All services in this unique hotel located in
downtown Lisbon were conceived to help you get the most of your stay in the city. Here you'll get
jogging tracks suggestions to explore the city in the best possible way: on foot and in shape. Warm up in the hotel
gym and set off to discover 2, 5, 8 and 10-km tracks. Then stretch out with an exercise plan designed by Cristiano Ronaldo.
At the bar you will find several
HD TVs and a
huge giant screen to follow the world's major sporting events. Play a premium pegball match while
DJs cheer up the venue. Here you can also enjoy unique and exclusive experiences by taking interactive pictures with the Juventus star, which will turn your friends, acquaintances and followers into likes.
hotel's customized tuk-tuks can take you on a trip to some of the capital's must-see secrets, which our CR7 ambassadors are prepared to disclose. After exploring the best rooftops, the
liveliest streets, the most
eclectic vintage shops and the places where locals prefer to enjoy their late afternoons, book an in-room
Magic Spa massage or visit the
Pestana Palace or
Pousada de Lisboa spas. The energizing or relaxing treatments will help you have a truly galactic stay in Lisbon.
5 THINGS YOU CANNOT MISS AT PESTANA CR7 LISBON:
brunch in Lisbon - or Portugal - can compare to this one. Sliders and Pressed Eggs, Eggs Beni and Avocado on Toast, Chorizo Crumble and all the omega-3 of Smoked Salmon provide you with the nutrients and energy you need to explore the steep climbs of
Alfama, Chiado and Bairro Alto. The Bloody Marys and Mimosas, to the rhythm of loud and lively music, help extend a holiday and party feeling you usually associate with beach destinations. But this time you have all that in
one of the oldest European capitals.
2. The Bistro's Authentic Food
Bistro of the CR7 Corner offers
typical Portuguese flavors, yet very different from "very typical" regional food. There are no fusions or reinterpretations, just the utter refinement of the
most iconic flavors, presented a in simple, unpretentious way. Good ingredients, great flavors and a fine selection make every meal at the Bistro a winning game. And the best part is that you can bring as many players as you want: more chances to taste everything we have to offer.
3. A millennium of history at your doorstep
Portuguese people love
Downtown Lisbon, but very few can afford to live there. Here you are just a
few steps away from Praça do Comércio, the largest and most important square in the country. To your left you'll find the
Alfama's Fado, the steep streets leading to the
Castle, and a piece of history in every cobblestone leading to
Graça. To the right you'll find
Ribeira das Naus, Cais do Sodré and, further ahead,
Belém and its testimonies to the Era of Discoveries. In front of you, the vast
Tagus river never fails to offer brightness and stunning views. Make the most of the
prime location and access to Lisbon offered by
4. A walking distance from the hippest area in Lisbon
Urban culture is Lisbon's big boom. From a city that listened to
Fado and worshiped traditional cobblestone pavement, a new capital was born - one that interprets ephemeral art and reinvents traditional materials. Visit and explore the
redeveloped areas of Intendente and Mouraria, where
multiculturalism and artistic performances show you another side of Lisbon. Fado is now a wall you can't miss, and Amalia is not only heard on the streets but also seen on the cobblestone pavement. You won't find anything like this anywhere else in the world.
5. Nightlife in Bairro Alto and Cais do Sodré
The Pink Street is not old, but it's already mythical. The liveliest night scene was born in the city's old port area, with many
different kinds of bars. From door to door, you may end up in an old sailors' bar or listen to the most recent electronic music. The
old boarding houses become the new clubs, in a
where everyone feels welcome. Bairro Alto's tradition remains the same, together with its bohemian pedigree. Enjoy Lisbon's
warm evenings and experience
nightlife as locals do: out on the street.