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Altis Belem Hotel & Spa

Altis Belem Hotel & Spa Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Altis Belem Hotel & Spa is a 50-room boutique in Belem, a residential neighborhood on the Tagus River. Belem is slightly removed from the city center, but has several of its own attractions, as well as gorgeous marina views and lovely restaurants lining the river. The hotel's rooms are sexy and spacious, with white decor accented by green rugs and unusual wall murals. Marble bathrooms are open -- with little privacy -- and some have inviting soaking tubs. Some rooms also have balconies with marina views and private whirlpools. Despite its small size, this hotel has many amenities, including a spa, a big indoor pool, a fitness center, and a Michelin-rated restaurant. Guests that want to be within walking distance of more attractions might consider the Altis Avenida, also a boutique hotel, with modern rooms in the city center.
Olissippo Lapa Palace

Olissippo Lapa Palace Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Housed in a 19th century palace in a quiet, upscale neighborhood, the Olissippo Lapa Palace is one of the most iconic luxury hotels in Lisbon. It is known among well-heeled couples and business travelers for its excellent service, upscale amenities, and elegant rooms with modern conveniences. It boasts a wonderful spa, a lovely outdoor pool, fine and casual dining options (all pretty pricey), and classic decor throughout. But there’s a pesky fee for Wi-Fi, and the location is a little secluded, with only tram 25 and a couple of buses running nearby.
Sheraton Lisboa Hotel & Spa

Sheraton Lisboa Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 369-room Sheraton Lisboa is an upscale chain hotel just outside the city center, near two metro lines and the airport bus stop. Elegant rooms are fairly spacious and modern, with stylish furnishings, Bang & Olufsen flat-screen TVs, and signature mattresses. Sleek bathrooms have glass walls, and while they do have blinds, guests complain about lack of privacy. The property boasts wonderful dining options (both casual and formal), stunning city views, a full-service business center, and an upscale spa. But guests may feel nickel-and-dimed due to pesky fees for everything from Wi-Fi to pool access.
NH Campo Grande

NH Campo Grande Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The NH Campo is a mid-range hotel located conveniently close to the airport -- but not much else. Guests enter the hotel through the bright lobby, which, though simple, is an attractive space with red furniture and sepia-toned artwork. The lobby bar has a similar, contemporary vibe, but the room decor is less impressive. Though rooms are large -- and most feature sizable flat-screen TVs -- the decor scheme of whites and light woods is bland. Bathrooms are similarly basic. Families and groups on a budget will appreciate the wallet-friendly family rooms, and a small fitness center and a restaurant and bar are additional perks. But a fee for Wi-Fi and the hotel's distance from the city center can detract from its value for those in Lisbon on leisure.
Altis Suites

Altis Suites Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Altis Suites is located right next to the Altis Hotel, and its 42 suites are a good option for families or travelers on extended stays. These mid-range suites are spacious, but dated, with coral-colored bathrooms and furniture that's showing light wear and tear. However, all suites have kitchenettes -- with stovetops, microwaves, and mini-fridges -- living rooms, and flat-screen TVs. Guests staying in the suites have access to the amenities of the Altis Hotel next door including the health club and restaurant. There is 24-hour room service, and free airport shuttle service can be arranged in advance.
Tivoli Oriente

Tivoli Oriente Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located right by the former Expo site and a short drive from the airport, the Tivoli Oriente is a great pick for business travelers, or any travelers with early flights. While it is far from tourist attractions, it’s next door to the Gare do Oriente, a major transportation hub with access to the metro, trains, buses and taxis, providing easy access to the city center. All but the Classic Rooms have been renovated, and feature contemporary decor with bright pops of color, clean, red-lacquered bathrooms, and modern amenities, such as iHome docks, Nespresso machines, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Business-oriented conveniences include a business center, meeting rooms, and a solid fitness center. There’s a restaurant and a bar on-site, but numerous other restaurants, as well as shops and a casino, are within walking distance.
Hotel da Estrela

Hotel da Estrela Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 19-room Hotel da Estrela is a stylish, quirky boutique in a quiet residential area a little out of the way of major attractions. The building was once a school, and the fun decor reflects that history (think: chalkboards, desks and shelves with school material). Rooms are spacious, bright and modern, with minibars, flat-screen TVs, and plush beds, plus upscale bathrooms with deep Japanese-style tubs and Castelbel toiletries. There’s a business center in the lounge, an honesty bar, and a pleasant garden, but the highlight here is the wonderful on-site cantina, in which patrons rate the food made by student cooks and pay what they feel is a fair price. But Wi-Fi is only free in the common areas (there’s free wired Internet in the rooms), and its location is not the most convenient for exploring the city on foot.
Tivoli Lisboa

Tivoli Lisboa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 306-room is an attractive, upscale hotel in a great location just off of Avenida da Liberdade's bustling sidewalks. The hotel lacks a spa, but has all of the other amenities of a luxury property -- a pool, a fitness center, and two gourmet restaurants. The lobby makes a welcoming and luxurious first impression: It's surrounded by marble columns on all sides and features colorful velvet furniture and various sculptures. Rooms are stylish and contemporary, with plush beds, velvet accent chairs, and floor-to-ceiling photos of the city -- as well as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and coffeemakers. Another great highlight are the hotel's views -- guests can enjoy sweeping views of the city, especially from the terrace bar and restaurant. It will cost you a pretty penny, but the Tivoli Lisboa is a great option for both location and style in Lisbon.
Heritage Av Liberdade

Heritage Av Liberdade Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 40-room hotel housed in an 18th-century building on bustling Avenida da Liberdade mixes modern decor with restored historic touches. (Most of the ironwork is original, as is the wooden front door.) The predominant look is sleek and contemporary. While the room decor isn't quite luxurious, it's certainly attractive, with warm chocolate and beige tones, pops of pattern, wood floors, and sepia-toned photographs. The reading lights attached to the headboards are a convenient detail. Many rooms have Juliette balconies looking out onto the tree-lined street, reminding guests of the hotel's fabulous location; numerous major sights -- as well as popular neighborhoods -- are within walking distance.
Chiado 16

Chiado 16 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 11-room Chiado 16 is a stylish, upscale hotel with a combination of rooms and apartment-like suites in a renovated 17th century building. Many of the chic, bright rooms have gigantic, luxurious bathrooms, all with ultra-modern fixtures and surfaces as well as bathrobes and iPod docks. Situated in the old part of town, in the neighborhood of Baixa, the property is set up a hill and enjoys spectacular views of the bay as well as over the rooftops of downtown. There are a plethora of small shops and restaurants in the immediate area. Wi-Fi is free and there is a charming breakfast room on-site.


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