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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.
Tiara Park Atlantic Lisboa

Tiara Park Atlantic Lisboa Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Tiara Park Atlantic is arguably one of the best value hotels in Lisbon. While it might not quite live up to its advertised 5-star status, it certainly is luxurious, and often has better rates than comparable properties. Most of the sophisticated rooms are decorated in a color scheme of silver, gold, and red -- silver wallpaper, rich red woods and accent pillows, and pale gold chairs or couches. They come with all the modern amenities expected of an upscale hotel, including flat-screen TVs, well-stocked minibars, and free Wi-Fi; most boast impressive city and river views from wall-to-wall windows. Rooms also feature Nespresso one-cup coffee machines and free coffee capsules, as well as Hermes toiletries. There’s a nice restaurant serving traditional Portuguese cuisine with a modern twist, and a bar with Hindu decor and comfy seating. Its location, across from Eduardo VII Park, and near the metro and the tourist bus, makes it a great pick for business and for leisure travelers alike.
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.
Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon

Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Few Lisbon hotels can compare to the Four Seasons. In addition to the top-notch service the brand is known for, the hotel goes above and beyond with its amenities; it features a stylish indoor pool, an impressive fitness center with an outdoor running track, a luxurious spa, and great family-friendly perks. Large rooms have classic decor (think: 18th century replica furnishings and rich fabrics), as well as furnished terraces, flat-screen TVs, stocked minibars, and marble bathrooms. Some may find the style staid rather than elegant, however. Also, there’s a fee for Wi-Fi, and few major sights can be reached on foot.
Hotel Real Palacio

Hotel Real Palacio Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 147-room Hotel Real Palacio feels like two separate hotels. Though all guests can enjoy the elegant lobby, which features antique furniture, classic artwork, and lots of natural sunlight from the windows framed with floral curtains, only 12 guests can stay in the Palace rooms, housed in the 17th-century palace. These rooms, though not ultra-luxurious, are decorated in a Rococo style reminiscent of when the palace was built; they feature canopied beds and rich curtains in pastel colors. But all other guests stay in rooms in the main building, which lack the historic look and feel. Instead, they have blonde, IKEA-like furniture and beds accented with striped red runners. All guests have access to the hotel's many amenities, which include two restaurants (one with a free breakfast buffet) and a health club outfitted with a fitness room, a Turkish bath, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, and one treatment room (which offers limited spa services). But the location is somewhat removed from the action.
Hotel Florida

Hotel Florida Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Florida is a historic boutique with a cool retro vibe throughout. Rooms feature fun, quirky decor (such as framed movie posters and green, geometric prints); plush beds with crisp white linens; electric kettles; flat-screen TVs; and mini-fridges. Family rooms are great for families and groups, as they offer a little more space and a third bed. Bathrooms still have generic Best Western style (the hotel used to be owned by the international chain until it was bought by Sterling Design), but feature Saboaria Portugueza toiletries, and are generally very clean. Property highlights include a pleasant winter garden with comfy couches, a full-service business center with an area for kids to play while parents use the computers, and a small bar. The restaurant attached to the hotel is a popular spot serving up international and Portuguese cuisine.
Turim Av Liberdade Hotel

Turim Av Liberdade Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 100-room Turim Av Liberdade is a four-pearl hotel in a central location, just off of the lively Avenida da Liberdade (as the name suggests), which is lined by restaurants and shops. The hotel has few on-site amenities (no fitness center or spa), but several freebies are available, such as free Wi-Fi and a free basic breakfast. The rooms are the highlight, with sleek, masculine design (picture shades of brown and grey, in keeping with the decor of the rest of the hotel), as well as sexy peek-a-boo bathrooms with glass walls and funky fixtures. (A shade provides additional privacy.) It's worth comparing rates with the many nearby hotels, but for those who don't mind sacrificing amenities, this is a solid, modern hotel pick.
LX Boutique Hotel

LX Boutique Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 45-room LX is a cool boutique option often offering reasonable rates. It's located just south of Bairro Alto, within walking distance of the Tagus river and some major attractions. The hotel is known for its funky design; the hip sushi restaurant features bright furniture, rugs, and patterned wallpaper, and each floor of guest rooms has a different theme based on a neighborhood, place, or person in Lisbon history. They actually don't vary much aside from the themed wall murals, and all are impressive. With baby blue walls, plush bedding, upscale furniture, and small flat-screen TVs, the rooms feel cozy and high-end. Probably the coolest "funky" feature of the hotel is the graffiti-like mural on parts of the building that can be seen from some rooms. But the hotel does not have a fitness center or spa, and families may not love the frosted glass walls of the bathrooms.
Neya Lisboa Hotel

Neya Lisboa Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale, environmentally-friendly Neya Lisboa Hotel is in a quiet neighborhood outside Lisbon's city center. Its 76 rooms are contemporary and stylish, and five are earth-themed suites, with mountain, country, and beach motifs. The Neya Lisboa has a small posh bar and a restaurant on-site, and is a short walk to two metro lines, and a 20-minute commute to the airport via public bus. The free breakfast has solid selection, and there's an attractive day spa on the premises as well as a tiny fitness center with three machines. For those looking for a quirkier spot close to a metro line in a more central location, the Hotel Florida is another option.


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