If you walked past the Castilho street in 2015, you probably didn't notice a hotel was being renovated.
Indeed, even if you stayed in the hotel at that time, you may not have noticed. The Altis Grand Hotel makeover was both silent and effective, and drew very little attention. It was a needed change at a time when competition and demand levels spiked, forcing veteran contenders to move into the 21st century. The Altis Grand Hotel renovated its (300) rooms, making them lighter and more comfortable, including new technology and large bathrooms. If you knew the “old” Altis, you will be amazed by the Spa, the renovation's masterpiece, with its swimming pool, Turkish baths, sauna e treatment rooms.
The D. Fernando restaurant suggests Portuguese traditional cuisine, with a strong emphasis on fresh fish from Portugal's coastline. If you want a broader range of options, go up to the Campo de Ourique district and walk around until you find something that catches your fancy. For instance, if you want to try one of Lisbon's best steaks, go to the Ferreira Borges street and look for the namesake snack-bar; for the full experience, take a seat at the counter.
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Rua Castilho, 11