Royal Savoy

Heritage Sea Resort

Stories of noble journeys start at Royal Savoy, your home away from home.

Since the beginning of its story in 2002, this royal house maintains a century-old tradition of making the most discerning guests feel at home, providing high quality services, exquisite care and warm Madeiran hospitality.

This 5-star resort, situated along the coast overlooking the harbour of Funchal with the city's historic and cultural centre nearby, offers breathtaking sea views and elegantly furnished interiors - the classic English sense of comfort. The panoramic pool and the sundeck with private sea access are a must.

Built at a cost of some €40 million, the luxury resort consists of 162 Apartments of which there are 101 Studio's, 41 One-bedrooms units, 20 Two-bedroom and 2 Penthouses One-bedroom Suites.

All rooms are elegantly decorated, providing the utmost quality and comfort whilst creating a unique exotic atmosphere with magnificent ocean views. Rich fabrics, wicker and wood furniture, deep carpets and soft lighting reflect quality and uniqueness.

Royal Savoy offers a wide variety of leisure facilities and entertainment services, including private sea access, 3 heated pools (1 children's splash pool), spa with indoor pool and a well-equipped gym, hairdresser, library, games room with a pool table and table tennis, 2 restaurants (1 serving à la carte as well as buffet), 2 bars (1 with live music nightly).

The Royal Spa is a luxurious haven inside the hotel, enhanced by a range of facilities including treatment and therapy rooms as well as a hydro-massage bath. The Spa houses a sauna, steam room and tropical shower and has direct access to the exotic indoor heated swimming pool and gymnasium.

Considered a real immersion in the Atlantic of the Portuguese Discoveries, this classic luxury resort owes its aristocratic atmosphere to the British decor style. The paintings, sculptures and pieces of furniture from Asia and Africa represent the cultural richness of the several regions of the world explored by the Portuguese.