Hotel Eurostars Das Letras is set in the centre of the city of Lisbon, Portugal. It lies 400 metres from the Botanical Gardens, 800 metres from Bairro Alto's restaurants and shopping, and 1.5 kilometres from the city's historic old town. Hotel Features.
This four storey hotel features modern architecture and has a gym where facilities include fitness equipment and a sauna. The 24 hour front desk has multilingual staff who can offer tour assistance, concierge services, and 24 hour room service. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in the air conditioned public areas and a porter is on hand to help with luggage. Conference spaces and business services are available. Parking is available nearby (surcharge).
Restaurant Das Letras serves Portuguese specialities and international dishes in a contemporary setting. Guestrooms.
The 107 guestrooms have contemporary decor in muted tones and designer furnishings. All are equipped with climate control, satellite television with pay movies, and complimentary wireless Internet access. Other standard amenities include safes, minibars, and refrigerators. Complimentary toiletries, hair dryers, and makeup mirrors are all provided.
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From Lisbon (Portela) International Airport (LIS):
Distance to Hotel Eurostars Das Letras is 7 kilometres, approximately 10 minutes' drive.
Getting there. Aerobus shuttle, number 91, runs between the airport, the city centre and the Cais do Sodre railway station every 20 minutes. Tickets cost 2 EUR for a single and 3.10 EUR for all day travel, and can be purchased on board. Public buses depart regularly for a variety of destinations in the city. A shuttle bus runs hourly to Estoril and Cascais, costing 8.50 EUR. Taxis cost 10 EUR to Lisbon city centre. There are extra fees for luggage and a 20 percent surcharge for night services. Prices are all subject to change.
Getting around. An integrated tram, bus, and metro system operates in Lisbon. Daily passes can be purchased for travel on public transport. Street elevators and funicular railways transport passengers to Lisbon's Bairro Alto. Ferries run between Lisbon and Cacilhas. Taxis are fairly inexpensive.
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