I very rarely write reviews but felt I owed it to the hotel on this occasion. I stayed over the New Year period with my girlfriend in the hotel. Our last city break was tainted by a pretty shoddy hotel, so I was anxious that hotel mercy would be worth the money paid. I had no reason to fear as the hotel was absolutely fantastic. The hotel is incredibly modern and stylish. The lobby is small but slick and attractive. The room again was not the biggest hotel room I have ever stayed in, but it was very modern and impressive. The bathroom/shower was very impressive. The bar within the hotel was also very slick and modern, with a funky cocktail menu. But for me the most important and pleasant part of the hotel was the staff. I unfortunately do not remember their names but the three people I encountered on the front desk were fantastic and a credit to their hotel. Firstly all of them spoke impeccable English, which is always a good start. When I arrived at the hotel I asked if they had any guides or any recommendations for places to visit. I was given a full 20 minute briefing from the man on the desk about Lisbon and the best places to go, and he took the drew to draw on the map to suggest the best routes to places. I went to my room feeling reassured and more knowledgeable about Lisbon.
Located in Bairro Alto, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Fado in Chiado, Santa Justa Elevator, and Rossio Square …More
My friends and I absolutely loved staying at this charming b&b! We were there for 5 nights but it only took walking in to feel like we were in somebody's home. The decor is incredible, very modern yet cosy. The staff were accommodating and generous helping with tips to see the city. The breakfast was our favorite part, so delicious! Overall, we felt like we couldn't have made a better choice.
Traveller from London
Located in Bairro Alto, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Cardaes Convent, Rossio Square, and Santa Justa …More
The hotel manager was most helpful, starting with accepting a change of date of arrival (made a mistake when booking). The room I got was on the 5th floor, with no elevator, so that was a challenge.
The room amenities were great, the only negative parts were the slanted walls (because of the roofs) and very little windows.
Traveller from Quebec
Located in Bairro Alto, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Glória Lift, Rossio Square, and Santa Justa Elevator …More
Nice clean apartments. The room facilities are good. The reasonable room charge means you pay a little for tea and coffee, which was a little unexpected and 10 euro to change towels on the premise of saving the planet was a little bit over the top. That said when all you can quibble about is that, then it can not be too bad. Tip: make sure you know where you are going, out of the way which is good, but also difficult to find first off. I used Google Street view and was glad I did.
Traveller from lincoln england
Located in Bairro Alto, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Cardaes Convent, Rossio Square, and Santa Justa …More
We had an October city break in Lisbon and this was a great place to stay. The apartment was clean, tidy and in an excellent position. Do not be put off by the pictures of the address on street view, they are out of date - I'll put some current pictures up - the streets are not as graffiti infested as Google portrays. The bathroom whilst modern, needs a little tidy up - no plug for the bath which is corroded in parts despite looking quite new. The shower needs a pump and some attention to the fitting but these were minor gripes. Good sound insulation meant that although the partying outside might go on past midnight, we were able to sleep fine in air con comfort.
Check-in and out was slick, the place felt secure and safe. Housekeeping seemed to keep their own time but fresh towels were there when needed.
It was a very pleasant place to stay and I would recommend it.
Located in Bairro Alto, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Fado in Chiado, Santa Justa Elevator, and Rossio Square …More
The apartments were converted from an old building only 5 months before our stay in October 2015 and still had that new smell and were well equipped, the shower was fantastic. They were painlessly clean and the staff were friendly and helpful. The historic No 28 tram passes about 20 metres from the front door. The main city centre area is a short walk away but be warned it is up a steep hill. The only down side was our room overlooked a neighbour's yard with 6 dogs and a cockeral which was quite noisy at times. We would love to go back and would highly recommend it.
Traveller from B
Located in Bairro Alto, this apartment is within 1 mi (2 km) of Regimento de Sapadores Bombeiros Museum, Santa Justa …More
This is more of a hostel than a hotel, but it suited us perfectly. There is no food on offer but there are many bars and restaurants nearby. There are 4 rooms on the ground floor of the house which is in a small road which is blocked at one end to traffic, therefore it's nice and quiet at night.
Traveller from London
Located in Bairro Alto, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Belvedere Sao Pedro de Alcantara and Rossio Square …More
With sloping cobblestone streets dating back to the 16th century, the Bairro Alto district combines historical importance and modern sensibilities. See stunning city views from the Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara, or tour the extravagant São Roque Church, built in 1747. Once the sun sets, Bairro Alto’s vibrant nightlife emerges as Lisbon’s revelers pack nightclubs, bars, and Fado houses.