Chiado is the place to be in Lisbon, close to everything. You may never take the metro because you can actually walk everywhere, and at night just choose from plenty of good restaurants in Bairro Alto, also 5 minutes walking from Hotel Borges.
But the thing is: you have to put up with the noise. There are musicians playing in the street from 10 am to midnight and its like they're inside your room. And I was in a "quiet" room facing a side street, Serpa Pinto, not overlooking the musicians place.
Dont even think about an afternoon nap here or sleeping before midnight, its too noisy.
That said, room is ok (i actually got one of the bigger rooms), bed is ok too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overlooking Lisbon's Chiado Square, the Hotel Borges has rooms with satellite TV and some feature a private balcony. Facilities include a tour desk. The Fado clubs of Bairro Alto are just a short walk away. The air-conditioned rooms of the Borges are decorated with floor-to-ceiling windows, carpeted floors and wood furniture. All rooms have a private bathroom. Guests can enjoy drinks and refreshments at the Borges Hotel's terrace. Room service is available as well. The Hotel Borges's front desk is open 24/7. The hotel also provides car rental, laundry facilities, and a ticket service. The Mario Viegas Theatre and the Museum of Chiado are situated within walking distance. Lisbon Airport is a 16-minute drive away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Borges Hotel Lisbon