SANA Malhoa Hotel

Address: Avenida Jose Malhoa, 8, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1099-089, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
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      Historical Traveler Reviews SANA Malhoa Hotel Lisbon

      Good value

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      Modern, clean and spacious. Staff was friendly and helpful. The only drawback is the location: it is a good 20 min walk downhill to Marques de Pombal, where most hotels are located. However this should not put you off as there are two metro stations nearby, as well as sete rios train station, where trains to Sintra depart from. Also any taxi drive from/to city centre will be around 5 euros. I would recommend this hotel.

      Liebte das Sana Malhoa Park

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      Ich war in Lissabon um meinen Geburtstag zu feiern und so übernachtete ichc im Sana Malhoa Park und es gefiel mir sehr gut. Das Hotel ist klasse, die Zimmer waren sehr sauber und einladend. Sonst gibt es nichts zu sagen, ich kann dieses Hotel nur empfehlen. Es ist in Ordnung.

      Sehr schönes Hotel

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      Wir verbrachten im Juni fünf Tage im Sana Malhoa. Das Zimmer war sehr sauber und bequem. Das Frühstück war ausgezeichnet. Für die 5 Tage zahlten wir 345 Euro (einschl. Frühstück). Wir würden auf jeden Fall wiederkommen.

      Wonderful, unbelievable !

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      My wife and I stayed at the hotel for 4 nights in July. Location is wonderful - 10 minutes walk from Sete Rios (train trip to Sintra), 5 minutes walk to Spain square (bus hub), 20 minute walk to Entrecampos train station (to Faro). Wonderful living room and bathroom, excellent breakfast (included), friendly & willing to help personnel - I woul call the hotel perfect, and worth every cent !

      Very nice hotel

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      we stayed in Sana Malhoa for 5 nights in june. the room was very clean and comfortable. the breakfast was excellent. we payed 345 eur for 5 nights for two people (brakfast including). we would definately stay here again!

      Great hotel

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      We stayed in this Hotel over the Easter long weekend and could not have been happier with the place. The hotel is situated only a short drive to the airport and about a 5 min walk to the nearest metro station, being only a few stops away from the main part of the city. The room was decent sized, very clean and the decor was lovely and modern. The bed was extremely comfortable and the television had a few channels in English which was great. The bathroom was lovely as well and the shower is one of the best showers I have ever used! We payed €210 for three nights for two people including breakfast which we thought was a steal. The breakfast had a lot of variety and would satisfy all types of people. There was an array of fruit, cereals, cold meats, pastries, bread rolls and juices. They also had scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages, fried mushrooms, pancakes and grilled tomatoes. Tea, coffee and jams as well of course. The staff were very helpful and courteous throughout our stay and we felt we were very well looked after. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anybody and everybody!

      Loved the Sana Malhoa Pak

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      I visited lisbon to celebrate my birthday, so i´ve stayed on the Sana Malhoa Park and i loved .

      The hotel is Great, the room were very clean and worm.

      So nothing else to say, i recomment this hotel. ok

      TripAdvisor Reviews SANA Malhoa Hotel Lisbon

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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