People in Lisbon work hard, and anybody who says otherwise is lying.
If you need proof, just look at the huge number of hotels catering to overnight business travellers. You might expect such hotels to slack off on service, considering their guests are in for short stays, but that is not the case: they are often the ones that work harder to get repeat customers. SANA Capitol wants to be a home away from home that pampers businesspeople on them move with a little family-style comfort. Its 59 rooms come in neutral colours with modern furniture and designer lamps that provide an interesting light show. Black and yellow are prevalent in the bar and the lobby, the breakfast room has red leather sofas.
The C Bar Food and Drinks Lounge serves drinks, cocktails, and light meals. There are good dining alternatives in the Avenida da Liberdade, five minutes away. If you are looking for more affordable places, walk a little longer down to the city centre and you will find a considerably larger number of restaurants for all price ranges.