Hotel Aviz

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rua Duque de Palmela, 32, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-098, Portugal
Aviz Hotel
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Booking.com Expedia.com Priceline.com

96%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
49%
124
Very Good
35%
89
Average
11%
28
Poor
1%
3
Terrible
1%
4

Value Score Average Value

Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Families
  • Families94
  • Couples87
  • Solo78
  • Business76

More about Lisbon

Photos

Fountain at NightFountain at Night

Torre de BelémTorre de Belém

Barclays at the mid-point of the streetBarclays at the mid-point of the street

Instituto Vinho do PortoInstituto Vinho do Porto

Forum Posts

transportation from cruise ship pier to international airport

by svlcarol

Our daughter is leaving our ship on 11/3/2010. Her flight is leaving at 9:15 AM and she will be on the dock with transportation pre arranged about 7:15 am, Is this a reasonable amount of time to allow? It seems most flights out of Lisbon for the USA leave early.

Any info would be greatly appreciated

Re: transportation from cruise ship pier to international airport

by cachaseiro

You generally have to be at the airport two hours before departure when flying overseas.

Re: transportation from cruise ship pier to international airport

by cubsur

Lisbon Airport website states that the minimum recommended check-in time for intercontinental flights is 180 minutes ie 3 hours.

It would take perhaps 20 - 30 minutes to get to the airport if the traffic's good. Timing is a little too tight in my opinion.

Re: transportation from cruise ship pier to international airport

by globetrott

Cruiseships are seldom "in time" and then everything also totally depends on the local port-authorities and they decide what time the 1st person is allowed to leave the ship !

add 1 extra night, Lisbon would really deserve 3 or more extra days !

Travel Tips for Lisbon

SOME PLACES TO ENJOY

by LBRANCO

HI!
IF YOU WANT TO HAVE A MEAL SEEING THE BRIDGE AND THE JESUS CHRIST YOU CAN GO TO "DOCAS" THAT IS A PLACE JUST BEASIDE THE RIVER AND YOU CAN FIND THERE SEVERAL RESTAURANTS AND CAFÉS. IT IS REAL NICE! IT IS IN ALCÂNTARA AND NOT FAR FROM BELÉM.
NEAR THE CASTLE, YOU WILL FIND GOOD RESTAURANTS AND SOMEONES WITH NICE VIEWS. AND TAKE A WALK IN ALFAMA. ENJOY YUUR STAY!

'What's Happening in Lisbon?

by Mundus

Consult a copy of What's On in Lisbon or Your Companion in Portugal, available at most newsstands.

You might also consult Sete, a weekly magazine with entertainment listings, or the free monthly guides Agenda Cultural and LISBOaem.

Your hotel concierge is also a good bet for information, because one of his or her duties is reserving seats.

The local newspaper, Diário de Noticias, carries all cultural listings, but only in Portuguese.

Miradouros

by andrea.d

Miradouro in portuguese means view point and there are many miradouros around Lisbon. The one I liked the most is miradouro near the Castelo de São Jorge in the center of the city. From up there ou can see Praça do Comercio, Baixa, river Tejo, the statue of Cristo Rei... It's just spectacular!

Azulejos

by toonsarah

I defy anyone to be able to wander Lisbon’s streets for more than a few minutes and fail to be captivated by the myriad wonderful examples of the traditional art form of glazed tiles or azulejos. Nothing for me shouts “Portugal” as loudly as one of these beautiful blue panels, or ornate street signs, or even whole buildings gleaming in the sun. You will find them everywhere - on walls of churches and monasteries; in palaces and on ordinary houses; adorning park seats, fountains, shops, and railway stations. Their images may be of saints, or of historical events or purely decorative. And no matter how many photos I have taken of them, I can never resist lifting my camera to my eye again each time I spot one!

The word azulejo comes from an Arabic word az-zulayj, meaning "polished stone", but the main influence on early Portuguese tile-work was in fact Spanish, when King Manuel I was inspired by the Alhambra to decorate his own palace in Sintra with them. As these first tiles were imported from Moorish Seville, they were purely geometric in design, obeying the Islamic law that prohibits the portrayal of living figures. But when the Portuguese started to produce their own tiles they soon moved away from this tradition, and animals and people became common, illustrating religious, mythological or historical themes. The most common colour scheme is a simple blue and white, influenced by a fashion for Ming Dynasty porcelain in the 17th century, and these are my personal favourites, but there are plenty of other colours for those who seek more variety. So grab your camera and start exploring!

Vinho Verde

by arasnosliw

Try the Vinho Verde while in Portugal. That is translated to "Green Wine." Yes, although it is technically a white wine, they call it specifically a green wine. It is made from young, underdeveloped grapes. The underfermentation causes the wine to be a bit sparkly, but not to the extent of champagne. Vinho Verde is a light, crisp, refreshing drink perfect for a summer drink, with fish or cheese or whatnot. Click on website for more information.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Lisbon

Lapa Palace

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews

Rua do Pau de Bandeira, 4, Lisbon

Show Prices

Britania Hotel

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Rua Rodrigues Sampaio 17, Lisbon

Show Prices

Avenida Palace Hotel

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews

Rua 10 De Dezembro 123, Lisbon

Show Prices

AS Janelas Verdes Hotel Lisbon

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

Rua Das Janelas Verdes 47, Lisbon

Show Prices

View all Lisbon hotels

View all Lisbon hotels

Latest Lisbon hotel reviews

Hotel Dom Manuel I
131 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Best Western Hotel Eduardo VII Lisbon
107 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Hotel Residencial Florescente
405 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014
HF Fenix Garden
241 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 16, 2014
Corinthia Hotel Lisbon
967 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 20, 2014
Sheraton Lisboa Hotel & Spa
643 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 18, 2014
Lisbon Easy Hostel
121 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 17, 2014
Suico Atlantico Hotel Lisbon
62 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Feb 25, 2014
Hotel Tivoli Lisboa
467 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014
Pensao Estrela Do Saldanha
3 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 4, 2013
Pestana Palace
420 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 16, 2014
Hotel Gat Rossio
135 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 18, 2014
Solplay Apartment Hotel
156 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 18, 2014
Pousada da Juventude de Lisboa
16 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 30, 2014
Hotel Mundial
538 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 19, 2014

 Hotel Aviz

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Aviz Hotel Lisbon

Address: Rua Duque de Palmela, 32, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-098, Portugal