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Hotel Gat Rossio Star Rating 3        
Rua do Jardim do Regedor 27-35

Within a minutes' walk of a metro stop and Rossio train station, this trendy, contemporary hotel in an 18th-century Pombaline building is also 4 minutes walk from bustling Rossio Square.Bright, streamlined rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and laptop-size safes; some rooms have Juliet balconies. Suites add sitting areas, iPod docks and tea and coffeemakers.
Hotel Mundial Lisbon Star Rating 4        
Praca Martim Moniz 2

Within 5 minutes' walk of the Rossio and Martim Moniz metro stations, this polished hotel is also an 11-minute walk from the Sé de Lisboa cathedral.Laid-back, warmly decorated rooms come with free Wi-Fi, minibars and flat-screen TVs; some have balconies. Suites add separate living rooms.
Inspira Santa Marta Hotel Star Rating 4        
R. de Santa Marta n. 48

With a hipster-chic vibe, this boutique spa hotel in downtown Lisbon is a 4-minute walk from a metro station and 14 minutes by foot from Rossio Square.Employing feng shui concepts and stylish design, the rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, smart TVs, Nespresso coffeemakers and desks. Upgraded units have space partitions, while suites add lounges with sofas, and free-standing or whirlpool tubs.
Residencial Vila Nova Guesthouse Lisbon Star Rating 3        
Av. Duque de Loule, 111 - 3

Unpretentious lodging offering contemporary rooms & suites with eclectic decor & free Wi-Fi...
Pensao Residencial Setubalense Star Rating 1        
Rua de Belém, 28

Unassuming hotel offering low-key rooms with en suite bathrooms in a 1600s building...
EPIC SANA Lisboa Hotel Star Rating 5        
Av. Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, 15

This upscale spa hotel is a 4-minute walk from the Amoreiras shopping mall, 8 minutes' walk from the nearest metro stop and 3.4 km from Lisbon Zoo.Featuring contemporary decor, the chic rooms have free Wi-Fi, 37-inch flat-screen TVs and minibars, plus stereos and Nespresso machines.
Valverde Hotel Star Rating 5        
Avenida da Liberdade, 164

This upscale hotel is a 2-minute walk from the closest metro station, 1.6 km from the cafes and shops at Praça do Comércio and 7 km from the 25 de Abril suspension bridge.Featuring plush decor, the elegant rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Hotel Roma Lisbon Star Rating 3        
Avenida De Roma, 33

This unassuming hotel on a bustling corner is 4 minutes' walk from a metro station, 3.5 km from Lisbon Zoo and 4.4 km from São Jorge Castle.
Residencial Dublin Star Rating 2        
Rua De Santa Marta 45 1150-293 Lisbon Portugal

This unassuming hotel in a stately pink building is a 5-minute walk from a metro station, 1.9 km from the outdoor cafes and shopping venues at the Praça do Comércio and 2.3 km from the 11th-century São Jorge Castle.
Memmo Alfama - Design Hotel Star Rating 4        
Travessa das Merceeiras, n 27

This trendy but relaxed hotel is an 8-minute walk from a metro station, a 10-minute walk from Praça do Comércio plaza and a 13-minute walk from São Jorge Castle.The minimalist, modern rooms come with complimentary minibars, iPod docks, luxe linens and flat-screens. Some upgraded rooms have terraces, while the sole posh suite has a Nespresso machine.
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As one of the world's oldest cities, Lisbon is an enchanting and picturesque tourist destination with many breath-taking scenic views. Towering over the city is the statue Cristo Rei, while the district of Belem holds many of the city's cultural gems including Belem Tower and the Jeronimos Monastery. On the west coast lie the resorts of Estoril and Cascais, perfect for relaxing on the sandy beaches or playing a game of golf.

Lisbon is renowned for producing high quality handmade products, including bed linen and towels at competitively low prices. Baixa is one of the city's oldest shopping districts, attracting international stores such as Zara and H&M. Chiado offers visitors a unique experience with its boutiques, designer stores and abundance of cafes and inviting bookshops.

The city offers a variety of eateries ranging from low-key cafes to full blown gastronomic experiences. Make a bee-line for the Barrio Alto and Chiado districts to find a number of family run restaurants, advertising their dishes of the day on the door. Neighbourhood cafes are busy from early morning until late into the night, serving fresh pastries and strong espresso to both the morning trade and pre-club revellers.