Hotel Lisboa is one of Macau’s oldest hotels with huge success during the 1980s and 1990s. Established in 1970, Hotel Lisboa is a landmark in the city and represents a vintage item in the middle of the city. Known for its distinctive architectural design showcasing a blend of Portuguese and Chinese décor with luxurious chandeliers and glittering mosaics, the hotel is an icon set within the heart of Macau. The hotel also showcases tycoon Stanley Ho’s extensive private collection of priceless art pieces.
Hotel Lisboa includes award-winning restaurants such as Japanese New Furusato, Guincho à Galera, Cantonese delight Portas do Sol, Noite e Dia Café, among others. Hotel Lisboa has an outdoor swimming pool with shade and lounging chairs. Accommodation includes bedrooms and also suites. This hotel also has a fitness room and a beauty salon.
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