Lisbon Marriott Hotel
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Located on a tree lined avenue in suburban Lisbon, the Lisbon Marriott Hotel also offers easy access to the city centre and the airport. Lisbon Zoo is a short walk from the hotel and there are nearby transport links to connect you to central Lisbon’s sights and attractions.
Rooms at The Lisbon Marriott Hotel are spacious and modern with a touch of traditional Portuguese décor. Most rooms offer views of the hotel gardens or the Lisbon skyline via floor to ceiling windows. Rooms are air conditioned and soundproofed for comfort and also feature flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and in-room safes.
The Citrus Bar & Restaurant serves Portuguese specialties and international dishes in a welcoming and causal environment. Breakfast is also served in the Citrus restaurant. The Tapas & Tiles Bar offers lite bites and traditional Mediterranean tapas. After a busy day taking in Lisbon’s attractions, relax on the terrace overlooking the hotel gardens with a drink from the Lobby Bar.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Lisbon Portela Airport
- Distance: 6.7 kilometres
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Lisbon Portela Airport Distance: 6.7 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2300 reviews
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Marrriott quality in a great city .. but be aware of location
Stay Date: 10/2017, BSBAz wrote this review.
We stayed two nights here after 10 days touring Portugal and two days at a tourist hotel near Praca do Comercio. Our room, an upgrade for Elite membership, was spacious, comfortable and quiet. The room had a hot pot for tea or coffee. The Executive … See more
We stayed two nights here after 10 days touring Portugal and two days at a tourist hotel near Praca do Comercio. Our room, an upgrade for Elite membership, was spacious, comfortable and quiet. The room had a hot pot for tea or coffee. The Executive Club is small but comfortable, and serves decent breakfasts, snacks, and even light dinners -- with two pleasant staff members. The front desk staff and concierge are helpful. If you are a tourist and have a car or are happy taking a taxi for 5-10 Euros to the tourist areas and restaurants, the Marriott is a great place to stay and just 20 minutes to the airport. But ... if you want to wander out the hotel door into old Lisbon and its churches, plazas, streetcars, narrow picturesque streets and many restaurants, you're in the wrong place. So consult a map before booking. That said, I'm a walker, and I'd already stayed in the tourist area, so I enjoyed walking from the Marriott about 3 miles through residential areas, past restaurants, shopping and statues, to Praca da Figueira to catch the 12E streetcar to the castle. After a day wandering and picture taking, I took the Metro back to the zoo stop and walked about 15 minutes to the hotel. Ask the concierge for directions before you leave the hotel. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, Sandi112 wrote this review.
Somewhat out of the way - so if looking for a convenient location - this is not it. The walk to the nearest metro station (by the Zoo on the blue line) takes about 15 minutes but once on the metro - you can be in center town at Rossio in 10 minutes -… See more
Somewhat out of the way - so if looking for a convenient location - this is not it. The walk to the nearest metro station (by the Zoo on the blue line) takes about 15 minutes but once on the metro - you can be in center town at Rossio in 10 minutes - cost of return ticket about 3 Euros. There is no "supermarket' close by but there is a little market in the train station - get your water and snacks there. Standard Marriott rooms - clean and modern. But far too many as hotel can be quite busy. Breakfast is good - lots of choices including being able to have fried eggs and omelets. Big downside is lack of free wifi in rooms - absolutely ridiculous. They want 7 Euros for this privilege. Free wifi only available in the lobby. Lovely pool area and gardens. Bar staff good and attentive - all spoke good English as well as the Reception staff. Close to airport - cost of fare was 6 Euros and some change. Was not allowed to print off documents unless I paid for it - only a boarding pass for my flight was "free" - found this quite irritating for a business center. Food items in the "recharge" shop (if you wanted a water or a chocolate bar and other snacks) were quite expensive. Collapse
Good job Lisbon Marriott!
Stay Date: 10/2017, PTBARB15 wrote this review.
Ok it’s been awhile since I rated a hotel but thought this Hotel deserved a review based on my recent experience. Mostly because despite probably being one of the busiest hotels I have been to in a while the staff really did a good job overall keepin… See more
Ok it’s been awhile since I rated a hotel but thought this Hotel deserved a review based on my recent experience. Mostly because despite probably being one of the busiest hotels I have been to in a while the staff really did a good job overall keeping it all together. Also, just for info, I am a Marriott Platinum member so stay at many Marriotts all over the world and as such always compare them to each other. Does this Marriott have some issues? Sure, but overall I had a very good experience, would stay here again and would recommend it. First, arrival was pleasant, organized and easy with hotel employees right there to greet with a smile at the door offering to take my bag even before stepping foot inside the hotel. Then check in was fast and front desk staff were professional taking time to explain the hotel without making me feel rushed. This was surprising (in a good way) because the lobby itself was crazy busy and I was therefore expecting to be rushed through check in. Room: I was provided a renovated room which was nice, decent size and bathroom had a stand up glass shower instead of a tub (which I prefer). The room also had what I would expect at a Marriott to include safe, refrigerator, iron/ironing board, tea pot. (hint: ask for renovated room). Room also had a small balcony with a door which you could actually open for fresh air if desired. Housekeeping: They did an outstanding job and always had my room cleaned and fully stocked before I returned for the day. Executive lounge: I thought the exec lounge was excellent for a European Marriott. As I said I’m a platinum member so I like to compare the lounges where ever I go. This lounge is on the lobby floor and definitely provided what I needed. A decent selection for breakfast with a more relaxed eating environment, snacks and drinks during the day and light dinner/finger foods in the evening. Also they had plenty of bottled water. Before coming here I read some negative reviews of the lounge being small or cramped. Yes the lounge feels a little small at times but it really only feels that way because the hotel is so busy.. If the hotel is at 98%-100% capacity then of course the lounge will feel crowded at peak times.. Keep in mind the lounge has inside and outside seating so it’s actually a decent size overall. The one thing I want to highlight is that the executive lounge staff were always working to keep it stocked with food and beverages and keeping it clean which was impressive with the amount of people coming in and out. Also the executive lounge staff were very friendly and went out of their way to help everyone that came in. Really a great job! Also I always like a self service coffee/cappuccino machine and this lounge has a nice one that I used heavily. My recommendation is if you want to avoid busy times then eat breakfast early and be there at 5:25pm just before the evening food comes out. If you wait until 9 am to eat breakfast or 630 pm to eat the evening snacks then of course it’s going to be busy.. Just be smart about it and you will avoid any stress. The gym: The gym was a good size for Europe and was never full when I used it. Also it had a good mix of cardio equipment (treadmills, etc) and weights. The hotel also has an outdoor pool that looked very inviting however unfortunately I never got a chance to use it. The only negatives about the hotel is yes the internet isn’t great all the time but I only had a few issues with streaming video and yes it wasn’t very close to the tourist sites if you expect to walk to them. So you will have to use public transportation. But luckily public transport is cheap in Lisbon.. Uber is your friend! Also the elevators seemed slow on occasion but I know it was due to the high occupancy so just dealt with it or took the stairs. A nice thing is the hotel is close to the airport which is good for an early departure. All in all a great experience! Collapse
Nice Hotel, short cab ride for all amenties
Stay Date: 08/2017, nrbertie wrote this review.
The Lisbon Marriott is a nice hotel, with standard Marriott amenities and quality. For those with Marriott status, the Hotel has a Concierge room for breakfast and dinner. The outdoor pool and surrounding area is nice to hang out and let the kids and… See more
The Lisbon Marriott is a nice hotel, with standard Marriott amenities and quality. For those with Marriott status, the Hotel has a Concierge room for breakfast and dinner. The outdoor pool and surrounding area is nice to hang out and let the kids and adults take a dip. The Hotel is a 15 min drive from Lisbon airport in regular traffic. It is a 10+ min drive from the main central Lisbon areas you'll likely visit. The cab cost is 15 Euros one-way. If you want a hotel that is within walking distance of amenities and attractions, this is not the Hotel for you. However, if a short inexpensive cab ride works for you, then if you like the Marriott brand, I would certainly recommend this hotel. We stayed there with our two teenage daughters over the summer, and had a very pleasant stay in Lisbon. Collapse
The deal has changed –not for the good.
Stay Date: 07/2017, MontyPlumb wrote this review.
Having an executive room and of course, paying an executive amount always included the full Marriott breakfast. This has changed. Breakfast at the Marriott is a cornucopia; freshly cooked eggs by the chef, a wonderful selection of hot breakfast items… See more
Having an executive room and of course, paying an executive amount always included the full Marriott breakfast. This has changed. Breakfast at the Marriott is a cornucopia; freshly cooked eggs by the chef, a wonderful selection of hot breakfast items, a fantastic variety of cheeses and cut meats, etc, etc, etc. OR – a miserable selection of semi –hot items in the “Executive Lounge,” euphemistically called “The Healthy Breakfast”. I presume the term “healthy” is because it is so unappetising; people will not eat a lot. Now, paying the full executive rate does not include a full breakfast, only the “healthy” one. When you add the cost of two people’s full breakfast to the already high executive room rate, it makes the whole deal appalling value for money. I expect if anyone answers this from the hotel, it will be full of the usual platitudes, It is still good value, other hotels in the area do this, blah, blah, blah. We always stay in the Marriott when we visit Lisbon. The hotel staff are tremendous, we have only ever received wonderful service, so it’s a shame we will no longer be staying there. I do not mind spending money; I do not like bad value for money. Collapse
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