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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.
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.
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.
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... cool skateboarders doing fancy tricks. We also popped into a Portuguese wine tasting room. This is the first time ever that I have seen a self-served, almost staffless wine tasting room. You borrow a wine glass and then there are wine bottles upside down in dispensers and you simply insert euros, credit/bank cards and out pops your wine. Hilarious!
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... guy and got to meet his friends, and also met up with my Austrian friend who is now doing the Caminho Portuges, whom I previously met in Rome. She was couch surfing as well, so we went to the beach (again) together and had a group supper (my host cooks very well!)
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... platform; roasted chicken, sausage and a big bag of fries for just €5. It was more than enough for the two of us and the flock of pigeons.
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... the extent they needed. It was not until the 1960s, far later than in other countries, were steps taken toward a modern state-run welfare system. As could be expected, the services this system provided were incomplete, irregular, and woefully underfunded. Urban centers received some benefits, but almost none went to the countryside. During the revolutionary 1970s, numerous health and social welfare programs were established, but only in the 1980s ...
... you went to the cashier first and paid for what you wanted and then took the ticket to the counter to get your order. We then took another bus to the south of the city which is full of lovely buildings with tiled walls and delicate ironwork and many grand squares and monuments but equally lots of derelict and run down buildings. It is so expensive to live in the city that people cannot afford to live there and so buildings fall ...