About Melia Madeira Mare
Melia Madeira Mare is located right on the seafront, in the area of Lido with its wide range of restaurants, shops and night spots and near the centre of Funchal and the city’s trendy clubs and bars, the Meliá Madeira Mare is the best option for discovering and exploring the sights of this wonderful island in the Atlantic Ocean, thanks to its excellent location, its luxury facilities and the quality of its services.
The Meliá Madeira Mare provides 220 modern contemporary rooms with views of the Atlantic Ocean; free high speed WiFi internet throughout the hotel; different dining spaces (Mare Nostrum Restaurant/ Il Massimo Restaurant/ Ilheu Restaurant/ La Luna Bar); spectacular lagoon-pool overlooking the sea; a fabulous Spa; a magnificent Convention Centre; games room; library and free parking for our guests.
Melia Madeira Mare is very well-reviewed on Trip Advisor and is rated Going Luxury Gold.
Melia Madeira Mare – Find out why Madeira is the ‘Worlds Leading Island Destination’ three years running… known as ‘The Pearl of the Atlantic’, Portugal’s Madeira is steeped with old world traditions, ambient culture and a natural beauty encapsulated by an intoxicating botanical bliss.
An enchanting natural landscape made up of lofty mountains, striking cliffs, verdant forests and flower gardens – this floating oasis presents a plethora of paths and trails to discover its wonderful scenery from. A little piece of paradise made up of sea, sun and everything in between – on the ‘World’s Leading Island Destination’ you’ll be delighted, entertained and amazed in equal measure. However, this hiker’s paradise has an abundance of strings to its illustrious bow.
The quirky capital, Funchal, exhibits a postcard-worthy harbour and a cityscape backed by dramatic slopes. A picturesque Old Town presents a kaleidoscope of colour and history upon narrow cobble-stoned streets, meanwhile there’s a cosmopolitan centre packed full of vibrant bars and fusion restaurants waiting to be discovered.
Flanked by the ocean, Madeira prospers from a maritime climate that has made it a holiday hotbed for sun seekers. Benefiting from a setting just off the northwest shores of Africa, this subtropical archipelago flaunts lots of sun and balmy temperatures throughout the seasons.
With whale and dolphin watching, the infamous Monte Taboggan ride, must experiene “levada” walks, day trips to the seaside haven of Porto Santo and water sports galore among its premier attractions – Madeira knows how to leave a lasting impression.
Offering its own unique take on gastronomy – this food loving island serves up a rich variety of flavours to savour. Traditional meat dishes consist of grilled beef with garlic on laurel stick while popular seafood options include limpets, black scabbard fish fillets and tuna. Wash it all down with a glass of world-famous Madeiran wine or Poncha, a tasty beverage made with sugar cane rum, honey and lemon juice.