Madeira is synonymous with stunning views and landscapes, and if you want to see them for yourself, why not try the Dom Pedro Madeira at Machico? Set against the spectacular mountains and looking out over the ocean, the Dom Pedro Madeira is an incredible setting for a hotel, and Machio is a wonderful venue for a Madeira holiday.
Holidaying in Machico will put you right in touch with the authentic Madeira. Machico is a quiet setting – but full of colour, culture and history. The old church and forts are well worth a visit – and are excellent places to sit back and take in the wonders of old and new Madeira.
The area is as popular with walkers as it is with swimmers and sunbathers, and a tour of the fine local restaurants is also highly recommended.
Although, don't forget, this is an all-inclusive package, so you'll want to leave plenty of room for your meal back at the Dom Pedro Madeira. And the experience is certainly something special. The exceptional menu and exhilarating sea view will add lustre to any meal. Those views are a feature of the comfortable twin and double rooms too. Twin/double side seaview rooms are comfortably furnished with a private bathroom. Facilities include direct dial telephone, air-conditioning/heating, satellite/cable TV, personal safe (at a fee).Bayview rooms and club seaview rooms with a balcony are available at a supplement.
Machio is also well placed for anyone wanting to experience a little more of Madeira. The convenient local bus runs a regular service to the capital, Funchal. And if you're content to stay closer to home, there is the new Machico beach to enjoy as well as a host of facilities back at the Dom Pedro Madeira.
Every day can have a distinctly different flavour – one day the heated seawater pool and drinks at the bar perhaps; another a relaxing wander about town, then a lavish meal; another a new hair-do before the evening entertainment begins, courtesy of your hosts at the Dom Pedro Madeira.
Madeira is full of beautiful sights, but none more beautiful to the new traveller than the sight of the Dom Pedro Madeira nestled in the shadows of the mountain, and gazing out over the deep, blue sea.
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This hotel offering All-Inclusive holidays, is on the east coast of Madeira at Machico. Standing between the mountains and the ocean overlooking a new sandy beach, it is close to the old fishing port. The Dom Pedro Baia Club is about 15 miles from Funchal and there is a regular bus to and from the island's capital.
Perfectly adeqate hotel, nice breakfast nice beach and pool, only downers was the weather 50 50 and of course the whole covid scenario with paperwork etc is a pain but resort and hotel i couldnt fault and weather permitting Would return, no balcony but big windows compensate for that ,plus got free sea view, bars restaurants nearby if you want to eat out , overall very nice !
Hi, after just 4 days I had to leave the hotel and I booked 6 days at the difrent place. Hotel staff is incredibly rude as a guest I was ordered around making me wear mask (I'm exempt),when I was promised by the manager that I won't have any problems any more first thing next morning I was denied breakfast, waiter after all my complaints about him and the way they are dealing with customers spoke back at me in Portuguese after I ordered beers, blankets are older then what I had in army, beds look like kids on the technical education made them. And don't expect a smile not even on reception you can stand there all day unless you ask them something you are not going to hear how can we help...
I guess it comes from the management 11 days ago I left no one called, I left a message at the reception for her.
Just back from a 10 night stay at the Dom Pedro maderia with my husband and 5 year old son. We had a fabulous stay! We were given room 216 which had a balcony and sea view so we were very happy. The room was cleaned daily with fresh towels- the maids were always friendly and polite and made a fuss of our son, if you wasn’t quite ready when they knocked at the door then they always came back...
We had breakfast every morning and there was a large selection- you wore a glove and your mask to help yourself. Breakfast included different breads and rolls, a range of croissants, cereal, mix of fruit, yoghurts, sausages, mushrooms, beans, eggs, cheese, ham,cakes and salads. Plus hot and cold drinks. You could go back up and get more if wanted. The restaurant had a lovely view over the sea, mountains and swimming pool. All staff were friendly and helpful. The pool area was kept clean with plenty of sun beds. Entertainment in hotel every other night- including singers and traditional dancing. We stayed bed and breakfast but plenty of people all inclusive. Machino is a lovely area with a clean safe Sandy beach which we enjoyed. Machino has a nice traditional town with supermarkets, gift shops and a range of lovely restaurants all within walking distance. Pizza cafe was our son’s favourite- massive tasty pizzas. Another fabulous restaurant was mercado Velho- we ate here 3 times the food and wine was lovely! There is also a nice playground near the restaurants which our son was very happy about. The beach and town centre are just a 10 min walk from the hotel. We hired a car for half of our stay from a local car hire place (very expensive from airport so recommended car hire from a local place). It was really worth hiring a car so we could get out to see the beautiful island. There are plenty of taxis however these can work out quite expensive. The bus is cheap and reliable and stops very close to hotel if needed. Would recommend the water park, a visit to Funchal (the capital) and go on the cable cars and the traditional sleigh rides, good shopping & restaurants. The park in Santana is definitely a good day out especially for children- boat rides, a great playground, animals, maze, few rides and traditional houses to look at. The natural pools in Porto Moniz are stunning to see and swim in and a lovely town. The black sand beach and stunning scenery at Seixal beach is beautiful. We also done a hike to the highest point. We also done a boat trip with Madeira sea emotions- would highly recommend this company- we saw 2 large groups of dolphins including a mum and baby which was so wonderful to see, the man doing the boat tour was really good and caring and told us all about the dolphins. Maderia is a beautiful island with plenty to see and do- would definitely recommend a visit to this simply stunning island and a stay at the Dom Pedro would make an excellent base for exploring.
It is a good hotel for a 2/3 nights stop well located, clean, convenient. The staff was nice during breakfast. The hotel could have a little refresh because it is getting old. Good experience would come back
This hotel was a last minute choice due to two cancellations in a week and we didn't have time to do our research on it before we booked.
The Dom Pedro Hotel in madeira is quite a nice hotel if a little dated. Our room (214) had a nice view from the balcony overlooking the sea but we had to pay an extra 105 euros for the privilege when we got there as we were not told that most rooms don't have a balcony and you have to pay 15 euros a night extra for one. The hotel is literally 10 minutes from the airport...
We were all inclusive but you can only get drinks from the pool bar between 10 and 6. After that you can get a drink from the very quiet piano bar until 11.30 but I think most people were in bed by then lol. The hotel is situated directly on the sea front although no sandy beach just a large pebble beach which is more for surfer's and a small man made beach further along. The local beer is called sardes which was OK but not great. My wife had to drink the rum as the house vodka was awful. Staff were generally helpful and polite although there were one or two slightly grumpy ones one the dining hall. Rooms 'cleaned' and towels changed every day. WiFi was free and we both had pretty good connections all around the hotel. Not sure if it's because of covid restrictions but it is a very quiet hotel with not much to do if the weather isn't great. This certainly wouldn't have been our choice had we checked it out first but we couldn't really complain about too much as the place was clean, food was good and the staff were helpful. We would probably stay in funchal if we went back to madeira as we were told the weather is always better there than machico where this hotel is. Apparently its usually a lot more cloudy here and we had three days of rain from our 7. All in all we had a relaxing holiday but if you like full sun, a sandy beach and hotel entertainment every night then this probably isn't the place for you.