Submerged between breathtaking cliffs and incredible panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Hotel Riu Madeira in Caniço de Baixo is the perfect place for letting go and enjoying an unforgettable experience with 24-hour All-inclusive service on Portugal’s Madeira Island, the island of eternal spring.
The Hotel Riu Madeira is the perfect place to connect with nature at its purest, relax in rooms with infinite views of the ocean, savour the best of Portuguese gastronomy and enjoy RIU’s excellent service. This hotel with all-inclusive service in Madeira boasts 300 comfortable, light-filled rooms, all of them designed to ensure a quiet rest overlooking the Praia Dos Reis Magos beach.
This All-inclusive hotel in Madeira has two outdoor swimming pools with incredible views of the ocean for taking a dip and relaxing in the solarium while enjoying the sea breeze. It also has a kids’ pool and a covered pool for swimming during winter.
In addition, the hotel offers a wide variety of services and facilities, in particular a fun daily entertainment programme for children and adults, night-time shows, a dance floor and live music. The more active guests have multiple options for having a good time, like golf, tennis or scuba diving, in a setting of exuberant beauty. Also, if you’re looking for a hotel with a spa in Madeira to recharge your batteries, we suggest a visit to our Ocean’s Care wellness centre, with a steam bath and gym, a space dedicated to relaxation and a multitude of facial and body treatments.
This hotel in Caniço de Baixo has an authentic gastronomic offer that fuses the most traditional flavours with exquisite international cuisine. The hotel has a gourmet restaurant with a la carte dishes and a main restaurant with a terrace that serves delicious breakfasts, lunches and buffet dinners with live cooking stations. In addition, you can savour delicious snacks and beverages 24 hours a day in the hotel’s two bars, one in the lobby and the other near the pool.
Madeira Island is located in the Atlantic Ocean, which gives it a warm climate worth enjoying any time of year. This island treats us to vegetation-filled landscapes, lush forests surrounded by flowers, like Laurisilva, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and cliffs with spectacular views of valleys and mountains. If you’re a nature-lover and looking for a destination in Portugal for enjoying active tourism and hiking or aquatic sports, Madeira won’t disappoint you. Visit our Madeira travel guide and find out more about this lovely Portuguese island with RIU.
The Regional Government of Madeira has passed the eco-tax. The eco-tax is a tourist tax of €2 per person per day which will be applied to all guests 13 years and older. Guests staying longer than 7 days will only pay the eco-tax for the first 7 days. The eco-tax will be paid directly at the hotel on the day of arrival.