About Lisbon Hotels
Lisbon is an award-winning destination and attracts tourists from all over the world.
Visitors to the city number couples, families and single travellers, as well as busy executives and large tour groups, and they all need a place to stay!
Fortunately, the range of accommodation in the Portuguese capital is wonderfully eclectic.
Hotels in Lisbon range from five-star heavyweights to humble hostels, and the wealth of check-in options suits all tastes and budgets.
Upscale hotels abound, where luxury remains a byword.
Top-end options include plush, modern properties with state-of-the-art facilities, including fabulous gourmet dining. Conversely, there are refurbished palaces and even former monasteries to bed down in: Lisbon’s stunning, historic hotels are an enticing alternative to the more contemporary-styled recommendations.
But even booking a four-star category hotel can mean escaping to a fashionable boutique bolthole, or relaxing in an original art deco townhouse. You see, Lisbon offers all sorts of quirky overnight ideas, suggestions that extend to comfortable value-for-three-star places for the more down-to-earth. And for that appealing home-from-home feel, it has to be an apartment.
For the budget traveller, the city’s two-star options include the ever-popular pensões – small, often family-run inns – and a fantastic choice of hostels, many of which have won international accolades for their amiable customer service and seriously cool amenities.
About Paul Bernhardt
Paul Bernhardt cut his teeth as a press photographer in England before leaving the UK to settle in Portugal, where he has lived for over a decade, and where he started to focus on more travel-related topics. He has journeyed the length and breadth of his adopted homeland and its islands, interacting with locals and photographing a fascinating range of... Read More
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