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    Quinta Do Monte



    Quinta Do Monte Portugal



    Hotel in Funchal



    Madeira - Hotel in Funchal



    Hotel Quinta Do Monte



    Quinta Do Monte


Quinta do Monte

Quinta do Monte

Surrounded by an extensive network of tropical, verdant gardens, the Quinta do Monte lies in the heart of the picturesque, historic village of Monte set high in the hills above Funchal. The cable car terminal sits just a two minute walk away, opening travelers up to a host of
explorations of this stunning island paradise.

This beautiful Manor house is a haven of relaxation and tranquility, complemented by signature white-glove service. This hillside village has long been the destination of choice of discerning European travelers and is best known for its commanding views. The Manor house has been carefully restored to its original splendor, with a classically- designed erception area, reading room and billiard room complete with traditional Madeiran antique furniture and rich wood, plus a stately lounge and cocktail bar. Traditional cuisine is featured in the Monte Garden restaurant overlooking the flora.

Rooms here are charming and spacious, tastefully decorated and enhanced with modern conveniences, all proffering gorgeous views of the Atlantic Ocean and the mountains. Guests here can also take in the vistas through the windows surrounding their heated indoor pool which offers maximum exposure the sun, or simply bask in the luxury of a Turkish bath, Jacuzzi or invigorate in the fitness room or the nearby Vimala Chandra Spa at sister hotel Quinta das Vistas.

theExplorateur Exclusive Offer

Complimentary room upgrade from Garden View to Superior

Contact Information

Caminho do Monte n. 192 e 194 - Monte
9050-288 Funchal
T. +351.291.724.236
F. +351.291.762.171
E. reservations@quintadomontemadeira.com


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About Madeira

Known as the pearl of the Atlantic, the island of Madeira rises from the Atlantic Ocean and is as proudly Portuguese as it is magically majestic. Its famed year-round balmy climate has kept it a consistent favorite for decades, and easy short flight hops from both London and Lisbon make it quite accessible even for those hailing from long distances away.

Explorers who discovered this island some 600 years ago were overwhelmed by its lush vegetation and abundance of trees, and hence decided to name it the Portuguese word for wood and the centuries have been kind to the island ever since. Blessed with near-perfect weather, glimmering beaches, crystalline waters and a wealth of nature and adventure prospects, its perhaps one of the worlds last remaining perfect places.

Funchal, Madeiras capital, is a delightfully cosmopolitan city, bustling at a warm and fun pace with lively, friendly people and no shortage of neither restaurants, nor markets, nor stunning churches and charming homes. As you venture out on the beautifully maintained roads, Madeira becomes your nature playground, complete with everything from bird sanctuaries to botanical gardens, rock formations for hiking and climbing, to all manner of watersport to be enjoyed on its glistening shores.