Heritage Av Liberdade

Avenida da Liberdade, 28, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-145, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the S. José area of Lisbon, is near Alfama, Colombo, Coliseu dos Recreios, and Turismo.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Heritage Av Liberdade Lisbon

    Un piccolo albergo delizioso

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    Siamo appena rientrati dopo aver trascorso qualche giorno nella soleggiata città di Lisbona per la vigilia di Capodanno. L'Hotel Heritage è un piccolo e delizioso "boutique hotel", molto ben ubicato nel centro della città vecchia, proprio al centro tra Alfama e Bairro Alto, due dei quartieri più animati ed interessanti. Tanto questi quartieri che il lungomare si possono raggiungere a piedi dall'albergo. La stazione della metropolitana si trova a 2 minuti dall'albergo. Anche i tram si fermano lì vicino, ma la stazione Rossio è chiusa per restauri (perciò si deve andare un po' più lontano per prendere il treno per Sintra o Cascais). L'albergo è il risultato del restauro, realizzato con molto buon gusto, d'un vecchio immobile di sei piani, con attrezzature moderne: un (piccolo) televisore plasma con DVD, un bagno immenso, letti confortevoli, WiFi dappertutto, una piccola piscina e palestra. È un perfetto rifugio romantico, ma anche ottimo per un viaggio con amici perché ci si può soffermare per la prima colazione nella bella ed accogliente sala al pian terreno fino a mezzogiorno! Il personale è molto disponibile e ben informato su tutto. Non vi consiglio il servizio in camera che lascia molto a desiderare. Le camere più spaziose sono sul mezzanino, ma sono piuttosto rumorose perché sono situate al di sopra d'una luce rossa con suoneria. Se cercate un posto tranquillo, chiedete una camera d'angolo su un piano alto (avevamo la camera no. 25 con un bagno immenso). Queste camere sono un po' più piccole ma anche meno rumorose e piene di luce. La città è incantevole, specialmente quando fuori ci sono 20 gradi a dicembre! Ci sono molti splendidi edifici e chiese da visitare, e un gran numero di "pastelarias" dove fermarsi! La vita notturna è eccellente, con bei ristoranti e bar dappertutto. Se avete il tempo e la voglia di andare fuori città, non mancate di visitare la bellissima città di Sintra. È come un viaggio nel paese delle meraviglie.

    Uno splendido albergo

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    Siamo andati a Lisbona nell'agosto del 2006. L'albergo è veramente splendido, situato in pieno centro, e magnificamente decorato e restituito alla sua maestosità originale. Il personale era molto gentile e disponibile. La prima colazione era deliziosa, particolarmente i dolci! Consigliamo vivamente quest'albergo, e ci alloggeremo certamente un'altra volta se ritorneremo a Lisbona in futuro.

    Das beste Boutiquehotel, in dem ich je war! Sehr zu empfehlen!!

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    Ich war gerade ein langes Wochenende im Heritage Av. Liberdade in Lissabon. Es war das beste Boutiquehotel, in dem ich je war und ich kann es aus mehreren Gründen sehr empfehlen: Das Hotel ist brandneu, wurde erst im Juni 2006 eröffnet, die Zimmer waren makellos, wunderschön und sehr komfortabel. Das Personal war sehr freundlich und immer bereit, einem mit Tipps und Empfehlungen für Restaurants, Sehenswürdigkeiten usw. zur Seite zu stehen. Im Erdgeschoss befindet sich ein kleiner Pool, das Frühstück war lecker und die Lage sehr zentral. Es gab Klimaanlage, DVD-Player, Wireless Internet, Flachbildfernseher, Badezimmerprodukte...Es hätte nicht besser sein können. Ich war mit drei Freunden da und auch die waren vom Hotel begeistert. Ich wünschte, alle Hotels wären wie dieses her. Ein Boutiquehotel mit einer sehr herzlichen und gastfreundlichen Atmosphäre, ich würde am liebsten dort wohnen!

    Schönes Hotel

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    Wir waren im August 2006 in Lissabon. Das Hotel war wirklich schön. Sehr zentrale Lage, wunderschön eingerichtet und im alten Glanz restauriert. Das Personal war sehr hilfsbereit und freundlich. Das Frühstück war gut, vor allem der Kuchen! Wir können das Hotel definitiv empfehlen und würden auch wieder dort absteigen, wenn wir noch einmal nach Lissabon reisen.

    Excellent

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    A super little hotel. Small but stylish rooms and delightful staff. Great location! Best prices currently on [----].

    A charming little hotel

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    We just came back from a few days in sunny Lisbon for New year's Eve. Hotel heritage is a charming little "boutique hotel", very well located in the center of the old town and right in the middle between Alfama and Bairro Alto, two of the most lively and interesting neighbourhoods. From the hotel, you can easily walk there or to the seafront. The metro station is 2 minutes from the hotel and trams also stop nearby, although Rossio train station is currently closed for refurbishment (so you must go a little farther to catch a train to Sintra or Cascais). The hotel is a very tasteful restoration of an old 6 floor-building, with a modern twist: (small) plasma screen with DVD, huge bathroom, comfy bed, wifi everywhere, and a small pool and gym. It's perfect for a romantic getaway, and also great for a trip with friends as you can annex the nice and cosy lounge downstairs for breakfast until noon! Staff is very helpful and full of local information. I wouldn't recommend the (poor) room service though. The more spacious rooms are on the mezzanine level but they're quite noisy because of a ringing redlight just below. If you're looking for calm, ask for a corner room at a higher level (we were in n°25 - huge bathroom), as they are slightly smaller but also more quiet and very bright. The city itself is charming, especially when it's 20° outside in December! Lots of beautiful buildings and churches to visit, and lots of "pastelarias" to stop by! Nightlife is great, with very nice restaurants and cocktail bars everywhere. If you have time and want to leave the city, don't miss the trip to beautiful Sintra: it's a real journey to Wonderland.

    Magnifique hotel très bien situé

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    nous avons sélectionné cet hotel grace à tripadvisor (et réservé par hotelclub) et il est aussi bien que les critiques que nous en avions lues.

    Pour un séjour de 3 jours en amoureux à Lisbonne juste avant la saint sylvestre, nous y avons apprécié tous les points forts: chambre spacieuse, déco moderne sobre et élégante, très propre et bien isolé. Pas de restaurant, mais un buffet petit déj copieux et varié. Le personnel est très sympathique, discret et de bon conseil (le restaurant "Guitarras de Lisboa" pour diner en écoutant du fado est une bonne adresse).

    La piscine est petite et un peu froide pour un jaccuzi, mais agréable après une journée de marche.

    L'hotel est idéalement situé (en bas de l'avenue de la Liberdade) à proximité du centre touristique de Lisbonne où tout est accessible à pied.

    un bon plan de petit resto à proximité (recommandé par "un long week end à Lisbonne"): la "Casa de l'Alentejo" au cadre magique et à la cuisine simple mais bonne.

    Un petit bijou

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    cet hotel tout neuf est a conseiller les yeux fermés. situé sur l'avenida Liberdade qui est l'artère principale du centre ville , il est situé à un block du hard rock café (pour les inconditionnels des hamburger-frites) dans le quartier des théatres et à un block du quartier de la Baixa, du Bairro Alto qui est de l'autre coté de la rue. l'hotel en lui même est très bien les chambres sont très spacieuses -en tous cas celle qui nous a été attribuée la n°30 qui est plutôt une junior suite- salle de bain impecable avec douche et baignoire séparée ( coin wc et bidet séparés) parquet au sol dans la chambre tissus chaleureux .

    Le clou du spectacle est certainement la piscine intérieure située au sous sol qui est un véritable havre de paix après une journée de marche dans Lisbonne...le seul inconvènient est le manque d'ambiance le soir car le bar , situé dans le lobby n'est pas très chaleureux et il manque un restaurant. Ceci dit il faut absolument aller boire un verre à l'hotel Bairro Alto et lorrestaurant est aussi à conseiller chaudement le soir comme le midi (les cartes sont différentes)le services est plus qu'attentionné voire parfait -ils parlent un français presque parfait-et méritent un bon pourboire. Sinon le restaurant de l'hotel Sofitel est aussi pas mal bien qu'un ton en dessous par rapport au bairro Alto et le Found You (traversa des inglesinhos)a un décor sympa et une carte correcte.

    Voyageurs francais lecteurs du guide "un long w-end à lisbonne" n'allez pas au Pap Açorda qui est enscencé dans le guide et qui est une arnaque totale autant la cuisine que le décor (c'est cher et réellement insipide pour ne pas dire pire) le service est autain (ce qui ne ressemble pas du tout aux lisboetes)enfin à éviter à tout prix.Sinon il faut absolument aller à Sintra car c'est magique , visiter Belem et ses monuments monter au chateau sao jorge , sur l'élevator de la rue santa justa, se ballader dans la baixa et dans le chiado , boire un verre dans la rue garret , prendre un carris et se laisser trimballer,remonter la rua do norte;on peut faire l'impasse sur les docks pendant l'hiver car ça n'a pas beaucoup d'intérêt. On peut faire tout ça à moindre coût grace à la carte Lisboacard que l'on achete à l'office du tourisme av liberdade.(trasports et monuments gratuits même à sintra)

    voilà lisbonne est une ville géniale qui bouge beaucoup et qu'il faut absolument visiter.

    Lovely Hotel

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    We went to Lisbon in August 2006. The hotel is really lovely. Very centrally located and beautifully decorated and restored to its former grandeur.

    The staff were very helpfully and friendly. The breakfast was lovely, especially the cakes!

    We would definitely recommend this hotel and would stay there again if visiting Lisdon in the future.

    The best boutique hotel I've ever stayed! Highly recommended!!!

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    I've just returned from a long weekend at the Heritage Av. Liberdade in Lisbon. This is the best boutique hotel I have ever stayed, I highly recomend for many reasons: the hotel is brand new, opened in June2006, the rooms are immaculate, beautiful and VERY comfortable.

    The staff is very friendly and always ready to help with great recommendations of restaurants, sightseeing, etc. There is a small pool in the basement, the breakfast is delicious and the location is very central.

    The air-conditioning, DVD player, wireless internet, flat-screen TV, bathroom toiletries... everything was so good and from the highest quality you would expect.

    I went with another 3 friends and we all LOVED the hotel. I wish all hotels were like this one. This is a boutique hotel with a very warm and welcome feel, I wish I could live there!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Heritage Av Liberdade Lisbon

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    Lisbon, Portugal

    A travel blog entry by travels4jada on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... for some unique items made from cork - it is one of their major exports - they even make purses from cork! We have a 7:00 pm departure from Lisbon today with tomorrow being a sea day as our next port is Almeria, Spain and it is 487 natical miles from here.

    Fri., Sept. 12, 2014
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    Sad to leave Portugal. We are off to Spain

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 21, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    July 21, 2014
    Today we sadly prepared to leave Portugal. We checked out of our Pousada and took a small box to the local post office to send back to Boise. It contained a few souvenirs, travel books no longer needed and a bottle of Port. Joe jokingly insured it for 50 Euros, put it in a special box and posted it. We were shocked to discover the shipping tariff was 75 Euros!!!! ($105). Guess we should have tossed those souvenirs and ...

    A Visit to Sintra and the summer palaces

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 09, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... new!

    After an hour to explore Sintra on our own we returned to Lisbon via the seaside resort area of Cascais- lots of sandy beaches, big waves and fancy hotels on the Atlantic Ocean.

    A longer than normal nap regenerated our bodies and we are now preparing to go out to a local restaurant for dinner and to experience a Fado show, the national music of Portugal.

    Weather remains perfect and we are hoping it lasts.


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    Last day in Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 12, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the Church of Sao Domingos - quite a tragic looking interior. It has gone through an earthquake or two, and a fire in the 1950's. Although it was more or less rebuilt, you can see the damaged pillars and stones, the black soot on the walls and the charred stonework at the altar, in stark contrast to the painted orange walls. The area has a lot of African immigrants from Portugal's former African colonies and the ...

    Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by roxietaylor on Nov 01, 2013

    38 photos

    ... to the train station I crossed over and headed up the hill into what I hoped was the city center where I would find a tourist info center and therefor be able to get a map. As I was walking there was a small square with a statue, under the statue was a group of people with a Sandemans Free walking tour umbrella. I had stumbled across the start of the tour, so decided to join.

    The tour traveled through one section of ...