From the moment we arrived we were made very welcome. Our room was large and well furnished, at first glance the furniture looked a little dated, but this is actually part of the Hotel's interesting past. However, everything functioned perfectly from the TV to the cunning light switches beside the beds. The Hotel is very near the main Avenue in Lisbon.
The breakfasts were really good, lots of choice and everything very fresh. Afternoon tea in the lounge/library was great too, a very pleasant lemony blend tea and lovely pastries.
At night we were not disturbed at all by other visitors and the desk was attended 24 hours. Desk staff were very helpful with advice on local restaurants, really good advice!
The linen and towels were changed frequently and lovely Molton Brown toiletries were supplied.
We would definitely go again.
They put Champagne and strawberries in our room for my husband's birthday. We did not tell them, they found out from his passport.
Traveller from UK
Located in Coracao de Jesus, this historic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cinemateca Portuguesa Museum and Rossio …More
Staff was excellent but for a name like Sofitel, the Internet was very poor. Location was also excellent. 3 Star to 5 star Hotels should strive for satisfaction and customer experience and not make money from Internet. The frustration level given affects the overall exemplary performance of the staff and the ideal location. internet just like lights should be strong and free! Facilities I marked only 3 because of the Internet despite everything else being wonderful.
Traveller from World Traveller
Luxurious contemporary hotel located in the heart of the trendy city of Lisbon and centered in the famous shopping district …More
Avenida da Liberdade, Avenida da Liberdade Hotel Information
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.