SANA Metropolitan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsSANA Metropolitan Hotel Lisbon
Reasonable and good service
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TripAdvisor Reviews SANA Metropolitan Hotel Lisbon
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... time to stay and explore as it is home to some amazing architecture including the largest/longest section of Roman Aqueduct and a Roman Star Fort. Portugal deserved more time than we allowed, that being said, we can always go back when we have more time and the weather is better. We were looking forward to our next house sitting assignment with three big lovely dogs, the time to sit and plan our Moroccan expedition and to think carefully and plan the next stage of our European ...
... to get off and we realized why the tram wasn't crazy full, the end of the line was nowhere near downtown and not close to any tourist attractions, in fact it stopped at a cemetery. It wasn't a terrible issue to have as we really had no plan for the day, so we headed downhill to what we assumed would be towards the water. Around the backside of the cemetery was a road that lined the top of a valley all the way to the water. We followed it all the way down the ...
... we get for letting the frat boys drink 'sweet white’ wine all night. Tom and I finally had everyone, but not everyone’s dignity, back on the ship by 6:30 yesterday morning. Good times.
Fun SAS Facts: When you leave the ship it’s fine you just walk off, but on the way back on you have to pass three security checks; at the bottom of the gangway you have to show your ID and take off any glasses and let the crew member look you in the ...
... Basically it's the best custard tart you have ever had! It's a filo like pastry, and filled with a sweet set yet still ouzey filling of custard. Rumor has it that there is only 3 people in the world that know the exact recipe for the 'Pastiès de Belemè' and there are queues around the street for them! We cut the line and went straight in I enjoyed mine with a coffee. Jed ordered chocolate milk, hoping for a 'Brekka' type milkshake. Out came a thick hot chocolate. ...
... on this tower is the Moorish bartizan turrets on the corners of the tower. The Moors were the North African people that immigrated north to Portugal in Spain in the 1200s, I believe, and brought that influence with them.
In 1755, there was a huge earthquake that killed between 10,000-30,000 people out of the 200,000 living in Lisbon. The earthquake was a 9 on the Richter Scale and was felt in Spain as well. It virtually destroyed ...