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Had a lovely three night stay with friends. Located fairly central, and very near to the Time Out Market. All attractions in the city are within walking distance. Very clean rooms which are all individually decorated, and good continental breakfast. Plenty of complementary cakes and...More
Stayed three nights here - the staff were always friendly and helpful. Our rooms were cleaned every day. Complimentary bottle of wine left in room and the breakfast was always fresh. Would highly recommend this accommodation.
We really enjoyed our stay at Casa do Bairro. It was really nice to stay in a boutique hotel rather than a standard hotel. The room was very comfortable, well decorated and a great size for 2 people. The service was great, we had a...More
The staff at this bed and breakfast could not have been friendlier. When we arrived we were exhausted from our flights and hadn't laid down in over 36 hours. They quickly made getting our room prepared a priority and we really appreciated it. They were...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$96 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Of course you can walk :) in fact I would say Lisbon has so many "centers" because Bairro Alto and Bairro Baixo can be considered center and you are right there almost. Then there's Alfama, a little bit further away (not too... More
Of course you can walk :) in fact I would say Lisbon has so many "centers" because Bairro Alto and Bairro Baixo can be considered center and you are right there almost. Then there's Alfama, a little bit further away (not too far away...) which is another center if you wish...