After a busy day at the beach, I had placed my headphones into the carrier bag we had used for snacks and placed them on the spare bed in the room. A couple of days later whilst we were packing I noticed my headphones were no where to be found. We realised that after our room had…
- Close to El Corte Ingles (department store), a supermarket and the metro (Parque)
- There is someone at the reception desk 24/7
- The a/c works very well. You could turn the room into the North Pole if you'd want to
- Our room had a fridge (not a minibar), perfect coo…
We stayed at this place for 5 nights. The hotel is very close to the central Lisbon a 2 min walk to Parque metro st and a 5 min walk from São Sebastião (this line goes directly to the airport and is very convenient). It is also a 3 min walk to El Corte Inglés shopping mall. If yo…
Is an hotel of 2 flats in a bigger building.
You have to look for it in the door bell list.
The rooms were nice and cosy.
The receptionist was updated in football stuff and pleased to share the information.
It was me and my friends first holiday away from our parents, we stayed at the hotel for 6 nights and just wanted a place to put our heads as we would be out most of the day. The hotel is what the pictures show, it's run down and tired. On our last day as we were packing my frien…
"Rooms in the rear are quieter than those facing the street."
"We were at the back - no view but quiet. Perhaps some noise at the front."
"If you want cheap and simple place to stay"
"Read reviews that rooms on the main road were noisy, but we had one and it didn't make any difference to us. Yes a little street noise but maybe living in London I am used to it."
"We were in room 404 at the front of the hotel on a busy street. I would request it again, since the noise did not bother us."