Featuring free Wi-Fi throughout the property. The hostel offers 9 rooms. Each room includes air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a multi-channel TV. The hostel has a shared kitchen and private bathrooms. The surfcamp in Funchal offers bathrooms with a shower and a walk-in shower.
"I really enjoyed my stay in the hotel. Given the context I didn't meet anyone from the staff but we exchanged via whattsap. Quick answers. Very clean room and hostel. Very good location. I chose a double room with private bathroom. I had a TV and a fridge in the room. Like a hotel room in the end. My room was on the street side. A bit busy but one way so limits the passage personally I was not bothered. I really enjoyed my stay and if the opportunity arises I would gladly return!"
Single room with private bathroom. With a single bed and a large private balcony, this minimalist Japanese-inspired room invites meditation and creativity.
Standard twin room with private bathroom. This comfortable room with two single beds has air conditioning, cable TV and a work area. These rooms are perfect for travellers who are looking for a little privacy and tranquillity.
Master bedroom with twin beds and private bathroom. It has two single beds that can be converted into a king-size bed if guests wish. Punctuated by white, minimalist decor and bathed in natural light, this generously sized room features air conditioning and cable TV. These urban, city-style rooms with affordable luxury best characterise the hotel.Double Room
Double room - Attic
Master twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom. With two single beds that can be converted into a king size bed if guests wish. This room best describes the urban surfcamp experience, offering guests a generous view of the rooftops and towers of the city centre from its attic windows. It is larger than average and also has air conditioning and cable TV.
Looking for a little adventure? We recommend taking the cable car to the mystical parish of Monte. Usually shrouded in mist, it is a place of legends and stories. We suggest you take a leisurely stroll through the gardens and lose yourself in the historic palaces, thinking you are the protagonist of a novel. When you tire of the romance, make a mandatory stop at Land Food & Coffe, whether it's for the great views of the city or the brunch and coffee menu. How do I get back to Funchal? By classic basket car, of course!
Do you dream of riding off into the sunset? Our friends at Happy Hour can help you make that dream come true. Like us, this small, friendly family business shares a passion for the sea and the island. Let the experienced sailors take you out on the blue waters of the Atlantic and create the memory of a perfect day.
The best thing about Funchal is that this modern city can remind you that the sea is always there. The best place to dive into the ocean, but also to get an idea of Madeira's ocean culture, is Praia do Arsenal. This place is located in a fortress that reminds you of the city's antiquity, and is full of fishermen, iconic locals and newcomers that make this place very colourful and lively.
Renting a bike is a great way to explore Funchal and get some exercise. There are cycle paths throughout the western part of the city. Our favourite route starts around the historic Reid's Hotel and ends in the picturesque fishing village of Câmara de Lobos. This 13km trail takes you through modern Funchal, without ever losing sight of the ocean, to the place where the poncha was invented. After one too many ponchas, will you have the legs to make the return trip?