The Ritz lives up to its name as one of Lisbon’s finest hotels offering fabulous views of the city. They have 282 rooms and suites, most of which have private terraces. All the rooms have a room safe, flat screen TV’s, fridge, robes, wired or wireless internet, hairdryer and cable news. There is also a complimentary local newspaper with breakfast. The hotel has a restaurant, pool, gym and spa for guests to enjoy.
I was there for a conference in 1994. My partners were paying so I enjoyed it twice as much!
Big rooms, expansive public areas, good location. Its in the city, but in a more open area so it doesn't feel "built up"
Unique Quality: Style and luxury!
I have stayed at the Four Seasons a number of times over the years & would never even consider staying anywhere else when in Lisbon. The decor isn't terribly modern but it gives you that feeling of old world chic that is present throughout the city. But it's the staff that make a huge difference...year after year they continually exceed our expectations with every visit. The ONLY thing missing which we would love to see is an outdoor pool!
I'll be traveling to Lisbon for the first time in October, and I'm curious to see what people recommend as the best way to get from the Lisbon Airport to the Four Seasons Ritz. I'm looking for cheap, yet not overly complicated (preferably not something like "take bus a, to stop b, board bus c, to stop d, walk 2 blocks, board bus e, to stop f, etc"). Any advice would be much appreciated. Here's the address:
Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon
Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 88
Get the airport bus...the Aerobus, number 91, which runs frequently from the airport to Cais do Sodre station. You just pay the driver (3.50 euro). No need to book in advance. The bus is a special airport-style bus with ample space for luggage on board.
More info here:
Get off at Marques de Pombal (the buses have electronic displays, maps and a voice-over to announce stops). Walk a little way to your hotel.
Hotel map here:
But the google map is much clearer if you google 'four seasons ritz lisbon'.
Take a taxi-very cheap in Lisbon! I paid 6.50 and my hotel was a little further than yours.The bus is somewhat erratic and takes a while to get to the town center
The bus works to its timetable, in my experience, and is very comfortable.
A taxi is likely to cost rather more than 6 euro. It will start with 2.50 on the meter, add 1.60 for your baggage and then the fare on top:
If you do use a taxi, agree a fare before you get in.
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Address: Rua Rodrigo de Fonseca, 88, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1099-039, Portugal