Costa D’Oiro Ambiance Village4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This spot is perfect for enjoying the beaches and the city of Lagos.We were in Room 1604, near a small pool and enjoyed the patio and quiet outside area. The breakfast was a short walk across the street and was delicious. Sam at the front desk gave us lots of suggestions for local dining and of course wonderful beach walks close by the hotel. Easy to find and free parking . Wifi excellent .
Friendly and helpful staff. Great location within walking distance to spectacular views and downtown Lagos. Fantastic breakfast. Easy to find and ample parking. Only reason to not rate it 5star is the room was a little dated but overall clean and comfortable.
Best choice of breakfasts of any hotel ever visited. Fresh hot breads, fresh fruit,meats cheeses,nuts, pastries such a huge choice. On the last day early flight, so too early for breakfast. A complementary packed snack bag was supplied by the hotel. Staff extremely friendly and helpfull. They contacted the hire company for us when our hire car broke down, and helped with translation when the breakdown truck arrived. Thanks again for a lovely stay, and the helpful staff. Your help was really appreciated. Will definitely return.
We had Superios studio room and it was best choice for many years of our trips. Not too expensive, quiet, clean, good swimming pools, very friendly staff and luxurious breakfast. Parking area beside the reseption house. I can really recommend this place for your holiday!
This hotel was wonderful. The staff were super friendly and helpful, the breakfast was amazing, the rooms were very clean and roomy, and the bed extremely comfortable. (Our bathroom DID have a door on it despite what a previous reviewer said.). Location was great, halfway between the town and the beaches. I don't have anything negative to say about it, so I would definitely recommend it.
Great! Everything was clean, the bed was huge and soooo comfortable. Breakfast was perfect and abundant. The staff was simply the best! Nádia, Miguel and Ana were super friendly and helpful! Miguel was tireless and so patience (we called him so many times). Nádia always greeted us with a smile in the morning and Ana, we only spoke with her on the check-out but also very friendly! Thank you all for the great service and wonderful stay!
This is a great option to stay in Lagos. Individual villas with different configuration rooms give it a lot of individualistic charm. It’s away from the busier part of town but near the beaches. The breakfast is fabulous and at other times the kitchen makes a version of snack pizzas that are divine and almost make up for the doorless bathrooms. Yes that’s right bathrooms without doors, which i don’t care how modern the decor is not practical, convenient or comfortable. The only down side to the place
Located within walking distance of two magniificent beaches, spectacular Porta de Piedade, and the charming Old City of Lagos, this comfortable hotel has 4-5 pools, large bedrooms, a small gym, and an overwhelming, delightful, breakfast feast which included delicious octopus, tasty sardines, every type of bread and rolls, various cakes, meats, assorted cheeses, fruits, pudding, olives, eggs, sausage, figs, dates, yogurts (try the fig and cinnamon), coffee, hot chocolate, teas, and several fresh juices. Heaven! We stayed a few days but could have stayed a week. Daniela was so friendly and helpful during our entire stay. She answered every question with patience and concern. This place was the favorite part of our Portugal trip. Enjoy your stay!
Overall the hotel was excellent and comfortable. Staff were friendly and helpful although I wasn't advised of the possibility of having a kettle in my room until I was checking out and the possibility of emptying the fridge to store milk etc. Most guests were German and the breakfast had an excellent array of meats and cheeses, Continental Style apart from the usual cereals, fruit etc but not a full English Breakfast as we were expecting. In a region that grows and exports orange juice the orange juice at breakfast was a poor supermarket quality. A pity. Overall thoroughly enjoyable experience nevertheless and peaceful and tranquil.
We thoroughly enjoyed Lagos and Costa D’Oiro Ambiance Village during our Oct 1-7 2017 stay. We were given fantastic service even before we arrived – I was communicating with Miguel through the B-Guest app (you will receive an email with a link for pre-check in the week prior to arrival). Anyway I was messaging with Miguel to give our room and location preferences. We unfortunately missed our connecting flight from Lisbon to Faro, and had to take a much later flight. I called the hotel, they were happy to accommodate the late 2am check in, AND really saved us by arranging the transfer from the airport to hotel at last minute. The other transfer we had pre-arranged couldn’t provide a car that late. On arrival at 2 am, Miguel drove us to our room – although a short walk it wouldn’t have been reasonable to tote our luggage on foot. TIP: Allow ample time to get through passport control in Lisbon – it took us 2 hours. Note that you need to go through passport control on entry to AND exit from Lisbon. THE ROOM: We had a one bedroom apartment with a walk out to the pool. We had 2 sliding glass doors, one from the living room and one from the bedroom, and our own little patio area with table and chairs. The lounge chairs around the pool are shared with other guests, but there really were not many people there at any given time. 2-4 usually, and everyone respected each other’s privacy. It was a very friendly and comfortable atmosphere. I think there were 6-7 rooms in the villa we stayed in. The room was lovely, clean and comfortable, cleaned each day by the friendly housekeeper Dana. THE RESORT: The resort is made up of 4-5 villas, each with a pool, but they are not all together on one property. They are spread over a small area of town. It was quite charming. We had a 5-10 minute walk along the pretty cobblestone street to the main villa where the breakfast buffet was. Along the way there was a small convenience store where we bought wine, beer, fruit, and snacks to take to our apartment. Also along the way was a cozy little bar/restaurant that we visited several times. We were just a 5 minute walk from the Praia D. Ana beach, 10 minute walk from Praia do Camilo beach, and 10 minute walk from downtown Lagos. We felt very safe walking everywhere, even at night. Note there are derelict buildings around, not sure the history, they look like hotels or apartments that were maybe partially built then abandoned. You get used to them after a while and don't really notice. It does not detract from the experience or the safety. TIP: Bring thick soled shoes for walking, the cobblestones can be uncomfortable in flip flops. THE FOOD: The breakfast buffet at the hotel was wonderful and was included with our room. You can choose to eat outside at the poolside tables or inside. They offered a nice selection of food, great coffee, and mimosas. We had dinner at the hotel once, it was very good but only had a couple of choices which I think they change daily. During the day we had lunches and cool beers at the open air restaurants that are prevalent everywhere. You’ll find them on the walk to town, and all over town. As well there is a casual restaurant/bar at the Praia D. Ana beach. Praia do Camilo has a fantastic restaurant called El Camilo, it is up top (not down at beach level). It was so good we went there twice. Reservations are a must. Just around the corner from our villa, less than 5 minute walk, was a great restaurant called Ondo Norte. Great selection, atmosphere, and quality. Reservations are a must here as well. THE BEACHES: Praia D. Ana is a large beach that you access down a 94 step stairway. It is not terribly steep, not a difficult climb back up. They have beach chairs with shades for rent for 13 euros or you can just lay a towel on the sand. Picturesque, surrounded by cliffs with large rock formations on the beach and in the water. Praia do Camilo beach is smaller but breathtaking. It is a much steeper climb, 246 steps. You need to take your time climbing back up, there are landings along the way with benches where you can rest. There is a small cave off the beach, and an interesting rock formation with an arch in the middle, right in the water. As well there are beaches in downtown Lagos that stretch for miles. THE TOWN: Lagos is a quaint pretty town with narrow cobblestone streets, very old buildings, sidewalk cafes everywhere, and lots of interesting shops. There is a river/waterway running along the bottom edge, across which is the marina. Along the edge is a wide walkway with market stalls selling all kinds of merchandise, as well as booths where you can sign up for water trips – grotto, dolphins, etc. THE WEATHER: Fantastic. We were not prepared for how warm it would be. I’m not sure if it was an exception but it averaged ~27-28 celsius for the week. There was a bit of humidity but not bad. The sky was the bluest we have ever seen … consistently. We didn’t see even a wisp of a cloud the entire week. I hope this review helps fellow travellers – Lagos and Costa D’Oiro are highly recommended!
- Walking distance to Dona Ana Beach
- Free full breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Costa D’Oiro Ambiance Village places you within a 10-minute stroll of Dona Ana Beach and Camilo Beach. This 85-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 6 outdoor pools, free breakfast, and free in-room WiFi. Meia Praia Beach and Luz Beach are also nearby.
Start your day off right with a free full breakfast, served each morning from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM. This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in regional cuisine.
All 85 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies or patios and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and satellite TV. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. In-room massages are available.
Guests of Costa D’Oiro Ambiance Village enjoy 6 outdoor pools, a children's pool, and a health club. If you drive, self parking is EUR 0 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 37.5 per person one-way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets. Additional amenities include a sauna, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas.
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87.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 359 reviews