Corinthia Hotel Lisbon
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCorinthia Hotel Lisbon
Perfect hotel for what I needed. This is a nice "chain" hotel but with a slightly higher standard of service than normal.
Location is out of town centre but absolutely ideal. You are right by Sete Rios train station which is on the main Portugese line. There is also the Zoo metro stop here, you can be in the city centre in less than 10 minutes. In addition you are only 30 minutes from the airport and even on a few of the open-top sightseeing lines.
Staff were great - helpful, polite and approachable. The breakfast and dinner meals in the restaurants were very nice indeed (if a bit pricey) and the outside terrace bar was a nice place to relax and watch the football.
All in all, very good indeed.
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