I can honestly say this is the worst hotel I've ever stayed in. It's advertised as a 4-star hotel, but doesn't meet some basic requirements like cleanliness and tea/coffee facilities in the rooms. It was filthy, stank of smoke, the water from the taps was yellow, plaster…
Near several key features like the Gulbenkian museum, Campo Pequeno and near downtown. Clean and reasonable service. No frills. Breakfast was below the usual for Lisbon. Seems below 4 star--like 3.5..
Nothing spectacular but a good business hotel. Friendly, clean and not to expensive. Good value for money. Fairly close to the metro and some restaurants. In the business area so not to much happening on weekends. Will go back.
We stayed at this hotel for three nights during our road trip through Portugal. The room was small but functional and worked for us since we weren't planning on being in the room much. They had a parking garage for cars which was a bit stressful. It had a one way in and out to…
Here on a business trip, 6 people, hotel offers 1 iron. Rang reception and told no irons available bar 1, would have to wait for house keeping at 8am, notified have to be ready by then but told can't do anything. Great hotel but basic flaws.
"even the 'superior' rooms were awful. We got upgraded after complaining, and it was adequate at best, but only in cleanliness."
"upper floor more quiet"
"Metro Cards are for 24 hour periods not just for a day, so over 3 days only needed 2 x 24 hours."
"Rooms on the South side"
"Avoid rooms on the higher levels (they get all the noise from the nearby airport)"