Places do Stay in Lisbon
Four Seasons Ritz Hotel
On Rua Castilho overlooking the Edward VII Park.
Next to the main square known as Marques de Pombal.
At the top of the main shopping street known as Avenida de Liberdade.
Olisippo Palace Hotel
An actual palace in Lapa converted in to a hotel.
Beautiful views, excellent and friendly service.
Accessible by Uber or Cab.
As the world’s first international luxury hotel brand, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts has been pioneering travel across the globe for more than 70 years.
Contemporary luxury and a peaceful location.
Rua Castilho, 149
Avenida Palace hotel
Opened in 1892
Adjacent to Restauradores metro station on Avenida de Liberdade
A short walk from historic Rossio Square.
Tivoli Avenida Liberdade
On the main tree lined avenue.
A minute’s walk from Avenida metro station.
Refined, high-end hotel which is 14 minutes’ walk from the historic Baixa district.
Bessa Liberdade Hotel
Sophistication, elegance and wellness…three elements that make this package ideal for our guests to celebrate a special moment with a special person. The romanticism of our city awaits.
Hotel Marques de Pombal
The Hotel Marques de Pombal is situated in the main avenue of the city of Lisbon, Avenida da Liberdade, with pedestrian access within few minutes to the historic district of downtown, a few meters away from public transport, and exceptional access to major city exits by road.
Hotel Santa Justa
The Santa Justa Hotel **** was born as one of the first boutique hotels of Lisbon downtown and it’s currently considered one of the best hotels of this area.
Many of the sights and shopping are within walking distance from this hotel. This would be my first choice.
Borges Chiado Hotel
Next door to the historic Café Brasileira, which is where the revolutionists, authors and poets would gather and discuss the politics of the day.
At the centre of Chiado and a 2 minute walk from the Luis Camoes square.
An independent kingdom since 1143, Portugal is one of the oldest nations in Europe.
The region was first inhabited by Neanderthals and later by Homo sapiens, however there weren’t any permanent settlements until the first millennium BC when the Pre-Celts and Celts dominated the landscape.
Metro networking diagram
Lisbon is networked by four metro lines. Therefore, everyone can get from one point to another in a few minutes.
Additionally, public transport offers buses, trams, boats, train, tuk-tuk, taxi, and ride-hailing apps.