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Lisboa Almada Hotel

Almada, Lisbon, Portugal

4 Star Hotel


Located in Almada, Lisboa Almada Hotel is close to the Cristo Rei, Belem National Palace, and 25th of April Bridge. Additional points of interest near this hotel include Jeronimos Monastery, the Forum Almada and the famous Costa da Caparica beaches. The Hotel's Sushic Restaurant offers a creative sushi based menu, with a touch of fusion, available both for lunch and dinner.The Mood Food and Gin bar is open for drinks, for also gourmet light meals.

Room service is available during limited hours. This 4-star property has a 24-hour business center and offers small meeting rooms, secretarial services, and technology support staff. Free Wireless Internet access is available in public areas and in-room. Free indoor parking is also available

Hotel Facilities

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Air-Conditioned
  • Bar
  • Business
  • Car Hire
  • Car Park
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Meeting Room
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safe
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Wake Up
  • WiFi

Room Facilities

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Air-Conditioned
  • Bath
  • Desk
  • Hairdryer
  • Safe
  • Shaving Socket
  • Shower
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • Wake Up
  • WiFi

Property characteristics

  • Constructed in 2010

Local amenities

  • Lisbon International Airport 16,7 KM
  • Jeronimos Monastery - World Heritage Site 11 KM
  • Bus Stop 200 mts
  • Subway 200 mts
  • Railroad Station 1 KM
  • Beaches 6 KM
  • Cristo Rei Monument 950 mts

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8.4 Great (28 reviews)
  • Near the beach
    Yes (8)
    No (18)
  • Near to restaurants / entertainment
    Yes (13)
    No (13)
  • Suitable for families
    Yes (20)
    No (6)
  • Suitable for older people
    Yes (27)
    No (1)
  • Suitable for younger people
    Yes (27)
    No (0)
9.2 Magnificent
  • Bernadette from Oakeshott Avenue
  • United Kingdom
Beautiful hotel very chic. Staff very polite, helpful and accommodating of parents with young children. However the hotel also suits young trendy professionals. Restaurant staff were
Amaaazing. Location is a little off the beaten track- getting into Central Lisbon involved a tram and short ferry trip, but honestly it was a delight to come back to the hotel each night, worth the ferry trip ha ha

We were on A half-board tariff and there was one initial issue regarding cost of meals which in the end transpired into nothing. I had cheekily booked one room for 5 people (2
Adults 3 kids). The hotel resolved the over-accommodation issue by supplying us with 2 inter-connecting rooms. when we arrived at the hotel the concierge initially said 3 of us would get half board and the other two should pay because ... Well I don't really know why, I guess because we got this extra inter-connecting room for free and the restaurant didnt want to miss out on the revenue from that room I guess?? I dunno. Anyway I discussed it with several different hotel staff and they stuck to their guns. However when I spoke to the restaurant , they assured me there would be no charge . And in the end there wasn't. Worked out marvellously.

The restaurant by the way is amazing. It's sushi, but a lot of it is cooked seafood and cooked, I might say, impeccably ( I am not a raw fish kinda gal). Some of the half-board meals were a little hit-and-miss for me, but others were very delicious, and some were fantastic.

One more thing I will mention. Transport costs aren't cheap. U can apparently pay for travel either by the hour or per month. Makes life very tedious if u are trying to see the sights of Lisbon. A real drag. Also another thing. A lot of reviews mention an amusement park of sorts in Columbo/Colombo. Yeah that's gone, that's closed down. Cost us lots of money and aggro getting to Colombo to discover that. There are no amusement parks in Lisbon anymore.

Other than that, fabulous fab fab hotel, beautiful, pretty clean , awesome staff , lived every minute
8.5 Excellent
  • Glenda from Durham
  • United Kingdom
The staff were extremely efficient and helpful. The breakfast is excellent but dinner is very limited unless you want sushi or hamburger. Rooms were very clean and comfortable. Mini fridge but no tea/coffee facilities.
Real problem if traveling by car and using a satnav. The hotel address will put you 8 miles away. The address needs the word PRAGEL in front of Almada to find the hotel.
The location is really good to access Lisbon. Easy, efficient transport system will get you across the water. Really reccomend the ferry from Calcahais for a brilliant entry to the city. Only 1.70 each way. Lisbon card for 30 euros is only worth getting if u r there for more than 3 days a and remember museums etc are closed Mondays.
Top Tip: Palacio at rear of hotel is very good to eat.
9.0 Magnificent
  • Steven Christopher from Shotts
  • United Kingdom
The hotel is lovely, staff are very friendly and it is very well kept. It is near a large shopping centre, and the Christo Rei, which is a remarkable sight to see.
The only downfall is that it is almost an hour away from Lisbon if you're using public transport.
Top Tip: The Christo Rei statue is a must see, it looks over the full of Lisbon and gives great views on a clear day.
9.0 Magnificent
  • Ronnie from Armagh
  • United Kingdom
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5.0 Average
  • Yllena from London
  • United Kingdom
Very nice modern hotel, spacious and comfortable, very nice and helpful staff, buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner with yummy desserts, 2 computers in reception for non Wi-Fi guests, very clean. The surface Light Metro is 2 minutes down the road, one stop away from the train station for direct trains to Lisbon, a short journey only. The Metro also takes you in the opposite direction to the frequent ferries across the Tagus river to Lisbon.