Close to shopping/business district of Lisbon, but comfortable walking and easy/cheap transport to town centre. There are good restaurants all around Lisbon and it is easy travelling distance to tourist attractions, beaches and bars. The hotel comes with a quality service, clean rooms and all the expected accessories - includes bar/restaurant but we did not use these.
The football ground is also fairly easy to reach on the metro if that is of interest.
This family-friendly Lisbon hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Campo Pequeno Bullring and …More
Hotel is located a area round by highways, then you are limited and will have to use taxi to go out. Metro and train stations are a good walk to reach them.
Room is good, but the bathroom we got was dirty with mold in the box. There was not a note where said sanitized, I believe it is a mandatory rule , because all others hotels we stayed had these notes, except this one.
Traveller from Houston, TX
This family-friendly Lisbon hotel is located near the airport, within 1 mi (2 km) of University of Lisbon and Gulbenkian …More
Slightly away from city centre. Nice resturants and cafes nearby.good metro system,,, though we had a hire car, though driving in city centre can be crazy. All the facilities you would need, but is a city centre hotel rather than a resort type hotel. Thoroughly enjoyed the stay there. The carpark was also free to use, so a good saving on parking charges.
Traveller from Southampton, UKK
This family-friendly Lisbon hotel is located in the business district, within a 15-minute walk of Campo Pequeno Bullring and …More
Very friendly staff who were very helpful in terms of tours/local attractions. The hotel had a fresh, modern decor and was immacutely maintained throughout. It was ideally close to train, bus, metro as well as only ten minutes from the airport.
Traveller from Luton, England
This family-friendly Lisbon hotel is located in Entrecampos, within 1 mi (2 km) of National Library and Gulbenkian Museum …More
The Monument to the Heroes of the Peninsular War, completed in 1932, holds a central position in the plaza near Entrecampos, Lisbon’s main railway station. Located between the Campo Pequeno bullring and Campo Grande, Entrecampos, which translates to “between the fields” in English, offers convenient access to Lisbon’s many popular attractions via the nearby Yellow Line metro station.