This Hotel has a perfect position to discover Lisbon. For the central parts of the city we never had to take any public transportation. From the room we had a beautiful view on the Martin Moniz Square with its nice fountains.
Unique Quality: From some rooms and from the panorama restaurant one can enjoy a maginficient view over the old town and the castle Sao Jorge.
Directions: Near Martin Moniz Square
A nice hotel in a great location.
Unique Quality: In the city centre, just a short walk from Rossio square and the Restaurant Street. Close to transportation to access all of Lisbon. Wondeful view of Castelo St. Jorge just steps away. We took a picture of our hotel from the Castle as we usually looked at the Castle from our hotel. Great spot.
A room with one double bed cost 17.000$00 escudos or about $85 U.S dollars a night in January.
Unique Quality: Location, location, location! As the public transportation system is so easy to use, this hotel seems to be right in the middle of everything. The metro is only two blocks away, tram and bus lines, one block and the Baixa three.
The rooms are decent sized though the walls seem a bit thin. One unusual feature is the electricity. Our room required the room key (the credit-card type) to be placed into a slot right next to the door once you were inside. If the key was removed, the power and the water would turn off after ten minutes. As we only had one room key, it was somewhat inconvenient if one person wants to leave and the other may or may not stay in the room. Strangely, friends who went with us did not have to do this though they had same device in their room.
Included with the price of the room, is an excellent breakfast buffet available from 7-10 am.
Unique Quality: Refurbished old hotel, with comfortable amenities.
It is a 4 stars hotel, which in Asian standard is 3 stars. Nevertheless, we had a nice room with a view of the fort, and it was very convenient to move around. Minutes to the Rossio, and lots of food and shopping around. The tram to the fort is within minutes from the hotel.
Breakfast was simple but good, with srambled eggs, bacon and sausages, cereals and milk, fruits etc.
Rossio Station is closed. We will arrive at Entrecampos station from Albufeira. How can we get to Mundial Hotel?
According to the Metro de Lisboa website, the Rossio METRO station and the yellow line have resumed normal operations as from 23rd November.
This means you can take the Metro yellow line two stops from Entrecampos to Campo Grande (trains in direction Odivelas) and change there to the green line to Rossio Metro (trains in direction Cais do Sodre) which is very close to that hotel.
Or take a taxi!
Yes the Rossio main-line station was rumoured to be re-opening this month but nothing seems to have come of it.
Hope that helps.
if you prefer surface traveling you can take one of the (several) bus lines connecting Entrecampos with Rossio and see the main streets that you pass by (exclude this option if you are coming at a rush hour -8-10 am and 5-7:30 pm)
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