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.
How to Get There
This is a good hotel if the location i not so important. But it's about 300 meters to bus. We used to take bus 758 or the tram. It's about 800 meters to the metro. The breakfast was ok. Very nice staff.
I really enjoyed my 12 night stay here in a base room with my wife. The room was well priced and came with a Queen sized bed and a spacious bedroom which are sometimes hard to come by in European cities. The heating/air conditioning system was modern and worked very well at keeping room temps ideal overnight. We picked this hotel due to the location (The Ritz is a 5min walk away). It is in a quieter residential area under 10mins walk from 2 major subway stations and 15 mins from the Campolide overland train station for day trips to Sintra! There are many great authentic Portugese retaurants the locals eat at like A Valenciana and Tasquinha do Logarto.
Good quality of the food in the restaurant both for dinner and breakfast.
The beds are soft and very good, this is not common in Portugal.
only bad thing is that the AC went to energy saving during the night and the temperature in the room went up a bit.
The staff were very polite and professional, the room was nice and clean and the breakfast was excellent! The only downside was the air conditioning which was a bit over the top and the controls didn't seem to work (in any logical way at least). Overall we were very pleased and would gladly recommend the hotel to others travelling to Lisbon.
My strongest experience is that whilst a it is a newish, modern hotel, there is no such thing as management existing in the hotel. I relied on previous reviews and am absolutely positive that these reviews are self generated. Very few staff speak English. The breakfast is terrible. The service is all round awful and almost non existent. There is no porter service. Six staff are standing around at dinner time but providing a sandwich in the room service was a FLAT NO from the Chef. One word that does not exist in hospitality is the word NO. Everything I asked for was a flat NO. The staff are only interested in inching away as much money from you as they can and then they make unauthorised charges. I have just returned home to find two large unauthorised charges made to me credit card. If you want to robbed, or waste your money then stay at the Skyna Hotel in Lisbon.
What a mistake to have stayed there. We recommended sevral friends to stay in the same hotel. They were all complaining to me how I could have recommended such a terrible hotel to them. One of our friends had people knocking on his door in the middle of thee night pretending to be from Room Service. That department does not exist in this hotel.
I asked to meet the owner of the hotel.He was in the hotel but the staff told me he was unavailable.