Britania Hotel

Address: Rua Rodrigues Sampaio 17, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-278, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the S. José area of Lisbon, is near S-o Jorge, Cinemateca Portuguesa, Turismo, and Select Shops.
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          • Bar/lounge


          • Minbar in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Breakfast Available
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsBritania Hotel Lisbon

          Reviewed by adahlin

          Special touches make it a stand out

          Reviewed Oct 11, 2013
          by (18 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

          We were fortunate to stay in this charming boutique art deco hotel for four nights in a double superior room. Our room was very spacious and clean, decorated with the stylish art deco furnishings adorning the whole hotel. We were on a higher level (fifth floor) and were not affected by any outside street noise at night. It was nice to have tea and coffee facilities in our room as a lot of the hotels that we stayed at throughout our time in Europe did not offer this. Free WiFi was also appreciated. We also had a complimentary decanter of port and walnuts provided in our room each night, which was one of several special touches that made this hotel stand out.

          The buffet breakfast had a good selection of both hot and cold dishes, regularly replenished by staff during service. Good selection of teas and good coffee. Fresh juices, fruit and pastries along with other hot options. Being available until noon each day was an added bonus.

          Staff were wonderful. They were approachable, helpful and very friendly. More than happy to suggest good places to eat and other local attractions.

          It is in a great location in downtown Lisbon and we found that we were able to walk easily to most of the attractions, shops and a good selection of restaurants. It was also close to the hop on hop off bus which we enjoyed going on to see a bit more of the city.

          Complimentary tea time served daily in the library from 5 to 9pm is a wonderful tradition that we quickly became accustomed to. There is tea, coffee and port available, with a selection of pastries on offer, including delicious Portuguese custard tarts, made fresh daily.

          While there the hotel celebrated its 69th Birthday and all guests were invited to join the owners in the lounge for champagne and nibbles to celebrate. It was a really nice gesture and great to meet the owners personally and the other guests. Special touches like this and the complimentary tea time made you feel like you were a guest at a grand home, rather than a hotel guest.

          Definitely recommend and will stay again when next in Lisbon.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

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