I love it here. The decor is great. There are amazing views overlooking the river, a great place to enjoy the delicious (included) breakfast or an evening bottle of wine.
The beds are very comfortable, slept like a baby.
It's also in an amazingly convenient location to see Alfama.
Finally the staff have been great. Very friendly and kind.
I really enjoyed my stay here.
Located in Alfama, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Lisbon Cathedral, Castle of Sao Jorge, and Santa …More
Excellent location, beautiful building and views in a quiet street, wonderful staff, all this made an excellent stay. Food is very good , both breakfast and dinner but service was a bit slow when it got busy.
Traveller from London
Located in Alfama, this family-friendly Lisbon hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lisbon Cathedral and Castle of Sao Jorge …More
We stayed there 6 nights, which is a good experience. It is close to almost everything. I got there by Metro from airport and walking 10 minutes. Rossio squire, train station to Sintra, Supermarkets... ... are in walking distance. Even there is night (Dawn) bus station (Bus 208) close to get airport in early morning. The apartment is clean and we have a full kitchen with dish washer, and washer. Of course, we had to climb 122 stairs to get there from main street but it could be normal in Lisbon.
Traveller from Toronto
Located in Alfama, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Figueira Square, Rossio Square, and Santa Justa Elevator …More
Very good location near station, metro and historic sights. Friendly and helpful staff.
Small, old fashioned lift could be a problem if previous users failed to close gates resulting in a three storey climb on steep, dimly lit stairs
Traveller from Evesham UK
Located in Alfama, this guesthouse is within a 15-minute walk of National Military Museum and Lisbon Cathedral. Castle of Sao …More
Lisbon’s oldest district, Alfama, is a medieval maze of narrow cobblestone streets leading from the Tejo River to the hilltop Sao Jorge Castle. An area virtually untouched by the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake, Alfama’s many historic buildings include the Lisbon Cathedral, built in 1147, and Santo Estêvão, from the 13th century. Rustic taverns and street markets offer visitors traditional Portuguese fare.