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MONTE BELVEDERE BOUTIQUE GUESTHOUSE

“Top of top”
The best service, best localization, best staff, best room… Our 7th time in Lisbon and (finally) We found the best place to stay… Is a very new guesthouse with everything that we need to be happy , the view is amazing. Take your breakfast on the terrace to start your day with a big smile and positive energy! The staff will recommend you everything , the best tips I think. Thank you Inês and Luis , We will come back very soon … next October maybe :) .
Best Regards

M&L

 

RIBEIRA TEJO BOUTIQUE GUESTHOUSE

“Great little hotel!!”

Stayed at this hotel over the last weekend and really enjoyed it. Was my first visit to Lisbon and was please we chose this hotel. About 10 mins from the airport in a cab or 30 mins on the bus. Great location, off the main tourist drag and in what felt like a non touristic area which is always a preference. Close to the main train terminal for anyone looking to head to Estoril or Cascais where latterly you’ll find beautiful beaches. The rooms were fantastic and offerered stunning views and the staff at the hotel were absolutely fantastic, really lovely people who were helpful in recommending local restaurants etc. Highly, highly recommended and would definitely stay again.

Manchester, UK – Reviewed May 8, 2012

“Brilliant!”

We loved this place. They’ve done a great job renovating the building and its tastefully and sympathetically decorated. The room was beautiful (although slightly lacking in storage/hanging space for clothes), the hospitality was flawless, the breakfast delicious especially if you get the window seat with the view across the Tejo to the Cristo Rei statue.

The location is incredibly handy for transport and a short walk to Barrio Alto and Baixa / Chiado. Although not the smartest area we found it perfectly safe and it had a really nice atmosphere – the little bar next door obviously a popular hang out for young professionals and a couple of nice eateries across the square.

5 of 5 starsLondon, UK -  Reviewed February 12, 2012


CASA DO PÁTIO

“The Perfect place from which to discover this amazing city”

The title says it all, this place is beautiful. When we arrived, we were greeted by our friendly hosts who take the time to welcome you and sit down with you and map out all the places to visit during your stay.
Listen to their recommendations (they are not on comission) we visited/dinned at all the places they suggested and they were perfect. So put your lonely planet guides away, dont worry about researching on the internet. Just listen your hosts.

The place is perfectly situated for getting everywhere. Within easy reach of downtown and all public transport. The rooms are beautifully decorated and very cosy. Breakfast is perfect, and on nice sunny mornings, its lovely eating outside on the private patio. We loved our stay here, and will be back again. Thank you to our Hosts at Casa do Patio.

Czech Republic  - Reviewed May 6, 2012

“Finding friends in Lisbon!”

We went to Lisbon for a short holiday… We went to Casa do Patio because we were looking for something simple and close to the city center. We didn’t know yet hat this B&B is so excellent!
We really enjoyed the place, the breakfast, that we had on the amazing patio, but above all the staff! The guys are amazing and we left the this B&B like if we had left some friends! A special thanks to Marco and Magda! Ask for them, they are great. Rooms are clean and cozy, breakfast is homemade and hospitality is excellent!

Firenze, Toscana, Italy – Reviewed April 2, 2012

CASA DO BAIRRO

 “There’s a welcome on the mat.”

Stayed for four nights over Easter. Lovely place to stay, from the great welcome we rec’d from Magda to peaceful nights sleep in comfy beds.

The beautiful house is clean, stylish, quiet and full of character. The location is ideal right in city centre, we walked everywhere. Nights were spent in the Bairo Alto area for Dinner/Drinks with a very safe walk back to the Casa. Approx 5 min walk.

The room we stayed in on the ground floor was well appointed and contained two double beds.

Magda and her team enhanced our first trip to Lisbon with their great suggestions and provided three detailed maps of the city and details of how to go about getting from A to B. Invaluable.

Each morning there was genuine concern as to how we enjoyed the previous day. Super friendly staff that bake delicious cakes to be served at breakfast. The fresh orange juice was lovely just right to start the day. Breakfast served till 11am.

An honesty fridge is provided in the kitchen, write up what was taken and pay at checkout.
There is also space available for personal use of the fridge. Highly Recommended, we will stay here on future trips.

Dublin, Ireland  - Reviewed April 28, 2012

 

“A quiet oasis in the middle of the city”

Although it was a little hard to find (due to multiple streets having roughly the same name) we were welcomed very warmly by one of the owners. He fluently spoke English and French and proceeded to explain us just about everything we needed to know about the city of Lisbon. The hotel itself is located 10 minutes walking from the city quarter of Bairro Alto, where there are lots of bars and restaurants. The room was cosy with modern and well-chosen furniture. The bathroom was very clean and spacious with an excellent shower. We didn’t have a room with a view, but we didn’t mind because we only were there for sleeping. Breakfast offered a lot of choice, with some home made toppings and pancakes, pudding, cake, etc… Every day we were welcomed with freshly made orange juice and strong coffee. Although we didn’t need it, we had the possibility of using the local computer for free internet access. The owners also offered to make reservations in local restaurants for us and gave us lots of advice about which bars and restaurants were good. They also gave us some planning advice: which parts of the city to visit when, etc… Even though it was located in the busy city, there was no noise at night, so we slept great. Overall a very good stay in an excellent hotel!

Roeselare, Belgian – Reviewed March 26, 2012

 

 

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