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Hotelguide AC PALÁCIO SOTTOMAYOR THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO THE BEST PLACES TO STAY IN LISBON, CASCAIS AND SINTRA


LISBOA LISBOA MARRIOTT HOTEL 


Conveniently located within easy reach of the airport yet just a few minutes from the centre of town, the hotel was completely refurbished in 2003 and offers 577 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites. Facilities include a large outdoor pool, gym, business centre and exten- sive conference and banqueting facilities for up to 500 delegates.


Tel 217 235 400 | Fax 217 264 281 lisbon@marriotthotel.com | www.marriott.com/lispt


TIARA PARK ATLANTIC LISBOA 


Enjoying a magnificent location overlooking Parque Eduardo VII in the centre of the city, the 331 spacious rooms and suites are of contemporary design featuring Phillip Stark bathrooms and all modern conveniences. The hotel offers a business centre, conference facilities and guests enjoy full privileges at the nearby Club VII private health club. Fourteen elegant meeting and function rooms can accommodate from 10 to 550 people. Restau- rant L’Appart (see the Essential restaurant guide) offers fine dining as well as theme buffets. Cocktails and light meals are available at the sophisticated Ganesh Bar.


Tel 213 818 700 | Fax 213 890 505 reservas.lisboa@tiara-hotels.com | www.tiara-hotels.com


LISBOA PLAZA 


Just off Avenida de Liberdade in the very heart of town, the Plaza is a cosy and comfortable


hotel offering 106 rooms and suites decorated in contemporary classic style. There are meeting rooms for small groups, a pleasant bar and a restaurant.


Tel 213 218 219 | Fax 213 471 630 plaza.hotels@heritage.pt | www.heritage.pt


FOUR SEASONS THE RITZ 


A luxury hotel in the grand style overlooking Parque Eduardo VII in the centre of town. There are 282 very spacious rooms and suites all with large marble bathrooms and every modern comfort. A total of 16 beautifully appointed meeting and banqueting rooms cater for both large and more intimate events. A major attraction is the spa with an 18 metre indoor pool and extensive treatments and therapies. The hotel’s restaurant attracts some of the main movers and shakers in the city, especially on weekday lunch times for the sumptuous buffet.


Tel 213 811 400 | Fax 213 831 783 lis.reservations@forseasons.com | www.fourseasons.com/lisbon


PESTANA PALACE 


Set in the magnificent palace and gardens of the 19th- century residence of the Marquis of Valle Flôr, the Pestana Palácio features 190 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites. Most are located in modern accommodation wings along with a conference centre and health club with indoor pool. The main palace buil - ding features a gourmet restaurant Valle Flôr (see the Essential restaurant guide), elaborate public rooms and 3 exclusive suites. In the palace gardens a 19th-century Chinese


pavilion overlooks a marble outdoor pool. The hotel is located in Alto de Stº Amaro, a short drive from the city centre and overlooking the River Tagus.


Tel 213 615 600 | Fax 213 615 601 reservations.cro@pestana.com | www.pestana.com


LISBOA REGENCY CHIADO 


Right in the heart of the Chiado, occupying part of the redeveloped Arma zéns do Chiado building, this is a boutique hotel with just 40 comfortable and well appointed rooms, many offering fabulous views over the rooftops of the Baixa with the river as a backdrop. There is a comfortable bar and lounge as well as a restaurant serving breakfast and light meals. Both share a huge picture window on two levels and there is also a large terrace.


Tel 213 256 100 | Fax 213 256 161 reservations.chiado@madeiraregency.pt www.regency-hotels-resorts.com


PALÁCIO BELMONTE 


The meticulous restoration of a 15th-century palace built into the ancient walls of São Jorge castle and overlooking Alfama and the river has resulted in this exclusive 8-suite hotel. There is no restaurant in the palace but the chef prepares special menus on request that can be taken either in the suites or in the gardens. The Belmonte café specialises in wines and cheeses amongst other traditional products. Other facilities include an outdoor pool and 3 function rooms.


Tel 218 816 600 | Fax 218 816 609 office@palaciobelmonte.com | www.palaciobelmonte.com


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AC PALÁCIO SOTTOMAYOR  Located close to Marquês de Pombal behind the recently restored Palácio Sottomayor, this new 82-room design hotel is all about comfort and convenience. An unusual feature is the complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic drinks available from the mini-bars in the rooms or from a guest lounge in the lobby. Other features include a restaurant and a small fitness centre with gymnasium and Turkish bath.


Tel 210 050 930 | Fax 210 050 931 acpsottomayor@ac-hotels.com | www.ac-hotels.com


SHERATON LISBOA HOTEL & SPA 


The tallest building in Lisbon, the Sheraton re- opened in early 2007 as an all-new hotel following a complete refurbishment. The 369 rooms and suites are designed and equipped to a high level of modern comfort featuring wooden floors, the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds, Bang & Olufsen TVs and glass walled bathrooms. A whole floor of the hotel has been converted into a new Spa & Healthcare centre (Opening September 2007) whilst the roof-top bar and restaurant provides a stylish new venue from which to enjoy the best view in the city.


Tel 213 120 000 | Fax 213 547 164 reservations.lisboa@sheraton.com | www.sheraton.com/lisboa


DOM PEDRO LISBOA 


Conveniently located opposite Lisbon’s city centre Amoreiras shopping mall, the Dom Pedro is a modern luxury business hotel offering 263 spacious rooms and suites. All


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