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Hotels and Restaurants in Lisbon

We will be visiting Lisbon in May, 2023. What are some reasonably priced and centrally located hotels and good restaurants in Lisbon? What are airport transfers and costs? jjkc

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The airport is close to the city. Take the metro or a taxi.
We rented an apartment for ten days so am not too familiar with hotels. A reasonable restaurant is Pinóquio on Praca los Restoradores.

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We stayed at Hotel Lisboa Plaza on our RS Portugal Tour. It was centrally located and close to restaurants. Many of our tour group enjoyed A Gina for dinner. Located behind the hotel area and highly recommended.
We took a taxi for transfer from airport. Perhaps this will meet your budget: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwigorztiun8AhVNpFsKHWCaBbcQFnoECA4QAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Flisbonheritagehotels.com%2Flisbon-plaza-hotel%2F&usg=AOvVaw30YIuep2TmM5bfoRw39xae Enjoy your stay in Lisbon!

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I really like booking.com to do research. You can then book your hotel on booking or go directly to the hotel website.

I am very happy with the hotel that I booked thru booking for Lison. I will check out my booking and get back with you.

The name of my hotel is : Be Poet Baixa Hotel

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The RS Guidebook has all the answers you need. Lisbon has the easiest transportation to and around the city that I've experienced. You can take the metro from the airport, Uber, taxi, or bus.
They are very tourist-friendly there. Make sure you bring your walking shoes for those hills.

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We were in Portugal in December and one of the best meals we had the entire time was at PIGMEU RESTAURANT - Rua 4 de Infantaria, 68 1350-274 Lisbon, Portugal. https://www.pigmeu.pt/

Every dish features some form of pork - even dessert! Highly recommended. It was a short taxi ride from where we were staying - Hotel Blue Liberdade.