Amazonia Lisboa Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Travessa da Fabrica dos Pentes, 12-20, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-106, Portugal

3 Reviews

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76%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
11%
9
Very Good
29%
23
Average
36%
28
Poor
9%
7
Terrible
12%
10

Value Score Average Value

Costs 43% less but rated 12% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families29
  • Couples41
  • Solo66
  • Business30
  • cachaseiro's Profile Photo

    Fine hotel in a good location.

    by

    The amazonia Lisboa hotel is a decent mid class hotel that caters both to tourists business people.
    The rooms there are quite good and there are a some nice common areas and a little bar.
    Breakfast is included in the price but there is no restaurants for other meals.
    This is not a problem though as there is quite a few nice restaurants within 5 minutes walk from the hotel.
    The staff at the reception aswell as the cleaning staff were all very nice and helpful so thumbs up to them.
    If there is something i would like to change then i would like a better and cheaper internet connection at the place.
    I ended up walking down to a local internet cafe while i was there because i found it way too expensive at the hotel.
    Lastly i would like to say that the location is good.
    It´s in a quiet street 10 minutes walk from Rossio and just around the corner you have a little alley with several restaurants and cafes.
    All in all a good place to stay.

    Directions: A couple of blocks from Marques de Pombal.

  • sunchasers's Profile Photo

    Decent Hotel Option in Lisboa

    by

    This is a pretty good hotel option in Lisbon's Rato district (about a 5 min bus ride to Barrio Alto or 15 min walk). If you book directly though the hotels website, you get a much cheaper rate. We got one of the suites. Although a bit dated, for the price, you get a great view of the city, with all of Lisbon and the castle in view. It was also very quiet, the room was like a mini apartment, with sofa and open 'living room' area.

    Unique Quality: Full Breakfast (lot of variety)
    Parking Garage
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  • GUYON's Profile Photo

    A bargain

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    I booked this 3*** hotel through Internet and got a promotional price (70 Euros per night for a double room in May).
    The room was sufficiently large and clean. The bathroom had a tube, a sink and a bidet. The satellite TV had 50 channels + some pay TV.
    The breakfast was a complimentary buffet but the quality was low though it had a large range of food (ham, cheese, toasts, fruits, marmelade, etc).

    Unique Quality: The hotel would be quiet if it was not invaded by tourists groups, expecially a French one, very noisy (as usual).
    It has a restaurant but closed on Saturday and Sunday : odd idea no ?
    The pool is tiny (look at the picture).
    The location (Travessa da Fabrica dos Pentes) is at 4 blocks from Avenida da Libertade (the local Champs Elysees) and from Eduardo VII Park. The nearest metro and bus stations are in RATO 10 min walk. But be aware if you go there with a heavy suitecase : the streets are sloping.

    Directions: Metro : RATO

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hotel Amazonia Lisboa

by janebbrown

Does anyone know anything about this hotel. I am looking at staying here in Sept. and would like to get some feedback.
Thanks

RE: hotel Amazonia Lisboa

by worldtravelerss

its a good hotel. i have never stayed there myself but met some people who were and they liked it.

RE: hotel Amazonia Lisboa

by LuisGuimaraes

I would seriously disconsider it. It’s not a bad hotel and it’s clean, but it’s on the highway between Lisbon and Cascais, so it’s a more a highway hotel than anything else.

I would strongly recommend you to stay in the town center, and not outside the city. In fact, this hotel doesn’t even lie in the suburbs, but next to the highway indeed.

Besides, arriving Lisbon might take long, because even though it’s not far away (3-5 kms) there are long queues every morning and late afternoon, because of comuters.

My advice: drop it.

For the same price, you could find similar (maybe worse) hotels in Lisbon, and Lisbon is a city where you benefit a lot if you stay “inside”. It’s the only way to “breathe” it properly.

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Address: Travessa da Fabrica dos Pentes, 12-20, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-106, Portugal