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rooms offer beautiful views over the city and guests in the Tower rooms on the upper floors have access to a VIP lounge. Res taurant Bistrot Le Café offers casual dining on the lobby level whilst Il Gattopardo on the 3rd floor offers fine Italian dining and a sophis - ticated bar with terrace. There are exten sive conference and banqueting facilities with 17 rooms catering for up to 480 persons.


Tel 213 896 600 | Fax 213 896 601 lisbon.reservations@dompedro.com | www.dompedro.com


TIVOLI TEJO 


The best place to stay in Parque das Nações, either for exhibitions at Feira International de Lisboa, or for the many leisure attraction such as the Oceanarium and major concerts held at Pavilhão do Atlántico. The city centre can be reached in a few minutes with the metro station located just a 2-minute stroll from the hotel door. The hotel features 279 comfortable rooms and suites, conference facilities for up to 260 persons, restaurant, bar and an indoor pool area with sauna and Turkish bath.


Tel 218 915 100 | Fax 218 915 345 httejo@tivolihotels.com | www.tivolihotels.com


TIVOLI LISBOA 


One of Lisbon’s most emblematic hotels operating since 1933, the Tivoli Lisboa takes pride of place on Avenida de Liberdade and offers 329 rooms and suites. Bars and restau- rants include the Terrace Grill on the top floor (see the Essential restaurant guide) for fine dining in a discreet atmosphere. To the rear of the hotel there is a sub-tropical garden with a heated pool and a bar open during the warmer months. Other facilities include a gymnasium, business centre and 4 meeting rooms.


Tel 213 198 900 | Fax 213 198 950 htlisboa@tivolihotels.com | www.tivolihotels.com


LAPA PALACE 


The Lapa Palace is set within the select Lapa district. The palace itself, built in 1870, was once the home of the count of Valancas and is surrounded by tranquil gardens. There are a total of 109 spacious and beautifully furnished rooms and suites, most of which are housed in a tastefully designed new wing. The hotel has a spa with indoor pool and a wide range of treatments and therapies, there is also a heated outdoor pool in the gardens.


Tel 213 949 494 | Fax 213 950 665 info@lapa-palace.com | www.lapapalace.com


CORINTHIA LISBOA HOTEL 


Lisbon's largest five star hotel, the Corinthia Lisboa is now part of the Corinthia group and underwent an extensive renovation pro- gramme before reopening in 2004. A spacious hotel with a wide range of facilities, the reno- vation involved the total refurbishment and redesign of all public areas and rooms result- ing an overall feeling of contemporary style. The Corinthia Lisboa is conveniently located for the airport but also just a few minutes from the centre of town.


Tel 217 236 363 | Fax 217 236 364 lisboa@corinthia.pt | www.corinthiahotels.com


ALTIS AVENIDA 


Classed as a Historical Building, the 1950s’ structure designed by the architect Luís Cristino da Silva, one of the most important names in modern architecture in Portugal, was completely restored whilst remaining faithful to its roots. The new architectural project designed by João Vasconcelos Marques is complemented by the striking interiors con- cei ved by architects Cristina Santos Silva and Ana Cardoso Menezes. Right at the top floor is the Brasserie Gourmet Rossio, with pleasant outside seating and a privileged view of Avenida da Liberdade.


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Tel 291 724 307 | Fax 291 762 171 reservations@altisavenida.com | www.altisavenida.com


VILA GALÉ ÓPERA 


This modern and comfortable 4-star hotel is located just a short stroll from the Lisbon Congress Centre and is also convenient for the restaurants, bars and nightclubs of the “Docas” area. The historic and cultural attractions of Belém are also close at hand whilst downtown Lisbon is just few minutes. The hotel’s décor, as the name suggests, is themed on music and in the Fallstaff restau- rant, live entertainment (jazz, opera or sevilanas) can be enjoyed on most nights. The hotel features 259 rooms and suites, confe - rence facilities and a health and fitness centre with indoor pool, spa treatments and massage.


Tel 213 605 400 | Fax 213 605 450 opera@vilagale.pt | www.vilagale.pt


REAL PALÁCIO 


Centrally located, the Hotel Real Palácio combines charm and sophistication with the comfort of a five-star hotel. Inaugurated in 2003, the property is in fact two separate but adjacent buildings - the original 17th-century hotel and the new extension. The main build- ing houses 135 rooms and suites with a further 12 rooms in the palace, All accom- modation is fully equipped with state-of-the- art ‘comfort technology’. The ‘Real’ restaurant offers a high quality breakfast buffet in taste- fully decorated surroundings whilst the ‘Guarda Real’ restaurant is characterised by its comforta ble, elegant and sophis ticated atmosphere.


Tel 213 199 500 | Fax 213 199 501 info@hoteisreal.com | www.hoteisreal.com


SOFITEL LISBON LIBERDADE 


Following a total renovation completed in spring 2005, the Sofitel, in prime location on Avenida de Liberdade, offers a standard of luxury and comfort on a par with many 5-star properties. The 171 rooms and suites offer every modern convenience along with Sofitel’s new “Mybed” concept and high quality Hermès bathrooms. The Ad Lib restaurant, with direct access off the Avenida offers modern French and Portuguese cuisine. The hotel also offers extensive conference and banqueting facilities.


Tel 213 228 300 | Fax 213 228 310 h1319@accor.com | www.sofitel-lisboa.com


BRITANIA 


Centrally located on a parallel street to Avenida de Liberdade, the Britania is housed in an historic buil ding which was originally opened as a hotel in the 1940’s. Totally refur- bished and opened in 2004, the hotel now has just 30 rooms and is beauti fully decorated in art deco style featuring many unique and interesting details.


Tel 213 155 016 | Fax 213 115 021 britania.hotel@heritage.pt | www.heritage.pt


BAIRRO ALTO 


The creative renovation of an 18th century building with a modern interior hidden behind the original façade. 55 well appointed rooms feature hi-tech facilities and modern Portuguese design finished with original dark wood furniture designed specially for the hotel. There is a rooftop terrace and a fitness centre both offering beautiful views as well as a restaurant offering contemporary Portu - guese inspired food. Chiado and downtown Lisbon are just a short stroll away.


Tel 213 408 288 | Fax 213 408 299 reservations@bairroaltohotel.com | www.bairroaltohotel.com


AVIZ 


Located close to Marquês de Pombal, the new Aviz inherited its name from Lisbon’s most famous hotel that was closed down and destroyed in the 1960’s and once welcomed guests such as Maria Callas, Ava Gardener and Frank Sinatra. The hotel is decorated in classic style and although more modest than the original Aviz offers the high standards of comfort and service that the name deserves.


Tel 210 402 000 | Fax 210 402 198 geral@hotelaviz.com | www.hotelaviz.com


YORK HOUSE 


Located in a quiet and traditional quarter of Lisbon yet within easy reach of the town centre, this small 32-room hotel is converted from a 17th century convent. Rooms are decorated in a sober contemporary style in pleasant harmony with the architectural heritage of the building. A charming restau- rant serves high quality cuisine based on Portuguese products with meals served in the courtyard when weather permits.


Tel 213 962 435 | Fax 213 972 793 reservations@yorkhouselisboa.com | www.yorkhouselisboa.com


HERITAGE AV LIBERDADE HOTEL 


Located in a prime position on Avenida de Liberdade, this elegant boutique hotel occupies a 17th century edifice that has been totally restored. Comprising 40 rooms and 1 junior suite, the hotel has been designed by renowned architect Miguel Câncio Martins who’s well known projects include the Bhuda bar in Paris and the Man Ray in New York. This new hotel blends his characteristic modern approach with traditional Portuguese architecture most appealing result.


Tel 213 404 040 | Fax 213 404 044 avliberdade@heritage.pt | www.heritage.pt


NH LIBERDADE 


Located within the Tivoli Forum complex on Avenida da Liberdade this is a chique and discreet hotel with a minimalist Asian influenced design theme. Owned and operated by the Spanish NH group, the hotel offers 83 rooms and 25 suites, some of which have balconies. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, lobby bar, 3 meeting rooms and a restaurant serving international and predominantly Iberian cuisine. Rooms are very well equipped with standard features including wireless internet, play station consoles and an a la carte pillow menu.


Tel 213 514 060 | Fax 213 143 674 nhliberdade@nh-hotels.com | www.nh-hotels.com


VIP GRAND LISBOA HOTEL & SPA 


Conveniently located for Lisbon’s main busi- ness area and within easy reach of all attractions, this modern hotel was opened in December 2007 occupying the former build- ing of Portugal’s national TV broadcaster RTP. The hotel offers 295 well equipped rooms and suites and excellent facilities for the business and leisure travel ler. There is a large selection of function rooms, a business centre and a spa featuring gymnasium, hammam, sauna, solarium and a wide range of treatments (Spa opening Spring 2008). Dining options include the a Japanese fusion restaurant and the “Cénário” with a show cooking concept.


Tel 210 435 000 | Fax 210 435 001 hotelviplisboa@viphotels.com | www.viphotels.com


FONTANA PARK HOTEL 


Conveniently located in Lisbon’s main busi- ness district and close to Praça de Saldanha, this design hotel is also within easy reach of


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