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Best hotels in Lisbon 2023: from family friendly to bargain designs

Best hotels in Lisbon 2023: from family friendly to bargain designs

It’s no wonder everyone’s banging on about Lisbon. Just look at it. It’s a time capsule in the mould of Paris, with innovative restaurants and fearless design. You could say the weather is pretty perfect in Portugal – it’s never too freezing in winter and it’s also cool enough in summer to explore the sights unhampered. Plus, it sits handily in a GMT time zone and is just a short flight from the UK.

As for hospitality, Lisbon occupies the sweetest of spots, offering VIP treatment at delightfully retro prices – especially if you know where to look. We’ve gathered together some of our favourite spots to stay in the Portuguese capital, from family-friendly lodgings and budget B&Bs to boutique hotels and quirky guest houses. All this makes the city a most unique prospect for a weekend break. Just make sure to go soon. All the attention is bound to get to its head.

Bunkbeds are sure to win over the kids at the Martinhal Chiado

(Martinhal Chiado)

Neighbourhood: Chiado

Worth every penny of its not-outrageous price, Martinhal has children’s areas with play kitchens, bouncy mats and colourful upholsteries. There’s even a mini BMW in the dining room to “drive” at mealtimes. Your kids may not want to leave. That’s OK, too: the Baby Concierge and Pyjama Club will cover you in the evenings. Come morning, top sights – including the vintage 28 Tram – are walkable in minutes.

A Junior Suite at the well-located AlmaLusa


Neighbourhood: Baixa/Chiado

AlmaLusa scored real estate in an enchanting praça

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