellent 3 hour 20 minute guided tour by jeep, which included a 20 minute coffee/soft drink stop at a lovely cafe in the middle of a small oasis. Most of the island is fairly barren and 100 % of the food eaten is imported by small container ships. (Not so green).
To sum up. We had a very enjoyable week's stay, making the most of the untypical weather. Walks on the beach are wonderful, whatever the weather.
If half stars were available, I would give the hotel 4 + 1/2.

Room Tip: Rooms facing SE have sea views and morning sun. Lower floors face the adjacent aparthotel
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  • Stayed July 2012, travelled as a couple
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bmcamartins, Gerente geral at Vila Baleira Porto Santo, responded to this review, 1 June 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review and kind comments about your experience in Vila Baleira.

It is a great pleasure to read that you enjoyed your stay with us and let us express our gratitude by thanking you for sharing your positive thoughts about the friendly and efficient staff, food quality, room, pools and our photo-voltaic panels ! To be in a Island like Porto Santo the enveronment and the sustainalbility is essential for all companies.

Regarding the soup, I can assure you that they are now two per meal and always hot. The microwave oven will be introduced this month.

That´s why your comments are very important for us, and we work every day pursuing service improvement to continue exceed expectations of our guests.

On my own behalf and on that of the Vila Baleira Hotel team, we hope we have the honour of hosting you again in a near future.

Kind regards

Bruno Martins
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 July 2012

Visited Porto Santo and this hotel from 25th June until 9th July 2012
The hotel is well ran with friendly staff always willing to help. Our room on the 8th Floor (dont worry there are 3 lifts) was a pleasant surprise. Large, clean and a great view out of sea. The restaurant displayed its menu's for the day (lunch and dinner) in the lifts and outside the restaurant. Whilst the selection was generally 2 or 3 meat dishes with 1 or 2 fish dishes and a pasta and salad section, the quality of meat was 1st rate. Some places mass produce with poor chewy quality but here little and often came out of the kitchen but with a high quality of produce. Occassionally due to volume of people eating at the same time you had to queue whilst they replenished the food but it never took too long. The staff try hard to please and maintain a good standard in the restaurant.
The pool area has ample of sun loungers and shades available throughout the day. Dont be fooled by the lovely breeze that blows across the island because the sun is strong so make sure you apply plenty of sun cream. From the pool you have direct access onto the beach. The beach is protected so limited sun beds are allowed on and a charge applies but the sand is extremely soft,clean and no stones, seaweed as you enter the sea.
The only bar is indoors which is an area for improvement for the hotel to look at as it would be nice on an evening to sit outside and enjoy the sunset but this wont spoil your holiday.
I love quiet, relaxing hoildays and not bothered about nightlife or entertainment so if thats what you are looking for then this hotel and island is for you. The island is only 9miles by 5miles with 4,500 people living there.You can go for some lovely walks either on the beach or road side with some lovely little cafe bars along the way. Do go on the island jeep tour as its a great way to see this little diamond of an island.
And finally for the people who run this island - you are missing a massive opportunity in running a trip to Maderia as the ferry in place currently services the people of Maderia to visit Porto Santo and not vice verser
Loved my holiday and came back totally chilled and the sun tan is quiet good too!!!

Room Tip: Try to get on the 8th Floor as the views are stunning
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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
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bmcamartins, Gerente geral at Vila Baleira Porto Santo, responded to this review, 31 May 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review and kind comments about your experience in Vila Baleira :)

It is really a huge pleasure to read that you enjoyed your stay with us and let us express our gratitude by thanking you for sharing your positive thoughts about the friendly and efficient staff, and our gastronomy.

We have goods news for you. The beach Clube will start to opon at evenings and we are putting a bar at the Beach. Now you will be able to see the sunset while having a drink.

That´s why your comments motivate us even more to continue pursuing service improvement and exceed expectations of our guests.

On my own behalf and on that of the Vila Baleira Hotel team, we hope we have the honour of hosting you again in a near future.

Kind regards

Bruno Martins
General Manager
bruno.martins.bal@ferpinta.pt
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 July 2012

My husband and I returned from our stay at this hotel on Monday. The hotel is fairly large and standards of the bedrooms was good. Spacious and clean. Food was also good and varied. There was some entertainment in the evening but this was geared towards the Italian & portuguese guests which made up about 95% of the people staying there. It was quiet and relaxing but it did border on being boring as there was nothing to do but relax. We stayed a week and that was enough. The beach was lovely but we were disappointed to find out that we had to pay for a sun lounger and umbrella but we felt that it was worth it as the view was so much better. Overall we thought it was a nice island, nice hotel but we won't be returning.

  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
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bmcamartins, Gerente geral at Vila Baleira Porto Santo, responded to this review, 31 May 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review and kind comments about your experience in Vila Baleira :)

It is great that you enjoyed your stay with us and let us express our gratitude by thanking you for sharing your positive thoughts about the friendly and efficient staff, our gastronomy and the hotel services.

We hope when someday you want a place nearby with nice weather and to relax remembre Porto Santo :)

On my own behalf and on that of the Vila Baleira Hotel team, we hope we have the honour of hosting you again in a near future.

Kind regards

Bruno Martins
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 May 2012

Me and the wife had a fantastic time on the island of Porto Santo. We deliberatly chose an early holiday becouse we did not want crowds of people. It was lovly. No people and nothing to do but relax. We took loads of money with us and brought loads back becouse there really was jothing to do or spend it on. We did take a jeep tour into the mountaains and all over the island really, we saw the desert and Porto Sano's version of the Giants Causway, we also took a pleasant day out on a catamaran and were lucky enough to see the dolphins, absolutly fantastic. The hotel itself was quite nice and the staff went out of there way to please us. Food was hotel stuff, what you would expect from a buffet. Very nice though. A few tyank you,s. David the head waither was superb, i think that he thought that we were a bit strange as we were full bourd but just stuck to the lemonade and water, Too hot to drink really. Lous the waiter was also very nice as was Elsa the waitress, these three individuals could not do enough for us. One night after we had eaten out all we wanted was a pudding and Elsa entised us into the resteraunt just so as we could eat our fill of the puddins avaialble. The beer was not to good but i find that in hotels, we went next door to the taverna and spread a few euro's into the local econamy and enjoyed the beer their.
Overall, this was a superb holiday and i am planning a return trip.
Fantastic

Room Tip: Nothing to say really, we chose a lower room, but to see the views it is advisable to be highr up.
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  • Stayed May 2012, travelled as a couple
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bmcamartins, Gerente geral at Vila Baleira Porto Santo, responded to this review, 31 May 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review and kind comments about your experience in Vila Baleira :)

It is really a huge pleasure to read that you enjoyed your stay with us and let us express our gratitude by thanking you for sharing your positive thoughts about the friendly and efficient staff and our gastronomy.

Your comments motivate us even more to continue pursuing service improvement and exceed expectations of our guests.

On my own behalf and on that of the Vila Baleira Hotel team, we hope we have the honour of hosting you again in a near future.

Kind regards

Bruno Martins
General Manager
bruno.martins.bal@ferpinta.pt
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 August 2011

We stayed in the island of Porto Santo for 5 days in July 2011. We had terrible luck with the weather, with only 2 sunny afternoons. The mornings were always cloudy and it rained (very little, but rained) every day. This weather is most unusual in Porto Santo, as far as I'm concerned. I should say, however, that 2 sunny afternoons were enough to become really tanned. The Sun is really hot there!

HOTEL / LOCATION

The hotel is located in the western part of the island, 4 km (2.5 miles) away from Vila Baleira, the "capital city" of the island. If you book through a travel agency, then when you arrive at the airport you will most likely have transportation waiting for you. If not, a taxi to the hotel costs around 15 EUR (at night, which was when we arrived), which is outrageous for such a short ride. I don't know about any buses, but maybe there are some.

A great advantage of being away from Vila Baleira is that the beach area isn't that crowded. At least it wasn't when we were there. The beach area near Vila Baleira has many more people.

There are regular buses from the hotel to Vila Baleira and back, including on weekends (but with a tighter schedule). You can buy a ticket either in the bus itself (1 EUR) or in the rent-a-car company in the hotel lobby (same price). The trip lasts for 10 minutes, the bus will leave you right in the center of Vila Baleira, near the beach/supermarket/restaurants/shops, etc. The good thing about being in a small island is that everything is near everything.

BEACH

The beach is amazing, with white sand and clear blue warm water. There is really no need to talk much about the beach, just search the web and look at some pictures.

SWIMMING POOLS

There are 2 swimming pools: indoors and outdoors. We didn't try the indoors pool. The outdoors pool was ok, but I really do recommend going to the beach instead. It is THE most amazing thing in Porto Santo. Swimming pools are everywhere, but that beach is unique.

HOTEL / SERVICES

Besides the usual services, there is also a rent-a-car company in the hotel lobby, called MOINHO RENT-A-CAR, which will rent cars (the cheapest one costs 60 EUR per day), bicycles (13 EUR per bicycle for 24 hours), quadbikes (I don't know how much it costs), etc., but it will also book excursions and other things.

I do recommend renting a bicycle at least for 24 hours and going to "Calheta" (westernmost part of the island) or even to Vila Baleira. There's pavement for bicycles almost the whole way.

This hotel is also known for its thalassotherapy services, which are located in a separate building near the outside pool, but we didn't try it so I can't really talk about it.

Regarding the breakfast, the service hours are from 8 am to 10 am, but they recommend going before 9 am because from 9:15 it will get really crowded, and it's true. Although the room is very large and there are dozens of waiters, there are just too many people in the hotel. I recommend getting up at 8:15 and being in the breakfast room around 8:45. If you don't want to get up early, be warned that you will most likely have to wait 10 or 15 minutes in the queue in order to enter the room.

Finally, I'd like to mention that the hotel has a list of restaurants. Ask for it. Some of the restaurants will go get you at the hotel and then bring you back, free of charge, as a courtesy. Not all of them do this, but some do. I recommend trying the "Equestre" restaurant, which is 15 minutes away on foot, but they will take you in a horse-drawn carriage. The restaurant is really romantic, with low lights and old school music playing in the background, like Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and the like. The food is also amazing - try the swordfish with banana or the house steak. Amazing. A complete meal for 2 (without wine) will be around 35 EUR.

HOTEL / LOBBY

The hotel itself is quite large. From what I could understand, it is comprised of two main and separate buildings for accommodations: one for hotel rooms, the other for apartments. We stayed in the former, which has 8 floors, each one with around 30 rooms. The lobby is spacious and modern, with lots of comfortable chairs and tables, some electrical outlets to connect whatever you want (I recharged my iPhone before leaving to the airport, which came in handy) and also 2 computers with Internet connection. I really don't know how much it costs to use them. I do know that there's WiFi in the lobby, but I also don't know if it's free. I THINK it is. When in Portugal, I always travel with an Internet mobile pen from Vodafone, so I used it in the lobby, in the room, etc. But the hotel provides NO Internet services in the rooms.

HOTEL / ROOMS

We stayed in a Superior Junior Suite in the 8th floor (room 806), with a balcony facing West. The room was huge - in fact, bigger than we needed. We even had a separate area for hanging out, with chairs, extra TV and another balcony (this one facing South). The bed was comfortable, the bathroom was impeccable, the shower was great, etc. The only thing I'd like to mention is that the balcony was infested with little bugs, which we haven't still found out what they were. We asked for a thorough cleaning and they went away (partially). In the first day, the cleaning lady left the window open after cleaning the room and there were some bugs in the room afterwards, but we asked her not to leave the window open in the future and the problem was solved.

There was also a very large walking closet in the room, and also a safe, which you had to ask the lobby to use.

TO SUM UP

If you are looking for somewhere to spend some days relaxing, Porto Santo is ideal because there isn't that much to do. If you are looking for pubs, casinos, clubs, etc., then this is not for you. If you are lucky with the weather and are a beach person, you will have an amazing time there. If you are unlucky, there are also other things to do, like visiting Vila Baleira, going to Colombo's house (museum), trying the local dishes ("bolo do caco"!) or even renting a car / quadbike and circling the island (it will take about 2 and a half hours). I recommend doing the latter, since the Northern and Eastern parts of the island are radically different from the Southern and Western parts. Don't miss going to several viewpoints around the island (Miradouro das Flores, Miradouro da Portela, etc.).

  • Stayed July 2011, travelled as a couple
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bmcamartins, Gerente geral at Vila Baleira Porto Santo, responded to this review, 31 May 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review and kind comments about your experience in Vila Baleira :)

It is really a huge pleasure to read that you enjoyed your stay with us and let us express our gratitude by thanking you for sharing your positive thoughts about the friendly and efficient staff,Pools and above all the Island. You really mentioned as it is. Little but diverse.

Regarding the Hotel services, since this year of 2014 we work also with all inclusive and we offer to all our guests 1 free thalasso circuit per day per person.

Regarding the breakfast, the service hours are now from 7 am to 11 am,

The WiFi in the lobby is free, but charged in the room.

That´s why your comments motivate us even more to continue pursuing service improvement and exceed expectations of our guests.

On my own behalf and on that of the Vila Baleira Hotel team, we hope we have the honour of hosting you again in a near future.

Kind regards

Bruno Martins
General Manager
bruno.martins.bal@ferpinta.pt
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 July 2011

I spent 8 days there doing nothing...JUST RELAXING :) This hotel is a bit far from the city centre, but you can rent a bike and go there with no problem. Or you can choose the easy way to get there.. by calling a taxi. The hotel is ideal for families with children, because there are several activities for them and for adults too, if you want to. The pool area is fantastic as the pool itself, but the pool bar/restaurant is a bit poor in food. I had never been in an indoor pool with water as hot as this one. The gym is too small and basic, and opens late (10am).
I loved the breakfast, because it had variety of food.
All the rooms have sea view. We have stayed at a double standard room, which I thought it was big, with a nice balcony. The bathroom is fine but the tub has a curtain (I'm just saying this because not many people like this, but I don't care).
The beach is amazing, and the island too. You must go there, you will not regret it. THIS IS REALLY A PARADISE ON EARTH!!!

  • Stayed May 2011, travelled with friends
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bmcamartins, Gerente geral at Vila Baleira Porto Santo, responded to this review, 31 May 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review and kind comments about your experience in Vila Baleira :)

It is really a huge pleasure to read that you enjoyed your stay with us and let us express our gratitude by thanking you for sharing your positive thoughts about the friendly and efficient staff, and our gastronomy.

Your comments motivate us even more to continue pursuing service improvement and exceed expectations of our guests.

On my own behalf and on that of the Vila Baleira Hotel team, we hope we have the honour of hosting you again in a near future.

Kind regards

Bruno Martins
General Manager
bruno.martins.bal@ferpinta.pt
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Warsaw, Poland
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 12 July 2011

Nice room with comfortable beds, balcony and weel equiped bathroom. Direct access from the hotel to the pool and beach area.

The sourroundings are very nice and calm. 20 minutes on feet to Zarco Shopping Center.

I'd like to focus on the hotel restaurant. We were on so called soft all inclusive basis so we had breakfast, lunch and dinner. Nothing to complain about the breakfast - eggs in all possible ways (pouched, scrambled, hard boiled, omlette) and nice pancakes. Bacon - uneatable.

Lunch and dinner - that's the other story. Every time there is a huge selection of all possible meals except almost nothing tastes well. Meat was always terrible. I can't even imagine the worst quality of meat (pork, rabbit, goat, veal - practically uneatable...). chicken was OK, but again, it's really hard to frack up the chicken. Fish and see food was terrible - every kind was equally bad and overcoocked. Desserts - very strange looking and even stranger tasting. Italian cuisine (pasta, tortellini, sauces) - very close to being disgusting. To be honest with you, the only good thing it was self composed salad and all forms of fried fries available everyday.

I just simply wonder why they focus on quantity of dishes rather than a quality? Why not prepare 3 tasty dishes instead of 7-8 horrible ones? And that odour when you enter the restaurant? OMG - I mean, really?

Oh, and there was this pool guy, Jao Sa, who tried to scare us off of the pool after 6 PM claiming that they close but it did't confirm at the reception. He tried to do it again the next day but I explained him how wrong he was. Plus I gave him some extra credit on issue of meaning of tourism to this island and his own well-being...

I highly recomend this hotel but only on Bed and Breakfast basis. There ara too goods restaurants near by to waist time on hotel's restaurant.

  • Stayed June 2011, travelled as a couple
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bmcamartins, General Manager at Vila Baleira Porto Santo, responded to this review, 28 May 2014
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review and kind comments about your experience in Vila Baleira :)

It is really a huge pleasure to read that you enjoyed your stay with us and let us express our gratitude by thanking you for sharing your positive thoughts about the friendly and efficient staff, and the rooms.

Regarding the Gastronomy, I can now guarantee you that the variety and quality are assured.

That´s why your comments motivate us even more to continue pursuing service improvement and exceed expectations of our guests.

On my own behalf and on that of the Vila Baleira Hotel team, we hope we have the honour of hosting you again in a near future.

Kind regards

Bruno Martins
General Manager
bruno.martins.bal@ferpinta.pt
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Property: Vila Baleira Porto Santo
Address: Sitio do Cabeco da Ponta | Apartado 243, Porto Santo Island 9400-909, Portugal
Region: Portugal > Madeira Islands > Porto Santo Island
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#1 Best Value Hotel in Porto Santo Island
#1 Green Hotel in Porto Santo Island
#3 Spa Hotel in Porto Santo Island
#3 Luxury Hotel in Porto Santo Island
#3 On the Beach Hotel in Porto Santo Island
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:4 star — Vila Baleira Porto Santo 4*
Number of rooms: 312
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Located about 4 km's from the center, the Hotel Vila Baleira Thalassa was originally built with the intention of attracting to the island who wanted to take advantage of the medicinal qualities of its sands and is the best equipped hotel in Porto Santo. The complex consists of 3 distinct areas: In the main building are the rooms, reception, main bar, restaurant, shops, conference rooms, kids club, games room, amphitheater and indoor swimming pool. Connected to the hotel by a tunnel is Baleira Talassa & Spa, a fully independent structure where all thalassotherapy and spa treatments as well as gym and Diving Centre Rheadive work. Also accessible through the tunnel is an outdoor leisure area with outdoor pool, children pool, outdoor children's room, children's playground, shooting, <>, volleyball and beach soccer, the Beach Club and the walkway beach access. The social areas of the hotel and the rooms are spacious and decorated with light colors and local materials. Open from April to October. ... more   less 
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