Skyna Hotel Lisboa
What We Love
- A modern stay in a four-star Lisbon hotel, with breakfast, a welcome drink and more
- Watching the city lights sparkle as you relax over a drink at the bar
- Riding the tram through Lisbon's attractive streets
- Chilling out in your comfortable and stylish room after a day exploring
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- Parking is available; fees may apply
- Popular with business travelers
Lisbon is a beguiling city, uniquely spread over seven hills that look over the Tegus River. Here, magnificent monasteries and charming castles sit alongside modern museums and up-to-date art, whilst a lively shopping scene and a vibrant night life complete the urban tableau. All this veined with tramways, cobbled lanes and tree-lined streets, making for a truly attractive and captivating stay that’ll soon explain why this city is fast-hitting the top of traveller’s wishlists.
Skyna Hotel Lisboa provides a contemporary base for your city explorations. You’ll find a restaurant and bar on site, so if you’ve worn yourself out meandering between monasteries, you won’t have to go far for a decent dinner. Skyna Hotel Lisboa is located within easy reach of Lisbon’s shopping, dining and cultural scene, just a short walk from Avenida da Liberdade.
Rooms here adopt a neutral décor, with retro-style patterned carpets that add a stylish sense of fun. Plush pillows sit alongside padded headboards, with crisp linens contrasting nicely with cosy throws.
Skyna Hotel Lisboa’s restaurant is located on the ground floor, with an à la carte menu offering Portuguese and Mediterranean dishes. A themed dinner takes place once a week, and it’s open for both lunch (12-3pm) and dinner (7-10:30pm). The Vícius Lounge Bar occupies a prime spot on the hotel’s sixth floor and comprises two areas – one under cover and one al fresco. The views over the city from here are wonderful and it’s open from 12pm-12am.
Skyna Hotel Lisboa is located near to two of the city’s tempting shopping centres – El Corte Inglés and Amoreiras. The airport is also within easy reach. Avenida da Liberdade is a short walk away, with its plethora of shopping, dining and cultural attractions, all set along its garden-filled 1100-metre stretch. The nearest Metro stations are Marquês de Pombal and Parque, which is a pleasant stroll across the neighbouring park.
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My warmest regards to Ladies on the Reception desk and also whole team of Occidental Lisboa !!! Very good service and accomodation. I would recomment this Hotel to my friends. Clean rooms, friendly staff !!!
We went there for my birthday weekend. The hotel is a little far by foot from the center of the city but not far from the airport. The rooms are very clean but the bed are a little too soft. The staff knew it was my birthday because my boyfriend had planned something but it would have been nice to get an extra attention from the staff for the occasion. Breakfast was very good.
Three bad points :
- the AC wasn't working in our room and we had to change it and it was barely blowing in the new room.
- We traveled as a couple and ended up in a room with twin beds (while booking it was mentioned twin beds OR double beds but we forgot to mention a preference (booking months in advance) and no one asked us)
- There is a touristic tax to be paid once you leave and no one told us when we arrived, so it's kind of an upleasant surprise
I wouldn't say it's 4 stars more 3,5 but overall it was a nice stay.
We had a short stay here as we were only going to sleep for the night.
Location - relatively central location in Lisbon not too far away from El Corte Ingles and Marques de Pombal.
Lobby - Small lobby with a seating area.
Room - Decent size room that looked really new and pretty. Bathroom was also nice and bed was comfortable.
Dining - Only had breakfast there which had a quite good selection of food. Nothing spectacular, but for the price of the hotel really good.
SPA / Pool / Gym - Not sure if they had in the hotel.
WIFI - Worked without any problem.
Service - we were arriving really late and the staff gave us late check out, so we could sleep a bit more. Even though we checked out earlier it was really nice service.
Cleanliness - Seemed really clean and tidy in room and breakfast area
The hotel was quite good.
- Breakfast was very simple. This level of breakfast is served in 2-star hotels not 4.
+ Cleanliness of the room and hotel was good.
+ Comfort of the room was good.
The hotel was quite far from city attractions
To advertise it as "in the heart of Lisbon" is disingenous to a tourist who will believe it is in the heart of the tourist area. Instead we had a 25-30 min commute each day, each way to get to the heart of Lisbon.
The room was fine, but right by a busy road and not far from the airport so noisy. And we stayed for 5 nights without a change in bedding or new toiletries in the room. Not good for a 4* hotel.
The hotel boased an a la carte menu - but didn't offer this at all. Instead there was a mediocre buffet.
It also boasts 2 bars - but when we were there the bars were shut and although on one night they allowed us to have an end of day (9pm) drink in the restaurant, on another occasion they just refused to serve us a drink. (We are 60+, perfectly respectable people who just wanted to wind down after a day of sightseeing).