Sabura Hotel in Santa Maria, Cape Verde
There's one word that describes Sabura Hotel – quiet. The adults-exclusive hotel has only got 40 rooms and 8 suites, so it never feels crowded. The hotel is perfectly located and is great for couples looking for a getaway in a warm climate.
This hotel is adults only and does not accept bookings for guests under 16 years of age.
Location: Located on the island of Sal in Cape Verde, close to the village of Santa Maria and 500 m from the beach. Approx. 20 minutes from Amilcar Cabral International Airport (SID) return transfers from £19 per person
Guests of the Sabura Hotel are offered use of 2 private swimming pools with sun loungers and pleasant gardens. The hotel also offers conference facilities, which are ideal for business meetings and small events.
The ground floor of the Sabura Hotel is home to a welcoming restaurant and bar with a large terrace ideal for warm nights and alfresco dining.
The Sabura Hotel with simple, Zen like architecture, is a paradise within a paradise. Further on-site amenities for guests to take advantage of include lounge areas offering large furnished terrace, a 24 hour reception service, access to internet, room service and parking facilities.
Standard rooms sleep up to 2 people with twin beds or double bed, air-conditioning, flat-screen cable TV, phone, internet access*, minibar stocked with water only, hairdryer and balcony or terrace with pool and garden views. Junior suites are more spacious and sleep up to 3 people with up to 3 single beds and facilities as Standard rooms plus bathrobes.
About Santa Maria
Cape Verde is a place of dramatic contrasts from its sapphire-blue seas and porcelain-white sands to its honey-coloured lunar landscape. Clinging to the isle’s southern shores is the charismatic resort of Santa Maria. As soon as you clap eyes on this seaside town, you can’t help but be captivated by its mismatched charm – it’s like discovering a Hollywood western film set but laced with vibrantly coloured houses and a stunning snow-white beach to boot. It’s an eclectic mix of the old and the modern and you’re sometimes not sure whether you’ve found a shop or a bar until you poke your head in to find a friendly smile welcoming you in. Take a leisurely stroll through the cobbled streets where you’ll find everything from trendy surf shops to colourful cafés and restaurants. Sit in the square and enjoy an al fresco meal or a freshly brewed coffee as you watch people wander by. Dive head first into watersports galore, such as surfing, windsurfing and diving. Or simply sink into the 8km of duvet-soft sands that dissolve into the translucent waters. As the sun blasts its last fiery red rays across the sky, grab a table at a beachside eatery and sample the delicious island cuisine such as tuna cooked to a spicy local recipe. End your evening in one of the lively bars or head to a disco and swing your hips to sizzling Cape Verdian beats. Santa Maria is, quite simply, the life.