Dom Pedro Palace Lisbon

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Av. Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, 24, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1070-109, Portugal
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
47%
92
Very Good
37%
73
Average
12%
24
Poor
2%
4
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 39% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families86
  • Couples87
  • Solo68
  • Business79

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airport-hotel in Lisbon

by robg22

I need a advice for good value airport hotel and transport to the hotel and back.
Thanks.

Re: airport-hotel in Lisbon

by cachaseiro

Pensao Terminus is 5 minutes by foot from the entrance to the airport and quite a nice place:

http://www.residencialterminus.com/Index-e.php

Re: airport-hotel in Lisbon

by 64novpt

The best public transport options from the airport to the city are the aeroshuttle or the aerobus (www.carris.pt/en/buslines/).

Re: airport-hotel in Lisbon

by cgf

airport is very close to town, the mentionated bus is good and fast, the ticket you buy is valid till midnight of the same day on buses and metro in Lisbon.

Re: airport-hotel in Lisbon

by cubsur

There is a Holiday Inn Express about 1km from the airport but a taxi would be needed as it is at a motorway junction with no direct bus to the airport..

There are few hotels at the airport as the city centre is only 15 minutes by bus.

Aerobus 91 runs every 20 minutes to the city centre via the Saldanha and Marques Pombal and city centre districts each with its many, many hotels.

Aeroshuttle number 96 runs every 30 minutes to the Sete Rios business district where there are also several lower cost hotels eg Novotel and IBIS.

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Free entry in Belem

by Willettsworld

If you're staying in Lisbon over the weekend, make sure you visit Belem on a Sunday as all of the attractions are free to enter between 10am and 2pm. I found it a bit of a struggle to visit all of them in this time and so had to pay for the National Coach Museum but if you do manage to cram in the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, Museu Nacional de Arqueologia, Museu de Marinha, Belem Tower and National Coach Museum in this time, you could save yourself €24!

Weather...Whether or not to take the umbrella.

by J_Antunes

One of my favourite thing of Lisbon is the weather. The sky is normally so blue and sun shines all year round. However be careful cause Lisbon can be very windy also. Snow in the city is very, very rare and the city covered in white happened for the last time in the 2nd of February of 1954.
Average Temperatures in celsius (Min/Max)
- January (8,1º/14,5º);
- February (9,2º/15,9º);
- March (10,4º/18,2º);
- April (11,5º/19,2º);
- May (13,3º/21,4º);
- June (15,9º/24,8º);
- July (17,9º/27,5º);
- August (18,1º/27,8º);
- September (17,3º/26,2º);
- October (14,6º/22,1º);
- November (11,5º/18,0º);
- December (9,5º/15,2º).

The water temperature in the area around Lisbon is not particularly hot. Don't forget this is the atlantic!
January to March - Around 15ºC (58,8º F)
April to June - Around 17,5ºC (63,5ºF)
July to September - Around 19,5ºC (67,1ºF)
October to December - Around 16,1ºC (60,0ºF).

Day (sunrise/sunset)
- January (07:53/17:38);
- February (07:28/18:13);
- March (06:47/18:43);
- April (06:59/20:13);
- May (06:24/20:42);
- June (06:10/21:03);
- July (06:23/21:00);
- August (06:50/20:30);
- September (07:18/19:44);
- October (07:46/18:57);
- November (07:18/17:23);
- December (07:47/17:15).

The time zone of Lisbon and all continental portugal is GMT (London, Dublin) and 1hour less than continental Spain. In Summer it shifts to GMT+1 but it is still aligned with London and Dublin. Portugal has two time zones one for the continental area and Madeira and another (1 hour less) to Azores.

The normal amount of sunny hours per year is of 3.300 (about 9,2/day) and 100 days of rain per year (number of days in where it is register rain). Lisbon is still one of the nicest cities in Europe to stroll around. In summer it is not excessively warm and in winter not cold at all. The normal amount of sunny days it is also extremely high.
The warmest month is normally August and the coldest January. It rains more in the period between November and January and rains less in the period between June and September.

Setúbal

by b1bob

On the morning of 7 July, I felt kind of funny as though I was coming down with a cold. That couldn't be because it was in the summer. Jose and I took a ride clear to Setubal area. I would have gone into the water if I felt better. Because the water on the Atlantic side of the Iberian peninsula is so much colder than what I'm used to. I got worse throughout the day and I took a nap during the day so I could be in shape to attend a festival for Alhos Vedros.

MIRADOUROS * VIEW POINTS

by LysDor

There are couple of good view points (Miradouros) in Lisbon.

One of them is Miradouro Santa Lucia from which the roofs of Alfama and the white top of the impressive Mosteiro de San Vicente can be seen.

From the hills of Castelo there´s also a good view to this Igreja de Santa Graca, once the greatest church in Lisboa. From the church itself there´s a great view towards the city.

Ginjinha

by pure1942

Ginjinha is a sticky syrupy liqueur particular to Portugal and especially Lisbon. The sweet drink is made from the Ginja berry, which is not unlike a sour cherry. Ginjinha is a popular tipple at all times of the day in Lisbon but especially in the evening where locals gather to knock back the sweet drink, accompanied by a cherry which is served in the glass. Largo de Sao Domingos is the location of the most famous of all Ginjinha bars – simply called ‘A Ginjinha’ but Barrio Alto is another popular spot.

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Address: Av. Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, 24, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1070-109, Portugal