Situated between the main airport and city center, Radisson Blu Hotel Lisbon offers modern four-star accommodation and conference facilities in the Campo Grande district.
All rooms have en suite bathroom, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV, safe, minibar and tea and coffee provisions. Upgrade rooms and suites are available.
Radisson Blu Hotel Lisbon guests get complimentary fitness center access and free Wi-Fi throughout. The hotel has room service, facilities for wheelchair users, an elevator, parking and a free airport shuttle bus service.
There’s a hotel bar serving cocktails, beers and wines, and a restaurant serving a buffet breakfast plus lunch and dinner from an a la carte menu.
Campo Grande metro station is five minutes on foot with trains to the city center taking about 20 minutes. The neighborhood regularly welcomes soccer fans to the Jose Alvalade Stadium, home of Sporting Club. The many shops and eateries around the stadium are close by.
WiFi in lobby
Avenue Marechal Craveiro Lopes, 390, 1749-009, Lisbon, Portugal
Most visitors described a friendly and warm welcome from the personnel. Lots of reviewers also found the rooms to be cleaned to a good standard. On the whole, diners praised the customer service in the restaurant as well.
Value for money
For four-star accommodation near the airport, lots of guests felt they got decent value for money. Many visitors remarked that lunch and dinner at the hotel restaurant were enjoyable and also good value for money. However, there were a few reviews left by guests commenting that they felt the super buffet breakfast was overpriced.
Plenty of reviewers described the hotel rooms as being very spacious. The same goes for the bathrooms.
Light sleepers disturbed by noise
Some guests' reviews described their sleep being interrupted by traffic noise from the highway which passes in front of the hotel. So, if you're a light sleeper you might prefer rooms not facing the road in order to have a more restful stay.
Mixed views on location
With Lisbon's main airport about five minutes' drive away, the hotel is in a convenient location for many air travelers. However, the city center is about 15 minutes by car and some reviewers felt it wasn't an ideal base for sightseeing in central Lisbon. There is often heavy demand for the free shuttle bus to the airport so it might be wise to reserve a space.
Some features could benefit from updating
One recurring theme among the negative comments is that the hotel could benefit from some updating here and there. Reviewers reported issues like dated gym equipment in the fitness center, worn carpets, aging furniture and tired bedroom decor. There were also occasional reports of a slow or patchy free Wi-Fi connection.