Five-star Madeira resort break with a thalasso spa
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Superior room with ocean view
A five-star Madeira holiday at a modern resort with a spa – includes half board, a welcome gift, spa access twice per stay, a bottle of wine and all travel
- Modern and minimalist, the five-star VidaMar Resort Hotel in Madeira is a luxurious observer of the Atlantic Ocean, with its glinting blue panoramic views. Sitting at the ocean’s tip on the southern coast of Madeira, it is just moments from central Funchal. The resort holds a sparkly TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
- At VidaMar Resort Hotel you’ll find a plethora of restaurants, plus a piano bar lit up with live music at night. Savour local and international specialities, from fresh seafood at Sabor a Mar to Italian delicacies at Mamma Mia. Back at your room, a private balcony and en-suite bathroom with bathtub, shower and vanity sinks comes as standard, along with a balcony and lovely views.
- Set across a sprawling 2,000 square metres, the spa offers a thalasso vitality pool, steam room, sauna, showers, and indoor and outdoor relaxation areas facing the sea. Massages overlooking the sea are a real treat here, and a spa cafe is on hand with refreshments.
- Swimming pool
- Beauty treatments
- Fitness centre
- Table tennis
- Games room
- Room service
How to get there
Cristiano Ronaldo Madeira International Airport is around 15 kilometres away. Flights and airport transfers are included.
Good to know
As part of your half-board basis, you'll be able to 'Dine Around' in each of the themed restaurants, and tuck into set menus or opt for a la carte. For a la carte options, a menu allowance of €15 per person (€7.50 for children) will be deducted from the bill. Please be aware that the 'Dine Around' concept is popular, and it is advisable to book restaurants at least 24 hours before dining.
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