AZORIS FAIAL GARDEN
The Azoris Faial Garden has the perfect concept for those who are looking for a holiday in the purest rest and tranquility of nature. With a stunning and privileged view over the Atlantic and the Pico mountain, the admirable four-star hotel offers comfort and well-being to welcome its guests the best possible way.
Located in the city of Horta, Faial Island, a 5-minute walk from the center and the marina, it has a total of 131 rooms in which 4 suites, 2 superior rooms, 26 ocean view executive rooms, and 99 standard rooms. There is a Wellness Center available for you to take care of yourself - Jacuzzi, Sauna, Turkish Bath, Gym - and you can also enjoy the Outdoor and Indoor Pools, or have fun with the Tennis Courts, with Free parking within the grounds of extensive greens and charming villas.
It also offers 2 rooms for holding meetings, seminars, conferences, congresses or other events, with all the desired basic equipment and comfort. It has a panoramic restaurant over the sea and mountain, which delights in private and corporate meals, honoring its name - Varanda da Horta (Horta's Balcony). There is also a Bar open all year round, with light meals and drinks service, and a Snack Bar with a terrace during the summer period.
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Faial island has a large pentagonal outline mode, about 173 km 2. It is the third most populated island of the archipelago, with 14,994 residents (2011 data). Faial is part of the Central Group and is the western most corner of the so-called "triangle islands".
It is assumed that the Portuguese discovery of the island has occurred after the mapping of the Terceira Island. The name has been inspired by the abundance of faias- the-ground found. The Horta Marina, opened in 1986, is one of the most famous under the world's ports. With the establishment of the autonomous model, the city of Horta became the seat of the Regional Parliament and accompanied the regional economic changes, developing the tertiary sector at the expense of others. Read more .