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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.
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 Alif Avenidas

Hotel Alif Avenidas Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Alif Avenidas (formerly the Dom Manuel I Hotel) is a modern business hotel located across the street from Sao Sebastiao metro stop. It was completely renovated in late 2010, and it now features 64 decent-sized rooms (by Lisbon standards) with flat-screen TVs, comfortable beds, and empty mini-fridges. Decor is contemporary, and some rooms feature bright red accent walls -- but there’s a fee for Wi-Fi. The restaurant and bar are mediocre at best, but the breakfast buffet (not included in the standard rate) is decent, and there’s a small business center with two computers and a printer. In short, it’s a good pick for business travelers, but it’s worth comparing rates at nearby hotels before booking.
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 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.
Real Residencias

Real Residencias Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Real Residencias offers 24 apartment-style suites in a somewhat removed location near Eduardo VII Park. The hotel is within walking distance of the park and a museum, but is otherwise at least a 10-minute subway ride from Lisbon's main attractions. However, the Real Residencias offers a very good value, despite its location. All suites are large with separate living rooms and kitchens, equipped with cooking utensils, stovetops, microwaves, full refrigerators, and toasters. The decor is rustic-chic bordering on bland (picture plaid couches, white French country tables, blue tile accents), but they are clean and cheery, and have at least two flat-screen TVs. Rooms also offer Internet, but its wired, not wireless. The hotel has very few on-site amenities aside from its restaurant, but guests get access to the facilities at the nearby Real Palacio.
VIP Executive Madrid

VIP Executive Madrid Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The VIP Madrid has an excellent location, within walking distance of numerous sights, and on a slightly removed street that's quiet at night. But not much else is positive about this 86-room hotel. Sure, prices are low and the breakfast buffet is included in the rate, but the hotel is well past its prime. The lobby, with its marbled tiles and pale green, cushy arm chairs, is reminiscent of a tired office building. The rooms are even drabber, with little space, old tube TVs, and duvets in an unappealing yellow (the bathrooms, at least, are surprisingly spacious). Plus, many rooms have depressing views of decaying buildings. If you're traveling on a dime, the VIP Madrid is worth considering, but its sister hotel VIP Suites is a step above, as are some other budget hotels in the vicinity.
HF Fenix Urban

HF Fenix Urban Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 148-room HF Fenix Urban is a nice mid-range property in a quiet location a block from the Parque metro stop. The clean, modern rooms feel Ikea-esque (think: blonde wood, plush beds with crisp white duvets, white walls), and feature flat-screen TVs and stocked minibars. There’s little in the way if amenities, and the bar and restaurant are nothing special, but the hotel does offer free Wi-Fi and discounted passes to a nearby local gym. This is a good value pick for both business travelers and families -- some rooms feature bunk beds, sofa beds, and microwaves.


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