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This 4-star establishment stands on the heights of Lisbon, not far from the Plaza del Marqués de Pombal. Built in 1998, the hotel's restaurants and entrance hall were entirely renovated in 2008, but its guest rooms are in dire need of the same treatment: their decor is completely dated and has nothing in common with the style of the communal areas.
The Real Palacio is located on the heights of Lisbon, next to Sao Sebastiao metro station, in a quiet and charming residential neighbourhood.
The Real Parque hotel is part of the Hotel Real Portugal group. Located just next to it is the Real Palacio, a 5-star establishment with a swimming pool and a spa. Guests of the Real Parque can have access to these facilities for an added charge.
The facilities at the establishment are only basic, and it only has two restaurants: one is à la carte whereas the other more resembles a canteen. The breakfast buffet is copious and varied and are always satisfied with what they receive. The decor in these two restaurants is trendy and modern, and the quality of the dishes served here is one of the stronger points of the establishment. Hats off to the exceptionally friendly welcome provided by the restaurant, too!
Its rooms have the advantage of being spacious, but their quaint interior has nothing in common with the rest of the hotel. They include a safe, cable TV (with several international channels) and a mini-bar. As for the bathrooms, these are also spacious and include a hair-dryer and a set of hospitality products. The guest rooms could really do with being renovated, especially the flooring: it's covered in a very old and stained wall-to-wall carpet. Some of the furniture could also do with being changed. Nevertheless, the establishment offers good value for money, the service is impeccable, and it's clean (except for the stains on the carpets).
The restaurants offer a varied menu and wine list. The chef successfully blends typically Portuguese dishes with international flavours, and even those with the most demanding of palettes will find something to satisfy them with here. The service is friendly, yet discrete