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All reviewssmall hotelhot tubwell worth a visitamazing viewswelcoming staffsmall detailsroll top bathextra costprivate terracefamily run hotelnice barduckby accidentstone's throwstayed only one nighthome from homecould not have been more helpful
We wished we had had more than one night to spend at this wonderful hotel in this truly remarkable town. It appeared we were the only guests the night we stayed here, but that didn’t detract from our appreciation of this fine establishment. We stayed...More
Response from TBentes, Gerente at Dom DinisResponded 3 days ago
Thank you very much for your visit and preference!
Your words reflect our total commitment to providing unique experiences: With two or twenty clients, we seek to serve very well and give the utmost attention. Happy New Year and see you soon, Teresa
this is a charming and small family run hotel who all take being friendly to a higher level.the reception area and breakfast room are very pleasant and the views and watching the stunning sunset from the terrace is memorable.the rooms are spotless and have everything...More
We stayed only one night and it was one of my best hotel experiences. Not only that Jorge and his team really understand how to make their customers happy, the location of the hotel can't be closer to the Marvao Castle. Furthermore I was not...More
Just came back from a two night stay at the Dom Dinis.Extremely friendly staff .we were lucky enough to have a room with a private terrace although there is a terrace for all to use also.the views were amazing .Lovely clean room & a quirky...More
We arrived last weekend unexpectedly to a Moorish festival. George came down to the information centre and expertly navigated our car to a parking spot for the weekend. The hotel is family run and everyone we met was so welcoming and helpful. Our rooms were...More