Families staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon will enjoy staying the heart of the city. The hotel offers spacious suites that are perfect for families. All of the hotel’s one-bedroom suites can be converted into two-bedroom suites. The hotel also accommodates families by offering adjoining rooms. The Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon allows children under 18 to stay in their parent or guardian’s room for free. Other family-friendly amenities include a children’s program, babysitting, an indoor pool, in-room DVD players and more. Families can dine at one of the two restaurants located inside the hotel, or they may opt for in-room dining. The hotel is located near a number of attractions in Lisbon, including the Lisbon Zoo, the Lisbon Oceanarium, the Badoca Safari Park, the Sintra Toy Museum, the Knowledge Pavilion, the Maritime Museum, the Gulbenkian Planetarium and more. For families wanting to explore everything Lisbon has to offer, the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is the perfect hotel to use as a home base.
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- Children under 18 stay free
- Spacious suites
- Children's program and babysitting available
- Children Programs
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
We stayed at the hotel for one night as a layover after a trip to Morocco. We have stayed at many Four Seasons around the world, and this one was a little dated and just not at the same level of luxury as other Four Seasons. Our room was very big and the hotel was clean, quiet, and comfortable, with very friendly staff in reception, bar area and elsewhere. We were told that this is the best hotel in the city, but I wished we had stayed closer to where the action is in terns of shopping and dining options. If you want a very nice hotel stay, then book this hotel, but do not expect the level of luxury you typically get at a Four Seasons.
by Michael M
the hotel is awesome, food is great, everyone is very nice to deal with ,
room was awesome, great views , they worked very hard to make sure your stay there was great, very helpfull on places to go and see