The best thing about the hotel is the location. It's directly accross from the Sanctuary. The hotel and rooms are clean but dated. As part of the guided, pilgrimage tour, dinners were included, the chicken for the first day was good but the pork and fish for the 2nd day were bad. Breakfast was standard continental.
The room is not sound-proof. I could hear people talking, the rain, etc. Couldn't sleep at all.
One thing that really bothered me was the staff in the breakfast room. One old lady in our group was late for breakfast so I asked him if I could take some food for her, he said no. I talked to another person who seemed more senior, she was ok. Another time, my Mom took 1 cup of honney so she can have it with her tea later, he asked her to leave it. I understand the hotel tried to stop people for sneaking food out of the breakfast room but to have the staff watching people like a hawk was just plain rude. I stayed at many hotels and so many time didn't have time to sit down for breakfast so wrapping a cup of coffee and a croissant or a muffin to go is just a normal practice in the US which didn't seem like the case at this hotel. I didn't mind the old room nor the bad food, but that attitude was such a turn-off. I wish the hotel would train their staff to have better judgement.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Fátima, is directly accross from the Sanctuary of Fátima. The hotel has all the standard amenities of a four-star hotel, including a free Wi-Fi internet point. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- De Fatima Hotel