AddressRua Filipe Alisto, N 62-1 FaroSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Truly one of the last of the older-style, rambling Portuguese guesthouses, this place has a charismatic owner, plus pot plants, plastic flowers, African masks and museum-style paraphernalia. The best of the 18 rooms have antique furniture, high ceilings and wrought-iron balconies. Smaller, tile-floored rooms are in the back.
Our independent authors have visited Residencial Dandy and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Faro.
Description provided by property
Hotel-Residential 'Dandy' is located in the historic city of Faro near the Churches of St. Peter and Carmo (Chapel of Bones) of high tourist interest. The Hotel-Residential 'Dandy' has the privilege to offer you the best price, for a good family environment and tranquility.
Hotel-Residential 'Dandy' is located in the ideal place for everything the city has to offer.
Hotel-Residential 'Dandy' is entirely at our disposal to give you the best possible stay.Some of our services are: Laundry, Rent-a-Car, Transportation to the Airport, Internet Wireless, Among others.
Hotel-Residential 'Dandy' has 18 rooms equipped with Air Conditioning, Cable TV, refrigerator and private bathroom. We all so have two rooms of conviviality, so you can enjoy a family environment of a conversation between friends, read a book or watch television.
Services & facilities
- Free Parking
- Laundry Facilities
- Wheelchair Friendly
- 24 Hour Reception
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Internet Access
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