Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro, Mêda
Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro, Mêda
Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro, Mêda
Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro, Mêda
Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro, Mêda
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Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro

Marialva, Mêda

Review

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JaimeFnw
04 Jul 2020 - Pasangan
I had wanted to go to Casas do Côro for many years after reading an article in the Portuguese press and decided to celebrate a special occasion there. Marialva is a beautiful place and the space of the Casas is overall tastefully decorated and very pleasant, be it the pool, the dining room or the common areas - even their china shows there is a lot of aesthetic care. At night, with the castle lightened up, it can even be magical. I had booked a suite for 2 nights for 540€ on the basis of the pictures I saw in the booking engine. On arrival we were assigned a double room. Beautifully appointed, but a double room nonetheless. Staff insisted this was a suite, however such a unit (one piece + bathroom) does not classify as a suite anywhere in the world, no matter what you decide to call it. The unit did not match the pictures I had seen. Breakfast and dinner were acceptable, by no means spectacular, but their wines were good. The experience with the so-called suite ruined my stay, which is a pity, because it is a beautiful place where I will not stay again.
honzad88
22 Nov 2019
A beautiful spot in a very quiet village, miles from anywhere. Superb scenery and ambience. Lovely room and terrific set dinner. The only downside - they charge like a raging bull - extremely expensive for what it is.
wfam82
23 Sep 2019
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay of five nights at this gem of a place in the peaceful, historic hill town of Marialva. The view from our spacious room and adjoining private terrace was beyond our expectation (with an almond tree on the patio yielding fresh nuts daily). The rooms and grounds are immaculate, with the design of the spaces around the pool area especially attractive. We enjoyed two delicious, freshly prepared lunches (the entire menu was tempting) while taking in the views from two different terraces offered in the bar area. The complementary breakfast buffet was top notch and filled with fresh, homemade offerings. We also treated ourselves to four dinners off of the degustation/wine pairing menu, which is more than we typically eat for dinner, but we so loved the balance of fine dining and country home-style cooking that we kept coming back. An octopus carpaccio served on our final night was a memorable highlight. Wine pours were beyond generous. There are so many day trip options in and around Marialva (Serra da Estrela national park, Foz Côa archaeological sites, Douro River and many other castle towns, as well as hiking trails) that we ran out of time to cover even half of what we could have. We hope to revisit!
Nrbenn
17 Sep 2019 - Pasangan
We travelled to Casa do Côro after a few hectic days in Lisbon, and were looking forward to a quiet retreat in the hills. The hotel setting is excellent, with great views over the surrounding area, and right next to the historic citadel. On arrival we were given a warm and friendly welcome, and a quick tour of the hotel, culminating in being shown to our room. When we arrived at our room, we were told that we had been upgraded to one of the hotels suites, which turned out to be a very well appointed two bedroom house. The house was very comfortable, tastefully furnished and spotlessly clean, with magnificent views to the citadel and surrounding area, especially from the private terrace. During arrival we were offered the fixed dinner menu with matched wines, and decided to go for this, as the only other option was the fixed dinner menu, without wines. The description of the dinner, suggested that we were in for a culinary treat. The restaurant was very atmospheric, with guests spread out amongst a variety of large tables, which provided a certain level of privacy and intimacy, but the guests arriving early certainly had the best choices. Overall the set dinner was a low point in our stay at the hotel, and did not meet expectations. Dinner started very well, with breads, olives, home made breadsticks, and a glass of chilled sparkling rose. The “treat” we then received from the chef, was a rustic chunk of bread with melted cheese and “chilli” jam. Whilst quite edible, we were concerned that this was not really demonstrating the skills we were expecting. Next came the soup course, described as vegetable, but with little seasoning, and no texture, I was not able to identify the vegetables involved, but could not ignore the slick of olive oil, which dominated the taste. The rest of the meal was slightly better, but I would liken it to the level of simple home cooking at best. The massive overuse of truffle oil in the main course, ruined what could have been some nice partridge, even if the chef decided to shredded the meat. Breakfast at the hotel was simple, but had reasonable choice, especially when we found the menu for hot food. (This was never offered by the staff). In general the staff were friendly, but sometimes difficult to track down, especially by the pool. The outdoor pool was icy cold, and I would have expected the hotel to offer the indoor pool for free, rather than having a cover charge of €30 per person. The grounds were attractive, and well kept. Lots of steep cobble inclines could make the hotel challenging for those with mobility issues. Unfortunately the gardener chose the middle of the day to strim and mow the gardens, using petrol appliances, throwing out terrible fumes, and noise, and stimulating the local insect life into a wild frenzy around the pool. The gardener did see us, but was in no rush to complete his work, nor minimise the disturbance he was causing, until another member of staff, who was showing around another group, asked him to stop. Overall, this could be a fantastic hotel, but as other reviewers have noted, needs work on the dining arrangements. Finally, do check your bill carefully, the mechanisms used for charging to rooms is not fool proof, with guest names being used instead of room numbers. We found over €40 of charges for another guest had been added to our room.
LouisVie
09 Agt 2019 - Berlibur dengan teman
The expectations were big. Nice pictures all over the internet. Loads of awards but the reality is far from flawless. Bearing in mind that this is a very expensive place, attention to details and anticipating guests needs should be primordial. We paid 67,50 Euros per person for a small tasting menu. The offer of wine’s limited and simplistic. The food was tasty but no cheese. When we went for the dessert buffet, only half of the options were left. We had to ask for the red wine, half way through our meat dish, the young girl forgot to serve it! She didn’t knew the wine she was serving. That’s the problem with this place: they hired a squad of very inexperienced young girls. Out of 20, only 2 had tourism education skills. You feel the lack of professionalism. They’re nice but they need someone with more experience. Specially with such high prices. The internet signal was the poorest I ever experienced (all the rooms on the “Pool” side), I had to use my own phone internet. The room wasn’t properly cleaned, we’ve found grape stalks on the floor. We asked for a quiet room but they allocated a ground floor room with guests upstairs. It’s a wooden floor and wooden ceiling... The best feature it’s the location: just outside the castle and superb views. The stone houses are very well restored too. The swimming pool’s very pleasant and nicely placed. The decoration’s will please most people. I, personally, found it to be a bit pretentious, on the “Nouveau Riche” side (a velour chair in the middle of the shower room...) The breakfast buffet’s fair and suitable. All together, if you take the location and the pool, you overpaying. There’s other options near by.
Lokasi
Largo Do Côro, Marialva
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Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
2:30 PM
Waktu check-out:
12:30 PM
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Di mana alamat Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro?
Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro beralamat di Largo Do Côro, Marialva
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro?
Waktu untuk check-in di Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro adalah mulai dari pukul 2:30 PM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 12:30 pm
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Kolam Renang
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
Apakah di Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro tersedia fasilitas kolam renang?
Ya, di Rusticae Hotel Casas do Coro tersedia kolam renang yang bisa kamu gunakan.

Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Kolam Renang
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Spa
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Area piknik
Kolam renang indoor
Taman
Bersepeda / bersepeda gunung
Snack bar/deli
Kolam renang outdoor musiman
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Hewan peliharaan dibolehkan
Kesehatan & Medis
Spa
Sauna
 

Review

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4.5
Dari 307 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.5
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.5
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
143
Keluarga
87
Wisata sendiri
3
Berlibur dengan teman
38
Bisnis
10
JaimeFnw
04 Jul 2020 - Pasangan
I had wanted to go to Casas do Côro for many years after reading an article in the Portuguese press and decided to celebrate a special occasion there. Marialva is a beautiful place and the space of the Casas is overall tastefully decorated and very pleasant, be it the pool, the dining room or the common areas - even their china shows there is a lot of aesthetic care. At night, with the castle lightened up, it can even be magical. I had booked a suite for 2 nights for 540€ on the basis of the pictures I saw in the booking engine. On arrival we were assigned a double room. Beautifully appointed, but a double room nonetheless. Staff insisted this was a suite, however such a unit (one piece + bathroom) does not classify as a suite anywhere in the world, no matter what you decide to call it. The unit did not match the pictures I had seen. Breakfast and dinner were acceptable, by no means spectacular, but their wines were good. The experience with the so-called suite ruined my stay, which is a pity, because it is a beautiful place where I will not stay again.
honzad88
22 Nov 2019 -
A beautiful spot in a very quiet village, miles from anywhere. Superb scenery and ambience. Lovely room and terrific set dinner. The only downside - they charge like a raging bull - extremely expensive for what it is.
wfam82
23 Sep 2019 -
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay of five nights at this gem of a place in the peaceful, historic hill town of Marialva. The view from our spacious room and adjoining private terrace was beyond our expectation (with an almond tree on the patio yielding fresh nuts daily). The rooms and grounds are immaculate, with the design of the spaces around the pool area especially attractive. We enjoyed two delicious, freshly prepared lunches (the entire menu was tempting) while taking in the views from two different terraces offered in the bar area. The complementary breakfast buffet was top notch and filled with fresh, homemade offerings. We also treated ourselves to four dinners off of the degustation/wine pairing menu, which is more than we typically eat for dinner, but we so loved the balance of fine dining and country home-style cooking that we kept coming back. An octopus carpaccio served on our final night was a memorable highlight. Wine pours were beyond generous. There are so many day trip options in and around Marialva (Serra da Estrela national park, Foz Côa archaeological sites, Douro River and many other castle towns, as well as hiking trails) that we ran out of time to cover even half of what we could have. We hope to revisit!
Nrbenn
17 Sep 2019 - Pasangan
We travelled to Casa do Côro after a few hectic days in Lisbon, and were looking forward to a quiet retreat in the hills. The hotel setting is excellent, with great views over the surrounding area, and right next to the historic citadel. On arrival we were given a warm and friendly welcome, and a quick tour of the hotel, culminating in being shown to our room. When we arrived at our room, we were told that we had been upgraded to one of the hotels suites, which turned out to be a very well appointed two bedroom house. The house was very comfortable, tastefully furnished and spotlessly clean, with magnificent views to the citadel and surrounding area, especially from the private terrace. During arrival we were offered the fixed dinner menu with matched wines, and decided to go for this, as the only other option was the fixed dinner menu, without wines. The description of the dinner, suggested that we were in for a culinary treat. The restaurant was very atmospheric, with guests spread out amongst a variety of large tables, which provided a certain level of privacy and intimacy, but the guests arriving early certainly had the best choices. Overall the set dinner was a low point in our stay at the hotel, and did not meet expectations. Dinner started very well, with breads, olives, home made breadsticks, and a glass of chilled sparkling rose. The “treat” we then received from the chef, was a rustic chunk of bread with melted cheese and “chilli” jam. Whilst quite edible, we were concerned that this was not really demonstrating the skills we were expecting. Next came the soup course, described as vegetable, but with little seasoning, and no texture, I was not able to identify the vegetables involved, but could not ignore the slick of olive oil, which dominated the taste. The rest of the meal was slightly better, but I would liken it to the level of simple home cooking at best. The massive overuse of truffle oil in the main course, ruined what could have been some nice partridge, even if the chef decided to shredded the meat. Breakfast at the hotel was simple, but had reasonable choice, especially when we found the menu for hot food. (This was never offered by the staff). In general the staff were friendly, but sometimes difficult to track down, especially by the pool. The outdoor pool was icy cold, and I would have expected the hotel to offer the indoor pool for free, rather than having a cover charge of €30 per person. The grounds were attractive, and well kept. Lots of steep cobble inclines could make the hotel challenging for those with mobility issues. Unfortunately the gardener chose the middle of the day to strim and mow the gardens, using petrol appliances, throwing out terrible fumes, and noise, and stimulating the local insect life into a wild frenzy around the pool. The gardener did see us, but was in no rush to complete his work, nor minimise the disturbance he was causing, until another member of staff, who was showing around another group, asked him to stop. Overall, this could be a fantastic hotel, but as other reviewers have noted, needs work on the dining arrangements. Finally, do check your bill carefully, the mechanisms used for charging to rooms is not fool proof, with guest names being used instead of room numbers. We found over €40 of charges for another guest had been added to our room.
LouisVie
09 Agt 2019 - Berlibur dengan teman
The expectations were big. Nice pictures all over the internet. Loads of awards but the reality is far from flawless. Bearing in mind that this is a very expensive place, attention to details and anticipating guests needs should be primordial. We paid 67,50 Euros per person for a small tasting menu. The offer of wine’s limited and simplistic. The food was tasty but no cheese. When we went for the dessert buffet, only half of the options were left. We had to ask for the red wine, half way through our meat dish, the young girl forgot to serve it! She didn’t knew the wine she was serving. That’s the problem with this place: they hired a squad of very inexperienced young girls. Out of 20, only 2 had tourism education skills. You feel the lack of professionalism. They’re nice but they need someone with more experience. Specially with such high prices. The internet signal was the poorest I ever experienced (all the rooms on the “Pool” side), I had to use my own phone internet. The room wasn’t properly cleaned, we’ve found grape stalks on the floor. We asked for a quiet room but they allocated a ground floor room with guests upstairs. It’s a wooden floor and wooden ceiling... The best feature it’s the location: just outside the castle and superb views. The stone houses are very well restored too. The swimming pool’s very pleasant and nicely placed. The decoration’s will please most people. I, personally, found it to be a bit pretentious, on the “Nouveau Riche” side (a velour chair in the middle of the shower room...) The breakfast buffet’s fair and suitable. All together, if you take the location and the pool, you overpaying. There’s other options near by.
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