It's a very nice hotel, with very friendly staff and great breakfast buffet (you can get espressos...but you have to ask for it...). The rooms are very clean and nice and quiet but you can hear a bit the nearby rooms showers and water taps and sneezing. The hotel is ~10 minutes walk from subway so very convenient. Not a very touristy area since close to the university which means there are a few local hangouts restaurants super cheap but with great food and very decent wine. One night I ate like a king for 11.20 euros... and that included half a bottle of wine.
Traveller from Vancouver
This family-friendly Lisbon hotel is located near the airport, within 1 mi (2 km) of University of Lisbon and Gulbenkian …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
Staff were extremely helpful, even when I arrived earlier than normal check-in time. Room was clean, spacious, and comfortable. The hotel is extremely close to a metro stop and within a short walk to a number of dining options. Am happy to recommend this hotel as good value for money.
Traveller from Cairo
Located in Entrecampos, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of National Library and Gulbenkian Museum. Castle of Sao Jorge and …More
The hallways and the room were well overdue for a renovation. The carpet was beyond thread bare. The hallway walls were gouged but the room was clean and staff were great. The lobby looked great but once you went beyond things were not do impressive.
Traveller from Halifax, Canada
Located in Entrecampos, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Hospital Curry Cabral 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.