Airports in Portugal - Rating of restaurants
Restaurants at airports in Portugal
Rating of Airports in Portugal - Restaurants
|Code||City||Name||Overall Rating||Number of Reviews|
|PDL||Ponta Delgada Airport||Nordela||4.0||15|
|SMA||Santa Maria Airport||Vila Do Porto||3.5||2|
|PXO||Porto Santo Airport||Porto Santo||2.2||4|
Latest reviews of restaurants at airports in Portugal
Porto Airport (Porto) , 19/01/2011
We checked in online and on arrival at the airport used the drop off point. As my husband is 6ft 5" we asked if we could change our seats for an emergency exit which the duly did. The airport was well signposted, the people were were friendly helpful and security was quick. Within the departure lounge there were Free Internet Access, free wifi, children's play area and also music entertainment (at specified times), plus various shops, coffee bars etc. Once we had cleared and purchased our tax free items we then waited at our designated depature gate. Here there were some comfortable resting chairs where you could put your feet up and have a sleep if required or watch the planes coming and going as the airport is all glass windows. Here there was also a coffee bar and tax free shop. The toilets were also clean with ample space (not small and cramped).As this airport is announcement free there is it is up to each individual to ensure that they read the departure board which is found as you come down the stairs to the departure hall. However it is up to each individual to check where they are going and I found that there were not enough departure screens in the main departure lounge. A few more screens dotted around would have been helpful.Overall I was very impressed with the efficiency and also the cleanliness of the is airport.
Lisboa Airport (Lisbon) , 08/02/2010
Very clean and organized. Good offering of duty free shops and food stalls/restaurants.
Lisboa Airport (Lisbon) , 29/11/2012
always such a long way to walk, a person around to help anyone elderly would be a help!!
Lisboa Airport (Lisbon) , 19/07/2012
I had a relatively early flight, and had to be in the airport at 5 pm, but there was no means of public transportation that I could find out about, so was forced to pay for a taxi- I would have liked to avoid that. In most capitals you have transportation running from about 4, 5 am- could this be used at least for the airport? Also, I arrived there at 5 am only to find out that my flight had been pushed 3 hours ahead. I urgently needed to announce this to my office back home, and as it was too early to reach anyone by phone before my plane left, so I looked for an internet connection. The aiport has dismantled all public access computers, so only someone with a smartphone or their own computer can actually access internet. This is quite an exception from any other aiport where Iīve personally been, and it left me with the impression that Lisbon aiport is either discriminating against their guests, or is simply not prepared to offer quality services ( I find internet access to be essential for any traveller, while carrying a computer when travelling is a question of travellerīs option and not a self-understood condition). Due to this, and due to the delay and confusion that followed in announcing it, I found my stay in the airport to be stressful and unpleasant. In general I would rate it as a second-rate aiport.