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I seldom give such high review for hotels but this hotel deserve it. All the staffs are super helpful and friendly. Service of a 6 stars hotel. However hotel is located in a small lane that is not easy to find. You need a taxi...More
Lovely location and helpful staff, especially Fatima on reception who has great tips for restaurants and beating the queues at Rossio station! Easy access to many locations in Lisbon from nearby tram stops 12 and 28.
Wow, I can't rate the hotel highly enough! A fantastic location within walking distance to major sights and lovely restaurants. I liked the design of the hotel and I was lucky enough to have a room with a beautiful view (3J). Breakfast was plentiful and...More
The Alfama is one the oldest neighborhood in Lisbon, remaining after the earthquake/tsunami in 1755. The streets are winding, hilly, tiled, and the views of the Tejo are incredible from this part of the city. The hotel was tucked away on one of the side,...More
Located on a steep street, but in the center of the quaint Alfama neighborhood, this is a superb hotel. Relatively small, it is very modern with a wonderful patio area in the rear. They pay excellent attention to detail and we found the staff to...More
Explore narrow streets and alleyways, small cafes and, of course, the internationally acclaimed Fado music. The earth-shattering Great Earthquake of 1755 destroyed most of the city but the contiguous neighborhoods of Mouraria, Castelo and Alfama remained standing to this day. These neighborhoods represent Lisbon at its historical best. The cool breeze of the Tagus river will take you up the hills to the sound of
Fado, where you'll discover the best "tascas," eat delicious fresh fish and drink great wines. Discover hidden viewpoints and ancient traces of other civilizational ruins in the heart of the Portuguese capital. These are centuries-old neighborhoods that will welcome you to the very best of old Lisbon culture.
From the airport the best way would be a taxi (aprox. 12 euros). Most taxis will know where it is, ask them to drop you off in front of the hotel, not at top of street. Bear in mind that If you call in the taxi it will cost... More
From the airport the best way would be a taxi (aprox. 12 euros). Most taxis will know where it is, ask them to drop you off in front of the hotel, not at top of street. Bear in mind that If you call in the taxi it will cost you a bit extra than just stopping on from the street (1 or 2 euros) and if you have many bags that will cost you extra too (again, 1 or 2 euros extra, not too much).
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We started our Portugal roadtrip from Lisbon. Flew into Lisbon, a few days there, and then picked up the rental car from Avis. I think there’s plenty of rental car companies near the city center. Or have a cab drop you off... More
We started our Portugal roadtrip from Lisbon. Flew into Lisbon, a few days there, and then picked up the rental car from Avis. I think there’s plenty of rental car companies near the city center. Or have a cab drop you off the the rental company, taxi’s aren’t too expensive in Lisbon. Navigating Lisbon is fine, as long as you’re used to inner city driving. Portuguese drive fast, so don’t hog the left lane for too long unless you can keep up with them, but they aren’t as rude or “arrogant” as drivers in, say, drivers in France for example, so you should be fine. Have a great trip!