Neya Lisboa Hotel
What We Love
- A relaxing, eco-friendly Lisbon hotel, with breakfast and a pastryThe ideal location in the heart of Lisbon
- The hotel’s eco-friendly practices
- Returning from a day of sightseeing to some quiet time in the Jacuzzi
What To Know
- About a 5 to 10-minute walk to the nearest metro station, or a 20-minute walk to Rossio Square
- Not all "City View" rooms have sweeping city views – ask for one on the top floor or you may be looking out neighboring properties
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
Occupying what was once a dilapidated corner building in central Lisbon, Neya Lisboa shines as a contemporary, environmentally friendly hotel that marries sustainable energy with bright and welcoming décor, delicious cuisine and stylish rooms.
You’ll find plush furnishings in rich, sophisticated hues in your room, and prettily presented Portuguese cuisine from a menu crafted by a Michelin-starred consulting chef in Viva Lisboa. After roaming eclectic Lisbon on the hotel’s complimentary bikes, retreat to the spa for a rejuvenating massage or pampering beauty treatment.
Neya Lisboa Hotel not only scooped a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, but also reached TripAdvisor’s GreenLeaders Platinum level for its worthy green practices.
Adhering to the eco-friendly theme found throughout the rest of the hotel, the stylish rooms hold plenty of modern amenities, like air conditioning, shiatsu massage pillows, an LCD TV and complimentary Wi-Fi access.
Viva Lisboa restaurant specializes in artfully presented Portuguese cuisine with touches of global influences, made with exquisitely fresh, seasonal and preferably national produce. The hotel is also home to Neya Lounge Bar, an informal space promising the excellent choice of hamburgers, gin, tea and hot chocolate.
Situated in the heart of Portugal’s capital, Neya Lisboa Hotel enjoys a prime location near to plenty of popular attractions. The nearest metro station, Picoas, is within a 10-minute walk from here, and Avenida da Liberdade and Marques de Pombal Square are also found nearby.
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Nice cool hotel. Very cozy. Stayed for a weekend. Reception staff very helpful and friendly. Big spacious rooms. Very close to all attractions. Bus stop in front of the hotel. Definitely the place to stay again next time in Lisbon.
I do highly recommend this hotel to anyone vising Lisbon. We had an amazing stay last weekend and we will definitely go back there :-) Thanks to the hotel staff for making our holidays a memorable experience!!!!
We stayed in this hotel for 4 days. The location to the metro was very good and bus stops directly outside the hotel. There was 35-40 minute walk to the town centre.
We had wonderfully quiet nights, great breakfasts and the room was very clean, the only negative was the bed was very firm but staff did endeavour to rectify this.
Staff were friendly and helpful. We would recommend this hotel.
Just be careful booking this hotel, they charge your credit card and cancel your reservation after. We were left out on the street because they'd sold our room to someone else. Also, it is very difficult to solve the matter. Every co-worker tells a different story, tries to blame the customer (your credit card doesn't work, it's the fault of Booking.com, you didn't show up etc. and all of that even with different time frames) and none of them gives a proper apology. Just want to warn before this happens to anyone else since it's really a bummer and ruins quite a bit of your holiday.
We visited this hotel for 3 days. We were allocated a room and the safe did not lock. The reception and porter were flirting with each other and so inexperienced and had no idea what to do that on my suggestion we were allocated another room. The receptionist was not able to do this so again on my suggestion they get the person off his break to sort the problem out. By now 45 minutes was wasted. These 2 people never gave me eye contact the whole visit.
The dining room for breakfast was so squashed that movement between tables was very limited. There was only 1 young man refilling the buffet which meant long delays one man clearing and setting tables. The food was nice.
This hotel is a very long way from the attractions of Lisbon so not suitable for people who cannot walk very well. The metro station was also 15 minutes away, downhill. On arrival we asked about the free bikes and were recommended by the same inexperienced girl not to use them. They call it an ECO hotel !!!!