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The hotel is located just behind Marquês de Pombal metro station (5min walk), which is where the main street, Avenida da Liberdade, starts/ends. It is close to a variety of bus stations which takes you to all the tourist spots in the city, a supermarket...More
We stayed 5 days - the beds are very hard and we slept poorly as a consequence. Trying to book the rooms was also super difficult and frankly I almost gave up. On the plus side the staff are friendly and helpful they try to...More
This property is one of a chain, it was clean and front desk was average. A short walk to the circle where all the tour buses start. Walk to the center of town is 15-20 easy walk. Housekeeping was short handed and the rooms not...More
The hotel was a little difficult to locate and, parking was OK in the underground car park but we had to double park, go into reception to be told where it was. Having said that the receptionist was helpful spoke several languages, and answered all...More
This is my 3rd time in this hotel in the last 4 years. What makes it interesting is the location (near Marquês de Pombal) and the price (less than 65 euros in December) for the quality of the accommodation, including breakfast. Rooms are rather small...More
Response from suecLondon | Reviewed this property |
You can walk down the main avenue from the Marque be Pombal roundabout to the waterfront , or to Alfama or the Barrio . We booked the red tour bus for two days, the one that does three routes, and did the short routes in... More
You can walk down the main avenue from the Marque be Pombal roundabout to the waterfront , or to Alfama or the Barrio . We booked the red tour bus for two days, the one that does three routes, and did the short routes in one day and the longer one on second day. I've been before and walked everywhere, the main station is half way down the main avenue for longer trips, I did find on my last trip that the metro meant you didn't see as much as on foot or on the tour bus. i stayed in the SANA at the front last time and went for the same area again as I found it easy to get around., and all the tour buses stop just off the roundabout, fort her down the route you cannot get on in the mornings as they fill up at the roundabout. I booked HOPPA online for transfers ,private taxi right to the door, prompt and polite ! £40 return in total with a discount offer. Got the airport bus on the previous trip as it has a bus stop right by the SANA, was quite a few stops on the way before you get there but good and cheap.