- By Kevin
- On Dec 7, 2017
- Travel Tips
Lisbon is thriving,with new architectural projects and arts and cultural centers giving the city a revitalized feel.It’s impossible to escape the sense of being in the middle of something new that builds on(and still honors)the very old.Visit Lisbon in this winter,to have a relaxing family vacation in Lisbon may be a good choose.
Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Like the other Martinhal hotels,the Martinhal Chiado offers a Kid’s Club for children ages six months and up.There are regularly programmed themed activities for ages 2-5 and 6-9 on a daily basis whenever children of those ages are present at the hotel;the schedule for activities is posted both the hotel reception area and online at mymartinhal.com.(Depending on the season and age of child,these services my require a reservation and/or a fee.)A Pyjama Club is offered in the evening for dinner-time child care and is available nightly from 5:30-9:30PM;dinner is available for children staying in the pyjama club.
I did not try out any of the kitchen appliances;as I prefer not to cook when I travel.So,my daughter and I got our breakfast at the M Bar downstairs which offers a classic breakfast of eggs cooked to order,coffee or tea,fresh squeezed juice,pastries,cereal and fruit.This little eatery also serves a light lunch and snacks throughout the day to hungry families.
Martinhal Chiado has a great location,just a few blocks up from the river in Lisbon’s Chiado district about a 5-7 minute walk from the Baxia-Chiado Metro stop.