About Hotel Alisios
- high speed internet in room
- swimming pool
- free internet
- bar lounge
- free parking
- wheelchair access
- free wireless internet in room
- room service
- air conditioning
- dry cleaning
- meeting room
- non smoking rooms
- laundry service
- concierge desk
- flatscreen tv
- family rooms
- multilingual staff
- breakfast buffet
- rooftop bar
- rooftop terrace
- private balcony
- reduced mobility rooms
- heated pool
- indoor pool
6 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
"Lovely hotel, good location to beach and old town, friendly staff, modern bedroom and bathroom, super sun terrace and restaurant with great views, wonderful food, would return."
- Travel date: Mon 19th of August 2013
"We was here from 16th to 22 th september 2006 . Its was a fantastic hotel .The staff friendly and always helpful . The surroundings beach are wonderful. I was there with my husband and 3 yrs old daughter, its dont really cater for children but a great holiday was had by all. Everyone from the maids to the owner would remember you . The owner even gave my daughter a portugasse doll . WONDERFUL place will be returning VERY soon."
- Travel date: Sat 23rd of September 2006
We have stayed at the Alisios several ti...
"We have stayed at the Alisios several times and have nothing but praise for it.
Its position is perfect - built on a cliff overlooking the sea in a quiet but central area of Albufeira.
It's well worth paying extra for the sea-view rooms as the land-view rooms overlook the road. The Alisios does not "do" package tours but it is easy enough to book by phone or internet or through the Portuguese travel agency Portimar. There is an enormous sun-deck with plenty of loungers and stairs down to the beach below.
The hotel is beautifully clean and well furnished. Unlike most Mediterranean hotels, everything works! Anything extra you may need, such as more pillows, will be there within moments of your request.
The breakfasts were excellent. As well a wide variety of juices, breads, cheese, cold meats and so on, scrambled eggs, bacon etc will be cooked to order on request.
All in all, I cannot fault the Alisios. The staff, without exception, were all excellent and took a pride in their work.
If you are looking for a quiet, well-run hotel - look no further! If your idea of a good holiday is a week at Butlins with wall-to-wall entertainment then the Alisios is not for you! "
- Travel date: Sat 13th of May 2006
Great Hotel / Tolles Hotel, sehr empfehlenswert!
"We stayed here for 1 week in Sept 2004.
We really loved this hotel, especially the direct access to the beach. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful in every way. The rooms are spotless and ours was spacious.
One thing I would definitely recommend is insisting on a room with a sea view when making your booking, as this makes a big difference (there are rooms facing the main road) to the quality of stay. We had a room with sea view, and went to sleep every night to the sound of waves breaking on the beach below!
Breakfast is very generous, snacks etc available all day, small hotel, personal service. 10 mins walk from town centre, fine to walk, although for older people maybe a bit steep.
We hope to go back soon!
Hotel sehr empfehlenswert!"
- Travel date: Mon 17th of January 2005
Very pleasant stay
"In october 2002 we had a very pleasant stay in this hotel, therefore we are going back to this place. Very friendly management, very clean and quiet, well equiped rooms etc.etc.Wonderful view over the beach and the sea."
- Travel date: Wed 8th of October 2003
We loved it
"We found the mangement and staff to be very friendly and helpfull. The hotel was clean,top quality bedrooms with beach and sea view balcony.
Being just outside the old town meant that it was quiet yet only a few minutes from all good restaurants and bars. Yes there were a few steps down to the beach but most of the Algarve is like that, the beaches were great and one could walk for miles. We will be going back to this hotel again within the year. Excellent and first class."
- Travel date: Mon 22nd of September 2003