Apr 12, 2020 - Apr 13, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in Lisbon
The Portuguese capital Lisbon is perched on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and provides a year-round destination for travelers looking for a taste of Latin culture, beach fun and a vibrant nightlife.
Visitors staying in the city can escape the summer heat by hitting the beaches of Estoril and Cascais, which are a short drive away, while if history or romance is more your thing the districts of Baixa, Chiado and Alfama give an insight into Lisbon’s past. Once the sun sets, clubbers and nightlife lovers head to Bairro Alto above the old town, which comes alive with its bustling bars, restaurants and clubs.
Getting around the city can be a lot of fun with a tram system that is very popular with locals and visitors, while the Santa Justa Lift and funiculars are a great way of getting up and down the city’s hilly streets. A metro system, buses and taxis are also readily available or there are plenty of car rental options in Lisbon.
The city’s downtown area – or Baixa – is a popular area to stay to discover more of Lisbon’s past with Rossio and Figueria Squares, an array of traditional buildings and shops and the stunning Praça do Comércio riverfront all within walking distance.
A five-star boutique hotel located close to the designer shops of the Avenida da Liberdade just a short walk away from the nearest railway station. The hotel offers retro chic rooms and a rooftop restaurant and terrace providing magnificent city views.
Offering designer boutique accommodation with rooms at mid-range rates on the doorstep of downtown Lisbon, the hotel is close to bus, metro and tram stops with the nightlife of Bairro Alto reachable within 15 minutes.
A simple budget choice hotel located next to Rossio Square in the center of Lisbon, the Pensão Estação Central provides affordable accommodation with complimentary Wi-Fi just five minutes from the city’s main sights and within 100m of several public transport links.
Alfama is the city’s oldest quarter with winding roads, traditional buildings and the lure and mystique of the Lisbon of the past.
Featuring just six rooms, this exclusive five-star guesthouse is located within the area of Fado Museum, the Castle of Sao Jorge and Lisbon Cathedral. The accommodation offers complimentary breakfast, a coffee shop, a bar/lounge and business facilities.
A four-star mid-price hotel, the Olissippo Castelo is great value for money offering luxury combined with modern facilities and technology complete with Portuguese hospitality.
3. Palácio Vila
As a budget hotel located in one of the city’s most charming districts, the Palácio Vila provides comfortable rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi on a bed and breakfast basis and is just five minutes from attractions such as the Decorative Arts Museum and the Fado Museum as well as being close to public transport access.
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An absolutely wonderful old city built on 7 hills (unlike Rome) with old cobbled streets to get lost down while exploring this wonderful city
Beautiful architecture, great for food and shopping. So much history and so much to do - will be returning soon.
Lisbon has incredible history, wonderful food and wine, and exceptional prices. It’s extremely hilly, so bring solid shoes. Check out Grapes and Bites for budget accommodations and an excellent wine bar!