What is it about darkness that inspire the Portugese designers. Both Teatro and Fontana Park are very dark inside. The locaction is very good. When you enter the hotel you have to cross a very dark zone. It seems dark because of the light outside so take off your sunglasses or you may bump into the door. The service in the reception is perfect.
The breakfast is good but the staff are sometimes slow especially if you want tea.The bar area is very nice.When you get out of the lift it is dark until you make a move.
The rooms are rather small with a mysterious bathroom divided from the room by a curtain. Absolutely impossible to put on a make up or lenses because everything is golden or bronze.
The shower and the toilet have glass doors.This may sound a bit critical but we really liked this hotel and we stayed for four nights.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Teatro arose from the spot where the Baquet Theatre was inaugurated in 1859. A hundred and fifty-one years later, the unique, refined and bohemian environment of the Theatre has been revived here in a hotel. The Reception represents a box office, where each guest receives a ticket to access their room. The Restaurant and Bar have become the new Palco and Plateia, offering creations for a discerning palate. The inner courtyard is a versatile garden or a quiet and secluded haven from the tumult of the city. The 74 comfortable rooms and suites are colored in gold and bronze, and the gym on the top floor transforms the Hotel into a true arena for action and relaxation. ... more less
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