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Quite a few new hotels have recently opened their doors in Lisbon. Centrally located, there are boutique and new luxury hotels as well as affordable quality accommodations to consider for 2020.
If you’re looking for a quiet place to recharge batteries while visiting Lisbon, see our recommendations for peaceful but centrally located hotels around the busy Marquês de Pombal roundabout, just outside the old town.
Belém is a good area to stay if you want to be near monuments, lush gardens and the River Tejo. It’s also quieter and less crowded than the city centre, but with easy access to public transport.
Parque das Nações represents the modern Lisbon, and is a great neighbourhood for those seeking quiet surroundings and outdoor activities. From budget to five-star hotels, here’s a selection for an unforgettable stay.
Fall asleep checking Lisbon’s rooftops, admiring the Tejo, and listening to Fado. For an unforgettable stay, choose one of the best hotels in the middle of the old Alfama with the perfect river view.
Enjoy the warmer temperatures of the Algarve this autumn and spend the night in a 4-star hotel for a bargain price of only €40 (€20 per person).
Travelling to Lisbon on a budget? Check out some of the best hotel deals in the Portuguese capital from €50 (double room) with breakfast.
Just minutes away from Lisbon’s biggest tourist hotspots, find four hostels that are among the best in backpacker accommodation, according to booking site Hostelworld.com.
There are plenty of Lisbon hotels to dazzle that special someone whatever the occasion. For a romantic weekend or Valentine’s Day, here’s a selection of ten of the best romantic hotels in Lisbon, Sintra and Cascais.
To celebrate in style the New Year’s Eve break in Portugal, there are plenty of good hotel deals in Lisbon, Porto and Algarve, from hostels, budget and boutique hotels to luxury hotels.
Cascais is a coastal town with several seafront hotels, just half an hour from Lisbon. For an unforgettable stay, choose one of the best hotels near the beach offering views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Here are some of the best hotels for Lisbon New Year’s Eve fireworks. These hotels have prime locations, and some rooms offer incredible views over Lisbon and the River Tejo.
Discover Lisbon’s neighbourhoods and some of the best hotels to stay in Lisbon. Use this guide to decide where to stay based on three top criteria: price, quality and location.