The 10 Best Hotels in Madeira for 2021/2022
The top 5 hotels in Madeira
Escape to enchanting Madeira, home to breathtaking landscapes and mouth-watering cuisine. These top 5 hotel stays are excellent bases to explore this captivating island of black sandy shores and mesmerising cliffs.
Our best hotels in Madeira
Enjoy unparalleled swimming pool vistas out across the open sea. This luxury hotel is brimming with character, with decadent terraced dining and a cosy, modern aesthetic. Enjoy the sumptuous on-site facilities or visit nearby Funchal for vibrant historical and cultural attractions.
Located just moments from a tranquil beach, this premium coastal hotel is a private oasis of lush gardens and leafy terraces. Guests are treated to elegant rooms which feature spacious balconies and luxury bathrooms. There's plenty of alluring activities on-site too, including tennis, swimming and spa treatments.
This award-winning coastal hotel offers breathtaking ocean vistas from its staggered terraces and pool area. With subtropical solariums, private beach access and a sumptuous spa, you'll feel pampered and spoilt from dusk till dawn. Rooms are spacious and delightfully decorated in charming Portuguese patterns and sophisticated furnishings.
Nestled beneath dramatic mountains, this colonial-style resort has its very own beach and marina. There’s also a wealth of indulgent facilities, including sports courts and a sumptuous spa. Rooms remain bright and sophisticated throughout, with tasteful courtyards and terraces to relax on.
Conveniently located close to vibrant Funchal, this delightful hotel offers dramatic scenery and unbeatable sunset panoramas. With cool and modern interiors, guests can enjoy a wealth of fantastic facilities. These include an enchanting rooftop bar, delectable restaurants and indulgent spa complex.
Services will you find in our hotels in Madeira
- Free Wi-Fi
- Room service
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Luxury toiletries
- Flatscreen TVs
- Luxury bathrooms
- Swimming pools
- Spa treatments
- Sports facilities
- Terraced bars
Going on holiday in Madeira
Madeira is among the best year-round destinations in the world, with a perpetual spring-like climate. Peak travel occurs during the summer holidays from July through August. This is when the weather is at its warmest with fewer rainy days. Another peak period is February when Madeira puts on a fantastic Carnival show. Winters are mild but wet, so pack for the humidity and guaranteed downfalls. If you’re planning on visiting Madeira’s prized hiking spots, spring and autumn provide the most comfortable walking temperatures and spectacular scenery.
Hotel offers at Madeira convenient for all kind of travel
With bustling beaches, sizzling seafood and jaw-dropping natural landscapes, Madeira has something for everyone. The romantic waterfront eateries and sumptuous spa resorts make it an ideal destination for couples and an excellent honeymoon location. For families travelling with children, you’ll find a wide range of fun outdoor excursions, including theme parks and water parks oriented to little ones. The caves of São Vicente and Madeira Skywalk at Cabo Girão are also guaranteed to impress. As a sophisticated island getaway, it’s also a fine destination for groups of friends looking for fun and adventure. From mountain and Levada hiking to bustling seafront nightlife, you’re guaranteed an action-packed stay.
The range of hotels we offer at Madeira
- Resort hotels
- Seafront hotels
- Boutique hotels
Madeira: What should we bring for a hotel stay?
- Comfortable shoes
- Evening attire
- Charging cables
- Sun cream
- Swimming costume
- Travel towel
- An umbrella
- Hiking clothes
Your best hotel at Madeira: how to get there and make your booking
How to get to Madeira
Madeira is accessible via air, although some arrive by ferry from the mainland. By far the most convenient route is via Lisbon Airport, which takes just 90 minutes to Madeira Airport. The main Madeira Airport is in Funchal, but there’s also another popular airport in Porto Santo. Once you’ve arrived in Madeira, you'll find car hires the most convenient way to explore the main island. However, it does take a confident driver to navigate many of Madeira's more rural roads, thanks to steep climbs and narrow twisting passages. If you don't have your own vehicle, buses conveniently ferry passengers from the airport to Funchal and beyond.
How to book your hotel in Madeira
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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Madeira
With diverse landscapes and eternal spring conditions, Madeira is among the world's best island escapes. You'll find plenty to do on this vibrant island, from sun-soaked beach adventures to serious hiking up majestic peaks. You'll find a fantastic variety of cultural attractions too, from Funchal's bustling nightlife in Zona Velha to first-rate dining spots and must-visit museums.
Madeira – marvel at spectacular landscapes
Madeira offers a wealth of unmissable vantage points and panoramic vistas to ensnare the senses. From the glass-bottom viewpoint of Cabo Girão to the mountainous paths of Pico do Arieiro, this is a photographer's dream. The traditional mountain village of Curral das Freiras is a leading sight in the heart of the island, and that’s not to mention the sumptuous beaches and fishing town views.