Located in the Lisbon suburb of Cascais, the InterContinental Estoril provides families with a resort-like experience. Offering breathtaking views of the ocean, the hotel is within walking distance to Cascais Beach and Tamariz Beach. The InterContinental Estoril provides guests with spacious rooms, private bathrooms and the option to reserve rollaway cots. Connecting rooms are also available for those families needing more sleeping space. Breakfast is available at an additional fee per person. Families can enjoy meals at the hotel restaurant or take advantage of 24-hour room service. Kids will love the close proximity to the beach, as well as the indoor and outdoor pools at the hotel. Other family-friendly activities at the hotel include golfing and tennis. Lisbon and its cultural experiences are easily and quickly accessed via public transportation.
Our Editor Loves
- Being close to the beach
- Indoor and outdoor pools
- Onsite golf and tennis
- Water Sports
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Very lucky to stay in this hotel
Really enjoyed everything in this hotel very nice ambiance nice kind staff good breakfast the place is in very nice area for summer vacation I recommend it for families to enjoy
Overall this is a new hotel on the outskirts of town (but definitely walking distance say 10 minutes on the boardwalk). It is located right in front of the ocean and there is a commuter train in front of the hotel between the hotel and the ocean that is very loud. The rooms do have sliding glass doors that must be hurricane proof (they feel like they weigh a ton) and provided pretty good sound proofing.
The rooms are good, nice views. Staff with the one exception below is very good and helpful. Decent breakfast on the outside terrace although the area is cramped.
So the hiccup? We valet parked our car for the night. The next morning they could not find the keys. Took them 45 minutes. Apparently the guy whom parked our car left the keys in another car--thankfully the manager reversed engineered the problem and eventually found them. We wasted a lot of time waiting but oh well.
Their response after we got sorted--"the manager wants to offer you a gift." So we waited another 10 minutes while they tried to figure that out before getting us a bottle of Port to take. I looked up the bottle as I did not recognize the winemaker and it was a $9 bottle of Port retail. I would have preferred not to wait. I guess we can cook with it.
If you want to say "sorry" do not do it with a $9 bottle of wine/port!