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All reviews san sebastio lidl supermarket el corte ingles metro station pedestrianised area calouste gulbenkian no tea making facilities large supermarket blue line minute walk within walking distance pastries visiting lisbon stayed for one night good size quiet hotel enjoyed my stay
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Reviewed November 26, 2016

We drove to Lisbon with a small car. Well to find this hotel, the GPS take you on a pedestrian street up and down, and you find this hotel. Reception not overly friendly. Very small parking in the basement, luckily we did not scratch the car. The room is small, but the bathroom, is so small, the toilet is up against the basin. Room 503. We booked through the hotel. Usually they give bad rooms to Booking.com. But this one, the hotel gave us. Air conditioner was not working properly either. No coffee facilities in the room. The breakfast, for warm dishes had scrambled eggs, baked beans and mushrooms out of the tin! Now when people talk that it was a good breakfast, it tells more about them! One good thing, walking distance from El Corte Ingles,

  • Stayed: November 2016, traveled as a couple
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Thank diplomatBonn
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Reviewed November 25, 2016

The Sana Executive is modern and convenient for business travelers. It's about a 10 minute walk from Nova University, 15 minutes by taxi from the airport, and on a block with several restaurants. The only downside is that it is in the flightpath of the airport, and the noise is noticeable.

Temperature control in the rooms isn't great; both of the rooms I stayed in (at different points in my trip) were on the cold side. The rooms are very dimly lit, with no overhead lights, and only two small bulbs above the desk/dressing table area and bedside lights.

As in many European hotels, the standard rooms have two twin beds rather than a double or queen. Bathrooms are standard but in good condition, and the WiFi is free and functions well.

The included breakfast is standard -- breads, cereal, a bit of fruit, yogurt, and assorted and not especially appealing meats and cheeses. The hotel is lightly staffed at night, and some evenings, it was hard to locate a fluent English-speaker. That said, it's a very good value for the money, and I'd stay again.

  • Stayed: November 2016, traveled on business
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1  Thank WhoAmIToday
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Reviewed November 25, 2016

Nice staff at the reception desk. Breakfast was quick and good, not spectacular but enough and very good coffee! Rooms were compete, everything worked and the rooms was big enough. Bathroom little bit outdated and there was a lamp hanging from the ceiling.

Room Tip: Metro station is at 5 minutes but check very carefully the description (hotel send us 'the long way'
  • Stayed: October 2016, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Peter B
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Reviewed November 1, 2016

We stayed here for three nights in October 2016. The hotel is clean, fairly modern and friendly. The rooms are I think, identical being reasonably sized with decent bed, mini bar, fair amount of storage and free Wifi. There is also a computer and pronter in the lobby if required. The lobby area doubles as a bar which stays open until midnight. Breakfast is the usual hotel self-service which is of a fair standard with decent coffee from a machine.
The hotel is located close to the Sao Sebastiao metro stop, so can be reached without changing line when traveling from the airport. The Sao Sebastiao metro stop is a bit confusing, and I still have not really worked out which is the best exit/entrance to use that would be closest to the hotel! The hotel is also located within walking distance of the excellent Museum Calouste Gulbenkian.

  • Stayed: October 2016, traveled with friends
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Thank DrJohnDublin
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Reviewed October 30, 2016 via mobile

This hotel fits nicely in the SANA brand. The charming hotel is centrally located and offers free wifi and breakfast. The twin beds are small but comfortable. A bar is on the main floor if you don't want to venture out. You're walking distance to a lot of local sightseeing and the subway system. An aqueduct can be seen on the outskirts of town. Go check out a soccer game and absorb some of the frenzy like no other sporting event. Take a Tuk Tuk tour around the city for some historical and interesting facts. We learned about the traditional folk music called FADO only found in Lisbon. A 30 minute cab ride will get you to the cozy little town of Sintra for more restaurants, shops and native culture. If you haven't experienced Port wine from Portugal you're truly missing out.

Stayed: March 2016, traveled with friends
1  Thank Terry D
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