SANA Rex Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of SANA Rex Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews SANA Rex Hotel Lisbon
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
Our last day in Europe today. Tomorrow we fly home via London, so this is the final blog.
We spent virtually the entire day in Belem, about 3 miles west of downtown Lisbon – "a stately pincushion of important sights from Portugal's Golden Age" (That was about 500 years ago when their prowess of the sea and the resultant trading turned Portugal into Europe’s richest power.)
First stop was ...
... 1974, personal freedoms are now of utmost importance to the Portuguese. One can immediately sense the laidback lifestyle of the Portuguese, free of inhibitions and rules, upon walking through the rolling streets. Years of intense censorship and heavy-handed punishments seem to have produced in the people of Portugal a strong desire to be free of anything that even hints at a restraint ...
... difficult by Ryan Air's ridiculous baggage restrictions and a 50 Euro charge for my slightly overweight (20 lb) bag. I had no other choice, but to accept the overpriced rip off and learn for next time.
After arriving on Wednesday, checking in and eating a delicious Tapas dinner, we learned the weather was going to be close to 80 degrees the next day and we all agreed a trip to the beach was a must. Instead of doing a walking tour, as we had originally ...
A flight from Barcelona to Lisbon started the most unconventional Christmas I've had so far. Lisbon is a beautiful city but I can't say it was very welcoming when we landed. We started out with a storm unlike any I've seen, with crazy winds combined with a torrential downpour. Thankfully our plane landed and so did Steve and Amber's. The family reunited at the airport and made our way to an amazing apartment. Three bedrooms, ...
... were so many buildings with tiles covering the exterior walls, they are there to help reflect the light, it contributes to making Lisbon one of the sunniest cities in Europe. Something else we learnt on the tour was that every year the city of Lisbon chooses 20 couples from very poor families to get married. All the wedding costs including dresses, food, homes and honeymoons are paid for. The idea is that it will change their lives and try stop ...