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Thursday, May 23, 2024

Radisson Lisbon: No Thank You

Radisson Lisbon Hotel Review is part of the #NoCollusion, No Albania for TPOL where I break my 100 country count mark. See the World Map for where I’ve been.


I was looking for a cheap points option for my final days. I chose the Radisson Lisbon and regret doing so. It was far from the city center and the delicious cod and far from the pop in pub crawl. The real problem with the hotel was the air conditioner that was not working despite the scorching summer heat. I would trade a suite accommodation for a working a/c anytime. I would also trade a hotel that is more centrally located for the free points stay. Perhaps I should’ve done more research regarding location, but this was the last stop on a tour that included more cities than I can remember. For that, I give myself a break. For you, I present the photos:

a room with a desk lamp and a picture on the wall a room with a tv and a table a toaster and glasses on a table a room with a painting and a desk a bed with white sheets and lamps a room with a bed and a desk and a mirror a shower with a glass door and a bathtub a group of white bottles on a white surface a bathroom with a sink and mirror

Radisson Lisbon Hotel Review
That’s not downtown I’m looking at.

Radisson Lisbon Hotel Review is part of the #NoCollusion, No Albania for TPOL where I break my 100 country count mark. See the World Map for where I’ve been.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. You were 4 miles from Praça do Comércio and the center. At least you were close to the airport. My stay was not any closer to downtown either – the Marriott on Av. dos Combatentes was almost as far.

    Did you have a chance to go to the Gulbenkian Museum? Royal palaces of Sintra? Azenhas do Mar? Casino Estoril? Cascais? Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of continental Europe?

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