Quinta da Bela Vista Madeira Hotel, located in Funchal, is a small luxury 5 star Madeira Hotels, winner of Europe's Leading Boutique Hotels from World Travel Awards. This exclusive Hotel offers elegant rooms with a private balcony featuring views of beautiful botanical gardens and stunning views overlooking Funchal bay.
Here you'll receive the warm and genuine hospitality of the traditional Madeiran Quintas! There are many moments to be cherished at Quinta da Bela Vista, one of the most select and exclusive family properties on Madeira island.
This five stars hotel enveloped in two hectares of luxurious botanical gardens - the ideal place to relax and enjoy spectacular views. Their commitment ensures every guest wishes are fulfilled, making you feel at home.
Quinta da Bela Vista has 89 rooms including a penthouse suite with two large bedrooms, 5 junior suites, 20 Deluxe rooms, 22 superior rooms and 40 garden view rooms, with delightful views overlooking our lush gardens or Funchal bay and mountains.
The rooms offer free connection to the Internet over Wi-Fi and LED TV, and are available with 2 twins or 1 king-size bed. Optionally, rooms with connecting doors are available.
Extra bed or baby cot are available upon request and must be confirmed directly with the Hotel.
Quinta da Bela Vista has two renowned restaurants and a snack bar by the pool, which offer a cozy environment to relax and enjoy a great variety of dishes and drinks.
Bela Vista Restaurant
In the "Casa Mãe" you will find the à la Carte of Quinta Bela Vista
A space to enjoy and awaken your five senses, savoring our international cuisine
Enjoy afternoon tea in a refined atmosphere, tasting our cakes and scones
Avista Navios Restaurant
In the reception ward, you find the restaurant Avista Navios.
In this space is served a nice breakfast buffet every morning and also half pensions are usually served with a varied five courses menu.
Pool Snack Bar
At the pool bar, enjoy beautiful views of the mountains and the bay of Funchal, where you can have a cocktail or a lighter meal.
Madeira Islands is a delightful garden island, a subtropical paradise, famous for the Madeira wine and beautiful weather, as well for sub-tropical flora and fauna, appeals to walkers, botanists and sun-seekers alike.
For walkers the levadas - irrigation channels that cross the island, form a network of trails that take you through spectacular volcanic landscapes - are the best.
There are things to do for everyone, including exciting watersports like diving, sailing and windsurfing or more radicals like paragliding and surfing.
Today, it is a popular year-round resort, being visited every year by about one million tourists. Noted as well as for its annual New Year celebrations that feature the largest fireworks show in the world and also the famous flower festival in spring.