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Dom Pedro Baia Club

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Portugal, Europe
Machico

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.

Spectacular outlooks and a tranquil setting makes for a superior holiday destination:

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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Facilities

  • Outdoor heated seawater pool
  • Outdoor heated children's pool
  • Restaurant
  • 2 bars
  • Tennis
  • Dive Centre*
  • Sports centre
  • Volley ball and badminton
  • Hairdresser*
  • Live music and folklore
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  • *Some facilities may incur an additional fee

Room Types

Twin Seaview Room
20m2
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The Local Area

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.

Trip Advisor Reviews

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Relaxing holiday

Review by Barbara S Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

We stayed recently and really enjoyed it. Our room was on 7th floor advertised as garden view but we could see the sea. Basic room with everything we needed...

We stayed all inclusive. Breakfast was buffet style with a wide choice of cooked breakfast,cereals, fruit, yoghurt, croissants, cold meat and cheeses. Juice from a self serve machine tasted like made from concentrate but ok. Coffee again self serve machine. Coffee only available at breakfast. Other times from the bar. Lunch and evening meal were buffet style. 3 options usually fish, pork or beef. Starter of soup or salad then cake or ice cream. The descriptions were a bit confusing. One day they had wheat soup. Turned out to be broth with meat and vegetables which was tasty. You can laze by the pool or wander around the area the sea front with restaurant and bar. We took the local bus to Funchal to have a wander around. Took a boat trip.

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Disapointing

The island is beautiful, it is a pity that the hotel does not impress so much. The room lacks basic things such as a hair dryer, bathrobe, conditioner ... the all inclusive bar is regrettable - there are no classic drinks, they are additionally payable, and the alcohol of the worst sort available in the package, fish are delicious to eat, but salads are not for Very, apart from that, a small selection of dishes, from the desserts I liked ice cream and local cakes the most...

The restaurant service is rude - you never end up swallowing and they take your plate away, they shout to each other from both ends of the room, which makes it impossible to eat in peace, unpleasant when dealing with the guest. A very big minus. Another is the fact that the pool is not cleaned every day, so you bathe in muck.

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Good location…..the rest is average at best

Review by Kevin D Leatherhead, Surrey

Stayed 2 nights in one of the junior suites. Great location, 2 mins from sea front, view from room is good across the bay to the marina. The rest is average, booked bnb but ate evening meal one night as it was late at 22 eu a head, food was poor and limited…all from a buffet. Breakfast i# average, again a buffet. Small side plates for breakfast….need to go back for a refill...

The machine made coffee is undrinkable. The staff out on local cultural dancing and singing in trad costumes. Interesting The room was ok, but dates and in need of refurbing. Good sound proofing, but it needs to be as aircraft leaving and arriving at the local airport almost pasoverhead within a minute gliding tim3 from th3 end of the runway. Honestly, stay here and eat elsewhere….ps check out was very slow.

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"I've told you twice!"

Well,first time visit to Maderia and at this lovely location but I'm going to get a few of negatives out the way first. The staff,some friendly,some are a bit sharp,at the restaurant I think he was a head waiter? Came up to me and said loudly "I've told you twice!Wear your mask!!"Never saw him before in my life so to be honest this didn't go down too well with me as also I didn't think the food was that good either,coffee was awful,fortunately we only booked B&B. Also,not sure of the cause but both me and my wife have woken up covered in bites on our faces and there wasn't really that many mosquitoes?? But-we booked one of the club rooms on the third floor,lovely balcony with nice views,comfortable beds,kettle and drink making facilities,tv,fridge,safe (pay €2 a day)wardrobes,clean bathroom,towels,robes and the rooms were cleaned to a great standard...

Nearby there is a lovely sandy beach and pebble beach,if you like surfing there are lessons to take.There's a lovely little town but I think it's classed as a city very nearby with shops,restaurants and supermarkets. And one of the main bonuses is the airport is 5 minutes away. We would come again I guess as the area is beautiful.

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Great location

Review by Snorkeller02 Santiago de Compostela, Spain

The hotel is imposing. Rooms are clean. Sparsely decorated...

Heater helped keep us warm. Watch hot. Weather shocking. Reception Helpful and lovely. Coffee at breakfast was awful, but otherwise super selection of hot and cold food. Location excellent at end of beach.

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