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My husband and I booked our trip to the Azores about 6 weeks out, which didn’t leave us a lot of hotel options, especially in Ponte Delgada. We came across Pedras do Mar on Expedia and booked the last room available. I was a bit...More
This is an amazing hotel, wonderful views of the sunset. Clean, lovely staff and great breakfast buffet. The hotel restaurant menu is limited and highly priced compared to other restaurants on the island. One tip of advise bring an iron.
This hotel has the best most peaceful view I've ever seen. Make sure you get an ocean-facing room....it's worth it. We came to Sao Miguel during the off-season so the hotel and nearby town were not busy. There's a lovely path along the cliffs in...More
This hotel is a little away from town but it is so peaceful here. We had a best sunset cliff walk here, just walk pass the pool go down to the trail for 30 minutes round trip and it is a memery for life time....More
This is a new, modern and very clean hotel on the north coast. Beautifully situated on the cliffs, a truly peaceful oasis. Is spotlessly clean, the rooms are excellently furnished. Private oceanfront balcony is northeast facing, as is the pool so it wasn't that warm...More
You definitely need a car to get around unless you are planning on not leaving the resort. The parking was always plentiful at all the restaurants. Plus there are well marked hiking trails and viewpoints around the island... More
You definitely need a car to get around unless you are planning on not leaving the resort. The parking was always plentiful at all the restaurants. Plus there are well marked hiking trails and viewpoints around the island. So much to see but you need a car.