Alvorferias Club delivers two pools, a kids’ club and an à la carte restaurant – all within a 15-minute walk from charming Alvor.
Set in a laid-back spot on the edge of Alvor, you’re only a 15-minute stroll from a string of sandy coves or the cobbled town centre. And if you don’t fancy walking to the beach, just hop on the hotel’s shuttle bus.
The apartments are housed in pretty cream buildings, surrounded by palm-filled gardens. Inside, there’s a homely feel with spacious lounges, well-stocked kitchenettes and plenty of space for family dining.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 760 reviews
- Official Rating
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
2 outdoor pools
Each side of the complex has a pool. They are both surrounded by the hotel gardens and a sun terrace that has sunbeds and parasols.
Kids' club May to October
At the hotel-run kids' club, the children have their own playroom with lots of games and activities to keep them busy. It's open six days a week.
This place serves up buffet breakfasts, and à la carte options for lunch and dinner. Charges apply depending on your board basis.
Rooms ► View all
studio with balcony
These studios are designed with a neutral décor and complementary furnishings. There’s room for 2 with a double or twin beds. And you’ll have lounge area and balcony for that extra bit of space. These studios also come with a kitchenette.
1 bedroom apartment with balcony
These 1 bedroom apartments are designed to create a light and airy feel. There’s room for 4 with a twin bedroom and 2 extra beds in the lounge. Outside you’ll have a balcony and inside a lounge for that extra bit of space. Plus there’s a furnished kitchen where you can rustle up quick meals and snacks.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
"A bargain holiday"
We recently spent four weeks at Clube Alvorferias and were pleasantly surprised. Having read some of the reviews online we were a bit worried about what we would be facing, we need not have worried. The apartment was fine and well equipped for all self catering needs. The staff were friendly and helpful even though they all didn't speak English. The hotel was in a good position and was only 10 to 15 minute slow walk from the centre of town. The pool bar was spotlessly clean and an ideal place for a snacks and light lunches. The hotel had lots of amenities and was especially good for children. The only reason we don't give Clube Alvorferias 5 stars was because they don't have a locked luggage room for leaving your case in while waiting for your transport to the airport. Another very minor thing, is the lack of "Do Not Disturb" signs for the rooms. Would we go back, definitely.More
We weren't expecting 5 star, you get what you pay for. A spacious 2 bed apartment, very basic. The apartment was clean, the decor is tired with a old TV that only picked up sky news. Lighting poor inside and out and some were broken. No WiFi unless you sat in the main reception. Cleaners attend 4 times in 7 days, in reality only twice for our stay as the other two occasions are check/check out days. Hence a shortage of clean towels & loo roll. No fresh sheets or tea towels during our stay. No beach towels or toiletries provided. Decor furniture and fittings are from 1980s and the kitchen and cooker old and calor gas with a whistle kettle. We also had mites on the kitchen worktops. There is a fridge and microwave, mop and broom! The hot water comes from a tank in the kitchen and bathroom. We didn't run out of hot water as there was only the 2 of us showering. Upon arrival, reception pointed out the direction of our apartment and left us to it. Which involved pushing our cases down one street and up another. When we found our room there was no lift and 3 flights of stairs. Although we had the luxury of 2 balconies, the one came with a very large tree that not only created a mess but blocked any sun. The other only got the sun at sunset and was small, only as wide as a chair. We never ventured on to the large one it wasn't swept and shaded. The windows have very dated locks and are quite lose, worrying security wise. Luckily our bedroom was at the back so quiet as otherwise on a busy road. Beds are solid. The beach is just too far to walk with no real pavements. They do put on an old mini bus twice a day but you have to pay extra. We didn't find out about it at first. If you want to use the room safe you have to go to reception and hire the lock â¬15 this isn't offered on check in. You can walk into town, but it is a good walk and involves a big hill. There was no entertainment during our stay. The beach is beautiful. We didn't meet a holiday Rep at any point during our stay. Didn't use pool as beds tatty, although reserved by towels a.m. & pool in shade by the afternoon. More
Still a great 3* at a good price
11th time of visiting this hotel & had already booked for next year before we went this year. Olga, Claude & Emily are absolutely fantastic & deserve more credit than they get. Vera & Ana in the restaurant are lovely & really make the place special. The cleaners are all a credit to the Hotel & deserve a pay rise. The only recommendation I will make that needs doing urgently is to replace the little bricks around the pool with a smooth surface, these little bricks are dangerous & hurt the bare feet, also make the pool more shallow, no need to be 3 metres deep. Need more english channels on the televisions too.More
Avoid at all costs
Second class Apartment Hotel on the outskirts of Alvor.I first visited this establishment when it first opened 30 years ago when it was good value for money.Since that time very little investment has been made in terms of furniture and paint which makes the place look drab and dirty.Maybe cheapest on holiday lists but avoid if you can.More
Glenys P, 580426
Would not Return
This complex is very large and we had a 3 bedroom apartment. The apartment was very spacious with two bathrooms, balcony and a back garden area. On the down side the beds were very hard and so were the lounge chairs and the dining chairs which could have done with some cushions. The kitchen wasn't very well equipped either. It was a 12/15 minute walk downhill to the town which wasn't bad but that meant an uphill slog back so anybody with breathing difficulties it was a bit much so it was taxis back every night. Must say we found the staff very nice.More
Things To Do View all »
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally