Marriott Lisbon

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida dos Combatentes, 45, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1600-042, Portugal

5 Reviews

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90%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
25%
135
Very Good
44%
239
Average
21%
112
Poor
6%
35
Terrible
2%
12

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Good For Families
  • Families83
  • Couples77
  • Solo78
  • Business69
  • pakistanibrain's Profile Photo

    Good business hotel

    by

    As you would expect from a member of the Marriott chain, this hotel is a very good place to stay for a business trip. It has plenty of conference rooms, a business centre, wireless internet access in the public areas and wired access in the rooms and a decent restaurant.

    The fact that it is just a 10 minute drive from the airport is an advantage because of quick and easy access. But it is also a disadvantage, because the hotel is right under the flight path.

    Unique Quality: There are two metro stations in walking distance:

    - Cidade Universitaria (Yellow Line)
    - Jardim Zoologico (Blue Line)

  • Glober_hu's Profile Photo

    Good if need to travel fast

    by

    Though I was on business time (so would rather not justify the rates), maybe you may be interested what to expect. Hotel is obviously nice and cosy, staff friendly. Location close to the airport - but there is not much in wakling distance (zoo only) and the environment is a bit noisy if you are in the front facing the the wide street (2x3 lanes).

  • johnaalex's Profile Photo

    Good value hotel from a leading chain

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    This is a medium grade Marriott. The location is handy for the airport - a 10 EUR taxi ride away.

    The pool area is very nice although a more recently built block of flats does obscure the morning sun.

    The lunch time buffets are good value for money, although the restaurant service could be better.

    The Executive lounge which does open at weekend is one of the better ones with free beer and wine in the evenings.

    Note that the hotel is a taxi ride from the centre of town.

    Unique Quality: Booking in advance via the Marriott web site can get some good deals, we paid 60 Euro per night for the room!

  • Audrey118's Profile Photo

    comfort room

    by

    The room is really nice - has a balcony which would be great during the summer. - atho not much of a view.
    The bed - awesome - Marriott is upgrading their beds across the world - it is super heavenly - can fight with westin heavenly bed...i swear by that bed.

    And the decor - typical of many Marriotts - bright yellow.
    Internet connection is available at a price - all day - 24 hours . - i think it cost around 18 euro for the day.

    we also had their buffet breakfast - cost 16 euro each - the spread was interesting - it even had an asian noodle - much to my husband's delight.

    i enjoyed the roast pork loin with sauerkraut.... german dish?? very international fare.

    and their mini pastry is really best - egg custard tart or even the almond tart - sumptuous.

  • kop-queen's Profile Photo

    Top Quality

    by

    Only 1 night spent there but we had no problems whatsoever. The concierge was exceptional, the facilties top class. It took between 5 and 10 minutes by taxi to reach the centre at a cost of only a few euros and there was a subway close by.

    Conveniently placed for the airport and if you visit for a football match as we did it was about halfway between the Estadio de Luz (Benfica's ground) and that of Sporting Lisbon.

    Directions: 10 minutes from airport in the area of the university.

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4* hotel in Lisbon

by ncfg about Radisson SAS Hotel Lisbon

The Radisson SAS Hotel Lisbon it is a 4 * hotel and it is situated just 10 minutes from the city centre, and only 5 minutes from Lisbon International Airport and it is a short walk away from Campo Grande metro station. Including various business class and non-smoking rooms, each of its spacious rooms are fully equipped to the highest standards with satellite TV, video channels, mini-bar, trouser-press and electronic safe-deposit box. Wi-Fi access is also available.

Note: If you touch the mini-bar even if you will not drink anything from it, the reception will know it, all are controlled! Near the city center and the airport

I recomend everyone!

by dr.firas about VIP Hotel Lisbon

I was about to go to Hotel Ibis as my sweet friend from Lisbon *VT member micas_pt* has recomended, but in the way to that hotel I saw the VIP one, and said to myself, ok I'll try this one, to compare the prices, well obviously the VIP was a great experience for me, great price for a very good quality, big bedroom, a bathroom inside the room, and TV set, air condition and really comfortable conditions with a nice breakfast, and also not far at all from the centre of Lisbon, I kept very positive impression of that hotel, it is a recomendation for every traveller once you are in Lisbon! 3 Stars

What a hotel !!!!

by A TripAdvisor Member

Stayed in Lisbon Marriott last week. What a PLACE !!! After the visit, I found the Oct 18 post about this hotel to be totally inaccurate and misleading....

Lisbon is pretty nice city with mostly very friendly people. The hotel is located in a very decent area and access to the subway is very easy (the Zoo station). The hotel was as good, if not better, than many Marriotts I have stayed at in the US / Europe.
The other nice thing is that it is not that far from the airport and Colombo shopping center (reminded me of the Galleria in Houston).

As a final touch, the staff hotel was fantastic at check in, they upgraded me to a suite for 23 Euros !!! That gave me free internet and free access to the lounge (which gave me complimentary breakfast, drinks, and snacks all day).

I am going to be back for sure.

good hotel, but a little far from historical center

by TripAdvisor Member madridtripper

I stayed at the Marriott Lisboa for 5 nights.

ROOM: Our room was clean and looked like just about every other Marriott at which I've stayed. The bathroom was spacious and had a lot of counter space. Our room also had a balcony that looked out onto the street and parking lot. We had a new Revive bed. You'll like it if you like soft beds. I personally thought it was TOO soft and couldn't feel the bed itself.

STAFF: Courteous, friendly, and helpful. The only exception to this was the concierge desk. One concierge was courteous and friendly but not helpful. Another was none of the above.

INTERNET: There is no in-room internet access, wireless or not, which I found surprising since this is billed as a business hotel. You can pay for wireless access in the lobby or at the business center.

TRANSPORTATION: The nearest metro stop is a 10-minute walk, but there is a bus stop right across the street from the hotel. The buses that stop there will take you to the metro stop in just 3 minutes. Also near the metro stop is the Rodoviaria bus station (the bus that takes you to Evora) and a train station (the one you use to go to Sintra).

SAFETY: I never felt like I was in an unsafe area, though it is a quiet area at night. If you're taking the metro home late, you might want to take a bus or taxi from the metro stop back to the hotel.

NEARBY EATERIES: There are no real restaurants nearby for dinner. For breakfast, skip the 16 euro one at the hotel. There are several bakeries on the way to the metro stop.

Great Price - Comfortable Beds!

by A TripAdvisor Member

We just returned from a fantastic trip to Lisbon and stayed here for 3 nights. We received a very affordable rate on the Marriott web site. The bed was very, very comfortable and the room was quiet and clean though a bit dated. We always had clean towels and daily bed turn down. The location is fine. Near the airport and an easy walk to the metro and train station. The walk is fine - the area is very safe and the train station is a good jumping off point for day trips. We took a quick train to see the castles of Sintra (doable in 3/4 of a day) The only downside of the hotel was the concierge. Following in the postings of others the concierges were not very helpful and the restaurants they sent us were not good. Soliciting their advice is frustrating and should just be avoided. The New York Times had several helpful articles on Lisbon we used - Cafe Vertigo in Chiado should not be missed.

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Marriott to Gay Are

by NewMike

Hi, will be staying in Marriott Lisbon and would like to go party in the gay neighboor hood. Will a taxi be ok? Should I ride the bus? I will be there for 3 days , is there a multi day pass?

Re: Marriott to Gay Are

by leics

Using public transport (bus/tram/Metro) will be fine, I think. I would.

http://www.carris.pt/en/index.php

will give you info about services/ fares etc.

Alternatively, you could get the Lisboa Card, which offers free/discounted entrances as well as free public transport.

Re: Marriott to Gay Are

by SoulFisher

If you go by night to Bairro Alto and Principe Real areas, where most of the gay clubs are, taxi is the best option.
I see in Lisbon's map that the Marriott is surrounded by metro stations, but they're not close (Laranjeiras, Jardim Zoologico, Cidade Universitária). During the day, you can walk to the metro if you like to walk. The metro closes at 01:00am

http://travela.priceline.com/hotel/hotelMapGuide.do?static=Y&jsk=2103010a2003010a2008052700134389Bf10066318&plf=PCLH&propID=968203

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Address: Avenida dos Combatentes, 45, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1600-042, Portugal