Hotel Lisboa is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Frederikshavn, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Hotel Lisboa, visitors can check out Frederikshavn Kirke (2.6 km) and Krudttaarnet (2.7 km), some of Frederikshavn's top attractions.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge, newspaper, and outdoor furniture, and you can go online as Hotel Lisboa offers guests free wifi. Guests are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While visiting Frederikshavn, you may want to try some burritos at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Empire.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular monuments and statues, such as Bolten, Tordenskjold, and Brysterne.
Enjoy your stay in Frederikshavn!
After having read the descriptions, we were not surprised. The hotel is situated behind a gas station/ car dealership and has the rooms located "motel style" in a 2-storey building behind the main building. The rooms are newly renovated and offer, in my view, all you need to overnight. The pillows were a bit too thin and small for my taste, but that is my taste. The hotel offers a complimentary breakfast which worked fine, even in "Corona times" - nothing fancy, but a good start in the day.
We stayed here during our latest holiday trip to Northern Jutland. We were not expecting much, but what we found was pleasantly surprising. The place was clean, service was great and I recommend taking the time for the the complimentary breakfast as it is worth it. If you are staying on the side closest to the car lot, expect car wash noises late into the night if your windows are open.
Perfect place to overnight if you are on a driving holiday. Rooms are very clean and nice. Staff are very pleasant and try their best. The hotel is behind a petrol station and in amongst car dealerships. There is no shuttle bus. Just the local bus service. The restaurant is also closed for the summer. The picture of the beach in the photos section is misleading, it’s a distance away. There is not much else beside a clean bed to recommend the hotel. People without a car are best to stay in town.
It's is a transit hotel, located at less than 5 min from the Port of Frederikshaven. +If you plan to take to boat in Frederikhaven early morning, this is the place to sleep + basic, though complete, breakfast, served from 6:30 onward (excelent if you want to catch your boat + There are some bikes you can you to visit downtown (10 min on bike) - in the middle of an industrial terrain, don't expect much to visit nearby Price/qualit, this is a good place to spend the night before taking your boat.
I've nothing against this hotel (except perhaps for the thin walls); it's very convenient for the ferry terminal, a 30 min walk into town, is comfortable enough, spacious, with easy parking, and has a delightful breakfast room. My only complaint would be the cost. I've stayed in countless 4/5 star hotels in major eurpoean city centres for less than I paid for this extremely basic (2 beds and a table/chair) 'motel'. I can only assume that Danish hotels are either unusually costly - even for Scandinavia, or those in this area are taking advantage of a captive customer base of ferry travellers who have little choice but to pay what's asked. Either way I would expect somewhere of this standard, as satisfactory as it was, to be an awful lot cheaper.