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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.
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.
NH Liberdade

NH Liberdade Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 83-room NH Liberdade is a solid option with a great location right on bustling Avenida da Liberdade. Spacious rooms are a decent value, and feature attractive, modern decor with nice touches such as patterned throws, striped curtains, sleek furniture, large flat-screen TVs, and wet bars. The restaurant and bars are simple but nice, and most room rates include a cold breakfast buffet (with hot items on request). There's a seasonal pool, but oddly, no fitness center. All in all, it's a stylish four-pearl choice.
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.
Hotel Real Parque

Hotel Real Parque Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 153-room Hotel Real Parque is a mid-range hotel a bit outside of the bustling center of Lisbon -- but still within walking distance of several sights, as well as the metro station. There is nothing special about the rooms here; they are spacious, and some have large balconies with sweeping views of the city, but the decor is dated (picture old tube TVs, hard beds with floral runners, and tired, striped curtains). And the hotel doesn't offer much in the way of on-site amenities, aside from the dining options: There is a nice restaurant, as well as a bar, attractive coffee shop with an extensive menu, and a convenience mart with magazines and cigarettes. The hotel also offers 24-hour room service and free breakfast. Rates are cheap, but guests may consider comparing prices with the nearby sister hotel, Hotel Real Palacio, which has a bit more charm, as well as its own health club.
VIP Executive Saldanha

VIP Executive Saldanha Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 54-room VIP Executive is a mid-range hotel about equidistant from both the airport and the central tourist area of Lisbon. The rooms are average size and feature contemporary, chain-like decor: wood floors, IKEA-like furniture, and gold and red accents. Frosted sliding doors lead to the small bathrooms; families may desire more privacy. While the hotel has few on-site amenities (no spa, fitness center, or full restaurant), it does have cheery public spaces, an inexpensive breakfast buffet, and free Wi-Fi. All in all, it's a solid value.
Turim Iberia

Turim Iberia Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Turim Iberia is far from most major attractions, but it’s around the corner from Campo Pequeno metro stop, and offers good value for money. It is a typical small chain hotel, with few on-site amenities -- there's not much more than a business center and an adequate restaurant. The clean, quiet rooms have understated contemporary decor in shades of gray and beige, and feature flat-screen TVs, minibars, and double glazed windows. Perks such as free Wi-Fi, a decent breakfast included in the nightly rate, and proximity to public transport add to the value.
Turim Europa Hotel

Turim Europa Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 100-room Turim Europa is a reliable mid-range chain hotel in Lisbon. Though it is not in the located in the most central part of the city, it's within walking distance of bustling Avenida da Liberdade, as well as a park and several restaurants. Some even prefer this hotel's quieter location. The rooms have contemporary decor (striped curtains, small flat-screen TVs, IKEA-esque furniture) but it's a bit bland; however, unlike many similar hotels in Lisbon, the Turim Europa does have a small fitness center with two cardio machines and weights. The hotel lacks a full restaurant and a full spa (in-room massages are available), and Wi-Fi comes at an additional fee, but a free daily breakfast buffet adds value to this simple, but solid, hotel.
Turim Lisboa Hotel

Turim Lisboa Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Turim Lisboa is a budget-friendly option in Sao Sebastiao da Pedreira, a quiet, residential area just north of Lisbon's main action. Everything about the hotel is simple, but quaint. The spacious rooms are plainly decorated, featuring red-and-gold comforters and matching curtains, small tube TVs, and simple wooden furniture; all rooms have kitchenettes with stovetops, wet bars, and mini-fridges. Twin Rooms have two twin beds pushed together (common in mid-range hotels in Lisbon), and some rooms have one twin bed and a double bed close together, which may appeal to families with small children. There are few on-site amenities (no fitness center), but there is an on-site restaurant serving a standard breakfast buffet as well as lunch and dinner (note that it is closed on Sundays). The Turim Lisboa may not stand out from other mid-range hotels in the area, but it does offer a good value with discounted gym passes and free Wi-Fi.


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