We stayed for a couple of day at the Eurostars Museum Hotel in Lisbon in late Sep. This is right by the river (a block away with a building between the hotel and the riverfront). We booked a simple doubleroom (with no view) and we got upgraded to a suite (with no view).
The lobby is small but reasonably well done. The highlights are the artifacts they discovered when excavating for the hotel (hence the name).
Suite itself was very functional, a real suite with a large living room. Nicely decorated with a wooden floor, large closet and TV, as you can see.We were out most of the time so didn't use it much.
The bedroom was also decent size and, again, with a wooden floor
The closet space was immense.And there was decent number of sockets on the bedside, though only Euro style sockets, not universal so we had to crank out the adapters.
Bathroom was huge with a full tub, twin sinks, separate shower (with rainshower head and telephone shower) and a separate WC. The height of the sinks were great and so was the size, perfect for making wudu. One issue was that the light switches were outside the bathroom so we couldn't use it at night without disturbing the partner.
The wooden floor would have been an issue for praying but the thickish carpet in the living room came to the rescue.
The included breakfast was typical european so mediocre. They did have a selection of vegetarian dishes but in general it was meat heavy.
The workout facilities were very good, decent sized gym with a selection of cardio and strength training equipment and a good looking indoor pool.