See why so many travelers make Pensao Londres their hotel of choice when visiting Lisbon. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Pensao Londres Hotel is a family-friendly hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Lisbon.
Nearby landmarks such as Miradouro da Senhora do Monte (0.2 mi) and Chiado (0.3 mi) make Pensao Londres Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Lisbon.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out M'arrecreo Pizzeria, Gelato Davvero, and Bottega Montucci, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Carmo Archaeological Museum, Museu de Marinha, and Igreja de São Roque.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Pensao Londres as you experience all of the things Lisbon has to offer.
This hotel is better than expected. It is located in the best part of Lisbon with several great restaurants around. We booked a very specious and comfortable family room with a private bathroom. The room is very nicely decorated, with a great view over the Tage river. It is clean and very quiet. The beds are comfortable and the bathroom fully renovated. The breakfast room is very cosy, the breakfast is simple but good and served at your table. I really recommend for a short or longer stay in Lisbon.
Take no regard to the unprepossessing appearance of the stairs and reception this little Hotel is a gem. Our room and en suite were excellent. The staff changed the linen frequently and our room had an amazing view across the Tagus. The area is perfect for getting easily to all the sites. There is a great vibe in the bars and locality. We found some great value places to eat. The coffee shop under the Hotel is extraordinary, original fittings and tiles from the early 20th century and wondrous cakes and pastries. The breakfast in the Hotel is more than adequate. All in all, this Pensao is excellent value for money. I slept well all 7 nights and found plenty of English language programmes on the TV.
We expected to have a nice private room and bathroom at a pretty pension according to the pictures on the website. We were surprised that the carpets were dirty and stained and the bedroom was so small we could hardly walk around the bed due to a “bathroom” having been put in the room. As there was a sign over the toilet saying paper could not be put in and the heater and television were not working, we went to reception to ask that these problems be fixed. The lady there said she could not leave her desk to help us and we could not put paper in the toilet as there was no plumbing but that it had a “garbage disposal” system so soiled toilet paper should be put in the open wastepaper basket. I told her I was not used to this sort of thing and we asked for another room with a normal toilet. She told us they were full and could not give us a room that night but maybe the next day. This sort of toilet should never be allowed in a hotel! We were so disgusted that we asked if we could get a refund if we left but she told us no. We stayed the night in a freezing room hardly being able to use the bathroom (the lady did give us an electric space heater which didn't heat the room). The shower was dirty as well as I found out the next morning. When we went to complain to the young man at reception the next morning, he was defensive about the situation but fortunately agreed to give us a refund for the other 4 nights.…
In the bairro alto, with beautiful view on the town and hill from the 4th floor. Many restaurants and bars in the area, including a viewpoint. Basic breakfast and private bathroom for a good price. Common areas need a bit of a renovation.
Positives: Central location with many spots for sightseeing and good restaurants within walking distance. Very friendly staff in the reception, who also speak decent English. Relatively reliable Wi-Fi. Negatives: Tiny rooms with a built in ‘closet’ making up the bathroom. Several moldy surfaces which should have been cleaned years ago. Extremely dirty and nasty carpet in the apartment - sheets and bed linen was also not very clean. Terrible breakfast, not worth the money at all - we skipped it all but one day of our stay and then just ate something when out in the town instead. No space to store clothes or other items. Our room had a TV, it however did not work. Very loud place, it felt like we were sleeping out in the hallway. Generally Pensao Londres is a very old and worn out place to stay when in Lisbon, with way too many bad things to say about the place. And with a price of app. 100€/day this is simply too expensive for the quality delivered - stay somewhere else when visiting this great city! …
In an older building but very serviceable. Nice staff and delicious breakfast included. In the center of Principe Real. walking distance to many restaurants and attractions. 20 minute drive to airport.
Good value for the price paid. Hotel was in an excellent location with easy access to public transport in the Bairro Alto district with lots going on. It's on a bus and tram route which is handy for getting around the city. Staff were friendly, spoke good English and happy to help with any enquiries. The room itself was a little small but was well furnished with a nice view over the Tagus River. We had a room with a private bathroom which was nice and had a bath with powerful shower and plenty of hot water. Breakfast was a perfectly good continental offering including a selection of teas, coffee, juice, croissants, bread, jams, ham and cheese etc. There is a small lift in the building and as we were on the 4th floor this came in handy! Overall we enjoyed our stay and would recommend this hotel for its' service and location.…
The hotel is located in a good area (12 min walking distance by Cais du Sodres), but this is the only positive review about it. The hotel is a veryy old one and you have the feeling that the carpets has not been replaced since World War II. Everything is old and looks dirty. Some rooms have common bathrooms outside your room!!! The furniture is very old and in a very bad shape. Inside the room smell like a smoker room (even if smoking is not allowed). The elevator? It is a grandfather of a proper one! Reception is located at second floor and is very small and tight one. Breakfast is poor, and breakfast room is very tight and small one. Of course, is crowled. A very bad experience, do not wanna try again!
Had an enjoyable 2 night (114 Euros inc. local tax) bed an breakfast here in May. Double room with shower, but shared toilet in the corridor. 3rd floor balcony with fantastic views of the terracota roofed city plus the iconic Ponte 25 de Abril (beat that, San Fran's Golden Gate!) and the Cristo Rei statue - especially beautiful at night. Perfect location for Bairro Alto nightlife, easy 20 mins walk downhill to the Parliament, plus 15 mins other way to the main tourist hub of Praça dos Restauradores square with its metro station and the stop for excellent Aerobus (4 Euros one way). Breakfast (7-10am) was simple but ample in a lovely furnished dining room - juice, tea/coffee, choice of 2 cereals, roll, ham, sliced cheese, selection of fresh fruit, croissants. Excellent bilingual reception staff. Check in time 2pm Beware and be patient with the your room key mind - complicated lock! Obrigado, lovely Lisboa…
Okay, lets be clear, this is a two star hotel, not the Ritz ! I stayed here with my family in January. We stayed in the room with the November Tripadvisor review "Very Unpleasant Experience". Sure it's an old building in need of some TLC, but it really was fine. The room overlooks the harbour. It was clean and spacious . The hotel is right in the old town area of Bairro Alto, within easy walking distance to all attractions. Tram 24 runs past the hotel down to main town. It is in a beautiful old character building, with narrow cobbled street out the back. There are many restaurants and cafes nearby. We found the rooms to be warm and comfortable, and the facilities fine for a 2 star. The staff were friendly, helpful, and spoke good English. The breakfast was basic but okay. There is an old but convenient lift . If you like to stay in small quaint hotels with soul, character, friendly staff, in a great location, I would thoroughly recommend this hotel. It's good value.…