DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... saw something!. As we left the river and went out to sea it was down tothe pool deck for a cocktail. We had met a couple from Queensland, Rob and Sally with 2 girls (Maddie and Brooklyn ) so had drinks with them. Incredibly they had the same itinerary as us for the next 16 days so we would often have a drink and Rob and I would adjourn to the sports bar or casino to discuss the joys of living with 3 women in such a confined space as our cabins,!.In the bars they ...
... usually ends around 2 or 3, therefore dinner doesn't start until 10 or maybe even 11. Lisbon has an obnoxious amount of restaurants. They line each and every street. Almost all have outdoor seating. I have not noticed any chains, and even if there are, no one would probably go to them. A downside of owning a restaurant in Lisbon must be the vast number of other restaurants vying for the same tourist population. Owners market ...
... and so was the melancholy music. My soul loved this stuff. It was just her and two other guitar players. You could tell they loved the music they played, but they felt no pressure to turn it into a show. A pretty woman in her fifties or sixties sat right next to the guitarist, and she looked absolutely bored. She feigned a smile at her husband, covered her mouth with her hand. I felt sorry for her, as if there were someplace else she would have rather ...
... from the latin word "fatum", the same word from which "fate" is derived, so quite understandable that many of the lyrics revolve around love, death and sadness. We decided to give the evening performances a miss as we didn't want to jump voluntarily off the castle tower! I think I lean more towards "bip bop" than "soul". However, judging by its popularity here, I may be in the minority!
We had lunch in the Alfama where we fell prey to ...
... churches we've been in. In general, this church included, inside they are somber rooms. Unlike the churches in Italy that all seem to celebrate their religion with a gilded and artistic approach, in Portugal it seems to be more solemn and serious.
Another kilometre or so walk down from here (have you noticed the walking times seem to be outnumbering the Transporting times? I have!) we finally get to the Belem Tower. It too is impressive as it juts ...