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This 4-star hotel is set within a grand 18th-century palace close to Lisbon's seafront, the National Museum of Ancient Art, and many of the city's best sights and sounds. A breakfast buffet can be enjoyed in the hotel's courtyard garden and refreshments are available throughout the day, from the honesty bar. The on-site tour and travel desk can organise a wide range of trips. Rooms offer complimentary wi-fi, a minibar, flatscreen TV with satellite channels and DVD player, and air conditioning.
This modern 4-star hotel is a short walk from Entrecampos Subway Station, giving you great access to the centre of Lisbon. The hotel serves meals throughout the day, and you can make use of the indoor pool and spa facilities including a sauna. Meanwhile, en-suite rooms come with air conditioning and satellite TVs.
This stunning 4-star hotel, in Lisbon's old town will let you experience Lisbon in comfort. There’s a nearby bus link to the airport and the bustling Bairro Alto district is a short walk away. You can take a relaxing dip in the outdoor pool during the summer season and breakfast is available each morning at the hotel. The apartments come with kitchenettes and rooms feature a TV and free wifi.
This 4 star modern style boutique hotel, located in a quiet area , 5 m walking distance from the "Zoo" metro station, is ideal for business or pleasure. Located close to shopping areas like El Corte Ingles, Gulbenkian Museum and Águas Livres aqueduct the main theme of the hotel´s decoration and an ex-libris of Lisbon. The hotel has a roof top swimming pool with panoramic view, Tea/ coffee facilities, air conditioning, cable TV , internet WIFI free of charge.
Just north of Lisbon’s vibrant Bairro Alto district is this rustically decorated 4-star boutique hotel, which has just 18 rooms. Lose yourself in a book from the library in the lounge, make use of the free wi-fi throughout the hotel or enjoy a leisurely breakfast - it’s served until noon. All rooms have air conditioning, a minibar and a TV, and most have a balcony; suites have a separate living room, and city view suites, on the top floor, have the best views of the city and St George’s Castle.
Cheap Hotels in Lisbon
The hotel is located near to the city centre (10 minutes walking or 5 minutes by metro). There is a metro station (Intendente) just in front of the entrance which carries guests or to the City Centre or to the airport. The famous tramway 28, which offers guests an unforgettable tour of Lisbon, has a stop in front of the hotel. Recently refurbished and located on one of the main arteries of the city. The reception is open 24 hours and is the ideal place to learn about all the tourist attractions of this beautiful city, and about the best restaurants to taste its delicacies.
In the colourful and vibrant Madragoa district, the Portugal Ways Lisbon City Apartments are a short trip from Lisbon’s cultural and historical spots, and surrounded by bars, restaurants and shops. Designed with great homely touches for maximum comfort and convenience, these contemporary-styled apartments all have fully equipped kitchens with coffeemakers. Unwind in chic and cosy bedrooms, catch up with free wi-fi, or kick back on comfy sofas in front of the flatscreen TV.Licence number: 18273/AL
Located in Lisbon’s downtown, just beside Rua Augusta, Rossio Square, near the castle, Bairro Alto, Chiado. Praça do Comércio… Nearby you will find many restaurants, bars and shopping area. LX Rossio Hotel offers classic rooms with traditional furnishure. Airport is only 20 minute aways in Metro. You will find friendly staff ready to help you and make your travel to Lisbon something to remember. License number: 1384
The Portugal Ways Culture Guest House is found in a classically-styled building, close to the Intendente metro station and the spectacular views of the Miradouro da Senhora do Monte. There are several restaurants in the surrounding area serving authentic local flavours, and you can relax on the guest house’s terrace. Portugal Ways Culture Guest House offers kitchen facilities, cable TV and free wi-fi access.Licence number:4684/AL, 4697/AL, 4704/AL
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Hotels in Lisbon
The only capital city on Europe's Atlantic coast, Lisbon's rich sense of history, vibrant nightlife, and warm climate make it a really versatile holiday destination. And you can soak up all the sun, fun and culture with a stay in a cheap hotel in Lisbon.
Dance ‘til dawn
Lisbon might be one of the world's oldest cities, with settlements in the area dating back to 1200 BC, but it also has a very youthful vibe, and a bustling bar and club scene. During the 1990s the city became one of Europe's top clubbing destinations, with revellers flocking to the dockside neighbourhood of Alcântara to dance until the sun came up.
Clube Ferrovairio is one of Lisbon's upcoming nightspots, and its rooftop terrace is a great place to enjoy a cocktail while looking out over the Tagus River. You can also experience the beauty of the region's traditional Fado music at Tasca de Chico, or visit one of the world's oldest jazz clubs, Hot Clube de Portugal, before making your way back to your Lisbon hotel.
City of culture
Lisbon is a city steeped in culture, with even the metro system displaying fine examples of contemporary art. The National Museum of Ancient Art has a fabulous collection of Portuguese, Japanese and European art dating back to the 14th century, including works by Rubens and Durer. And you can gain a deeper understanding of Portugal's proud naval heritage with a trip to the Maritime Museum, housed within the inspirational surroundings of a former monastery.
Step back in time
With its history spanning back millennia, Lisbon has a fascinating mix of architecture, and a trip to the Alfama district is highly recommended. The city's oldest neighbourhood, it's full of curious and irregular medieval streets, and also home to the Moorish citadel Castelo de São Jorge. The Belem neighbourhood is also worth a visit for its historic buildings, in particular the Tower, a 16th century fortification which has become a national icon.
Pastries and Petiscos
During your stay in a hotel in Lisbon, dining on Petiscos – Portuguese tapas – is an absolute must, and we recommend the cosy surroundings of Cantinho Lusitano. For dessert, the city's best Pastel de natas – traditional custard tarts – can be found at the Casa Pasteis de Belem. If you're in the mood for something a bit trendier, the former industrial site LX Hub is home to a number of cool places to eat, including Landeau Chocolate, a restaurant solely dedicated to serving the best chocolate cake around.
Botany and beaches
The warm climate isn't Lisbon's only natural wonder;the city's Botanical Gardens are incredibly unique, with a collection of plants from all over the world that dates back centuries, and unusual hybrid trees. And with many cheap Lisbon hotels being close to the city's waterfront, why not join the locals on one of the nearby beaches? Tamariz is particularly easy to get to from the city centre, and is overlooked by a beautiful castle.
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