Pets not allowed.
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Based on 90 reviews
the location is good. seems to hear some recent improvements, but sound insulation does not allow for a night's rest. doors to knock and noise from outside are very intense. Finally the shared bathroom does not have a large privacy.
Not for the fainthearted!
We did not know that this establishment is a residential hotel. Not for the traveler, as your other guests are contract workers sitting in the breakfast room with you with dirty overalls and using the same bathroom as you. For the €50 per night, this was not really nice. For a family with kids, it would have been horrible. Everything, including the breakfast, was average. Friendly staff, though.
Slightly grim, but isn't that what you are (not) paying for?
If you want a decent hotel with your own bathroom, a bit of decor in the rooms, and a few luxuries, don't stay here: you won't like it. Very dated, in an area of town with not much going on; sharing the bathroom is particularly unpleasant. However, it is cheap, has free parking (if you can find a space) and is close to public transport, and to Lisbon airport (which is why were there). Wouldn't recommend for a nice holiday or for more than a few days, but is somewhere basic to lay your head - but make sure you know what you are letting yourself in for. Wouldn't choose there myself again particularly, though.
Dated but acceptable
We could hear banging doors most of the night but it may have been that our floor was very busy and we were opposite the shared bathroom. There are not many shared showers and the one in our section did not have water some times. Having only really used the hotel to sleep in I cannot complain for the price it was clean and comfortable enough.
Shower curtains used as curtains.
We have being travelling around Portugal for 2 weeks, and the Jardim de Amadora is by far the most basic accommodation we have stayed in. We walked into our room it was very basic, the head of the bed was titled down, had shower curtains as curtains, and one of the outside window blinds were broken,the wind blew through the gap in the windows. The two bedside lights didn't work, would have being nice if they had worked, as the main light was very dim, once we found the bathroom, which needs a good makeover, the shower doors don't close, no shower mat, which makes the floor slippery. Proper curtains would make a better first appearance to the room. Breakfast very basic, but did the job. We read on the back of our room door that you had to buy internet, the guy at the reception didn't offer any other information about internet at all, so believed this as being true, as we didn't have internet on our phones couldn't check back on our booking, Now looking back at our confirmation it said there was free wifi. So make sure you ask about it at front desk, as they don't offer it to you.