TRYP Lisboa Oriente Hotel

4 star hotel

Address

Av. D. João II Lote 1.16 02.B LisbonSee nearby area

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    This renovated hotel in the heart of Lisbon’s Parque das Naçoes is surrounded by trendy restaurants. It offers free Wi-Fi, a brand new restaurant and renovated spacious rooms.

    Rooms at Tryp Lisboa Oriente Hotel are bright and airy and have satellite TV, a seating area and a tea/coffee maker. They overlook the former EXPO 98 site and its many innovative buildings. Some rooms also look out over the water.

    The brand new restaurant serves international breakfasts and offers an à la carte service and a dish of the day, based on the Bistrô & Tapas concept.

    The famous Oceanarium and the Lisbon Casino are also close by. Lisbon city centre can be reached within 15 minutes using public transport.

    The Tryp Oriente is a short walk from the Gare do Oriente station and is only 3 km from Lisbon International Airport. The area is well-served by Lisbon’s Metro as well as trains and buses.

    Important information

    Please note that from the 1st of January 2016 a city tax of EUR 1 per person, per night is not included in the total price and should be paid on site. This tax is charged to guests aged 13 and older. It is subject to a maximum amount of EUR 7 per guest.

    Services & facilities

    • Bar
      • Available
    • Breakfast
      • Breakfast in the room
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking rooms
    • Accessibility
      • Facilities for disabled guests
    • Guest services
      • 24-hour front desk
      • Room service
    • Restaurant/Café
      • Restaurant
      • Restaurant (buffet)
      • Snack bar
      • Restaurant (à la carte)
    • Transport/transfers
      • Car hire
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
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