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#1 of 12 Specialty lodging in Flores
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This resort combines the respect for the past and the comfort needed for a deam holiday.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Public wifi
Bar / lounge
Bicycles available
Diving
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Fax / photocopying
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Hiking
Snorkeling
Fishing
Shuttle bus service
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Chapel / shrine
Concierge
Outdoor furniture
ATM on site
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Housekeeping
VIP room facilities
Microwave
Refrigerator
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English, French, Portuguese
166Reviews
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15Room tips
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this place is the most magical place we have ever been. carlos, silvio and all the family do there best to make our stay as much as comfortable and unforgettable. we are a couple with 2 little children and we all enjoy this amazing island and this unique hotel. the atmosphere, the staff, the flowers all around and the breath taking view make this place one of a kind. the food at the hotel restaurant is the best food we eat in the azores islands . great holiday, really recomended.
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We've been reading rave reviews of this place ever since we made plans to visit Flores over a year ago. Reviewers warned to book early, and we selected our block of 4 days over 4 months in advance, and even before booking our airline flight. Even then we had to work a bit to find a string of time that would work. Its popularity is well deserved and, as a 5-star eco-resort, the owners work diligently to make sure everything is as perfect as possible. The setting is pure magic. An abandoned stone village on the western verge of the westernmost island of the Azores that has been completely restored and brought tastefully into the 21st century for comfort. Our hosts were the best, attentive to every need. Luggage was delivered to our cottage immediately, we were urged to ask for anything we needed, which was very little as all seemed thought of in advance. We stayed in cozy and private Casa do Luis, 1 BR, kitchen/LR, bath, and couldn't have been happier. 2 large garden spaces with lounge chairs and picnic table/grill and a sunset view over the ocean. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch & snacks, and dinners. Food was very good, thoughtfully prepared, fresh and tasty. The bar was open all day. The only caveat is care needs to be taken in negotiating the stone pathways, especially in wet weather, and this might not be a good choice for folks with limited mobility.
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The houses in this resort are really special and a diamond in the rough. The restaurant on site is lovely, albeit slightly overpriced. I would be wary of eating here if you have dietary requirements, I had checked in advance via email what I could eat here as a vegan and mentioned it to serving staff, however they still served me food that has egg and milk in it and seemed unapologetic. Check in advance if you have allergies as they did not seem to understand the importance.
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Located on the southwest coast of Flores, Aldeia da Cuada is part of the parish of Faja Grande. It has both cultural and historical significance. It was one of the first permanent settlements on the island dating back to 1676. The stone homes number about 20. They were completely abandoned in the 60’s but decades later were purchased and restored to recapture a link to the past. Most are now rented out to visiting tourists. Stone pathways, stone walls and the homes themselves speak to the ingenuity of the first occupants. A parking lot near the main walkway, leading to the homes, makes access easy. A restaurant is also conveniently located here. You can walk the passageways all the way down close to the ocean front if you like or check out the small field pastures (stone fences of course) that were once used for agriculture. The tiny church from 1841 is also worth a quick stop.
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This property tops everything in the Azores when we talk about charm and being genuine! If you are looking for a fancy and ritzy place, this is the wrong address and destination for you. But if you are looking for a stay at a huge property with most charming little stone houses and a fairy tale, natural garden with a lot of plants and flowers...then you have chosen the perfect place to stay on the most beautiful island of the Azores. Without any doubt, Aldeia da Cuada is the most charming accomodation on this island. In my opinion it is an absolute must to stay here during your visit. The houses are so pretty and typical. The gardens transmit harmony and serenity. The restaurant is very sympathetic, I had excellent food there and very nice staff. I have a house in the Azores since 2013 and therefore I know the 9 islands very well. Aldeia da Cuada touched my heart a lot. I loved it and I found it most charming. Each of the 9 islands is pretty, but Flores blows your mind away. If you are lucky to have excellent weather with blue sky, this is paradise on earth. Nature is stunning, the mountains look as incredible as they do in Kauai/Hawaii. There are lagoons which are so pretty that you can not believe it. I adore Flores island and can just say: forget about the big islands in the Azores, because Flores and Corvo are a much nicer, deeper and more genuine experience. Thanks to Aldeia da Cuada there is a great place to stay. I absolutely recommend to stay here, and not on the other side of the island, in Santa Cruz.
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PRICE RANGE
$84 - $260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
PortugalAzoresFlores
NUMBER OF ROOMS
33
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