Eduardo Vii Hotel Hotel, Lisbon Coast, Portugal | Portugal Hotels - SunSearch Holidays

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Eduardo Vii Hotel

Eduardo Vii Hotel Situated in the heart of Lisbon next to the Marquês de Pombal Square, the Eduardo VII hotel is a charming hotel that provides an excellent base for visitors looking to explore the city¿s many fabulous attractions and sights. Just a few minutes away from the main shopping areas as well as historic and cultural attractions this 3* hotel provides 140 harmoniously styled rooms along with a pleasant selection of facilities onsite to help ensure that guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. There are great places to sit down and relax with friends or family with an old English style pub and there is a spacious restaurant providing delicious options to dine in at the hotel. There is also a meeting and games room where you can enjoy light indoor entertainment on the quieter days and there is also a business centre with internet access and fax/photocopying facilities. You will find there is both a concierge and reception desk that are open 24 hours where the staff will always be on hand to help with any request about your stay as well as information on the best places to go in the area and can offer useful services like car rental, currency exchange and laundry. Additionally guests staying at the hotel can also benefit from the parking garage located on the quiet backstreet for a nominal charge. Lisbon is one of the liveliest and most elegant cities in Europe and the Portuguese people are always inviting, making the city a welcoming place full of modernity, history and tradition. In the vicinity of the hotel you can find a variety of leisure activities and sports such as tennis, golf and rugby as well as impressive attractions like the Lisbon Oceanarium, marketed as the world¿s 2nd largest aquarium where you can see a wonderful array of marine life. If you can appreciate the history and culture of the location you are staying then you may like to visit the several museums in the city such as the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum that house¿s one of the world¿s finest private art collections; or you could just take a trip into the picturesque Alfama quarter, the oldest part of Lisbon full of historical architecture right from the walls of the Castelo de Sao Jorge, a fortress and castle that has been around since at least the 10th century, to the Sé de Lisboa, Lisbon¿s oldest church. If you are looking for a great shopping experience you will not be disappointed either, as Lisbon has several shopping malls with 2 of the largest in Europe as well as many local shops and unique markets such as the Feira da Ladra.

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