We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Good hotel and very well located, near to the centre of town and just off the main thoroughfare. Quiet area. Room and bathroom very spacious and clean. One complaint - no tea/coffee making facilities. We had a very good deal with this hotel via lastminute.com...More
I usually read reviews, and by those I try to choose the hotel. Fortunately, I didnt have the time to check the reviews on trip advisor, so I book the hotel. I am not sure, did the people who left those horrible reviews came anywhere...More
I would be very wary about booking this hotel.
In our room the carpet was worn in ridges with the floorboards and very badly stained. Curtains in poor condition, balcony doors unable to see through, didn't close properly so very noisy from bar down road...More
The only good thing about this hotel is the location as it is right in the middle of town.
A part from that its not good at all.
The reception is quite nice but the room is small with peeling wall paper and disgusting bathroom....More
This is a budget hotel in a good location. Rooms are clean (enough), beds are comfortable enough and bathroom and furniture are old-fashion (it's not a problem), Close to many restaurants, touristic sites and night life. ‘Funicular’ and metro just beside the hotel. Staff was...More
The traditionally trendy "Chiado" (literally, "squeak", the nickname of a 16th century poet) offers plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars where you can stop for a cafe or cocktail, after exploring its streets, shops, art galleries, theaters, museums and viewpoints. It's also the home to the statue of the famous statue of portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa, having is usual espresso at "A Brasileira" as he used
to. You can also enjoy breathtaking views of Lisbon from the Elevador de Santa Justa or the Carmo Convent, for example. A commercial neighborhood at its core, especially for its Garrett and Carmo streets, Chiado is to this day a mandatory visit in Lisbon.