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This is a gorgeous hotel in terms of design and has a cool and crisp modern Portuguese theme. The staff on reception were ok, the restaurant staff were very good and the rooftop bar staff were exceptional. Upgraded room was ok but had poor light...More
H10 Duque de Loule is one of the most well designed hotels I've seen in all my travels. The playful white and blue tile work throughout the hotel that mimics the city itself really adds a fun and vibrant feel to entire place.
The hotel has very good central location and fast free wi-fi. The rooms are well furnished. The service is bad - some days they clean the rooms some days not. For the evening they may make the room or not. The breakfast is my good....More
We made the H10 Hotel Duque de Loule our base during a two week visit to Portugal and Morocco. We flew to Lisbon and spent our first night at the hotel, then return for two more nights after a week in Morocco, and then spent...More
Beautiful hotel. Room 201 was lovely. It was well situated with a large sitting area but no views other than a small courtyard as we were below street level. Not located in Central Lisbon but close to subway and Hop on bus. The front desk...More
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I remember wandering around Lisbon and, you're right, it is a bit hilly, but I can't remember with any accuracy the gradient of the road on which the hotel is located. If I remember rightly, coming out of the hotel and... More
I remember wandering around Lisbon and, you're right, it is a bit hilly, but I can't remember with any accuracy the gradient of the road on which the hotel is located. If I remember rightly, coming out of the hotel and turning left you might be going downhill, whereas turning right you'd be going up, but I can't recall a strong gradient if I'm honest, although yes, other parts of the city are a bit of a climb, but it was January when I was there, I don't really remember it that well. And being able-bodied, if there was a slight hill I probably wouldn't have noticed it that much.