Tivoli Oriente Hotel

Address: Avenue D. Joao II, N.º 27, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1990-083, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Santa Maria dos Olivais area of Lisbon, is near Trams & Funiculars, Vasco da Gama Shopping Center, Estacao do Oriente, and Vasco da Gama Tower.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Tivoli Oriente Hotel Lisbon

      Moderne et pratique

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      Nous avons passé 3 nuits dans cet hôtel en août 2006 pendant un voyage organisé au Portugal. L'hôtel est dans le nouveau centre commercial de Lisbonne (à l'écart du centre-ville historique), adjacent au Parc des Nations (site de l'Exposition de 1998) et avec le fascinant Oceanarium de Lisbonne à 500 mètres environ. Le nouveau Casino de Lisbonne est aussi dans les parages et le centre commercial Vasco de Gama est juste en face de l'hôtel.

      L'hôtel est proche de l'aéroport. Il y a une station de train et de métro près de l'hôtel ce qui permet l'accès facile au centre-ville (mais vous devez changer de lignes et de quais pour aller à la plage Rossio). Il y a aussi une aire de taxis devant le centre commercial, ce qui est pratique si vous ne voulez pas prendre le métro.

      Le bâtiment de l'hôtel est moderne et les chambres sont propres et assez grandes. La vue des plus hauts étages est excellente, si les fenêtres font face à la rivière et au pont Vasco de Gama. Le petit déjeuner était bon et varié. Le personnel était sympa et serviable.

      Bref, choisissez cet hôtel si cela ne vous dérange pas d'être loin du centre-ville.

      Belle vue

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      Un bel hôtel. Nous étions très contents ce jour-là lorsque nous avons ouvert la fenêtre et vu la mer et le soleil. Les gens là-bas étaient polis et aimables.

      L'hôtel est bien situé. Il y a un centre commercial près de l'hôtel et on peut facilement aller au centre-ville car il y a un arrêt de métro juste dans le centre commercial.

      Jusqu'à maintenant, c'est le seul hôtel dont nous n'ayons pas à nous plaindre en Europe de l'Ouest.

      Bon voyage.

      Modern and convenient

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      We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in August 2006 during a package tour of Portugal.

      The hotel is in the new commercial center of Lisbon (away from the historic city center), adjacent to the Park of Nations (the Expo 98 site), with the fascinating Lisbon Oceanarium about 500 meters away. The new Lisbon Casion is also nearby and the Vasco da Gama shopping center is just across the street.

      The hotel is close to the airport. Next to the hotel is a train and metro station offering convenient access to the city center (though you do have to change lines and switch platforms in order to get to Rossio square). There is also a taxi rank outside the shopping center, which is also convenient if you do not want to take the metro.

      The hotel is a modern building and the rooms are clean and fairly sized. The view from the higher floors is excellent, provided the windows face the river and the Vasco da Gama bridge.

      Breakfast was fine with great variety and the staff was friendly and helpful.

      Overall, the hotel is a good choice if you don't mind being away from the city center.

      Gewöhnlich, langweilig, nahe am Flughafen

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      Wir sind ein schwules Paar und wir haben hier unsere letzte Nacht in Portugal verbracht. Wir hatten das Hotel ausgewählt, weil es so nahe am Flughafen lag (5 Minuten) und wegen der Kosten (100 Euro). Es ist ein recht gewöhnliches Hotel. Man fühlt sich wie in jedem Marriott auf der Welt. Das Zimmer war ganz normal, nichts Besonderes. Es liegt nach des Expo-Geländes und des Oceanariums (das super war). Wir haben im Restaurant im obersten Stock gegessen und hatten eine wunderbare Mahlzeit mit einer herrlichen Aussicht. Ein schönes Hotel, wenn man früh zum Flughafen muss und man nahe des Flughafens oder des Expo-Geländes übernachten will. Wenn Sie Sachen im Zentrum unternehmen wollen (Alfama/Barrio Alto usw), dann suchen Sie sich etwas anderes.

      Komfortables Hotel

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      Das Tivoli Tejo liegt im Geschäftsviertel, gegenüber der Straße nach Parques das Nacoes (Gelände der Expo 1998). Es ist ein komfortables Hotel - ein wenig schlicht und langweilig - aber alles dort ist sehr ordentlich. Unser Zimmer war komfortabel, hatte eine schöne Größe und alles was wir brauchten. Beim Frühstück gab es reichlich Auswahl - heiße und kalte Speisen sowie Obst und anständigen Kaffee. Das Hotel ist von Straßen umzingelt, hat aber Doppelverglasung und man kann wirklich nur ab und zu ein Rauschen der Autos hören. Fragen Sie aber trotzdem nach einem höhergelegenen Zimmer! In Parques Das Nacoes kann man viel unternehmen, vor allem mit Kindern. Dort gibt es das Oceanarium und es ist fantastisch. Es ist das größte seiner Art in Europa und man kann dort selbst Seeotter, Papageientaucher und Pinguine sehen. Mit einer Bahn kann man sich den Park ansehen und vom Hotel braucht man zu Fuß ca. 35 bis 40 Minuten bis zur Vasco da Gama Brücke (großer Skatepark dort). Wir haben auch das Vasco da Gama Einkaufszentrum besucht, fanden die Geschäfte dort aber nicht so toll - nicht außergewöhnliches dort. Viele Läden, die aber alle das gleiche verkaufen (C&A und so). Dort gibt es auch viele Restaurants wie Pizza Hut, Haagen Daz usw und auch ein Kino. Oriente Station ist beeindruckend und wir sind mit der Metro in die Innenstadt Lissabons gefahren - alles ganz einfach und günstig.

      Nice view

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      a nice one, we were very happy that day when we opened the window and saw the sea and sunshine outside. guys there were polite and gentle.

      it has a good location, there's a shopping mall next to the hotel, and u can go to the centre of the city easily because the metro station is just inside the mall.

      so far, it's the only hotel which we have had no complains about in western europe

      bon voyage

      Comfortable hotel

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      The Tivoli Tejo is in the business district directly across road from Parques das Nacoes (World Expo 1998 site). It is a comfortable hotel - a bit bland and dull looking - but is well maintained. Our bedroom was comfortable, fairly sized and had what we needed. NO tea/coffee making facilities but 24 hour room service.

      Breakfast in the morning had plenty of choice - hot and cold as well as fruit and decent coffee.

      The hotel is surrounded by roads but is double glazed and although one can hear rumble of traffic it is not too bad. Ask for a higher room though!

      Parques Das Nacoes has a wealth of things to do - especially for children. The Oceanarium is located here and is fantastic - it is the largest of its kind in Europe and even as sea otters and puffins as well as penguins.

      You can ride the cable car round the Parque and from the hotel it is roughly a 35/40 min walk to the Vasco da Gama Bridge (big skatepark here).

      We visited Vasco da Gama shopping centre but found shops pretty disappointing - nothing unusual here. Various shops selling similar items incl. C&A and Accessorize. There are many restaurants such as Pizza Hut, Haagen Das etc on top floor as well as a cinema.

      The Oriente Station is impressive and we took the metro into central Lisbon - all very easy and cheap.

      Generic, Bland, Close to Airport

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      Gay couple who stayed here our last night in Portugal. We picked the hotel for its proximity to the airport (5 minutes ride), and for the cost (100e). Its a fairly generic hotel...you could be in any marriott anywhere in the world.

      The room was pretty standard, nothing special. It is close to the 'expo' area and the oceanarium (which was pretty terrific). We ate at the restaurant on the top floor and had an actually wonderful meal with terrific service.

      A fine hotel if you have an early flight and want to be close to the airport or the expo center. If you want to be doing a lot of this in the center (alfama/barrio alto, etc), stay somewhere else.

      Very nice

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      Nice hotel. Right across the street from the Vasco de Gama shopping center, Oriente Station, and Parque das Nacoes. Very convenient location.

      Rooms are nice, clean, and are fairly spacious. Staff was courteous. Breakfast and dinner (on the rooftop) were excellent.

      Would definitely stay there again.

      Lovely hotel next to the shopping centre and expo park

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      We usually go to Lisbon 7 or 8 times a year for shopping and we always stay at the Tivoli Tejo because it is close to the bridge and easy to get to as well as being a very nice hotel, clean and confortable with reasonable prices.

      The breakfast is excellent and the staff very helpful.

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