I enjoyed staying in the hotel. Even though I didn’t tried everything that hotel offers because of the time limit I was very pleased with it. Liked the pool table at the gaming room and the breakfast.
Proximate to all the historical areas and yet away from the bustle, spacious, tasteful and welcoming Review of Inspira Liberdade Boutique Hotel Pending review Excellent choice. Pleasant 20 min walk along vast, tree-lined and cobbled Avenida da Liberdade to get to main areas and the water and being somewhat away from them meant bigger hotel, more serenity and spacious rooms. Aesthetically done with clean, modern and tasteful facilities and features. Gourmet restaurant food, feng-shui inspired atmosphere (as soon as you enter the fragrance and the music transports you), the appealing decor and the pleasant staff, the coffee machines in the room and the excellent shower and lighting, the frequent surprise gifts of desserts and fruit, and other pleasant aspects - I really had a very pleasant and comfortable stay. The hotel offers the calm and quiet and extra space of a hotel not in the middle of the bustle as well as good proximity to the sights and historical districts as well as the nightlife.More…
Very good hotel! Clean, new Rooms, modern. Only one baby seat at breakfast for the whole Hotel. some Employers at breakfast can’t speak English. If u go to Lisboa you can choose this hotel because it is really good!
This was a great location with lots to do and see within walking distance. Very modern, clean and professional. The staff were polite accommodating and joked around a bit which made it very comfortable. The lobby and restaurant was very comfortable and great desserts! The room was nice, comfortable and very clean. We really enjoyed our stay!
We booked a room through the Spring Sale, which gave us a 30% discount for a Superior Family Room. The room was wonderful, and as soon as we arrived, we received a few complimentary desserts. The breakfast buffet was delicious. Our room was very clean. 100% recommend!
First time in Lisbon, check-in was a breeze but a warmer reception would've been nicer with the slightly cool weather at the time. We we're a bit early but our rooms were already available. The room was modern and modest in size comes with a lounge chair with foot stool and a working desk area with plenty of plug and USB access for easy charging of electronics. Noticed our main drop lighting was flickering and called for it to be repaired, I was surprised it was the same people from reception that changed the faulty light bulb, problem was solved easily. Beds were a good size, firm and comfortable for two people. We had no problems with noise from the outside or with the rooms next door. Bath and toilet was a bit weird for me. The toilet was in a separate closet type enclosed room with a single light above, no bidet. The bath is a bit tricky to describe it was in an open space beside the bed with transparent glass as divider but not completely covered in all sides with the sliding door for the cabinets working as the same door for the bath (does not fully cover though) which meant taking showers in the morning were colder and making a water mess on the carpet was inevitable. Water pressure and temperature was always good. No problems with the internet and the TV has cable with english channels. A glass bottle of water was provided but the next one might have a charge upon request and Nespresso was available with three capsules replenished daily. Towels were clean and soft initially but when I had it replaced in the next few days got one which was rough and one that had a brown/rust stain. Breakfast was included and it was enjoyable, it was a nice simple selection of breads and breakfast items with fresh orange juice and coffee on tap. Spa facilities access was also included and I had a nice time in the steam room and jacuzzi after a long walking day. Access requires room keys same as the lifts. Lobby had a good number of chairs and sofa and computers with printer, which was useful as I needed to print purchased tickets. Location was really good for me. It was a one block away from Avenue Liberdade on a quieter side. The hotel was beside the hospital de Santa Marta (made it easier to explain to cabbies) with a nearby small grocer and mini mart and a self service laundry shop a few buildings away.…
Service was lacking. Over the course of two days we asked for a shower head fix which was barely allowing any flow due to disgusting rust and grime, twice people came to check, one refused to enter the room while we were there and said he will be back later, which never happened. After several more complaints, a housekeeper was sent who looked at the shower head, pulled her shoulders and left. Beyond that, rooms were OK, but nothing more. No acoustic insulation when positioned across the street from a noisy restaurant/bar that keeps going until the early morning hours. For over $700 per night, this is a bad deal. Stayed at the Corinthia in Lisbon during this stay as well and it was 10 times better for about a third of the nightly charge.
Nice hotel , but I paid for watching movies on TV, but I didn't watch &and I didn't know that, 😕 , It has great location near to metro , near to downtown , but the rooms has no view , dinner in hotel was so good .
We have stayed 5 nights in total at the hotel. During the first night of our stay, we discovered that the main lighting in our room was not working, and hence, we changed into a new room the following morning. However, we soon discovered that the bath in the new room that we've been changed to was not functioning properly. After contacting the reception, we were promised that the problem will be fixed the following morning. Yet, when we came back on the third night, we were told that the maintenance team was not working as it was a Sunday, and we were promised that the problem will be solved the following morning. Unsurprisingly, the problem was still there when we returned, and we were informed that the problems with our bath was not solvable during our stay. The alternative suggested to us is that we could change to a new room again and free breakfast will be provided as compensations. Losing faith in the quality of the hotel, thinking that we only have two nights more to stay including the current night, and having a travel plan which excludes the possibility of having breakfast at the hotel, we kindly reject the offer of room changing and breakfast, and ask to speak to the manager for possible alternatives. Unsurprisingly, when we came down the following morning, the manager was in a meeting and unavailable. As we were on a vacation and do not wish to waste our travel time waiting for a meeting to be over, we asked for an appointment which was scheduled on the following morning. When we finally got the chance to talk to the manager on the last day of our trip, we were told that as we reject the offer to change to a new room, nothing else can be arranged. It seems that instead of solving the problem, they are happier to wait for the problem to disappear by us checking out of the hotel. One would assume for the price we are paying, the staff would as least pretend to be concerned with the problem. However, it feels like there is a general lake of communication, and we are too tired of needing to explain our story all over again every time we come down at the reception to check the progress of the problem. …
Got room underground, basement style, where windows look down to people legs. Restaurant service is terrible, almost no english, food is burned. Steak was overcooked, vegetables black burned, fish all in oil, not even dog food quality. Price high. Upgraded to Suite room. Suite room windows are to abandoned house side, surprise surprise. Trash collection service make crazy noize during night. Towels washing collectors make insane noise at night. Elevators use require master degree in elevator enginiering to understand which one goes where.