Phil'S Haven Hostel is a simple lodging for budget-conscious visitors with rooms at 16US$ per one-night stay. The affordable Hotel Do Centro with rates from 99US$ is situated only a 5-minute walk from the city center. Monte Verde is a low-priced apartment near Hands offering an outdoor swimming pool, diving and hiking. If you're looking for reasonably priced hotels that give you good value for money, then Residencial Monte Verde in Sao Martinho district is a superb choice.
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Where to stay in Funchal (Madeira)?
Best cheap hotels in Funchal (Madeira)
Funchal (Madeira) airports & Subway stations
If you'd rather stay closer to the airport for an early flight, White Waters is only 30 minutes on foot away from Cristiano Ronaldo Madeira International airport and offers a golf course, a rooftop terrace and horse riding.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you are traveling to Funchal (Madeira), consider hotels in the very heart of the city center such as Residencial Gordon and Funchal Design Hotel. An option near the city center is Residencial Funchal next to Pau de Canela. Santa Maria district is filled with 3 hotels, such as Arts In Hotel Conde Carvalhal and Choupana Hills Resort And Spa.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Funchal (Madeira)
If you're looking for upscale hotels in Funchal (Madeira), try Musa D'Ajuda or Madeira Palacio. Melia Madeira Mare and Monte Carlo are both boutique hotels situated in Imaculado Coracao de Maria district, putting you at the heart of this lively area. Sensimar Savoy Gardens (Adults Only) is a 4-star chain hotel with sea views, alongside it offers an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a solarium.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Arriaga Apartment is a budget apartment with hiking, free parking and complimentary private parking. B&Bs in Funchal (Madeira) include Monumental Apartment and Pensao Astoria. Enjoy family time in Pestana Royal Premium All Inclusive Ocean & Spa Resort, a family friendly hotel in Sao Martinho district. Guests who enjoy nature may want to stay at Five Design Rooftop By Storytellers near a botanical garden and a harbor.
City Guide: Discover the best of Funchal (Madeira)
Funchal is the largest Portuguese city in the south of Madeira Island, located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.
The city has numerous banana plantations, lush gardens and high mountains. The city is blessed with all-year round sunshine which makes it a popular tourist destination. Funchal is a perfect place for water sport, such as surfing and diving. On your days free of sunbathing, you can go swimming with dolphins or whale-watching. Promenades along the mountain woods, boat trips and golfing are also available to you in Funchal.
Funchal is famous for its grand four and five-star hotels overlooking the Atlantic. To make a good deal for money, it is worth booking with Booked.net. You will find a wide range of Funchal hotels from low-cost options to luxury hotels on the website.
The city’s history dates back to 1421 and thus has a significant cultural heritage. There are plenty of things to see in do. The major sights include:
- Jardins Do Palheiro, a park located at an altitude of 500m. Here you can see various plants from across the world and a great number of tropical plants blooming all-year round. The park is split on several gardens, some of which lead to the golf course.
- Madeira Botanical Gardens offers a stroll around 2000 plants. This is one of the top attractions in Madeira.
- Santa Clara Convent founded in the 15th century. Here you can see the burial place of Madeira’s discoverer Joao Goncalves Zarco.
- Sao Lourenco Palace was originally the residence for Madeira’s governors. Nowadays the palace serves as a national residence.
- Se Cathedral is the first church built in Funchal. Its architecture is a fusion of Gothic, Moorish and local styles.
The Market - Mercado Dos Lavradores is another great spot worth visiting. On its two levels you can find fresh fruits and vegetables from across Madeira. This is also the place to look for freshly caught fishes. If you fancy taking a stroll in the picturesque spots, Monte Palace Hotel Gardens is the place for you. On the territory of this defunct hotel you will find a Chinese garden with a beautiful lake and stunning artwork pieces.