Breakfast is included in the rate and served at the Infame Restaurant which offers a Portuguese-base kitchen with multicultural influences. The Lisboa Hotel also has an on-site bar. The Intendente neighborhood offers a variety of cafés, restaurants and bars with live music.
1908 Lisboa Hotel’s staff will gladly share tips to visit the city and alternatives to what is available in most tourist guides. The Intendente Metro Station is 2-minute walk away and Lisbon International Airport is 3.1 mi away.
Solo travelers in particular like the location – they rated it 8.7 for a one-person stay.
This property is also rated for the best value in Lisbon!
This iconic yellow funicular has been connecting Restauradores Square and the Bairro Alto since 1885. The short-but-steep ride is included in a standard public transport day pass.
Exhibitions celebrating Portuguese art from the 19th to the 21st century can be found in this modern museum, located inside an ancient monastery in Lisbon’s old town.
This unconventional performing arts school hosts physical theatre, dance recitals and circus workshops. Musicians, clowns and stunning city views entertain diners at the top-floor restaurant.