Princesa Hotel & Tea

Address: Rua Gomes Freire 130, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-180, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pena area of Lisbon, is near The 25th of April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril), S-o Jorge, Rua da Se, and Casa Diana.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPrincesa Hotel & Tea Lisbon

    Reviewed by elohim


    Reviewed Apr 1, 2011
    by (3 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    As any other place you don't get much value for your money in Lisbon. Rooms are clean. No aircon. Low-budget breakfast. Very frequented by traveling families and Americans was my feeling. We had a misunderstanding about whether the room had been paid (we were demanded advance payment upon arrival). The argments finally costed us more than an hour simply because staff couldn't operate the computer (and used time extensively to complain about it towards us).

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Princesa Hotel & Tea Lisbon

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