Tivoli Lisboa

Address: Avenida da Liberdade 185, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1269 - 050, Portugal | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Coração de Jesus area of Lisbon, is near Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden, S-o Jorge, Cinemateca Portuguesa, and Select Shops.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Tivoli Lisboa Lisbon

    Nice spot

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    Rooms are ok if basic for 5* but the service is spot on and the breakfast excellent. The central location is hard to beat and the pool so relaxing for a central location. Go again for sure if only they could do something about those hills!

    What a disappointment

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    Having based our decision where to stay in Lisbon for an extended weekend on the many very positive reviews for this hotel in this forum we were quite disappointed by this hotel. It lacks any character or charme and cannot make up for that by anything else.

    Perhaps at some time in the past this hotel qualified for the 5 stars it is rated at, but certainly not anymore. Hotel staff was on several occasions neither friendly nor helpful. Nobody really seemed to bother whether their guests are happy or not. Our room was very standard. Typical layout and size, the bathroom needing renovation badly (cracks everywhere and very low water pressure). Breakfast was OK for fruit lovers. Anybody likes eggs, ham or sausages definitely has to look elsewhere.

    To sum it up we can say that Lisbon is definitely worth visiting or revisiting but we advise anybody willing to pay 5 star money to stay elsewhere.

    Amazing breakfast, great location, wonderful traditional hotel

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    We stayed at the hotel in late July 2004. The kind of big city hotel where everything is very proper and formal. The staff was very helpful as we were not familiar with Lisbon and helped us several times with directions and attractions. I'm a big fan of breakfast and the Sunday morning breakfast was spectacular. Everything you can imagine including champagne, served in a wonderful room looking out over the boulevard. It was very hot and finding a hotel in the heart of Lisbon with an outdoor pool with shade was a nice bonus. Our room was clean and comfortable. There are a number of attractions, restaurants and churches all within easy walking distance from the hotel.

    Faultless

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    After visiting the Grand Prix at Estoril (the two wheeled more exiting one) my wife and i decided to spend a few days in lisbon. The hotel Tivoli lisboa was our final choice. What a clever choice it was. Ok i know it is a five star but we found a junior suite for 120 on expedia in september.

    Location was ideal, ten mins by foot to the heart of things. Rooms where well presented and spotless. Staff very friendly, smartly dressed and well trained. It even had a moderate sized pool area again with bar and showers plus friendly staff.

    A return to lisbon would find me back at the Tivoli

    Will go there again

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    Booked this hotel over the internet for a very reasonable rate 2 days in advance of arrival. Arrived at 9.30 in the morning and could check into my room straight away. The management celebrated my birthday with complimentary champagne and cake in the room on the evening of my birthday! Nice business centre with free internet access. Great breakfast. Only hotel with pool in central Lisbon, I believe. Nice fish restaurants down the hill on the right.

    Great hotel, well-located

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    Very pleasant hotel - bright, clean, airy rooms; spacious lobby; courteous and friendly staff; attractive dining room with excellent buffet breakfast. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay there and would be happy to go back there again.

    A True Five Star Hotel

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    We started and ended our ten night Spain-Portugal trip at the Tivoli Lisboa. From the moment we stopped our car in the front, they took over -unloading our luggage, delivering it to our room, and checking us in without even a credit card imprint (the room was already paid).

    Breakfast was very good, especially the fresh fruit. Try the seafood restaurant a couple of blocks down the street (displaying lobsters, crabs, shrimp, etc) for a great dinner. The free high speed internet service was a real plus!

    Loved Lisboa

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    The Tivoli Lisboa Hotel exceeded my expectations, together with Lisboa in general. Nice hotel, good size room, friendly staff, great location & a superb buffet breakfast included. Avoid eating at the restaurant of the top floor. Fantastic view but a rip off.

    An old-fashion hotel

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    My hubby and I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in early July 2003.

    The hotel is a typical old-fashion hotel. Medium room size which needs some maintenance. It takes you about 10 minutes to walk to the shopping area at Rossio. Buffet breakfast is good. If you are looking for modern type of hotel, try next door's new NH Liberdade Hotel.

    Period piece

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    Large hotel with good amenities. Rooms a fair size for a european (me) but a little samll compared to US Hotels.

    Needs some room maintenance but staff helpful and friendly. Only dial up internet access in the rooms and 64kb in the office centre.

    Food is good but a little expensive, but this is true of most Lisbon hotels.

    Loads of different eating places around and sea food is a local speciality.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Tivoli Lisboa Lisbon

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    Week 5

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 12, 2014

    12 photos

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    Bloody Politics

    A travel blog entry by dememarie on May 20, 2014

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    The bus to Faro, roast pork and homework

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Oct 31, 2013

    3 comments, 53 photos

    ... a rustic stone dinning room with a large screen TV on and primary school age boy doing his homework with mom and grandpa watching the news. Mom goes to the kitchen when we arrive since we assume she is cooking for us. We are the lone guests. Eldest son, maybe 17 years old, serves us. In a place like this the plat du jour is the best bet with a piche of vinho tinto. Homemade olives, soft cheese and bread to start, followed by roast pork, fried potatoes, and ...

    Day 10 - Arrived in Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by csalas98 on Jun 21, 2013

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    This morning I took a flight from Madrid to Lisbon. The flight was about 1 hour. I took an airline called TAP. It is the Airline of Portugal. During this small flight, they manage to serve us a cold meal. The flight was short and it was full of Rotarians from all over the world. It was great to meet ...

    The Most Underrated Country In The World

    A travel blog entry by danikanewlee on Feb 10, 2013

    7 photos

    ... arrived in Lisbon.

    To save you all of the less-important details, I'm gonna make a list (or four) about this adventure, because bullet points are more fun. For me.

    Things We Did, Night 1

    • Wandered the streets of Lisbon.
    • Inexplicably decided we had to eat Italian food. In Portugal. Okay.
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    Traveler Photos Tivoli Lisboa Lisbon

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