|From £ 65.90|
2 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 75.08|
2 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 75.08|
Hotel da Estrela is a small boutique hotel situated in the heart of historic Lisbon. Comprising of a selection of just 19 rooms and suites the space is totally original, bespoke, comfortable and intimate. All the interiors were decorated by Miguel Câncio Martins (Buddha Bar Paris, Pacha Marrakech) and are designed to evoke the spirit of a classic old style school offering a unique approach to the hotel experience. The rooms and suites of Hotel da Estrela offer magnificent views across the city and the river Tagus. All of our rooms are spacious and comfortable. The restaurant, Cantina da Estrela is a neighbourhood restaurant, serving authentic food of Mediterranean feel made everyday with the freshest ingredients from the local markets.
Lisbon and all of its wonders are just a stones throw away from Hotel da Estrela. Walk 200 metres and you will find Campo de Ourique with its traditional Portuguese shops or the iconic park and formal gardens of Estrela Basilica. Less than 10 minutes away you will also find the neighbourhoods of Chiado, Príncipe Real, Avenida da Liberdade, Santos & Baixa, Bairro Alto and Docas. There is simply no better place to be based in Lisbon than this ideal central location.
"Small, design, nice but quite average"
Nice and rather a design hotel, modeen fourniture (bath in room, carpet), though little things anoy, like no wifi at reception and restaurant area...). The garden is nice, you can sit outside. It seems to be a hotel school.
"I GIVE IT AN OVERALL "A""
This hotel was once a school...they kept the theme running, therefore my grade report review. :) I arrived very early in the morning to this hotel. My first A goes to the night manager, although I did not catch his name, he was very kind and reviewed with me things to do in Lisbon, made recommendations and helped me generally feel comfortable with my location within the city. My second A goes to the location. I thought I would want to be in the city center but I am so glad I choose this hotel. It was a up the hill from all the hustle and bustle in a more quiet, typically Portuguese neighborhood. No tourists, just students at the hospitality school next door and wonderful, quaint, wonderful restaurants and shops that were not tourist traps. I would give my room a B. It was clean, quiet and comfortable, however, the design of the bathroom caused water to leak from shower. Still I am very glad I choose this hotel. Breakfast was an A as well A wonderful selection each morning. Fresh squeezed juices always get an A from me. We had one more night in Lisbon on our return from Porto. I wish I had made another reservation at this hotel. I decided to stay in the city center but regret that decision now. If you want to be immersed in the real city of Lisbon, stay here.
Very modern concept with nice clean rooms and very pleasant, helpful staff. We missed having tea and coffee making facilities but collected refreshments from the bar and took to our room. Breakfast well presented and plenty of items to choose from, cantina food good but limited menu and not changed from day to day.
"What a find !!"
Absolutely lovely hotel with friendly and helpful stuff. Thanks Isabella for everything. Rooms are clean and cosy , only breakfast 🍳 could be a little better . For sure I will back again soon here . Greetings!!
"4 day break to lisbon"
Came across this little gem quite by chance when looking for suitable accomodation for myself and my friend. Sounded quirky so thought we'd check it out. Former school converted to small luxury hotel. Brilliant location ,very short distance from centre of Lisbon which could be easily reached by tram 28 or taxi (approx 5 euros)Very welcoming on arrival. Staff couldn't do enough for for especially on reception.....thank you Carla !Informative, friendly and very accomodating. Stayed in room 22, on upper floor (lifts available) fantastic room with breathtaking views across the river. Plenty of space, good storage, free safe, TV, fridge.Tastefully decorated throughout the hotel utililising old school fixtures and fittings....a trip down memory lane.....but with a modern twist. Continetal breakfast served until 10am, option of scrambled eggs on most days ,bacon rashers were also added on the last morning of our stay.Depending on the staff that were on very plentiful quantities but experienced 1 morning when slow to react to replenish despite only a few dining at the time but was eventually addressed.Nice outside space where you could choose to eat or have a coffee.No tea/coffee making facilities in rooms so would advise to take a travel kettle if you like an early morning cuppa. Small mercado across from hotel for any basic needs plus small cafe a unit further up for coffee.Very short walk from hotel to find somewhere to eat in the evenings if you choose not to eat in hotel (resturant was closed 2 nights) highly recommend Desassossego by chef Cortez Pereira on Rua Coelho da Rocha. Would certainly not hesitate to stay here again.No pool but clean beaches short ride from hotel.
Private parking: £ 12.51
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM