Alif Hotel

Address: Campo Pequeno, 51, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1000-081, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Nossa Senhora de Fátima area of Lisbon, is near Gulbenkian Museum (Museu Calouste Gulbenkian), Baixa (Lower Town), Golfe do Estoril, and Estadio Nacional.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Alif Hotel Lisbon



    Das Hotel ist wirklich schön. Der Service ist komfortabel und zum Frühstück gibt es reichlich Auswahl. In manchen Fällen hätte es sogar 4 Sterne verdient. Es liegt ca. 2-3 Minuten von der nächsten Metrostation entfernt.

    Schönes Hotel in einer guten Lage


    Waren für drei Nächte im Alif Hotel und fanden es sauber und komfortabel. Sehr gute Lage in der Nähe der Metro, mittel derer man gut innerhalb von Lissabon herumkommt. Es war wirklich angemessen. Leider war der Ausblick aus unserem Zimmer einfach hässlich, da es nach hinten hinaus lag.

    Nice hotel in good location.


    stayed for three nights in Alif Hotel,found it clean and comfortable.very good location near metro which is a great way to travel around Lisbon.It was very reasonable.Our only complaint was the view from our room was awful as it was at the back of the hotel.

    Above average


    Hotel is in a very nice place. Services is comfortable, breakfest is plentiful. It could be 4 stars in some cases. It is 2-3 minutes from metro station.

    Perfectly reasonable


    i got the Alif from a list for people attending conferences. my room was pretty cheap at 60 euros a night. i was pleased with the location, a bit out of the centre of town, on an underground line, with very easy access to the airport (the aerobus stops at Campo Pequeno) and to the city. the hotel looked a bit shabby from the outside, but inside it was fine - my room was clean and well maintained. i hardly use hotel bars but i got cold sparkling water there and the bar area itself was very pleasant. the restaurant is on the 9th floor with good views particularly over the architecturaly interesting old bull-ring, now being redeveolped into shops / cafes / offices. if you want a vegetarian restaurant, you must go to Terra in Barrio Alto - excellent.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Alif Hotel Lisbon

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    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    Lovely Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on May 09, 2015

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    ... of the safe combination which houses the recipe.

    After we returned to the hotel, I had lunch with some fellow travelers in the hotel and Steve walked to the Tivoli Hotel to check on our car rental for Monday. I had a great lunch and then took the afternoon off. We were really full and my foot hurt so we opted out of the dinner at the nearby palace restaurant. We had a light meal at the hotel and had an early ...

    Day 1: Alfama, Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by mcastlesf on Feb 18, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... in paint and azulejo tiles on building sides mean little when everything is so new.   We stopped here and there to enjoy each bit. The escola beside the Panteo, the parklet with gnarled tree trunks and wispy leaves vibrant in the February cool. The Lisboeta teen singing The Who in his own language whilst playing guitar on the Miradouro overlooking the Tagus river and red-roofed valley where the Alfama meets the shore.   Hungry, in spite ...

    Spain and Portugal

    A travel blog entry by chrisandstace on Aug 23, 2014

    14 photos

    ... For our last night as a group (only half of us were going onto Morocco) we went out for tea and then to a street full of bars for a couple of beers. It was a fun night but we didn't stay out too long as it was eight hours on the bus back Madrid the next day.

    It was a nervous morning before we headed to Morocco and Africa because I was following the Richmond game online. Still can't believe we won and made the finals from where we were.

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    Week 5

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... that we still had time to visit Quinta da Regaleira, so off we went uphill again. I already felt like I had climbed Torc Mountain and there was much more to come. Quinta da Regaleira was built by a Brazilian guy who made a fortune with coffee and gold. It is an enormous and beautiful house that looks much older than it really is, plus it has the craziest gardens ever. The gardens are on a steep hillside with paths going every which way, fountains, ponds, towers, and the best part is ...

    1st-8th of August

    A travel blog entry by kalaniciantar on Aug 08, 2014

    ... night we went to see some flamenco dancing. Flamenco dancing is a big part in the past and future of Barcelona. The show went for an hour. At the end of the show I felt traumatised from how fast their feat where moving and the sudden beats and claps, but it still was pretty memorable. On our 3 day we went to Montserrat. We went up the mountain by cable car. Montserrat is very high, it is calculated to be 4 times ...