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5 star

Corpo Santo Lisbon Historical Hotel
4.7/5105 Reviews

Corpo Santo Lisbon Historical Hotel

Baixa Lisbon|1.67km from city center
Hotel condition is ok once. Although it is an old hotel, it was tidy and clean. The beds and pillows were very comfortable. The bathroom is clean. The shower room has music therapy, but it was amazing. Amenity is Morton Brown, and the coffee machine is Nespresso. Coffee is of course free. There was no electric port. Very friendly staff. I arrived at the pharmacy the day I arrived, so there was no pharmacy open. However, the desk staff worried and looked up and remembered me a few days later and asked my best regards. I also asked you to recommend a restaurant, but I have a really good house. Water and drinks are always available in the lobby, and in the afternoon you can have a delicious snack in the lobby. Please clean up your sleeping room in the morning and clean up your room so you can sleep in the afternoon. The room is always tidy, so every time I enter, I feel good. I saw you tidying up the bathroom by accident. It was an old hotel that smelled like a sewer, but I couldn't complain because it was so carefully managed that I couldn't blame it. The smell is fine if you close the bathroom door well. Besides, I didn't like frustration, so I kept the windows open so I thought it was better. Oh, when you organized it in the afternoon, you might have snacks like candy or tarts. I wandered around and ate really good. Breakfast was just the right kind (vegetables, cheese, ham and sausage, eggs, fruits, bread, milk, juice, coffee, etc.). The manager was very friendly at breakfast. Oh, we had wine and steak with room service. The location is perfect .. Buses, trams and subway stops are right in front of you and you can walk to the sea just a few steps away. There are many good restaurants nearby. The Trem takes you directly to the main tourist attractions ... Ah, the flats near the hotel make it easy to walk around. I am more than happy to see you later. I recommend it.

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Business travel

VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
4.1/568 Reviews

VIP Executive Zurique Hotel

Baixa Lisbon|2.48km from city center
My recent stay at the VIP Executive Zurique Hotel was acceptable. This hotel has so much potential, and some more attention in a few areas would go a long way in transforming this property to one of a higher quality. The service was excellent. Employees were all compassionate and professional. In addition, the food offered in the hotel’s restaurant was of high quality. Prices at the property were fair. From a value point of view, I expected a bit more. I paid €439 for my eight-day stay. In addition, dinner was expensive and extremely limited. More specifically, in terms of amenities, the hotel boasts a beautiful outdoor pool area. Unfortunately, it was often overcrowded and littered with garbage. More attention to detail would remedy these issues. Wifi was available, but weak in certain parts of the hotel. A bar is located in the lobby, but opens late and closes early in the evening, making it inaccessible. The gym was closed during my time here. That was also unfortunate, as images and descriptions on websites were misleading. I stayed in an Executive Single Room during my week here. The room itself was contemporary and updated, however, housekeeping was inconsistent. Some days, my room was cleaned impeccably, others, housekeeping was abysmal or nonexistent. Towels oftentimes had rips or stains on them. The curtains had small rips and were stained. In addition, one of the blankets was stained. The provided toiletries were good. The bed itself was comfortable, but the pillows were very poor quality. The hotel did not specially publicize a smoking policy. Oftentimes, the corridors reeked of smoke. Cigarettes littered the pool deck and common areas in the hotel. Staff worked hard to keep surfaces in the lobby disinfected, however, their efforts were undermined by thousands of guests utilizing these areas. I do believe the hotel is understaffed. The hotel would benefit from having maintenance and housekeeping readily available and on call for assistance. When I necessitated maintenance, I was told I would have to wait for the following morning when the technician would be available. While the rooms were updated and contemporary, the bathrooms were rundown. The hotel shows it’s apparent age on the exterior, and in the elevators. Some surfaces were cracked and not functional. I experienced difficulties in the elevators. They stopped working at times, leaving me stuck. Again, better maintenance would remedy these concerns. The location of the hotel is a positive. It is surrounded by transit options that provide direct links to cities all across the country. This is ideal for all visitors. Overall, the hotel served it’s purpose. I do believe the hotel is ill equipped to handle the high volume of guests that stay here. Housekeeping is marginal, and must be improved. Maintenance needs to pay closer attention to the aging property. Finally, security here is lacking. I have some concerns as it pertains to safety. Front desk staff has no control over people

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Breakfast

Portugal Boutique Hotel
4.7/5115 Reviews

Portugal Boutique Hotel

Baixa Lisbon|0.9km from city center
I arrived at the Hotel Portugal on August 21, 2022 early in the in the morning for six nights and seven days. Staff was welcoming, professional and friendly. I had complimentary breakfasts during my stay and was able to have a nice breakfast at the hotel upon arrival. My room would be ready by mid-morning so after having a delicious meal, I took my first walk into Lisbon. I returned shortly after to settle in my 2nd floor room. I was given a really beautiful and quiet room (room 209) which was a good size, modern and classic room. The room and upscale bathroom had high ceilings, quiet air conditioning and a beautiful decor. The room was nicely designed and very comfortable with a large king size bed. It also had a flat screen television incorporated in a large circle mirror on one wall. The room had ample storage for hanging or putting clothes away in large wall cabinets. It was well thought out, fairly new, spacious and elegant. Room service was excellent and the room was made up during the afternoon. It was very comfortable and clean and it was a pleasure to return to it at the end of the day to relax and to have good night’s sleep. The buffet breakfast included with the room had a standard plate of fruit, cheese and thin slices of ham, plus a small delicious Portuguese tartlet. On top of that, you could order your choice of many things, including eggs, bacon and fruit yogurt. It was a complete and delicious breakfast that was served on the main floor in a nice dining area inside or on the beautiful and relaxing enclosed outside hotel terrace. The hotel was nicely and centrally situated with a short walk to major streets and squares like Rossio Square and Rua Augusta. From those areas, you had access to major points of interest in this beautiful and photogenic city. The city and surroundings are truly amazing, the people nice and friendly and the views are spectacular. Getting arround is easy just walking or taking a cable car or train. The hotel also offered access to a nearby roof top bar and terrace which was really perfect at the end of the day to relax, cool off and admire the views of the city. Finally, the entire hotel staff was professional, really helpful with advice on visiting Lisbon, gave other useful travel information and always got you a nice table for breakfast on the terrace. Everyone was just so kind and friendly. It made all the difference in my stay at Hotel Portugal. I want to especially thank Cristiana at the front desk and Dulce at the breakfast restaurant for their great service, attention and overall kindness. The hotel entrance was also welcoming with a friendly and helpful door man who always had a nice greeting and gave good advice and service. The stay went by quickly as the city of Lisbon and nearby coast, mountains and beaches are just incredible. I took 1000 memorable pictures during this great trip. Again, the staff was awesome. This city boutique hotel gets great reviews and I can understand why.

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Family friendly

Hotel Mundial
4.4/5119 Reviews

Hotel Mundial

Baixa Lisbon|0.83km from city center

Latest booking 6 hrs ago

On arrival, we were disappointed with the reception staff who were more interested in chatting amongst themselves and asking guests to wait. In our room, the windows had no sound proofing, so you hear all the street noise all the time. Be aware of hearing fire sirens at any time as the fire station is adjacent to the hotel. Our room was just ok. However, the water from the taps and shower was fierce and scaldingly hot unless you were careful. The shower was old and outdated. You could not even adjust the showerhead without standing in the bath. I have never stayed in a hotel of recent times with such poor shower facilities. Urgent updating needed. For a four-star hotel, it was disappointing. There were absolutely no room extras whatsoever. In this respect, it was more like a three-star hotel. I was also amazed to find that there were no tea or coffee making facilities in our room. The hotel leaves a bottle of water in you room each day with a message ”We wish you the most pleasant stay”. However, this is not complimentary. There is a charge of three euros. The good news is that next door there is a good supermarket selling everything, so buy your water there. Breakfast was buffet style and reasonable, but a lot of cold food that had been cooked hot. It was also so noisy inside the restaurant. As the weather was warm, we preferred to have our breakfast outside. However, it was very difficult to avoid cigarette smokers which was a major negative. Only one restaurant in the hotel was open instead of two, which was quite inconvenient. This hotel needs an update, and to review what this hotel should offer their guests. It appeared to me that the Mundial seemed to be more focussed on their business model, giving their room guests no extras. There are better hotels to stay at in Lisbon.

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Rossio Hostel
3.8/519 Reviews

Rossio Hostel

Baixa Lisbon|0.06km from Rossio Square
This is our second time at Rossio Hostel - we thought it the best hostel we'd ever stayed at in 2019, and now it is even better. Not enough words to tell you everything great about it - though if we boil it down to two words it would be THE PEOPLE who work there are what makes it amazing. Sunday Fado night is not to be missed - when we were there Rossio brought in Jessica Fernandez, who is an amazing singer and she was backed by two highly skilled guitar players - one on classical guitar and one on the Portuguese guitar. Pizza night on Wednesday also included a cover band that was a lot of fun. Aside from all this Rossio Hostel is in a fantastic old building from the late 1700s/early 1800s (post-earthquake) - lots of character. Rossio sits right on Rossio Square - a very central part of Lisbon with the metro and trains right outside your doot. Now, as to what makes Rossio Hostel really stand out - well, that is the people. A big thank you, and kudos, to the staff at Rossio: Madalena, Leavis (hope I'm spelling your nake right my friend), Rita, Paula, Mackayla (also hoping I get your name right), Victoria and especially Elsa who cooked up amazing scrambled eggs and crepes Monday to Friday. I didn't catch the name of the weekend cook - also a big thank you to you and the young lady helping you on the weekend. There are other staff that I didn't have a chance to get their names. The staff at Rossio Hostel make you feel like you are at home - my partner and I also felt like we were part of their family for the six days we were there. The big downside to Rossio Hostel is when you have to leave - the staff make it really hard to leave, because they make you feel so welcome and at home. We've been there twice and we will absolutely be back. If there were a way to give a rating higher than 10 we would certainly do it. Thanks again to everyone at Rossio Hostel for making our trip so special and memorable. Photos below: Fado Night (Sunday) with Jessica Fernandez; photo from Rossio Square during the day looking toward Rossio Hostel (building on the right), and photo at night of Rossio Hostel taken from Rossio Square.

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Turim Europa Hotel
3.9/551 Reviews
Baixa
The front desk of the hotel was very warm and very standard: I signed a document when I copied my passport. I also specifically told me that the reason for signing this document was because I had to copy my passport and take it in another hotel to let me sign = =. From the hotel, not far from the Marquis de Pombal Square in Lisbon, then go down the city to the city center.
Heritage Avenida Liberdade - Lisbon Heritage Collection - Avenida
4.6/5102 Reviews
Baixa
Hotel location is very good, about 300 meters from the train station. There are many shopping malls and restaurants nearby. A seafood restaurant is recommended. PINOQUIO is very delicious. We had two meals there during my stay at this hotel.
Hotel Miraparque
4.1/555 Reviews
Baixa
Away from the main city attractions but right next door to a metro station. It is walkable but an uphill walk coming back from a day out of about 30 minutes. Reception staff efficient but not what I would call welcoming. Booking request of higher floor not near Elevator was not fully adhered to, not near Elevator but 1st floor room (it maybe that my type of room is not available on another for). Strangely bathroom window was open on arrival which we thought was strange but after closing it before we went out on our return we discovered why as without the window open the bathroom had a horrible musty smell. No other major issues with room and it was comfortable. Breakfast, the pretty standard food selection. Coffee not to my taste and tables very close together and difficult to get in and out from without knocking into the person sat at the table next to you. Generally an OK stay
Madalena Hermitage
4.5/523 Reviews
Baixa
Perfect, close to everything, we made almost all walks, restaurants and places to take breakfast nearby, the most remote walks/destinations gave to use the metro, others because not being served by the metro we use the bond and/or bus , these are well filled, I recommend taking Uber, it is not expensive and it is worth it for convenience to reach the most remote destinations. The only inconvenient, always has one (smile) at least, was the acoustic isolation between the apartments that were in different floors; on my apartment there was a family with some children who were running in the apartment during the night (sleep a little later than my family), the noise/vibration of the footsteps in the upper floor was very disturbing, but soon it stopped when everyone was going to sleep, did not compromise the stay, but it can be a problem with certainty, it will depend on who is hosted in the upper floor. Well, that's, even with the problem of the acoustic hospitation I would host again in that establishment, we were very well taken on the reception, even let us up with the bags and then return to check-in, I found that very good and kind from the reception.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Lisbon
4.1/5121 Reviews
Alvalade
My husband and I stayed here the night before our flight home from Lisbon back to the US. The staff were polite and helpful at check-in and helping us get a taxi into town. However, when we asked to be booked on the airport shuttle (that the website says runs every 30 minutes), we were informed that they have moved to a once-an-hour schedule, and that the shuttle we would have needed was already full. So we wound up having to take a taxi. This was not big deal, but still not what was advertised. The room was adequate - clean, reasonably comfortable - but nothing to write home about. I have not idea how the breakfast was, because it opened after we needed to leave for our flight. The main attraction of this hotel is its proximity to the airport.
Empire Lisbon Hotel
4.2/598 Reviews
Baixa
A great valued hotel in an excellent location in Lisbon. Located right outside Arroios metro station making it a 10 minute journey to the central areas and 1 change at Alameda to go the the airport. The room was spacious and comfortable with a brilliant shower. Room has lots of amenities including fee toiletries, a desk and a fridge and you can request as kettle when you check in. Reception staff were attentive and friendly as were the housekeeping staff who gave us a birthday card too. Breakfast had a plenty of options from pastries to cereal and hot food. You will always be full! It gets quite busy around 8am but there is enough seating to be able to relax and keep going back for more! The hotel also give guests a free coffee voucher which we used once we checked out. Would stay here again and would recommend to anybody visiting Lisbon.

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