Azoris Angra Garden
Azoris Angra Garden is located in the historical city center of Angra do Heroísmo, considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, since 1983. With a privileged location in the main city square, the hotel is framed by the beautiful Duque da Terceira Municipal Garden, offering to those who visit it a magnificent walk to the Miradouro do Alto da Memória, with a superb view over the city.
Its last and deepest remodeling ended in June 2018, when the service provided to the client won another star, within a more modern and distinctive environment and concept. The restaurant - Garden Restaurant - and bar - Plaza Bistro & Wine Bar - were two of the areas that have undergone the most changes, along with common areas and rooms.
With open space for the lively Municipal Square, Plaza Bistro & Wine Bar presents a modern and inviting concept to those who pass on by, offering an esplanade where you can enjoy a sophisticated light meal, a snack or have a refreshing glass at the end of the day.
The Azoris Angra Garden is now a renovated 4-star hotel, certified in Quality and HACCP, with 118 contemporary rooms, ideal for those who travel on business or on vacation, in short or long stays, among which suites, executive, triple and standard rooms, as well as connecting rooms for the disabled. It also offers services with infrastructures such as indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, gym, restaurant and bar.
You can also find a meeting room, banquets or parties, along with other services such as internet, video conference, sound system and audiovisual equipment.
The second most populated island of the Azores, with 56,437 inhabitants (2011 data), Terceira Island has about 401.9 km2. It is the most eastern island of the five that comprise the Central Group of the Azores. It was the third island to be found by Portuguese navigators, probably between late 1420 and early 1430, and it was first called Island of Jesus Christ. Proud of its History, Terceira remains a dynamic island within the current archipelago context, with an historic center - Angra do Heroísmo - recognized in 1983 as World Heritage, by UNESCO.
The dominant green interior of the island fades up on its periphery, where the secular human occupation and the colourful houses dictate its traditional rules and where the lilac colour of the buildings facades stands out, especially in Angra do Heroísmo. You can enjoy boat trips to watch whales and dolphins and incredible natural pools, among many other activities. Read more.