Marina Club Lagos Suite Hotel and Apartments

A modern complex that favours generous yet homely bedrooms and upmarket communal facilities, the Marina Club Lagos Suite Hotel and Apartments has mastered the art of feeling like a home from home and a luxury getaway all at the same time.

Centred around a lagoon pool, the grounds are large and attractively designed, with a Mediterranean restaurant that offers you the option of dining indoors or out on the terrace. Location-wise, few hotels are more fortuitous as you’re between the town’s marina and a beach, meaning you’re never far away from the action, and the watery heritage of the region is paid tribute by the hotel’s nautical-themed bar.

Overview of Lagos

Holidays to the Algarve have long been popular with travellers of all ages, thanks to Portugal’s most popular region being so blessed in terms of weather and natural beauty.

Lagos, home to the Marina Club Lagos Suite Hotel and Apartments, used to be the capital of Portugal, so there is plenty to see and do and it remains a very lively and sociable town. Packed with pretty beaches, family-friendly attractions and just as fun at night as it is during the day, so it offers a very rounded holiday experience and has remained popular with holidaymakers of all ages, thanks to the diversity.

Things to do in Lagos

While the Marina Club Lagos Suite Hotel and Apartments is all about the pool and restaurant, Lagos serves up a more extensive roster of things to participate in, staring with plenty of shops to explore. The old town is modest in size but huge in terms of shopping potential with plenty of boutiques and two weekly markets to peruse. You can find a lot of amazing restaurants in the old town, too, as well as along the beachfront, all of which specialise in fresh seafood.

Speaking of the beach, you can’t visit Lagos and not lounge on a beach for a day. Temperatures remain warm throughout the year and the Meia Praia beach begins just a few steps from the hotel and it’s a favourite with families. Kids will love the shallow water, as well as the nearby zoo, so there is plenty to keep them occupied.

Grottos, beaches, markets and rich nautical heritage are just some of the elements that make Lagos so special and a worthwhile Algarve destination to visit.

Resort Summary

The centre of Lagos, known as the ‘old town’, is small enough so you feel at home, but big enough to have lots to see and do. As well as a wide range of shops to browse, there are two big markets held in the area each month. These give you the opportunity to take a leisurely wander around the stalls and pick up locally grown fruits and vegetables, traditional hand-crafted items and souvenirs.

A good selection of restaurants can be found in the old town area, as well as along the main beachfront and by the marina. Many of these serve traditional Portuguese favourites of freshly caught fish and seafood dishes cooked in aromatic herbs and spices. You’ll find laid-back beachside lounges and family-friendly pubs and bars where you can take the kids for a bite to eat and relax with a few drinks.

Lagos is well-known for its busy nightlife and is a popular party destination. When the sun goes down lively late-night bars and clubs open up. Most of the big venues lie along the main beach strip, where you can keep on partying until sunrise.