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Occidental Lisboa


205 reviews

Meetings and events room
The hotel has an à la carte restaurant serving excellent cuisine
Located 800 metres away from the shopping centre
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
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Lisbon is a captivating city, full of surprises. The capital of Portugal has been influenced by the different cultures that have passed through its territory. With its privileged location at the mouth of the Tagus River, it is one of the most outstanding cities dominating the Atlantic.

As well as having one of the most lively night life scenes in Europe, this impressive city offers its visitors fantastic weather all year round, large shopping centres, dream-like beaches close to the centre and plenty of tourist attractions. Visitors to Lisbon mustn’t miss out on the opportunity to savour its exquisite and delightful cuisine.

What to see in Lisbon

Staying at a hotel in Lisbon is the perfect way to start navigating and experiencing this fascinating and historic city. Lisbon is a city that enchants its visitors with its infinite points of interest.

The best way to explore every corner of Lisbon is to stroll through the main places of its neighbourhoods: Alfama, Mouraria, Baixa, Bairro Alto, Belém or Park of the Nations.

Baixa and Alfama are the central neighbourhoods. Although they are very different, they share a common characteristic: history. They are home to many of the monuments of this city. To reach the neighbourhoods of Chiado and Bairro Alto, it is best to take the famous tram 28, the Santa Justa Lift or the Glória Lift.

In the district of Belém you can enjoy two emblematic places of Lisbon: the Jerónimos Monastery and the Belém Tower. The Square of Commerce and St. George’s Castle are two other must-see attractions in this city.