Sheraton Lisboa Hotel & Spa
(351)(21) 3120000
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(351)(21) 3547164
Rua Latino Coelho, 1 · Lisbon1069 · Portugal 
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Club Rooms

74 spacious and design Club rooms, featuring a privileged location on the upper floors of the hotel with astonishing views over Lisbon and the Tagus river. Club guests also have access to the Club Lounge, a relaxing, upscale space with an unparallel range of complimentary services.

  • Located in the Club Level - upper floors of the hotel (20th - 25th) with fantastic views over the city, these are spacious rooms with 62 sqm
  • Independent living room with 31 sq, meters, LCD Bang & Olufsen TV and bathroom
  • Preferred rooms located on the top floors (20th - 25th) with 31sqm
  • Breakfast included (Buffet at the Lobby Bistro or Continental at the Club Lounge)
  • Upgraded amenities; free bottled of water and complimentary fitness center access
  • Special access to the Club Lounge with complimentary breakfast, snacks and a variety of beverage options during the whole day, happy hour in the afternoon with hors d'oeuvres, newspapers and magazines. Get connected with free access to computers, printer and high speed internet
  • Late check-out until 4:00 pm (subject to availability)
  • 1 free parking space
  • Design furniture and floor in dark wood
  • Closet and luggage walk-in area
  • LCD TV Bang & Olufsen
  • One queen size bed or two twin Sheraton Sweet SleeperTM Beds
  • Bathroom with white marble floor, glass window, sinks in black marble Saint Laurent and XL bathtub with shower
  • Shine by Bliss amenities
  • Delta Express coffee machine
  • Electronic scale
  • Individual climate control
  • Cable and satellite TV with interactive menu to check messages, make check-out and use Pay TV
  • High Speed Internet (cable and Wi-Fi)
  • Blackout curtain
  • Spacious working table
  • Direct telephone line and voice-mail
  • Electronic safe with capacity to storage a laptop
  • Turndown service