Lisbon Marriott Hotel

Avenida dos Combatentes, 45, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1600-042, Portugal | 4 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLisbon Marriott Hotel

    Reviewed by ritaromao74

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    Reviewed May 28, 2014
    by (1 review) , Portugal Flag of Portugal

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    Reviewed by congomike

    Not bad

    Reviewed May 18, 2014
    by (13 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Not bad

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    Reviewed by joujabrown

    Beautiful Lisboa

    Reviewed Apr 20, 2014
    by (1 review) Kinshasa , Congo - The Dem. Repub. Flag of Congo - The Dem. Repub.

    One of the most beautiful cities I've visited so far. People were very warm and welcoming. The hotel staff were very sweet, from the concierge to the receptionist and everyone else.

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

    Reviewed by jenh1211

    Lovely hotel but

    Reviewed Oct 22, 2013
    by (9 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Too far from town

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    Reviewed by rmhtraveller

    OK

    Reviewed Jan 9, 2012
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    OK hotel but too far from town. Not recommended for people who like to wander the streets of a town.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Lisbon Marriott Hotel

    Ouch!

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    I would not stay in this hotel again. It is very far from anything you'd want to see. The dinner we had here was the worst meal we had the entire time we were in Portugal (two weeks) and the most expensive. We walked around for about an hour trying to find another restaurant in the area, but had no luck. It is like you are trapped. Everyone speaks english, so there is no feeling of being in a different culture. The positives: the rooms were nice as well as the front door staff. We found the other staff to be less helpful. We stayed here just for one night because it was close to the airport for our early morning departure. We figured they'd have an airport shuttle, but that was discontinued.

    Four Star Property - Not convenient to historic area

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    I just got back from Portugal and stayed three nights at the Marriott Lisboa. Beautiful hotel, great beds, nice amenities, great concierge service. (CNN AND BBC are only English tv stations.)

    The only problem is that everything except for one Art Museum is a 5 to 7 Euro cab ride. Cabs are easily to get and getting back is no problem, but you really can't walk in the area. It is a financial district, kind of like a large suburban business park. Loved the hotel, the small balconies, service was great...breakfast was great...guess you can't have it all. We paid $160 a night, and noticed that with AAA discount can get same room for $109. Would stay near St. Georges Castle next time...would try Solar Du Castelo Inn.

    Marriott

    from

    This is a very nice hotel with well appointed rooms and friendly, helpful staff. The hotel was recently renovated and the furniture shows little sign of wear. There is a wide range of business services available, including internet access. The concierge was extremely helpful providing maps and information on the attractions of Lisbon.

    Some other reviewers have commented on the poor location of the hotel.

    The hotel is not all that distant from the city center, but is far enough to be prohibitive to walking. There is a metro station around the corner, about 5 minutes walk that is on the main line into the tourist areas of the city. There is a bus stop outside of the hotel, but we never figured out whether these buses would take us into the city. Taxis are available, but be especially careful with Lisbon cab drivers. We were almost swindled on a fare but had also been forewarned.

    On one of the days that we stayed there the maid removed the old linen, but forgot to replace it with the exception of the mattress cover.

    Another problem with a hotel of this size is that, like many upscale hotel chains, they are always trying to sell you something. While they offer many services, they all seem to come at an additional charge, sometimes unreasonably high (laundry service for a shirt was 7 euros).

    I think this is one of the key differences between a four and a five star hotel.

    Very Nice

    from

    Spent 14 days here - very clean rooms - excellent bed/sleeping. Don't spend the extra $$ to upgrade to executive club about 50 EU that will get you a free breakfast and a few drinks. Several cheap food places in walking distance of hotel. Amerian Embassy is just down the street, Zoo about 3 blocks behind hotel. Recommend you take private car tour of Lisbon - hotel desk can arrange for you - about 200 Eu. El Cortes English - very large spanish shoping store (8 stories tall) is a 3 EU taxi ride away - don't forget to obtain a hotel 20% off card. They will also give you you a shopping card, all items will be held until you finish shopping, you pay for them and they will help process your VAT tax refund. I got back around 200 EU from my shopping.

    Loved this place

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    My husband and I spent 4 days at the Marriot in October of 2001. We were on our 25th wedding anniversary. The people were very friendly and helpful. We would stay at this hotel if we come to Lisbon again.

    Great Value, Poor location

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    I traveled to Lisbon in late Aug 2003. The hotel, although nice, with a friendly staff, is not ideally situated for a tourist. This hotel is made more for the business traveler, since it is in the financial district. Lucky for tourists in Lisbon, taxis and public transportation is cheap, and you are within 15 minutes of where you need to be. We recommend trying the AM buffett for a good start to the day. When booking, go thru a travel agent in Europe for a voucher. We paid on $50.00 Euro per night.

    Bravo

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    My wife and I were delighted to spend our final evening in Portugal at the Marriott before an early morning flight. Our expectations were exceeded many times over by this clean, bright and shinny hotel. This perhaps the nicest Marriott that I have experienced in my travels. The staff were awesome. Not only were they friendly but also very efficient and willing to work for our satisfaction.There is no question that this hotel is a slice of America on foreign soil with all the amenaties that one would expect from a good Marriott at home. Citrus, the restaurant, served Portuguese and American fare side by side and was quite excellent in a quality and in value. The only qualification would be that for an extended stay one might miss out on a genuine Portuguese experience.....All in all a terrific facility and operation.

    Great Time

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    The Hotel was very posh and upper scale. The staff is very succesful in helping you with the tours around the city. We had a great time, the city is one of the greatest city that we have been in europe. Great Time!

    Wonderful Hotel

    from

    This former Penta Hotel property has been totally remodeled and now is of "upscale" environment. The staff, especially the concierge are most helpful with dinner recommendations, tourist venues and showed an absolute genuine concern for our safety, comfort and well-being. Mr. Joao Carlos F. Santos at the Concierge was most helpful with our visit.

    Lisbon Marriott Hotel

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    We spent two nights at the Lisbon Marriott in March, 2002. It is a wonderful hotel and everything you would expect from an upscale Marriott. Formerly the Penta, the hotel has been completely remodeled and reopened as a Marriott. Everything is new, clean and fresh. We ate breakfasts and dinners in the hotel and the food was outstanding. Dinner prices were very modest and a bargain.

    It was clear to us that this hotel was going through a training and "break-in" period with its staff. Everyone was very helpful and friendly, but at times, they demonstrated lapses in service. Time will fix this. We definately would return to the Lisbon Marriott if we were to return to Madrid.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Lisbon Marriott Hotel

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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    A travel blog entry by congomike on May 18, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by theshis on Sep 26, 2013

    WOW, what a day!
    Got to a late and lazy start, woke up at 9:30, had breakfast, checked out at 12:30 and headed to Lisbon airport.
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    Rainy Lisbon.

    A travel blog entry by theshis on Sep 25, 2013

    Woke up to a rainy day in Lisbon, plus Ami was sick, so we cancelled our plans for Sintra, and rested at the hotel instead, plus moved rooms. :-)
    I then went alone to the Portugese national tiles museum, which was very hard to find, but was nice.
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