I stayed in Lisbon Short Stay Apartments for a week on business/ pleasure and was really pleased with everything. Staff were welcoming, kind and extremely helpful both helping to resolve an airline issue and with advice and recommendations for things to do. It was clean and well-equipped, comfortable and spacious. I felt safe as a woman travelling alone. I found the price to be extremely reasonable and would choose here to stay above all others I have previously stayed in in Lisbon.
The hotel staff could not be more helpful - nothing was too much trouble for them. The hotel is in an excellent central location and if you have a car, the hotel staff will provide assistance and information for the Car Park. There are tours which leave regularly from the square and there are two 'Fado' restaurants within walking distance where you can be entertained with this typical Portuguese music over a good meal. The reception area does not do justice to the hotel. The decor is quirky and worth noting - every chair in the restaurant is a different design. I am not too sure that I liked too much the 'Do not Disturb' Sign on the bedroom door which said simply 'Get Lost' ! However just a minor point for a very pleasant stay; I would definitely come back.
I enjoyed my stay as I was in a double room with a single occupant, if my wife had been with me the room would have been too small. There was no room to sit down other than on the bed
I enjoyed the different elements in the hotel however the lasting impression is one of confusion . The interior designer had been gives too much reign
The hotel went out of its way to take care of us. The service was excellent, from a complimentary fruit dish to a complimentary bottle of champagne. The hotel is ideally situated and you can walk to many of the most important tourist sites. My only minor complaints are that I could occassionally hear the traffic (through the double windows) and you could sometimes feel the slight vibrations from trains entering the next door train station. Besides that, a great place that we will be returning to when we return to Lisbon.
Stayed at the Rossio Garden hotel for 7 nights, this is a lovely new hotel (just opened in May'14) it has a modern design, decorated in striking red, grey & black which looks great! Our room 505 was a good size, the bed was extremely comfortable, it was also very quiet despite the fact we were in the middle of a busy area, this is probably due to the double glazed windows. Our room was kept very clean with plenty of fresh towels every day, we were also left bottles of water & chocolate truffles every day, lovely touch! The staff are very friendly and helpful, and the breakfast (8 euros) is well worth it, much cheaper than eating breakfast outside hotel! The location is very central, just a few yards and you're in Rossio Square, there are also loads of nice restaurants right next to hotel. Cannot recommend this hotel highly enough, book it, you will not be disappointed!
Charming, spacious and super helpful staff. We arrived late in the evening and were greater with a glass of port. Their breakfast is plentiful including fresh fruit, pastries, and eggs. The location is on the most historic and interesting square in the city and close to all of the sites and great restaurants . The rooms are spacious and quiet. Staff was super helpful, relaxed and friendly. I highly recommend this hotel.
"Great hotel for the price int he centre on Lisbon"
This hotel is very centrally located int he centre minutes walk away from the metro station. The staff were very helpful and the rooms are well equipped, on the small size but great value. Lovely breakfast served in a bright breakfast room and very relaxed. Great free WiFi throughout the hotel and good speed.Worth a return trip when I am back to Lisbon.
Eamonn from London
A hotel in Lisbon to experience the unique atmosphere of the city in the singular district of Baixa, in the heart of the …More
The Santa Justa is in an old building at the heart of the Baixa, which makes it equidistant from the Barrio Alto and the Alfama.........a short but stiff climb to both if you are on foot. Inside the hotel is modern and pleasingly designed....not too functional but not over the top. Staff amazingly helpful and friendly; free wi-fi and free mini-bar plus welcoming bottle of port are a nice touch. Can't really fault it. Didn't eat there, and the restaurants in the nearby Baixa streets aren't up too much.
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