Finding an ideal romantic guest house in Lisbon does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Tesouro da Baixa by Shiadu, a nice option for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Santa Justa Lift (0.2 mi) and Miradouro da Senhora do Monte (0.2 mi) make Tesouro da Baixa by Shiadu a great place to stay when visiting Lisbon.
Rooms at Tesouro da Baixa by Shiadu provide a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Tesouro da Baixa by Shiadu guests have access to 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? There is paid public parking available nearby.
While in Lisbon, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Tesouro da Baixa by Shiadu, including Cervejaria Ramiro (0.4 mi), Pharmacia - Chef Felicidade (0.6 mi), and Belcanto (0.4 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Time Out Market Lisboa (0.7 mi), Castelo de S. Jorge (0.3 mi), and Bairro Alto (0.5 mi), which are all within walking distance of the guest house.
Tesouro da Baixa by Shiadu looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Lisbon.
Brilliant place to stay in Lisbon, walking distance to many places with great transport links for trains and trams to other locations. Staff are very friendly. Rooms were clean and spacious. The building is charming and although in between two shoe shops, this was not an issue. A lovely stay!
the absolute best staff I have ever encountered. from the front desk to the breakfast lady. the room was nice, clean, spacious. the price is so good for such a huge room. centrally located. but most of all, I can tell that the staffs love their job and are very motivated. they are always happy to help. When I asked them something that they didn't know, they went online and tried looking for an answer for us. Guys I worked in Hospitality for 8 years and have worked/stayed in different 5 stars hotels - but many personals from these fancy hotels still need to learn a thing or 2 from the staff at Tesouro. Highly recommended!
A very nice small hotel. Yes, entering just through a door or through a shoe shop to take a lift to the third floor for reception may seem unusual but it is worth it for the accommodation, food and welcome you receive. Everything you needed to know was explained at check in. The room was a suite with separate small sitting room as well as bedroom and bathroom, lots of windows with double street aspect. Comfortable and spotlessly clean. Breakfast was taken in the area adjacent to the reception and was buffet, times for different guests selected by yourselves as a good covid measure. There was an array of cereals, yoghurts, cheese , hams, breads, pancakes, egg choice, juice tea and coffee, all you need for a good start to the day. Centrally located it proved excellent value.
Initially a little tricky to find , entrance is either through a closed door between 2 entrances to a shoe shop or through the shoe shop itself, but then everything was near perfect. Reception is on the third floor in the breakfast room, staffed in a very friendly informal manner with perfect English spoken. They were especislly helpful in showing me where to go to get my Covid test before my flight home. My room was on the top floor with a view of the castle wall above. It was bright, clean and modern. My only slight issue is that there were no cable channels on the tv , just Portugese stations. I had hoped to watch some tennis from Paris, but not a major problem . Breakfast was very good in the large reception area and social distancing was no problem Location is fine for exploring on foot and Tram 29 leaves from around the corner. Good value for money. Recommended.…
So I booked a Superior room for 2 nights for the first weekend of July 2021. I was contacted by the hotel through Agoda messages, who was asking me to confirm my arrival time. I did tell them I would be landing at 11pm only so i wouldn't reach the hotel until 11:30pm at the earliest... There was a curfew set for 11pm from that weekend on. The taxi dropped me at the hotel, it was around 11:40pm. That's when I realized it was not a "normal" hotel, meaning the main door on the street is closed all the time and you need to ring to get in or use your room key to open the door. So I rang and it said "please wait, max 5min". So i waited, nothing happened and I rang twice more but still nothing. I called the emergency number that was displayed on the door. It's a centralized number so that woman on the phone asked for my reservation details and said she would call me back.... I didn't hear back. During all this time, I was chatting with my local friend in Lisbon who offered to call the number himself. Few minutes later, he says they are trying to find someone to come and open up and do the check-in for me. I waited 40minutes total outside that door, on the empty street because of curfew.... I wasn't happy. Someone finally came and we managed to do the check-in. He was friendly and apologized but all I wanted is to get into that room. The check-in process was a bit tedious too... they couldn't find my reservation and then found it. I had a room on the same floor as the reception and lounge/breakfast area, which is the 3rd floor. The room is nice clean and big and airy. The bed was comfy (but it was two beds put together, I could feel the separation under the sheets). Bathroom was big as well. I was happy with the location of the hotel, which is right around the corner from the metro station and is super centrally located. The view is on the street and the old church but it can be quite noisy if you sleep with your windows open. They have an AC unit inside the room so there should be no need to sleep with the windows open. The walls are a bit thin, i could hear the guy next door snore.... unless he was snoring really loud. And in the morning you can hear quite well the noises from the corridor. There is only 2 or 3 rooms in that same corridor so it's fine if you're not a light sleeper in the morning. All in all, I was super mad at how the check-in was handled. I understand that there is a curfew and that the staff was let go because of that but I did inform them about my arrival time. They said that Agoda never forwarded my response to them, which I believe, it's not the first time I hear hotels say that the booking site only forwarded my messages to them a few days late... The staff was super friendly and helpful so I can't really give them a bad rating for this. Would I book again? not sure as there are so many similar options nearby as well, for the same rate.…