Stayed here in 2003 and it cost €39. An absolute bargain. Went back this year and it was less than €60 a night for the two of us. Despite not looking like the photos on the website I would still wholeheartedly recommend this hotel. This hotel is a three-minute walk from Avenida Metro Station on Avenida de Liberdade. Within easy reach of Rossio. We found four restaurants in the area in one week all of which were really good. Would recommend it to anyone wanting a cheap Lisbon hotel.
Only 40 minutes from Lisbon you reach Sesimbra, a fishing village.
The restaurant's service is very nice and the fish is so fresh. Try the "imperador"big fish.
I also recommend you to stay in accommodation "Casa da Terrina". You will not forget the nice hospitality and the great fresh breakfast.
It's a newish hotel with a lovely par three golf course. We got the room including breakfast for 50 euros which was great value. There's a leisure centre included and it was only 20 euros to play the par three nine-hole course twice. Easily the best course I played around Lisbon in January. It was so dry and the greens were brilliant.
Largo Aldeia dos Capuchos, 2825-017, Caparica
Google map: bit.ly/gmaP39
A smallish hotel near Restauradores. Very central. Clean, friendly and safe. We stayed for six nights. The doubles are cheaper than the twins. The car parking is 15 euro a day. If you're lucky you'll find free street parking about 1km away. The breakfast is basic although one day we got croissants at the buffet.
Best place to book your accommodation in Lisbon. Their website allows you to search and book from their vast array of apartments all situated around the city centre. They suit all budgets and needs and also have lots of photos of each apartment so you can choose the perfect one for you.
They will also send someone to meet you on arrival who will give you the lowdown on what to do, where to go and how to get there. A truly excellent service.
They go out of their way to please, from beginning to end. Highly recommended.
In a city of excellent hostels, the Lisbon Poets Hostel stands out. It has everything you could want from a hostel: great central location, clean and comfortable rooms, nice décor and free provision of the facilities which many hostels charge for such as breakfast, internet and lockers. Best of all though is the feeling that the young owner and staff really want you to experience and enjoy their country. They are full of useful information, unstintingly helpful, and even organise meals or events to mark important dates in the Portuguese calendar. Success would be no more than poetic justice.
Address: Rua Nova da Trindade No.2, 5th Floor.
Location: Around the corner from A Brasileira, on Largo do Chiado.
Telephone: (351) 213461058.
We booked a place with Only Apartments in September this year and it was awful. The place was old and the build quality amateurish; I almost knocked the breakfast bar over when I bumped into it, and the toilet was precariously placed on a ledge between the shower and the sink. We were told we might have to occasionally reset the boiler before having a shower, but this was a frequent issue throughout our stay.
The attitude of the company afterwards was that everything must have been OK if we did not contact them at the time. When booking apartments generally, you should ask up front what the procedures are if anything goes wrong. Pictures are sometimes misleading as well, and I would advise you to have a good look at the place before parting with your cash.
Charming little one bedroom attic flat in centre of Lisbon. Located in the historic Lapa neighborhood within walking distance of all main tourist sights. Good selection of local cafes and restaurants in the area. I spent four nights here this summer and it was much nicer and better value than a hotel. A great base for spending some time exploring this beautiful city.
Four-star accommodation but booked as part of a package, it's affordable and comfortable. Very modern, clean and staff make you feel welcome.
Close to Oriente Metro/station and Parque dos Nacoes.
Av Joao II Lte 1.18
I travel a lot and I like to stay in hostels, because you usually get better quality in a nice hostel than in a cheap hotel. Truly one of the best hostels in Europe is the Lisbon Lounge Hostel.
Stunning, stylish. Everything is brand new and you’ll enjoy your stay the most. Check the pictures and you'll see I'm not overstating!
First of all, their friendly English and Portuguese speaking staff make your trip seamless through the country if you take one of their well-planned guided tours (and Portuguese is not an easy language).
They also make it so easy for someone to go on their own down the coast. It's really a joy when you can roll through the countryside with just a map and bike knowing your hotel and restaurant staff are literally waiting for you! Bluecoastbikes' staff also took care of our dinner and hotel reservations too.
Their staff took care of everything for us, even calling midweek to see how we were enjoying everything!
Bluecoastbikes is the way to go for biking in Portugal if you want to enjoy your trip and worry about nothing but the ride and the wines to choose!
They are licensed and insured. They have daily rentals and dropoffs, week-long guided and self-guided tours, and jeep rides/tours as well.
Quite simply, the best hotel I've ever stayed in - and I've stayed in some good hotels in my time.
The standard room we stayed in was laid out like a mini-apartment: an entrance hall with mini-bar and tea/coffee facilities; bathroom and bedroom both off this little hall. The bathroom was well kitted out and there were slippers and robes for both of us. The bed was huge! We have a super-kingsize bed at home and this bed dwarfed it.
The hotel facilities are great and the service is impeccable. Staff are extremely friendly and helpful. We had booked a room-only rate but upon arrival were told that breakfast was included. There is a free port table where you can sample port and the cherry liqueur, ginghina, and there are a number of board games available for you to play in the lounge area.
We felt instantly at home here and I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
Rua Rodrigues Sampaio, 17
One of the nicest hostels I've stayed in anywhere in Europe and at a good price too. Run by the owners, who are exactly the kind of people who should be in charge.
Small simple elegant hostel/hotel. Spotless with impeccable wooden floors everywhere. Very close to the action and with a tiny park in front - used by winos, but the police station is next door. On the bus route to the airport and close to the central station. Very reasonably priced. A real snip!
VIP Eden is an aparthotel at the Restaurdores end of Avenida da Liberdade. Prices vary for a single room with kitchen but can be as low as 60 euro (midweek) if you shop the internet. Location is very central and handy for the Metro. Best views right up the Avendide are from the ninth floor or from the roof top restaurant and sun area.
Praça dos Restauradores 24;
tel: 213 216 600;
If you want to stay in the hotel room with the best view in Lisbon book room 712 at the Regency Chiado. It's a 4 star hotel in the centre of Lisbon.
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