- Reviews: 4680
Marriott LIsbon: fancy nice know them Marriott
Great modern hotel if a bit off the center, taxi is cheap and down in 10 minutes is metro at praça de Espanha.
Nice garden in front, spacious lobby , if a bit bar lobby too close to public passageway. Nice outdoor pool with terrace. Good restaurant. THe rooms are spacious modern and big bathrooms too.
Families would like this if they can have transports secure or use taxis.
spacious rooms and modern facilities with great staff.
- Reviews: 4680
EXE Parque Lisboa hotel: modern, classic, great location pombal
This is a wonderful hotel, very near the praça marques de Pombal, with metro stations Pombal, parque and picoas nearby. Couple minutes on foot from trendy ave da libertade. Location is perfect, the staff very friendly and very clean lines modern hotel.
I will be back. It has been refurbished in 2013 and it shows. I have become used to this hotel in all my trips to Lisbon!!!
rooms are spacious and so is the bathroom, minibar, free wifi, TV plat with multichannels and satellite.
I love the location, very nice, chic trendy with plenty to see and shop/eat. central, nice.
location location location near praça marques de Pombal and ave da Libertade.
- Reviews: 1260
Fearless Frango: Perfect holiday apartment in the Alfama
"Fearless Frango" might have a strange name for a Portuguese holiday apartment, but it's the perfect place to stay if you're travelling with a few pals and on a small budget. Moreover, it's location in the middle of the Alfama ensures that you are not too far away from things - in fact, you're in the middle of everything.
The apartment consists of two bedrooms equipped with a double bed each plus a living room with a sofa bed. The living room opens to one of Alfama's beautiful streets and the huge windows enable you to watch tourists passing by and locals walking to and fro. Then there's a relatively big kitchen as well as a somewhat small bathroom. The apartment was perfectly clean when we arrived, and one of the people taking care of it welcomed us warmly and provided us with lots of useful information. It almost felt like visiting friends. There normally is an early checkout fee which we would have had to pay as we had to leave at 5 am. However, we were told that it's only a bureaucratic thing and that they were fine with us putting the key on the table and leaving without an official check of the apartment. I doubt that many others are this accommodating.
In total, we were almost completely satisfied with the apartment had it not been for the ants. From our second night on, ants invaded the kitchen and bathroom. I'm everything but fond of them, so I wasn't particularly enthusiastic about the fact that they were literally everywhere on the ground. I know that this is not the fault of the owners, as the apartment is in a very old building, but it would have been nice to stay there without ants.
perfect location, good value (€ 65 / night for up to 6 people), stylish interior
- Reviews: 7
Alfama House Apartment: When in Lisbon...rent an apartment!
Traveling in the past we’ve always stayed in hotels and have enjoyed the conveniences that come with a hotel, from the breakfast buffet, daily maid service and concierge services. We had always heard about renting an apartment and because we generally are traveling on a tight budget we decided to give it a try. Picking the area we wanted to stay in was easy, Alfama is the oldest district of Lisbon and by far the most charming district. I found the apartment on flipkey.com, it was small but clean and very functional, it had everything we needed, a working kitchen, a clothes washer, and even a computer with internet access. The owner had lived there prior to getting married which is a major advantage, with the weeks leading up to the trip we were communicating with him about the area so by the time we touched down in Lisbon, it was like we already had a friend in the city. We were able to immerse ourselves in the meandering alleys that pass for streets in Alfama. Going to the shops and cafes near by, catching a Fado performance just down the hill from our little apartment.
Imagine waking to the sound of a cart clattering as it was pushed over the cobblestones. Opening the window to be greeted by a hearty “bom dia”, I look down to see the downstairs neighbor leaving for work and I reciprocate “bom dia!” then I turn and look to the right and catch a glimpse of the sun’s light twinkling off the surface of the Tejo, as if it refacting through a bed of crystals. That impression of my first morning in Lisbon will be with me forever.
The location is the most unique quality. You are surrounded by a very colorful neighborhood, from the people to the food, the music, the red roof homes, it allows you get the flavor of the city. It’s in the middle of a historic district, so you're within walking distance to many of the major tourist site of the city plus it is convenient to public transportation.A short walk down the hill you can catch a bus or up the hill to the Tram 28.
- Reviews: 5
Traveling to Lisbon Apartment Rental: Want to Live Like a Lisboeta While in Lisbon?
I booked a vacation rental through the TravelingToLisbon service on my most recent trip to Lisbon and had such a great experience, I will likely use them EVERY time I return to this lovely city.
The booking process was simple, the representative was friendly and helpful and the apartment was amazing! I rented a one-bedroom apartment that had a very large living area, dining room, bathroom and full kitchen in the central part of Lisbon for 7 days for 227euros!
Check-in and check-out were super simple and the paperwork is minimal.
They have apartments throughout the city so you can choose based on your needs, but my apartment was near all of the must-see sites, public transportation, taxi stops and stores so it was super easy to get around, walk around and get the essentials I needed right outside my door.
Instead of being cramped in a hotel room and paying for amenities I never use, I had a ton of space and was able to have friends over before our nights out, serve cocktails and food and seat everyone comfortably. The TV, stereos, books and CDs made it easy to feel like you were in your own place when I was relaxing there by myself.
This particular apartment had Portuguese tiles throughout and natural wood accents that were absolutely gorgeous. In fact, my Portuguese friends said they hadn't seen that type of decor in a long time and were happy that someone was maintaining it instead of plastering over it to make it more modern looking.
I liked it so much I didn't want to leave!
- Reviews: 861
Hotel Eduardo VII.: A big hotel near Marques de Pombal square.
I booked a room for several nights at this three stars hotel.
My room was small with bathroom en suite. Despite of its size it was fine for me. The only downside was about the bathroom. When I had a shower, the bathroom floor flooded every time. The bath tube didn' t have a box, but a curtain.
Breakfast was buffet style. Every morning there were almost the same things. Bread; two kinds of pastries, jam, honey, butter. There were also cheese, cold cuts, and eggs. You had to help yourself the American coffee from a machine. It was bland.
The personnel at the reception was kind and helpful.
This hotel is fine for its location. In fact it is situated some meters from two metro stations. Parque and Marques de Pombal tube stations. There is a bus stop to Rossio and Cais do Sodrè some meters from the hotel.
- Reviews: 4680
Radisson Blu: great easy airport city combi Lisbon
Very convenient hotel near airport and city , about 10€ taxi to both. The services are modern and first class, all you need in the rooms,and lavishly decorated. the rooms and baths are big family size, and you have full service restaurant and sports bar
the resto is Bordalo Pinheiro and the sports bar Malhoa, where you can watch my favorite football/soccer games...recommended
the central location of being easy to reach city and airport , the sports bar with friendly service,and the nice deco and views makes it a perfect location to stay
- Reviews: 2495
Apartments Lisboa: Apartments Lisboa
Tower block apartment close to Pavilhão Atlântico Concert Hall an ideal place for me in town to see Leonard Cohen Oct 2012. This apartment just a short walk away, from the venue and the rest of the attractions at Parc des Nachoes, the Expo site.
Apartment itself is fantastic, a studio for me on the 19 floor, great views over the city and everything I needed (plus more) for a short stay. Full kitchen, comfortable bed and lovely shower room.
No doubt where I will stay next time I visit Lisbon.
- Reviews: 4680
Altis: Altis is high class in Lisbon at good prices
yes I agree to do stay in Barrio Alto, lovely views and quaint nice streets.
Altis i stayed already so can tell you is fantastic, not the others ,no experience.
Altis is a top chain, modern spacious, and friendly service all at a good price.
hope it helps your decision
modern, spacious, well located, all facilites are tops,and the service is friendly
- Reviews: 1875
Principe Real Hotel: Staying in a Lisbon Boutique..hotel that is!
This was an interesting find; and fairly good value for money. It is a hotel where you get a room key and have to hand them in as you leave the building.
There is free wifi and fairly modern plumbing.
The breakfast was good, although you do have to order it from waiting staff - no buffet here!
- Reviews: 14
Aparthotel VIP Eden: The Jewel in the Jewel of Europe
Stayed here for 4 days, it was a amazing place, great location for everything. All the designer shoppes were within walking distance, like a block over from one another. The bus stop is in front of the hotel, the hard rock cafe is accross the street.
Great rooms, nice sized, nice bar on the roof...with a pool on the roof looking down. Staff was ok great deal for a great price. Would go back again without hesitation. Air conditioning, Babysitting (on request), Bar, Major credit cards accepted, Safe, Kitchenette, Outdoor swimming pool, Car rental, Conference Room, Hair-dryer, Wake up service, Laundry service, Snack-Bar
- Reviews: 14
Altis Park: Altis Park!
We had to stay here because the flight agency we had booked with had double booked some of the seats. Lucky for us it was amazing and I would go back again!
Featuring breathtaking views of Lisbon and the Tagus River, this 4-star hotel offers rooms with a flat-screen TV. Facilities include a free shuttle service to and from Lisbon’s airport and city centre. The air-conditioned rooms at Altis Park Hotel are decorated with wooden furniture and carpeted floors. All rooms have a minibar, satellite TV, and an en suite bathroom
Great view, Great staff, Great Enviroment
- Reviews: 4680
Altis Park Hotel: best at great price and near center- lisbon
Great hotel very warm helpful service especially at the restaurant and taxis orders. The hotel is loaded even a gym next door that guest can use.hightly recommended
gym, easy to central, and great views over the river tejos
- Reviews: 27
Dom Manuel I: Cheap four star hotel with style
Dom Manuel I
Av. Duque D'Ávila 189, 1050-082 Lisboa, Portugal
+351 213 593 010
Nice hotel, not very big - around 60-65 rooms, a bit old but with style. It has four stars but it should be three star hotel compared to other countries (except in Italy or Spain).
It is very clean, rooms are nice and staff is very pleasant. The best thing about this hotel is great location near metro station , few stations from very heart of town. It is situated in silent street and of course price is very good. Cost was 250 USD for 5 nights with breakfast in double room. That was great price at that time - July 2009.
It has Wi-Fi wireless internet access and cable TV.
there is no pool, spa or anything like that
- Reviews: 145
Lisbon Apartment, Alphama: Nice Apartment in Alphama
We rented an apartment in Alphama for 2 nights in Aug. 2010 and we really enjoyed staying in a portuguese house and the walks in this beautiful neighborhood.
The apartment was in a relaxed area in the middle of Alphama with the local children playing outside and the old women barbequeing sardines in the narrow streets. And no cars!
The apartment is over 2 floors, the 2nd and 3rd floor. Roof balcony at 3rd floor. Kitchen with washingmachine, 2 dobbel beds (1 in the livingroom at 3rd floor and 1 in the bedroom at 2nd floor). Dining area with french balcony (street view).
Roof balcony with views of the Tagus River!
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