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Reviewed 24 November 2022 via mobile

The stay was absolutely amazing, everything was very carefully looked after, every single detail.
The views and the room were stunning.
We will definitely be back.
We also recommend to book the fado night offered by the hotel.

Date of stay: November 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 November 2022 via mobile

This four star hotel gives a ten star experience. From the moment we walked in and Mirelle showed us around, we knew we had chosen the right hotel. She stored our bags while we walked around the town, and when we returned, they were waiting for us in our room. Everyone on their staff greeted us and made us feel welcome. The rooftop deck area has the best view of Alfama. We enjoyed drinks there every night, and Ali took good care of us. Breakfast every morning included a beautiful cold buffet and hot meals you could order. David and Monica made sure we had everything we needed. I highly recommend this hotel; we will stay here again when we return to Lisbon.

Date of stay: November 2022
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 November 2022

If you are looking for a great place to stay in Lisbon then you will be hard pushed to find better than Memmo Alfama. This small boutique hotel is just behind the city's cathedral in the Alfama district. The main square and attractions are all within a 15-minute stroll.
The room we had (number 17) also had a small terrace, the hotel overlooks the surrounding roof tops straight out to the Tagus river, lovely views.
Breakfast was way above what we could have hoped for ..... pastries, hams, cheeses, croissants, breads, fruit, cereals, yogurts, cakes etc. Also the option of hot food (make sure you try the crepes!!!)
Small bar offering tapas type food - great to sit on the terrace with a cold beer after a long day wandering around this lovely city.
If we are back in Lisbon we will definitely stay here again, no question.

Date of stay: October 2022
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1  Thank Stephen E
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Reviewed 20 October 2022

One’s affection for this somewhat quirky hotel will likely depend on your love of Lisbon’s Alfama neighborhood generally. It’s a charming area, but not necessarily the most comfortable or convenient to spend time in. The same can be said about the Memmo Alfama. First, the good: the staff is friendly and relatively helpful. The property is spotlessly maintained. And the views from the roof desks are not to be missed, especially at night. Beds were comfortable and towels and linens were plush. On the downside, the property is somewhat difficult to find and access. The entrance is located down a very long, unevenly cobblestoned alleyway that most Uber or taxi drivers won’t try to navigate. While the area is not particularly dangerous, I’m not sure I would have felt entirely safe walking down it late at night, and it’s definitely not for people with mobility issues. My room was very small, even by European standards, with the view almost totally obstructed by a high exterior wall that the hotel was apparently required to retain for historical purposes. Frankly, it felt a bit like a jail cell. The WiFi was laughably slow – easily the worst I’ve encountered in any hotel in the last decade. Strangely, the bathroom wall was floor to ceiling glass, and the only privacy provided from the main guest room was from a curtain pulled across from the outside – so unless you’re an exhibitionist, this place might not be the best place for you. The lighting in the bathroom was also quite dim. Lastly, unlike most European hotels I’ve stayed in, the breakfast (available for an extra charge) felt quite limited, and was heavy on the breads and pastries and light on the proteins. I was able to order some cooked eggs, which arrived in a very small portion the size and shape of a small cat food can. It was overpriced at 20 euros, and caused me to seek out breakfast places elsewhere on multiple occasions, despite my usual habit of enjoying a leisurely breakfast at my hotel before beginning a day of sightseeing. This isn’t a bad place by any means, and depending on one’s tastes and priorities, you may enjoy it. I just expected a little more comfort, space and value for the price.

Room tip: Try to get a room without and obstructed view.
Date of stay: October 2022
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Reviewed 5 October 2022

Have just returned from a short two night stay at Memmo Alfama.

Overall it was absolutely spectacular. The location is perfect, in the heart of Alfama ... you can walk to most of the main tourist spots in Lisbon but when you are in your room or sitting on the terrace the only thing you can really hear are birds and other guests taking in the view with a chilled drink.

The hotel is located down a quirky alley that you could easily walk past from the main streets, staff are fantastic, relaxed and only too happy to help with information or recommendations.

Our room (number 18) was on the first floor and had a fantastic view out over the Tagus, I imagine rooms higher up were even more spectacular but we were happy enough. Bathroom was large with a huge shower (no bath) and funky double sided glass perspective so you could draw the curtain and look out over the Tagus whilst taking a shower. Bed was really comfortable, shutters blocked out all light if you needed to, air con was handy, fridge was a good size so you could store your own water and keep chilled, good size safe that was free to use in room. Then had a small sitting room with comfy sofa, nice chair, handy set of shelves to keep pieces on and we even received a complimentary bottle of port with some chocolate brownie cake after we had settled into our room. Slept well every night.

Breakfast wasn't included in our deal but we did take breakfast there on our final morning and it was again superb, choice of cooked food (to order) or selection of pastries, fruit, cereal if you didn't want the cooked stuff. Lovely way to start the day with stunning views over the city and river, perfectly relaxed and food cooked to perfection.

Terrace itself served great food all day (we had a couple of steak sandwiches), music is normally played during the day and on the evenings we were there they had some small DJ sets going on until about 10pm, creates a really nice chilled vibe.

You are only minutes from great food, great music. Just wander and you will be mesmerized. One place we would highly recommend for food outside of the hotel is a great little Tasca restaurant called Lisboa Tu et Eu. Only 5 minutes from the hotel, unreal sea food. My wife and I had full dinner and drinks for just over 40 euros.

Sunrise is spectacular over the property (see pics)

I'd love to come back here one day, Lisbon is a beautiful place and staying here only enhances the entire experience.

Please see photos from our trip that correspond with the review.

Date of stay: September 2022
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