Martinhal Lisbon Chiado Family Suites
Is situated in the center of Lisbon. Constructed in a 19th century townhouse, the 37 stylishly designed suites are fully equipped for self catering with little children. The monumental child’s club remains open late, offering regular pajama parties.
Lining among Chiado’s narrow streets that runs down to the Tagus River, this district brims with Lisbon’s soul. A brief stroll down the mountain brings you into the enormous, freshly refurbished, Mercado da Ribeira where lots of Portugal’s greatest chefs have stalls. The airport is a 25 minute drive away.Style & character9 / 10
Interior designer, Dagny Bain, has made a treasure trove for kids with older Superman cartoons on the walls, and Tin-Tin images and automobiles dangling from the ceiling. Fabrics are cheerful; cushions using monkeys eating bananas sit on white clad bunk-beds and wall colors are bold from peacock blue to warm reds. Because of the era of the construction each room differs, whilst downstairs, first, arched, exposed brick ceilings direct to one children’s den into this tented crèche. The entire is comfy and detail driven together with the numerous modern artwork pieces especially made giving a exceptional atmosphere.
Service & facilities
The children’s facilities are second to none in the funding. Three enormous rooms have been equipped to accommodate various ages beginning with all the crèche from six weeks to 2 years (free in low season November to March; $25 (#22) per two weeks in high season) at which lime-green fatboy bean bags anticipate below a tented ceiling. There’s a climbing wall for older kids, endless arts and crafts activities and Playstations and Xboxs. Service is exceptional with young, friendly employees and also a infant concierge with whom you may pre-book any baby gear you could need.
In most configurations that the 37 studio flats and rooms offer all you might desire when travelling with kids from high seats to loo chairs, from pots and pans to washing machines, plus a completely equipped kitchen. Colours are cheerful and vibrant from orange couches into green seats, to reddish walls and daring artwork on the walls. Most flats have bunk beds, some 2 bedrooms, with one with two single beds. In certain the kitchen is another room, in many it is open plan. Bathrooms are clad in moleanos blue limestone tiles also have baths with showers over. Amenities are Voya.
Food & drink8
The M Bar Family Café will provide breakfast at a straw basket when needed, but do not miss their beautiful area where windowseat markets enable you to relish the scrambled eggs with a opinion. Open till 10 pm, it serves a tempting collection of quiches and cakes, pastries and cakes and local wines.
Worth for money
Double rooms from $200 (#173) in low season; and out of $300 (#260) at large. Breakfast excluded, but available at $15 (#13) per adult and $7.50 (#6.50) per child (three-12). Free Wi-Fi.
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