AddressRua Da Faria e Silva, 13 LagosSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Lagosmar boasts fairly nondescript rooms that are simple, neat and comfortable. Some have tiny balconies. Prices are considerably less than stated outside high season.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Lagosmar and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Lagos.
Description provided by property
Lagosmar is a family hotel renovated in 2009, the guest rooms are warmly decorated and include free Wi- Fi and air conditioning, lobby, 24-hour reception, lounge, bar, snooker room, breakfast room, laundry service, and a terrace with wonderful views of Lagos and the sea. Located in the historical center of Lagos, 750 meters from the beach a 500 meters away from train station. Ideal for relax holidays where everything is near. At a very short walking distance there is an elegant marina offering good cuisine and entertainment and is near the bus station and taxi stand.
The Hotel is located in the historical center of Lagos, 750 meters from the beach a 500 meters away from train station, bus stop appro. 50 meters, Faro International Airport approx 90Kms, Lisbon Airport approx. 300 kms. Aprox. 50 meters you can find Banks, Supermarkets, Chemist, Post Office, Police Statio 1000 meters, Hospital Lagos 700 meters, Private Hospital Lagos 1000 meters, Boat Trips Lagos avenue 100 meters, Zoo de Lagos approx. 9,5kms and the Algarve Race Track approx. 15 minutes by car. Lagosmar Hotel guests enjoy special rates on car park with surveillance distance approx. 200 meters
Room Facilities: Hair Dryer, Safe Deposit Box (payable locally), Air Conditioning, Satellite TV, Telephone, Full bathroom, Wi-Fi free
Cancellation policy : 48hrs
Services & facilities
- Free Breakfast
- Bicycle Hire
- Cable TV
- Pool Table
- Outdoor Terrace
- 24 Hour Reception
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
Statue of Dom Sebastião
In the centre of town, this curious 1970s sculpture commemorates the ill-fated founder of the city.
Rua da Barroca
Rua da Barroca once formed the boundary between the town and the sea and retains some Moorish features.
On the western side of the centre is a restored section of the stout town walls, built (atop earlier versions) during the reigns of both...
Red Eye Bar
This straight-up rock 'n' surf bar makes a top spot to kick off the night, with drinks specials, a pool table and friendly staff.
The secret is out. This buzzing place pulls in the crowds – locals, tourists and expats – for its hearty, top-quality traditional food...