SANA Lisboa Hotel
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To say Portugal is the forgotten country of Western Europe would be an understatement. From a purely touristic standpoint Portugal is not even in the top 10 in tourism in Europe (unlike its Iberian neighbor which is #2) and the main argument according to US News as to why you should visit Lisbon is "its affordability. You might pay a hefty sum to get here, but you'll pay far less (relative to other Western European capitals) on accommodations, meals and attractions". The thing is, I ...
Our next stop before lunch was at the National Palace of Ajuda. The most interesting room there was furnished entirely with pieces covered with porcelain decorations – very strange! On ...
After yesterday's breakfast, this mornings breakfast as part of the conference wasn't nearly as sumptuous - no Portuguese tarts or creme brûlée for breakfast. David did however manage to charm the lovely Christina into arranging our poached eggs and toast. The next 3 hours didn't fly buy, but we managed to get through the lectures. A quick lunch at a typical Portuguese cafe (where fitting people and tables and chairs ...
... in the early morning as it opens around 9am to beat the tourist rush and if during the week, any possible school trips too. Otherwise wait until later in the day around 4 to catch it, the view, and the neighborhood in twilight and then dinner with some Fado (local storytelling set to song). Note: Throughout Lisbon you will encounter signs all over the trams, metro, and on city walls reminding you the tourist to keep your guard up at all times and be wary of pickpockets. Lisbon is ...
... The tour finished and we gave the good men 15 euro for such a great tour.
We walked home as we didn’t know which tram would take us were and finally rested our toes. Our apartment was ready at this point; it was a lovely private apartment with a full kitchen, bathroom and laundry. It felt like home and we both decided we would much rather a home cooked meal tonight instead of eating out. We went to the butcher and managed to get a ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews SANA Lisboa Hotel Lisbon
The hotel is very nice. Clean, new, modern but a few quirks.
The Sana Lisboa is clean, the public areas are pleasant and there is a convenient Bureau De Change just behind the reception desk. The hotel bar, just behind the reception area is generally staffed by knowlegable and pleasant staff who delight in taking you on an odessey through the local ports and wines and a piano player who visits several nights per week is a pleasure to listen to after a night out in town.
A Good Hotel
Stayed here while attending a conference. Rooms are modern and well maintained. The quality of the food however was rather average and quite pricy especially given the very high quality at great prices you usually find in Lisbon. The location is good - most of Lisbon is within walking distance and the subway is very close by. The hotel ist located on a very busy street making the opening windows rather useless if your room is facing that side.
went to lisbon for new years and stayed here for 6 nights! impressed with the rooms and the hotel overall and would def reccomend it to anyone going to lisbon! great helpful staff and really clean and comfortable rooms...i was on the 8th floor so i had a great view from my room that overlooked alot of lisbon....great location, its bang in the middle and is about a 7 minute walk to the main square!!!
This hotel is suitable for business clients or tourists needing a base. The public areas are not conducive to spending time there in the evenings, not much in the way of ambience. There is some seating by the door opposite reception and a small bar at the back of the ground floor to the left of the lifts. The room we were offered on the 9th floor(after waiting from 2 'til 3pm) had a dreadful odour,. Our next room also on the 9th floor was clean and bright with a wonderful view of the major road works taking place at the front of the hotel and a very uncomfortable bed!!
We stayed at the Sana Lisboa Park for three nights and would definitely recommend this hotel. It is modern, stylish and comfortable and the views of the castle and sea from the ninth floor are great! The rooms were fitted to an extremely high standard and the bathroom was wonderful. The breakfasts were of an excellent standard, far superior to most continental hotels and the dining room very bright and spacious. There is a metro stop close by, but it is a pleasant stroll down to Rossio Square. Highly recommended!
Love the view!!
I stayed at Sana Park on August 2005 and I loved! The hotel is great, the room was very very confortable with a great view and the personal was nice. I would stay here again.
I've just returned from a three night stay at the Sana Lisboa Park Hotel and was very impressed. It's relatively new -- it only opened last year -- so is very contemporary. My room was bright and spacious, and was decorated very nicely in neutral colours with a wooden floor and a marble bathrooms with Grohe fittings.