Belmond Reid's Palace
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For more than a century, Belmond Reid's Palace has been the ultimate place to stretch out in the sun and relax. Over the years Belmond Reid’s Palace has honed the art of pampering every single guest. Whether a young child or a centenarian, a fun-seeking teenager or a sports-mad 30-something, there are activities both within the hotel’s estate and beyond to keep you on the go year-round.
Belmond Reid’s Palace gardeners ensure that the garden is a riot of color throughout the year. Featuring trees from all over the world, including Brazil, China, North and South America, Australia, Africa, Korea and Japan alongside flowering shrubs, including hibiscus, bougainvillea, mimosa, wisteria and rhododendron, and a rich variety of the brilliant flowers that have earned Madeira its title as the ‘Garden of the Atlantic’.
The gardens are synonymous with Belmond Reid’s Palace and in bygone days a walk in the garden would bring you upon Sir Winston Churchill reflecting on his memoirs, or Sir George Bernard Shaw mastering the finer points of the tango on the lawns.
Please note, Belmond Reid’s Palace request that gentlemen wear a jacket and tie for the general manager's weekly reception.
Belmond Reid’s Palace has 163 rooms in total (128 rooms and 35 suites), each one is individually decorated with luxurious furnishings with an emphasis on traditional style with modern comforts. The en-suite bathrooms are lavishly furnished with marble fittings and each room has a balcony or patio with views of the sea or garden.
Decorated in delicate pastel shades with antique-style furniture, Superior Rooms ooze style and tranquility.
Embrace the temperate climate of Madeira with an alfresco dinner for two on your balcony or private patio, overlooking the crystal-blue sea or the lush botanical gardens.
Belmond Reid’s Palace has a superb selection of restaurants and bars. Whether you want to have a light lunch at the Pool Terrace or afternoon tea at the Tea Terrace, you will be well looked after and fed during your stay. The William Restaurant won its first Michelin star in November 2016.
The Spa at Belmond Reid’s Palace is dedicated to the rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul. There is a large range of treatments on offer to leave you feeling relaxed and energised.
Location & Directions
Belmond Reid's Palace is perched majestically on the cliff top above Funchal Bay on the south coast of Madeira.
When to go
Madeira has a Mediterranean climate. May to September sees the least rainfall. January and February can sometimes feel chilly, and you can expect to be rained on, but the bungalows and public rooms are heated making this a year round destination.