Location & Contact
Located in the heart of Lisbon, right at the beautiful Praça da Alegria, Hotel Alegria is the ideal gateway while you are visiting one of the most charismatic and vibrant cities in Europe. Our hotel is nestled in a beautifully renovated historic building dating back to 1865.
Closeby, you will find Lisbon’s most beautiful and eclectic neighborhoods, including Príncipe Real, which is considered by Lisbonians to be one of the most fascinating areas in the city. The fashion shops and the terraces of Baixa and Chiado are only a short stroll away.
Our hotel also offers easy access to public transport, such as buses or the metro. The metro ride to Lisbon International Airport takes about 25 minutes.
Arriving and Parking at our Hotel
When arriving at Hotel Alegria, you can park in front of our hotel to check in, and drop off your luggage. There is 24hrs long-term parking nearby as indicated in the map below, just a few minutes walk away. If you would like to make reservations, please contact Parque Mayer, +351 21 116 3060, online, or speak with our team, which is happy to assit you.
To make a reservervation at Hotel Alegria, or receive more information about our services, please contact us on +351 213 220 670 or use the form below.
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