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Visiting Lisbon for business or need a private hotel room to work on the go without the distractions of other guests? Whether you want to treat yourself to a spot of luxury or just need a breather from co-living spaces and hostels, one of Lisbon’s top hotels for professionals has all the facilities you need for a comfortable break. And with so many rooms available for under EUR 150 per night, there’s no need to deplete your savings to enjoy a touch of exclusivity.
At the best affordable hotels for business travellers in Lisbon, you can to expect to find delicious onsite restaurants, fully equipped health clubs and modern meeting rooms. Many high-value accommodation options include stylish upper-floor guest rooms with balconies that offer sprawling cityscape views. Some hotels boast premium facilities such as libraries, swimming pools, spas and creative hubs.
Regardless of which hotel you choose, you’ll be able to log on to complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, get a good night’s sleep in a spacious and comfortable bed, and relax with gadgets such as flat-screen TVs with cable channels. You’ll be within walking distance of at least one metro station and plenty of top-rated Lisbon attractions. You’ll also be just a short taxi or public transport ride from the airport.
Located on the doorstep of the Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport, the 4-star Meliá Lisboa Aeroporto hotel is home to high-end facilities that make it just as suitable for long-term stays as quick layovers. Besides a spa, two pools and a health club, the Meliá has a highly rated restaurant and plenty of relaxing communal spaces.
At the premium spa, you’ll find a Turkish bath, a sauna and a range of massage and Vichy beauty treatment rooms. There’s also an indoor swimming pool as well as a seasonal outdoor pool with a bar. You can stay on top of your exercise regime at the fully equipped health club. Hire a personal trainer if you want to make wellness a priority of your trip. Prefer to exercise in privacy? You can work out in your hotel room with the new Virtual Personal Trainer service.
For dinner, grab a table at Colinas de Lisboa, the hotel’s banquet-style restaurant with enough seating and menu variety for up to 180 guests. Here, you can dig into a hot and cold breakfast buffet until 10:30 (11:00 on weekends). For casual drinks, snacks and bites such as burgers and sandwiches, pull up a chair at the Terminal Bar.
In the Meliá Room, premium furnishings and fixtures range from a queen-sized bed to Rituals bathroom amenities. The upgraded Premium Rooms feature a work area with a desk, chair and coffee maker. All guest rooms have modern, soundproofed designs that allow lots of natural sunlight to brighten up the space. You’ll also have access to high-speed Wi-Fi, room service and a telephone. When you want to relax, you can watch your LCD TV and enjoy a few drinks from the minibar.
Prices for a standard Meliá Room start at EUR 106 per night. A Premium Room will set you back at least EUR 123 per night, but the additional amenities make it a high-value choice for business travellers.
The Holiday Inn Lisbon lies within ten minutes’ walking distance of three metro stations (Saldanha, Alameda and Campo Pequeno), making it an ideal base for exploring the city. For digital nomads and business travellers, the hotel’s rooms feature dedicated workspaces and high-speed Wi-Fi. You’ll also have access to seven meeting rooms plus a host of leisure facilities.
During summer (May–September), one of the Holiday Inn Lisbon’s main draws is the rooftop pool and adjacent Highview Bar, which provides unobstructed views of Lisbon’s cityscape. For a slightly more formal dining experience, head to Lounge 28 on the ground floor for tasty Portuguese and Mediterranean dishes. Throughout the day, Lounge 28 doubles up as an ideal place to work. You can visit the mini gym if you want to work up a sweat.
When it comes to sleeping arrangements, you have five different types of guest room to choose from, the most economical being the Double Bed Standard, with nightly rates starting at just over EUR 125 per night. You can expect to pay a little over EUR 150 per night for a Standard Room with a city view. Nightly rates for the King Bed Suite – the most luxurious accommodation option – start at around EUR 200 (learn more about Lisbon’s most luxurious hotels for business travellers).
Situated in Lisbon’s striking Avenidas Novas district (formerly the São Sebastião da Pedreira parish), the 5-star Real Palácio occupies a former palace, with some sections of the building dating back to the 17th century. Facilities such as premium meeting rooms and complimentary Wi-Fi make the Real Palácio popular with business travellers. For leisure, you’ll have access to a health club, a bar, and a restaurant that serves high-end Portuguese cuisine.
Almost guaranteeing a cosy night of deep sleep, the 147 guest rooms at Real Palácio are decorated in warm, autumn and Bordeaux tones, each featuring gadgets including a mini bar, flat-screen TV and a king-sized bed. The Superior Rooms come with the added benefit of a patio that offers views of Lisbon’s cityscapes. For the epitome of luxury, choose one of the 12 historic rooms in the ancient Palace.
You can prepare yourself for a day of exploring the city with a breakfast buffet at Real Restaurante. For dinner, reserve a table at the Real Cozinha Restaurante-Bar, which has an outdoor patio and a terrace. The Real Sports Bar provides an ideal setting to catch up on the latest scores and kick back with a cold beer. And you can work off those cold ones and pub grub at the Health Club, where you’ll find a jacuzzi, sauna, gym and steam room.
Need to impress a few new prospects? There are five meeting rooms with a maximum capacity of 230 guests. You can also host visitors on the patio to make the most of the enviable climate.
Book a stay at the Real Palácio a couple of months in advance, and you can snag a Standard Room for as little as EUR 129 per night during summer – even cheaper in winter. Generally, nightly rates at the Real Palácio tend to fall between EUR 135 and 270.
Situated inside a renovated 18th-century building with a pistachio green façade, the retro-meets-contemporary Browns Central Hotel boasts gadget-filled designer guest rooms and a plethora of luxurious leisure facilities. On top of being a top-rated 4-star hotel, Browns Central has become a creative hub for the locals. It’s also an excellent base for exploring Lisbon, located just 130 metres from the Baixa-Chiado metro station.
Each of the hotel’s 84 guest rooms features a unique interior décor, brought to life by renowned designers such as BestLite, Artemide, and Charles and Ray Eames. Decorative touches include marble bathrooms, modern furnishings and real wooden floors. For entertainment and relaxation, you’ll have gadgets such as a smart TV, a Bluetooth MediaHub system and a Nespresso coffee machine.
In the morning, you can fill up on a simple but delicious breakfast buffet. In the evenings, both the hotel’s bar and Brown’s Brasserie double up as venues for local artists, frequently hosting live readings and musical performances. When you need a quieter spot to knuckle down, grab a seat in the trendy lounge/library, which features a mix of vintage and contemporary furnishings, back-lit bookshelves, leather benches and retro upholstered chairs.
All the rooms at Browns Central Hotel are on the compact side, but their chic and practical design, wide variety of amenities and designer looks make up for their small size – and their prices only make them more appealing. An Interior Double Room can cost as little as EUR 113 per night. Rooms with a city view tend to cost between EUR 150 and 200. Junior Suites and Master Suites cost at least 200 and 300, respectively, though they’re equipped with extras such as Mac computers.
With single rooms available for as little as EUR 75 per night, Hotel Principe Lisboa is one of Lisbon’s top-rated 3-star hotels for solo travellers. Just a stone’s throw from the hotel is the São Sebastião interchange station, which will get you to the city centre in around 15 minutes and the airport in just over 20.
Besides its high-value prices and convenient location, Hotel Principe Lisboa is a solid accommodation option thanks to its simple but cosy guest rooms and basic business facilities that include meeting rooms and a business centre.
Handy for those who need to work on the go, the guest rooms at the Principe Lisboa feature light oak furniture, a desk and complimentary Wi-Fi, plus practical amenities that include a tea and coffee maker, a fridge, a TV with cable channels, and ironing facilities.
You can treat yourself to the free continental breakfast buffet until 10:30 every morning. When you want to kick back and mingle with hotel guests, order drinks and snacks from the stylish bar, where you’ll find well-lit tables that are ideal for browsing the web on your laptop.
On top of being a quick metro ride from Lisbon’s city centre, the Hotel Principe Lisboa is a short walk from many popular attractions – Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Jardim Amália Rodrigues and Eduardo VII Park are less than a kilometre away.
Nightly rates for a Single Room start at EUR 75–80 but can rise as high as EUR 175 during busy periods. Compact but comfortable rooms with an extra-large double bed are available for as little as EUR 116 per night.
Located between the vibrant districts of Principe Real and Bairro Alto, the 3-star Hotel Botânico is a simple but spotless hotel that’s popular with solo travellers. While the warm-toned guest rooms contain all the basics for a cosy stay, the downstairs lounge provides you with a stylish place to work, sample local wine and read international newspapers. You’ll also be treated to a complimentary breakfast of breads, fruits, yoghurts and cereals during your stay.
The hotel takes its name from the neighbouring Botanical Garden of Lisbon (Jardim Botânico de Lisboa). Less than a five-minute walk away is the Avenida metro station, allowing you to explore the city with ease, though you’ll find plenty of historical landmarks, restaurants and nightlife spots on the hotel’s doorstep, particularly along the Avenue of Liberty (Avenida da Liberdade).
While there are a multitude of local hotspots and tourist attractions within walking distance, it’s worth noting that the hotel sits about half way up a slightly steep road with narrow pavements.
After a day of exploring, you can rest in a comfortable, soundproofed room that comes with gadgets such as a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a minibar and free Wi-Fi. Decorative touches include hardwood or parquet floors, a desk and earthy colours. Choose a superior room on the upper floors for city views.
Nightly rates at the Hotel Botânico can be as low as EUR 100, though they usually fall between EUR 130 and 160.
The traditionally styled SANA Rex Hotel boasts an incredible location in the city centre of Lisbon, right next to Eduardo VII Park (Parque Eduardo VII) – the guest rooms on the middle and upper floors offer sprawling views over this pristine greenspace. During your stay, you can dig into a delicious complimentary breakfast. You can also browse the web and stay on top of work by connecting to the hotel’s free Wi-Fi, and there’s ample space to set up your laptop.
Paying homage to Lisbon’s art scene at the hotel’s entrance is an authentic work of art by award-winning Portuguese sculptor, Lagoa Henriques. You’ll see more traditional touches in the Cozinha D’El Rey Restaurant, where you’ll be surrounded by exposed wooden columns and beams while digging into your breakfast buffet.
From 11 am until midnight, you can relax, watch sports, order light bites, drink cocktails and log on at the Lobby Bar. Or, you can get out and explore the city – the Marquês de Pombal Square and the Avenida da Liberdade are just two minutes away on foot.
If you need to host a presentation while you’re here, the SANA Rex Hotel has one meeting room that offers exceptional views of Lisbon and enough space for up to 60 guests.
Views are what set the guest rooms at SANA Rex apart – they extend as far as the Tagus river on clear days. Choose a room with a balcony if you want to bask in the cityscape under the Portuguese sun. Over summer, you can usually reserve a basic Double or Twin Room for around EUR 150 per night, though prices can fall as low as EUR 100. Add EUR 10–20 for a basic room with a balcony.