Hotel is well located near Rua Republica, Lisboa Airport and downtown & Rossio sq. It is geared to groups and have allocated them the upper floors. So, as an individual or family, if you ask for upper floors, good luck!.
The reception desk people are kind of short tempered and with an attitude. Don't know why??? We are the ones bringing them tourist income.
Groups are allowed to check in earlier than 2pm. Individuals, they are very strict with the 2pm+ check in time.
Traveller from California
Located in Entrecampos, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Campo Pequeno Bullring and Gulbenkian Museum. Castle …More
Overall was an excellent hotel The staff was very friendly and help me book a tour I couldnt book through tripadvisor .Even though is not too close to the center of town the neighborhood is very pleasant
Traveller from Puerto Rico
Located in Entrecampos, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of National Library and Gulbenkian Museum. Castle of Sao Jorge and …More
I got a cheap deal so thought the hotel was ok for what I paid, but it certainly isn't a 4 star hotel. Wardrobe doors were stiff to move - & they needed sliding across each time to retrieve items. Glasses were not cleaned or replaced all week. Room was cleaned each day but not thoroughly. Breakfast was a poor offering & extortionate price so I ate out everyday
Traveller from England
Located in Entrecampos, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Hospital Curry Cabral and Gulbenkian Museum. Castle of Sao …More
Close to shopping/business district of Lisbon, but comfortable walking and easy/cheap transport to town centre. There are good restaurants all around Lisbon and it is easy travelling distance to tourist attractions, beaches and bars. The hotel comes with a quality service, clean rooms and all the expected accessories - includes bar/restaurant but we did not use these.
The football ground is also fairly easy to reach on the metro if that is of interest.
Located in Entrecampos, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Campo Pequeno Bullring and Gulbenkian Museum. Castle of Sao …More
The Monument to the Heroes of the Peninsular War, completed in 1932, holds a central position in the plaza near Entrecampos, Lisbon’s main railway station. Located between the Campo Pequeno bullring and Campo Grande, Entrecampos, which translates to “between the fields” in English, offers convenient access to Lisbon’s many popular attractions via the nearby Yellow Line metro station.