Older hotel but very clean.
Arthur | February 10, 2020
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.4|
|Distance to city center||1. Km|
|Nearest airport||Macau International Airport (MFM) - Macau|
|Distance to airport||4.8 km|
Check-in at Hotel Lisboa starts from 03:00 PM. Guests must check-out before 12:00 PM to avoid additional fees. You may request early check-in or late check-out as a special request through the booking form. This may be offered by the property, subject to availability. You are welcome to use the luggage storage provided by the Hotel Lisboa to store belongings prior to check-in, or after check-out. The hotel front desk operates 24 hours a day.
Guests can get around conveniently with the shuttle service provided by Hotel Lisboa. You can travel around in Macau easily with car hire available through the property; please inquire during check-in.
Breakfast is offered at Hotel Lisboa from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM. Hotel Lisboa serves continental, American and Asian breakfast. There is an additional charge of 150 HKD for adults, if not included in the room rate. You may save on breakfast costs with Agoda by booking a room with breakfast, which is often included at a discounted rate.
Hotel Lisboa has many in-house restaurants for hungry guests to dine-in. Guincho A Galera, Tim's Kitchen and Portas Do Sol offer tasty Chinese cuisine. You can also choose from a delicious array of menu choices including " la carte and course menu options.
Don't miss a chance to treat your taste buds to supreme snake bisque and crystal king prawn, must-try dishes highly recommended by the property.
Most notably, Guincho A Galera has received a Michelin star, and become the first Michelin star restaurant in Portugal.
Special events such as weddings may be hosted at Hotel Lisboa. The property has indoor venues that can hold up to 300 people.
Guests who are interested in hosting an event or celebrating a special occasion may let the property know directly in the Special Requests field on the booking form. The property will then reach out to you directly through the Agoda messaging system.
On-site venues and convenient event services make Hotel Lisboa an ideal choice for hosting events such as meetings and conferences. Audio-visual equipment is available to help make your business event a successful one.
Interested in hosting a business event? Let Hotel Lisboa know through the Special Requests section in the booking form. The property will be notified and reach out to you directly.
Designated smoking areas are provided at Hotel Lisboa for guests who smoke. There are both smoking and non-smoking floors available at Hotel Lisboa. Simply indicate your preference when booking on Agoda, and Hotel Lisboa will place you on the requested floor type.
"Special mention to the staffs namely, Spencer, Rene and Alex."
January 1, 2020
"Got free upgrade room, staffs are friendly and helpful."
January 12, 2020
"Free shuttle to/from airport and border from Zhuhai."
January 12, 2020
This first-rate property is situated in the central business district of Macau and built with distinct architecture, world acclaimed restaurants, and 24-hour entertainment. The Hotel Lisboa has earned its reputation as one of the finest casino hotels in Asia. The hotel boasts a vast variety of rooms and suites, each luxuriously furnished and fitted with modern amenities. For the business traveler there are meeting and conference rooms equipped with modern audio-visual equipment, ready for utilization. Guests must surely dine in the Michelin-starred restaurants, both serving a delightful treat of Chinese dishes. There are also additional options such as French, Japanese, and international cuisines to choose from within the venue.
"The classic king room has amazing tub and its working perfec..."
January 3, 2020
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-2 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 3-11 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 12 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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Extremely Luxurious Hotel with Excellent Service”
Must check in into Hotel Lisboa early,(11am to 12pm) so that you can ask for a higher floor with smoke free room.(Better View)Remember to bring additional($ HKD)as deposit to Hotel Lisboa.(Refunable Deposit) Hotel Lisboa is one of the Best Hotel, I stayed at in Macau. The room are medium size(Superior)but clean, smoke free with amenities including toiletries and bath accessories. There's complimentary mini bar fridge with free drink & free drink.(6 drink & 1 macau beer)Which can be refilled daily upon request.(All contents are free inside the mini bar fridge, but you must leave all the empty can you drink on the table. Enjoyed the massage shower with built in steam bath(Jacuzzi)& Hydrotherapy to soothe aching muscles after a day walk at bathroom. (Can ask house keeping for help if you do not know how to use.) Classic elegance & museum quality art display in the lobby throughout. Hotel Lisboa is right in the heart of Macau. Hotel Lisboa is walking distance to all the famous attractions. (Senado square,Sam Kai Vui Kun Temple, Holy Mercy of Macau, St Dominic's Church, ruin's of St Paul's Church & other. Hotel Lisboa Concierge was very helpful when we call for help. If you want to enjoy your Macau trips & see more of the city. You must do some homework. To check & find out from your friends where to go, where to eat, where to shop, which Casino or Hotel to Visit.Plan your jounery well. Restaurant Tip: Try the Dim Sum Restaurant on the 4 floor opposite Grand Emperor Hotel. Food Tip: Try the morning breakfast(Mixed pork porridge with pig blood) around/near senado square. Try the Magaret egg tart at ABCD building along the (Av. Do Infante Dom Henngue Road) Ask around if you do not know where.
A pleasant stay!!!”
This was my first trip to Macau. I went ahead and booked this hotel ignoring all reviews. 1) Free Hotel Transport from Macau Ferry Terminal - Pickup and Drop 2) Secured access - The LIFT service requires access card which grant access ONLY to the floor where the room is allocated and to the Lobby Floor. Guests access is restricted to other floors. 3) Wait time to check in - Minimum 15 minutes 4) I opted for non smoking room. Its well cleaned and maintained. Room service staff will be around the floor and helpful anytime. 5) Washroom(Toilet) inside the room is a key highlight and my favorite too - One would have to read the instruction carefully on the automated system prior to first bath. Shampoo, conditioner, bathing gel, body gel are made out of Jasmine. 6) Indoor swimming pool is well maintained. Not sure if there was an outdoor swimming pool. 7) Restaurants, bakeries, bank and shops are available inside the hotel. 8) Hotel Interior is also in the list of my favorite. 9) Staff at reception were very polite and courteous. 10) Good for family stay as well. 11) If you are a gambler, then that facility is available as well at the basement. I prefer to stay in the same hotel if I travel to Macau again. Thanks to Lisboa Hotel Management for the good deal and providing a pleasant stay. Note: 1) Opinion and expectation differs from individual to individual. The above said are my personal opinion about the stay in the hotel. 2) Lisboa hotel is the one I stayed. There is also another hotel called Grand Lisboa across the road. I guess the management is same. So don't get confuse while booking.
Huge room, best deal you can get”
Very easy to go around Macau, thanks to the free shuttle buses provided by the big hotels. While our room was not available for early check in (12nn), we immediately headed to the very popular Cafe e Nata by Margaret. Good thing I made some researches about Macau so finding this place was a breeze (just a few minutes walk from the hotel). Next were the hotels - Grand Lisboa, Galaxy, Venetian, Okura, City of Dreams. They were all great, with chatacteristics of their own. Aside from the casinos, Macau also has interesting sites, like the senado square, ruins of St Paul, Macau tower, Guia Fort, etc, find time to visit them too. On the hotel, I believe Lisboa offers one of the best, if not the best deal. We were upgraded upon check in. The room, while quite dated, is huge. Everything was comfortable. I particularly loved the look and luxurious feel of the bathroom (they actually have Hermes toiletries!). And lastly, all the items in the minibar are free!
Very nice hotel in a good location”
from what i've learned the lisboa is where it all started in macau. many years ago when people would talk about macau and gambling the lisboa was the well known name. the hotel has recently been renovated and is considered 5 star. from my travels i say it has all of the qualities of a 5 star hotel (i.e. 24 concierge, 24 room service, turn down service upon request) but the interior finishes still feel slightly dated. i come from seattle, washington usa and am used to 5 star hotels in vegas which have a more modern feel. but the lisboa was still an excellent hotel and very comfortable and great service. the part of town where the lisboa, the grand lisboa, mgm grand and the wynn are the "old" part of town and have a different feel than las vegas. it's a lot of very serious customers playing baccarat and pai gow, it's not the feeling you get in vegas. i spent the next night at the venetian which is the largest casino in the world and it is closer to the vegas feeling where people are having fun losing their money and aren't so up tight :)
Wonderful Room with Polite and Helpful Staff”
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! It was my 2nd time at Lisboa and this hotel certainly does not disappoint! Our flight arrived at 10am and we got an early check-in, as well as a late check-out due to a 6pm flight. The room was upgraded FOC, with a mesmerising view of Grand Lisboa. There are staff who speak English and Mandarin, so communication wasn't an issue. Room service came by daily to replenish toiletries and the free drinks in the mini-bar. The hotel restaurants were up to par. Tim's Kitchen is a one Michelin star Cantonese restaurant, my dinner for three cost approx USD 100. There is buffet dinner at Noite e Dia Cafe for MOP 220 (less than USD 30) whipping up local delights incl. roasted meats, dim sum, Japanese sashimi, pastas etc. Ask for a peep at the dishes - the waitresses are more than willing to let you do that! Great range of desserts - Macanese biscuit cake, mango pudding, creme brulee, chocolate fountain, macarons and much, much more! For Portuguese cuisine, try Guincho a Galera at level 3 - but long pants are needed for the gentlemen. The hotel is centrally located and is a 5-minutes walk from the famous Cafe e Nata egg tarts. From Hotel Lisboa, walk towards Grand Lisboa, cross another small road towards Lukfook Jewellery and disappear into the alley. Viola! You are now queuing with the crowd for egg tarts. Continuing in the same direction and walking down another 7 min or so gets you to the Town centre. In Macau, taxis are metered, so if a driver offers you a price before you board, ignore him. Hotel Lisboa will glady get you a cab - just ask the reception. To the airport, it costs MOP 60-70. Should you require to get to Zhuhai, China, obtain a ticket from any Hotel Lisboa casinos prior to queuing for the shuttle bus. The bus also carries passengers to the ferry terminal to cross over to Hongkong. Despite being one of the oldest luxurious hotel, Hotel Lisboa is well-maintained and definitely feels anything but old. Enjoy your stay here!
Best value in Macau city”
Rating 8.2 for this hotel is underrated. It should be 9.5 or higher. I've been coming to this hotel since 2002 when it was the biggest hotel/casino in Macau. Since then there were many other much bigger newer hotels build, but I will keep coming back to this hotel. For the value, it can't be beat. Thought the outside of this hotel looks dated, but the inside of the hotel had been updated. The room is a bit dated but still very comfortable. Love the free mini bar, breakfast buffet is great and dinner buffet is great. Price for dinner buffet is a bit spendy but cheaper than Sands and most other big hotels. One of the updated feature they have is security, which most of the 5 stars in Macau and Hong Kong don't have yet, is that when you scan your room key in the elevator, it will automatically select your floor for you and you can't push buttons to choose any other floor. The reception staffs, bell boys, concierges, restaurant staffs, housekeeping are surprisingly speak very good English and are very nice. Tippers, if you want to tip, you'll have to physically put your tips into the server's pocket on the uniform or the hotel/restaurant will keep your tip. The only thing bad about Macau as a whole is that the Mainland Chinese people that come to Macau are rude, loud, uneducated, and dirty. They are almost as American rude and as loud. Mainland Chinese people have no common courtesy and no common decency. It's easy to avoid the Americans in Macau or Hong Kong, but the Mainland Chinese people are everywhere, you can't avoid them. You can tell which people are native Macau people or Hong Kong people because they act civilize. You can hear the Mainland Chinese a mile away when they talk or you can hear them clearing their throat and spit a mile away.
Luxury without breaking the bank”
I have always stayed at Lisboa Hotel whenever I come to Macau, because for the price I pay, I get to enjoy a momentary sense of wealth and class, starting from the all you can drink beverages in the fridge for free, the modern Jacuzzi system in the bathroom, and the luxuriously decorated room décor. It is beside 2 very posh hotels/casinos: Wynn and Grand Lisboa but the rooms are way cheaper than those 2 hotels. Hotel Lisboa is also within walking distance to Margaret de Nata, one of the must eat egg tart places of Macau. Beyond that, you can walk to the Ruins of St Pauls which is really spectacular, and in between there are lots of eateries, shopping and other historical sites that I can visit. The hotel staff are okay, not very friendly but are professional in their services.
A very nice Hotel & really courteous Hotel Staff”
We had a pleasant stay at Lisboa Hotel. I definitely stay here again the next time we visit Macau. I am very mch pleased the way Lisboa Hotel Staff treat their guest. Too bad, I forgot to write down the name of those Lisboa Staff who made Our stay there truly commendable. Anyway, I am pretty sure to be back soon in Macau sometime in October and this time will write down the names of Lisboa Staff for commendation. They deserved to be mention in each review. Speciall the bellboy who assisted us all the to Complimentary Van that would brings us back to Macau Terminal.
Great, luxurious hotel with excellent location.”
I only had a short stay there, but would easily recommend it and would go back again. The hotel is luxurious and grand and not too expensive but quite reasonable in a city where accommodation is usually high-priced. It is also in a great location next to the Grand Lisboa and Wynn. We were given a great room with an excellent view. Thanks Hotel Lisboa staff! I also stayed on the Taipa Cotai strip, but prefer this side of Macau as this 'old' quarter of town has much more ambience, history and things to see. A few minutes walk from the hotel takes you into the Praça and the Largo do Senado offers you wonderful walks and places to see and shop. There is wonderful Portuguese architecture everywhere. From there you can see all the sights such as the the Ruins of St. Paul's church, Luís de Camões Garden, the fort etc. Also there are lots and lots of places to eat; there are crowds everywhere so you can just mingle and try what some the eateries are offering as a sample. And then of course there are the ubiquitous Portuguese "Pastéis de Nata", or Portuguese pastries or egg-tarts, as they're called here. Not quite as great as in Portugal, but pretty close! We had a dozen or more! We were there over Christmas and the Largo do Senado was beautifully lit up and had many decorations, plus a lot of live music. A great experience overall and I hope to be back one day.
We got a good first impression from them as we asked the staff whether the Q we were in was the shuttle bus from Macau Ferry Terminal to Hotel Lisboa as there is a very long Q. The staff asked whether we have a hotel booking & we have, he then showed us the way to take another shuttle bus which doesn’t have Q & I suppose is just for hotel guests. Upon check in, the reception staff helped us to upgrade our room for free and that was so nice of them. Their bellboy helped us bring our luggages to our room with us & showed us the mini bar & informed us everything in the mini bar is free. Their service is very good! All their staffs are friendly & approachable! Our room is very spacious & nice! It is so comfortable that we were reluctant to leave the room. Hahaa... When we needed directions to the Ruins of St Paul’s, their staff was very nice to bring us a map, explained & drew us the direction there. Again, they are really very nice, friendly & approachable! However, when we needed to take the bus to Macau Airport, we were guided & taken to the wrong place instead. We were brought to the Zhuhai borders instead. As our time is tight, we have no choice but to spend Hk$83 on taxi from the Borders to Macau Airport instead.
Value for money”
First of all. great service! I booked 2 East Wing Twin Rooms and got a complimentary upgrade to Tower Room for both rooms, which were really spacious. Complete in-room amenities available with free mini bar. The hotel looks old and dated, hence the lower price for a 5-star hotel. The casino is small but you can always head to Grand Lisboa next door if you want a better casino experience. They have a limited free shuttle service, especially for Macau Taipa Ferry Terminal. We arrived at 9:30 PM and the shuttle had stopped operating. We need to take a Wynn shuttle instead. However, the shuttle service to Macau Outer Ferry terminal was great. Location is great with walking distance to Senado Square and Ruins of St. Paul. Overall a great stay and will probably come back when we got a chance visiting Macau again.
Location is the best”
I love coming back to Macau, small country with many activities to be done. That's why choosing Lisboa is the best option...centrally located and easy to go to many places by walk or taxi. The hotel is huge and amazingly you can find many places to eat whitin the property. I was impressed that the room is specious. The hotel connection/ access to Grand Lisboa is also easy. Btw, I was sick on my 1st night, the staff Mike sent me to Public hospital. Waiting for all procedure done for one hour and sending me back to my room using wheelchair. I thanked him for extramiles he did for me. Never imagined to be sicked in a hotel when travelling. My mom requested to change room with a shower. On Day 2 we moved to new room. This type of room is only 2 units from almost 1000 rooms in this hotel. Thanks to the front office manager who really hard to find us a solution. Should I come vack to Macau in the future, I certainly will choose Lisboa again.
although lisboa is probably considered one of the smaller and older hotels of this side of macau, i want to say it is still releveant. the wynn, mgm, grand lisboa are all nearby and within in walking distance and are definitely the new macau with bigger hotels and casinos, but the original lisboa still has the classic charm of old macau. the rooms are great and the bathrooms are clean and classy although a little much on the green color, why are the bathrooms all green? the tile, the tub, the toilet, the sink... etc. also wireless internet in all the rooms and the free consessions.
my Lovely traveling”
My first trip to Macau. I was cautioned that the language is a BIG problem in this country. But to my surprise, I was welcomed by a very soft spoken and hospitable staff who spoke fluent english and made my check in a pleasure. Its truly a magnificient structure which illuminates with hundreds of thousands of LED bulbs in the night as the tallest and most recognisable structure in the main city of Macau. It is centrally located and has a variety of entertainment options within the premise of the hotel and the adjacent ( with a sky walk connection bridge & an underground subway) old Lisboa hotel. being a vegeterian, i had another fear that i will not have too many options in veg food, but the room service menu had a very decent Veg spread and I enjoyed the Mushroom Risotto to the fullest. The casino was never ending and the shows there made me feel like i was truly in Vegas!!!!
lovely hotel and services”
i stayed for two nights at lisboa hotel in standard room in east wing of the hotel on 15 february 2012 to 17 february 2012. i'm very satisfied with the hotel conditions which the room was very convienient. i like the bathroom very much which we can relax, and enjoy the bathtub which can be use for sauna and jacuzzi services.the hotel provide in room services for free for the compliment drink all items inside the fridge. the location of the hotel also very good. it's easy for us to anywhere in macau by staying in lisboa hotel. in future on my next trip to macau i will 100% will stay in lisboa hotel again.
Awsome hotel with great comfort and jacuzzi ”
we visited hotel lisboa from hotel ibis, hong kong and the rooms seemed huge!! it was a pleasure to get the view of macau from the 7th floor of the hotel. right from the ferry terminal we were greeted warmly by the driver to the hotel and then the porter was ready to help in all ways. the hotel room were spacious and the jacauzzi in the room was a delight. the casino in the hotel is small but the connecting bridge to grand lisboa casino is awsome. the swimming pool is small but staff is warm. the menu in room-service is good too with all kinds of cuisines 24hrs. the location too is good if u have to stay on macau island. taxiz are easy to get if one has to go to tapai island. cost of taxis around 60-80 mop.
The Lisboa never fails!”
Our stay at the Lisboa hotel was almost perfect. Our check in was smooth and we were upgraded to a bigger room (thanks!). Room was grandly spacious and the bathroom was absolute joy - there was a steam jacuzzi with massaging and audio functions and boy, you don't really want to get out! Our unit was on the 16th floor and we had a gorgeous view of the bridge and river. At night, the buildings are lit up which further adds to its old world charm. All in, if you want a real Macau experience, do try out Lisboa Hotel. You almost feel transported back in time but it was the very experience we had wanted to try when we booked this hotel. Looking at the wonderful upkeep of the hotel, we were surprised to know it is the oldest 5-star hotel in Macau.
great location with lovely service”
check in was quick and efficient. after booking the hotel through agoda, i sent an email to hotel lisboa requesting for additional needs such as high floor with scenic views and i was not disappointed. i added that it was my honey moon trip and was given a free upgrade to a royal suite from a standard west wing. a bus terminal is situated right in front of the east wing of hotel lisboa, making travelling around macau (even to coloane) extremely convenient. many tourist attractions on macau peninsula can be reach my foot given the prime location of the hotel. the bridge to taipa is situated next to the hotel. i had an awesome stay at the hotel, will definitely visit again!
affordable 5-star luxury”
The great thing about Hotel Lisboa -- apart from its obvious luxury -- is its location. Right beside the hotel is a stop for practically all the buses in Macau. If you ever get lost in Macau, just look for the golden lotus shape of its sister hotel, the Grand Lisboa, and you'll know the Hotel Lisboa is just beside it. Senado Square and all its charming side streets are only a brisk 5-minute walk away. The hotel staff are very friendly (well, almost all of them), and they will point out all the must-see spots in your map. If you don't have a map, they'll give you one, and a guide book to boot!
This 5 star hotel in the heart of the city of macau. Walking distance to senado, ruins, etc. If you were a filipino like us, walking distance to Jollibee. Thank you to the staff in the front desk for the free upgrade, rooms were neat and clean, the hermes toiletries i was surprise. Security guards bellman, and most of the staff that we met in the lobby were kind and courteous. Art deco of the hotel was awesome, the chandeliers. The hotel smells good. Thank you hotel lisboa for making our stay unforgetable, our view in our room was the macau tower.. Definitely staying here again and again..