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There are not many places for visitors to stay on the island, other than your own home, but in the event you have family or friends come to visit and they wish to stay somewhere else, these posts will give you information on the various options around the island.

By typing SLEEP into search bar to the right, you will find a list of posts related to places to stay while on the island.  If you know the name of the place you are interested in finding out information about, type that in and you should be able to find exactly what you are looking for if I have written about it.

Since I may not have experience sleeping there myself, if you know someone who has, please share this experience by commenting on that specific post.  If there is any place I may have overlooked, please comment below so I can include that in my listing.

If you are having family come to visit, I hope you are able to make the most of their stay.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 5, 2012 1:14 pm

    Hi, you’ve got some great places to spend a weekend away from home…a short “staycation”
    try talking to Rita at the Top Atlantico office in T-308. A weekend or special evening at Hotel Terceira Mar (the “Pink Hotel”), Hotel Caracol or even Quinta das Merces.
    Sometimes a change for the weekend is like a holiday away.

  2. kouboi permalink
    March 10, 2012 8:56 am

    Iam a teacher with DODDS thinking about trying to transfer, and I was wondering about the housing/living situation. I have a wife and two children (girls). where I would have to live? How is the ammenities like power, water, internet, and mobile phones? Is it easy to travel? I know Ihave a lot of questions but it is so hard to get info here in Japan.

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