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Reviewed July 25, 2011

The overall impression of the hotel is very good. very confortable. Located in a nice area near metro station and bus station. There is a nice bar. The reception is nice. The room is very confortable and well decorated with everything you need, the staff is marvellous, the breakfast perfect, highly recommended.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank glaucia_mendes
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Reviewed July 23, 2011

Although the hotel is not very reachable by AeroBus1, it is very near the Sao Sebastio Metro - both blue line (2 or 3 stops to the city centre) and the red line. I would suggest that you take the taxi to the hotel from the airport as the hotel isn't located on the main street, hence can be difficult to find and navigating the slopes ain't easy with your luggage. Near the metro there is a mall where you can easily grab food, some last minute shopping.
Hotel provides free wifi so ask the reception for the daily password access.
Corridors to the rooms are quite dark and have to stare really hard at each door to get to your room.
I got the first room which the bathroom was faulty and staff was kind to change to another room for me.
Unlike most European hotels that only show their own language tv programme, English
speaking visitors are treated to a Hollywood movie channel which is much welcome. Breakfast was pretty standard.
Buy a daily ticket to travel on the metro, it costs no more than EUR4/-. Don't bother to join the expensive day tours to Belem and Sintra. You can do it on your own.

To Belem, change to the Green line and alight at CAIS DO SODRE (the terminal stop of the Green line), exit and cross the road (just a small road, do ask around if you are not clear) and hop onto the tram 15E. About more than 10 stops, suggest you alight at MOSTEIRO JERONIMOS instead of Belem cos this stop is exactly at the MOSTEIRO dos Jeronimos. You won't miss it cos the magnificent building is just on your right. Then cross the road and head on to the Belem towers. enjoy some Famous Portugese egg tarts along the way.

To Sinta, head down to RESTAURADORES blue line Metro station. near the ASK ME
L?sboa counter, there is a building called Estacao do Rossio (the name of the building is not very prominent but you will notice a Starbucks). Take the escalator up and buy a EUR4.90 return ticket to Sintra. Hop on to the train, once you reach the Sintra station, exit to your right, there is a bus 434 that will take you up to the castle of Moors and the Pena Palace. Get a combine ticket the the ticket office to visit both sights - EUR14/-, a half day trip to Sintra can cost you EUR60 if you join a day tour.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled solo
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3  Thank MyBeanie
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Reviewed July 16, 2011

Good value hotel. Got a good deal (I thought) on a search engine - but the same deal was available direct!
Very clean - very good buffet breakfast - hot and/or cold.
Good double room - not huge - but large enough for our week.
Not the most scenic environs or views from the hotel, but a safe location - and about 5 minutes gentle stroll to 3 subway metro stations.
Daytime cafes around - fantastic value for drinks,snacks and local lunches.
Excellent buffet Chinese across the road - and a few good restaurants around the area.
Most local restaurants are closed on Sunday evenings - suggest that you go in to Centre to eat.
We ate in the Hotel Restaurant - and its okay - but quiet and a bit expensive.
Staff very friendly - most with good English.
Lisbon Taxi Drivers we found to be courteous and honest - and great value when the feet got tired.
Must Do - Gulbenkian Museum and surrounding Park, incredibly relaxing experience and an amazing collection - from ancient Egypt through to Lalique glass - and Free entry on Sundays!
Must avoid - Cod Tongues!! An acquired taste methinks!

Room Tip: Our room was at the end of a corridor - good and quiet.
  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank NairnMacaulay
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Reviewed March 6, 2011

I booked this hotel over a online travel portal and got a fair deal. Portugal is anyway cheap nowadays, as it appears. The hotel gave me a double bedroom for single use. The room is spacious but a bit dark, if you do not open the curtains. The hotel staff provided me free internet access through their own infrastructure, as the vodefone access point (also free of charge) did not work. I could access the internet from my room on the second floor without problem. The breakfast (buffet style) is pretty standard, although the bagels were fresh and tasty. Unfortunately, the breakfast room is not able to handle solo travelers appropriately, so you need to share a table with others. This might become a problem, if the room is crowded with toruist groups. Such tourist groups seem to gather sometimes at the reception. Be aware.

Other reviews about the rooms are right. The windows do not close properly and it might become pretty cold through the night. You might consider turn on the heating. If the windows are open, it might also become a bit noisy. Overall, this was not a problem to me.

Check out the food court close to the hotel in El Corte Ingles. Also some serious sushi places are close by.

  • Stayed: March 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 4, 2010

While the food was good at dinner, there was no air conditioning and a very old musty smell everywhere. We had to leave the windows open to get some air so the noise was a problem. We were suppose to have breakfast but since our plane left early they said Continental breakfast only that consisted of hard rolls, coffee, juice butter and jam. No fruit or pastries.

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank bettyboop027
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