Hotel Oceano

Hotel Oceano

Oceano Hotel is situated in the centre of the picturesque seaside resort of Praia das Maçãs. It is 40 km away from Lisbon International Airport, and 12 km away from the romantic village of Sintra.

Between the sea and the mountains, it is inserted in the Sintra-Cascais Natural Park. It is ideal if you are looking for tranquility or enjoying cultural and sports activities such as water sports (surfing and body boarding), golf, fishing, riding, historical sightseeing, trekking, mountain biking,

among others.

Oceano Hotel provides comfortable rooms with sea and mountain views. All rooms have a private bathroom, free wifi, central heating, a telephone and a TV.

Once you are at the hotel, you can get to know the Oceano Restaurant which invites you to discover the delights of Portuguese cuisine. Near the hotel you can also visit the public pool with sea water, a playground, a tennis court, as well as several handicraft shops, cafes and bars. Beyond these points of interest, one of the attractions of this area is the well-known and picturesque promenade and the historical tram that links the romantic village of Sintra to Praia das Macãs.

Just 3 minutes’ drive from Praia Grande, Oceano offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and Serra de Sintra. The property is a 15-minute drive from the Sintra centre, famed for its palaces and monuments. Each room at the Hotel Oceano includes a sofa bed and a cable TV. The rooms are decorated with wooden furniture and colourful bedspreads. All are fitted with heating and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. A buffet-style breakfast is served daily. Light snacks and drinks are offered at the snack bar. Room service, including breakfast, is also available. Guests can rent a car at Oceano. Cascais is 21 km away, while Estoril is within 23 km. Lisbon's centre is at a 40 km distance and Humberto Delgado International Airport is a 42-minute drive away.

From € 46.75 to € 108.90

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