Very friendly personnel overall, the hotel brings you back in time (the 50’s) furniture is outdated but clean. Breakfast in more than sufficient in choice, but should be to my opinion more typical Portuguese. Portuguese food is very good if you don’t like stay at home and eat your home made food at home. We also had dinner suggested by the waiter typical Portuguese, very good, with fish, yummy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The NH Lisboa Campo Grande hotel in Lisbon is a short walk from the Campo Pequeno Arena as well as the City University, and is superbly connected by subway or bus to every point of the city---making it the perfect place to stay whether you are visiting for work or leisure. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Nh Hotels Lisbon