To paraphrase The Members ' Same old boring Sunday morning, Lisbon jets come crashing over my pool'.
Although under the flight path, they didn't actually bother me that much.
The hotel is located in a soulless hotel and business district away from the city centre. The Plaça de Espanha metro station is 5 minutes away and there's also a bus station at the metro.
The rooms are a bit swish and well insulated. Good sleep.
The budget breakfasts are a bit steep at €22 but I expect that's because children go free. It was a bit of a scrum and you need sharp elbows to get to the Cocoa Pops.
There's a café almost opposite (Espaço de Paraiso) the hotel where you can get cheaper traditional Portuguese breakfasts. There's also a veggie restaurant over there (Green Pepper) that we didn't try.
The pool was a bit murky but theres a good little gym.More