Neya Lisboa Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We have just arrived back from a four night stay. What a lovely hotel would definitely recommend a stay here. Staff were all so friendly and very helpful with places to visit and how to get there. We upgraded to a suite which was definitely worth the extra. Lisbon itself is lovely a must is the tram 28 ride to the castle.
This is a simple modern hotel. But it is a good 30-40 minute walk to the main city area. The reception staff speak a number of languages including English and are able to give you simple helpful advice with no frills. The rooms are a good size, clean, comfortable. Some of the fixtures in the bathroom were oddly placed but you can get over it for two nights. The breakfast is reasonable with a spread of pastries and breads. For a short break the hotel is suitable but as already stated it is a bit out of the way.
Really good service! People of front desk are really Nice and the bartender was very professional! Many thanks! We will come back! Breakfast was a little bit different everyday and good enough! :-) Special thanks to the receptionist for the check Out on the morning of 15th February for his kindness and good service.
We stayed two nights here. Our room on the 5th floor is clean with modern-style decoration. The beds are a little hard for me. The reception was ok but too business-like for my taste. There was no water cooker in our room but our friends had one in their room. This was quickly solved after we informed the hotel staff. However our friends had problem with hot water every night. They had to wait 5 minutes for hot water but we didn't have any problem with taking a shower. The strange thing is that our rooms are next to each other. The breakfast buffet was pretty good, many fresh ingredients and local food. There are no direct bus connection from the hotel to downtown so the only publish transportation for tourists is the metro. It is 7-10 minutes walk. For a city trip this hotel met our needs.
The hotel is very contemporary and rooms are newly decorated in a modern style. We were on the 5th floor at the front, which had a lovely view over the city. The windows are double glazed and the road outside is quiet at night, so the room was quiet. The walls are well insulated too, we didn't hear any other occupants. Toiletries were supplied and there is a mini bar/fridge, hair drier, shower/ bath, air conditioning and a TV. Very clean and tidy. Breakfast was served in the dining room, buffet style. A good selection of cold and 3 hot items, which were bacon, scrambled eggs and some days beans/mushrooms/cheesy courgettes. The fruit varied each day. Lots of pastries, cake and bread, as well as yogurt, cold meat and cheese, cereal etc. Staff were friendly, English speaking and attentive. 30 minutes walk down hill to the city centre. 5 min walk to the nearest metro station (Saldanha). We bought 24 hour tickets travel tickets (metro/bus/tram) €6.15. Lisbon is very hilly, so you need to use public transport. Would recommend the takeaway pizza place (Leads Pizza) a block away. Also the burger place (Honorato Saldanha), which we discovered walking back from the metro station (Saldanha) was great. The best pub we experienced was 'Bar Foxtrot'. You need to ring the doorbell to be let in. Inside is styled like a speakeasy. Very laid back jazz, fireplaces and a chilled vibe. Bar staff and waiter were very friendly. Best food was a grilled chicken and ribs takeaway 'Frangasqueira Nacional', also try the rice (garlicy) and homemade crisps. Tram ride 28 is well worth it, but you need to queue. Lisbon has many art galleries. Most are free on the first Sunday of each month. We really enjoyed the 'Museu Colecao Berardo', which has a wide selection of contemporary art. The local Cherry liqueur 'Ginjinha' is a must to try in an edible chocolate cup. My partner had the best coffee he has every had at 'Brasileira do Chiado'. Lisbon is a great city, not commercialised, like other capital cities (no Starbucks etc), which is refreshing. Would wholly recommend.
We recently spend two nights in Lisbon and stayed at the Neva Lisboa. It's a short walk from the mail Pombal Square. We upgraded to a classic room for 15 Euro more each per night and were thrilled with our room. It was large, modern, clean and had beautiful city views. Breakfast we also quite good but the usual bread, meat, cheese that you expect in Portugal. The check in staff were extremely friendly and helpful and spoke excellent English. I would highly recommend this hotel for value comfort and location.
Lovely welcome on a very wet Sunday. Room not ready on our arrival mid morning - fair enough but able to leave luggage securely. It seems the hotel was further in to the city centre than the 10 minute stroll indicated but we quickly sussed the local metro services which were both cheap and punctual and operated on a system like our UK Oyster prepaid travel cards, Lisbon is a beautiful city. We explored the city by 'hop on and off' tour busses, the famous wooden street trams and the more modern bus trams. You almost felt you were close to the coast yet in reality you were on the shores of the vast river Tagus. Belem is a must to visit. Another must is to visit the bustling food market and take in the atmosphere. Lisbon was getting ready with its Christmas decorations and although we left before they were lit I just know they would look stunning! Our hotel was very clean and comfortable and staff were very helpful at breakfast when catering for gluten free (many thanks to the waiter David!!). Would definitely consider returning as it was a very enjoyable stay
Admittedly I like good breakfast and a real aficionado will prefer to sleuth to town center and do a classic brekkie with espresso and croissant but I love a good hotel brekkie before running through town like a mad cow. The rooms are small but very well equipped and the place is more quiet than many of the high end places on bigger more central streets. I pay five euro and be right down at the Praca or take the metro for one... The hotel is new and this shows- I am a stickler to that subject. Great bath rooms are for me the best reason to chose a hotel. Higher floors are as usual better and get a room out front on top floor - yes you have the ultimate view above town and see the sun rising over the castle... priceless.
We booked this for three nights as a friend had also stayed at the hotel. In advance we requested a high up quiet twin room - we were given exactly that. The bathroom was large with a very good sized bath so you could have a full body soak. The view from 502 was across the district and was very pleasant. Very quiet and away from the lift. The staff were helpful at all times, giving advice, calling a cab, helping with our bags - nothing seemed too much trouble. We used the Grey line tours 26 euros each for two days unlimited use of their buses. This took us to all the areas of Lisbon you could care to visit but for any tour buses you will need to walk about 15 mins. Our favourite place was Belem and on a Monday it is quieter as the museums are not open. On our visit we tried the Rick Stein long weekend eateries - well worth while watching his program before you go.
The hotel is situated in a quiet area and is roughly a 15 minute walk to Marques de Pombal. The room size is fairly good, the only downside is that they don't provide complimentary tea or coffee as there's no kettle in the room. They do however have free wifi and also have a massager in the rooms. They have a good selection of food for breakfast which are very tasty.
Located in Arroios, Neya Lisboa Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Castle of Sao Jorge and Gulbenkian Museum. This 76-room, 4-star hotel has free breakfast and a restaurant, along with free in-room WiFi. Located in central Lisbon, the hotel is also near Rossio Square and Santa Justa Elevator.
Start your day off right with a free hot/cold buffet breakfast, served each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite fine-dining restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
All 76 soundproofed accommodations feature separate bedrooms. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with digital channels and pay movies. Bathrooms have hair dryers, designer toiletries, and bidets. Other standard amenities include minibars, laptop-compatible safes, and phones.
Guests of Neya Lisboa Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 4 meeting rooms, and conference space. Self parking is offered for EUR 10 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free use of bicycles, free newspapers, and a terrace.
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89% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1263 reviews