Best Western Hotel Eduardo VII Lisbon

Av Fontes Pereira De Melo, 5, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1069-114, Portugal
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Great location!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 8, 2008

I've been to Lisbon before and this time chose Hotel Eduardo VII mainly because it was a good deal (in Expedia) and for it's location.

It's a five minute walk from Parque metro station (Blue line), 10 minutes from Baixa/Chiado (centre of town) and 10 minutes from the Colombo shopping Centre at Colégio Militar/ Luz. I go to Lisbon to shop so that was an important factor.

It's also next to one of the stops (Fontes Pereira Melo) on the airport-to-town Aerobus route. It's about 20 minutes from the airport, 30 during the rush hour.

The hotel is next to one of the busiest streets in Lisbon so if possible ask for a room at the back. We did just that and were given a quiet room (215). Of course you hear the usual hotel noises (water running next door, the lift bell) but other than it was great. Not much of a view but we didn't come to Lisbon to look out the hotel window!

Unique Quality: The hotel staff are friendly from front desk to bell boys to room attendants. The beds are HUGE. We had twin beds and they were like doubles. They had the best mattresses I've ever slept on in a hotel. The pillows were good too. The room was warm (two radiators) and there is a thermostat (both on the wall and on the radiators) so you can have it as hot as you like! The bathroom was a great size and hot water was HOT. I had a bath and it filled up really quickly! The bath was a good size. I'm 170 cm (5.7") and could lie flat in it. The towels were nice too and there was a decent hairdryer for once! And a decent size mirror both in the bathroom and the room. The room had a make-up/writing desk and a chair.

The TV had the usual suspects: BBC Prime, CNN, Sky News, MTV/VH1, all local stations and tons of other satellite stations like Bio, History etc etc.

Breakfast was the usual affair of coffee/tea/juices/croissants/breads/meats/fruits/cereals. I've had better/more choice but it was more than sufficient. The breads were particularly nice and everything was fresh. Nice coffee with hot milk too. The breakfast room is on the 10th floor and it gets the morning sunshine. Don't sit in the terrace bit if you're afraid of hights, it's a sheer drop!

The hotel has two lifts.

Nearest big supermarket is under the El Corte Ingles department store about 10 minutes walk/São Sebastião metro station (second stop north from the hotel) Entrance is both from the store ground floor (the perfume section) and the metro station.

Directions: Parque metro is about 4-5 minutes on foot, Aerobus stop (Fontes Pereira Melo) is on the same side as the hotel on the way into town (just across a side street) and across the main street when going to the airport.

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Nice hotel with a nice price

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 5, 2007

We have stayed 3 nights. Room was small compering to the other Hotels I've stayed but it was nice. the only problem was that I had to wait 2 or 3 minutes to have a warm water. the location of the hotel is very good, 100 meters away from parque metro station, if you want you can walk to the historical center in 20 minutes. the price was very good compering to the location and the quality of the hotel. (69 euro for two per night)

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Address: Av Fontes Pereira De Melo, 5, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1069-114, Portugal

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