Residencial Parsi was under renovation when i stayed there in june 2009 so it´s a little hard for me to say what the rooms will be like after i left.
When i was there it was a simple old fashioned residencial with simple but ok rooms, but they were chenging things, so it might be more fancy now.
I was personally ok with the simple room i had as it was cheap and i just needed a place to kip.
Very good location right on the little square facing the sea.
The Residencial Parsi is classified as a guesthouse and is right next to the Cascais townhall. Maybe a little run down compare to some but it is in a great location and fairly close to the bus station. Breakfast is included and is served in your room. Check out is prior to 11.00am and check in is up until 6.00pm.
As we arrived in Cascais late in the day we decided to stay in private accommodation to save on costs and were offered a room in a private house with private bathroom. We also had use of a well equipped kitchen. My only concern about the place was the fact that the locks on the doors were a bit dodgy and should there have been a fire I doubt we would have got out as you had to unlock three door to get into the street! It was not that cheap but seeing the price of hotels in the town we were happy to stay here for a couple of nights. The room was clean but I would prefer a hotel next time! The place was recommended by the tourist information office on the main street. The people in there were very helpful and spoke good English.
Cascais has top quality accommodation, from the most modem hotels to manor houses and former palaces. The service is of the highest standard but it can be a little expensive as well.
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