We arrived early and left the luggage at the hotel. It was very hot and when we returned our room was ready and the staff made sure that the room was properly chilled. The foyer of the hotel is characterful and welcoming The room was spacious and immaculately clean, loved the late Art Deco design both in the room and the hotel in general. The Manager accommodated our request for a quite room, not next to either the elevator or service room. Breakfast was very good, plenty of choice and fresh orange juice.
Traveller from Warwickshire
Located in Coracao de Jesus, this historic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cinemateca Portuguesa Museum and Rossio …More
Brand new, excellent facilities, very clean. Hotel was built using the best materials and finishings. Latest technology included. Very well sound proofed. Garage in the basement. Beautiful pool and spa. 100% recommended.
Traveller from Bogotá, Colombia
This family-friendly Lisbon hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Ascensor da Gloria, Rossio Square …More
This is a small boutique hotel, in a cute neighborhood close to Avenida da Libertad. Nice small, small rooms and decent, cheap breakfast. The room was comfortable but not very clean and you have to ask for extra soap an towels as they never put enough for more than one guest. In general, it is not bad for a two-three night stay.
Located in Coracao de Jesus, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cinemateca Portuguesa Museum and Rossio Square …More
Fresh clean tidy, staff were helpful, the room was superb, just a problem with the seal on the double glazed window allowing external noise into the room. Due to this problem we were woken during the early hours by the street side technicians collecting the refuse.
But overall a pleasant experience at the Urban.
Traveller from Hinckley
Located in Marques de Pombal, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Marques de Pombal Square, Rossio Square, and Gulbenkian …More
A tree-lined boulevard lined with grand hotels, designer shops, and shady cafes, Lisbon’s elegant Avenida da Liberdade travels a mile north from Restauradores Square to the Marquês de Pombal Square roundabout. Abstract patterns formed in the traditional Portuguese pavement style decorate the avenue’s pedestrian pathways, encouraging visitors to pause at fountains, gardens, monuments, and statues.