The 59 rooms of this modest three-star hotel have been imaginatively decorated to reflect a cultural and historical theme, using fado and tram 28 motifs as well as abstract patterns of azulejos and... Read More
The 59 rooms of this modest three-star hotel have been imaginatively decorated to reflect a cultural and historical theme, using fado and tram 28 motifs as well as abstract patterns of azulejos and calçada. The result is colorful and quirky interior that wouldn't look out of place in a trendy design property. Accommodation choice extends to double, twin and triple rooms, and individual units. Some of the double rooms have balconies, and guests can also have the option of double connected rooms––"handy if you're traveling as a family. All rooms are ensuite and amenities include LCD TV, mini-bar and air conditioning. Wi-Fi internet connection is optional. A number of rooms have been adapted for those with mobility issues. A breakfast bar provides guests with a continental buffet selection, which is included in the rate. The hotel is sited near Anjos metro station, which connects with the rest of the city. However, lively and multi-cultured Avenida Alimirante Reis is a delight to explore and heading south takes you all the way into Lisbon's tourist downtown district.
Avenida Almirante Reis, 68
- Best for Budget Hotels Because: A favorite option for those traveling on a budget but who wish to stay within walking distance of downtown Lisbon and its visitor attractions.
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