A great spot for a short or long stay, for Summer and for Winter as well, in famous Bairro Alto, but away from is noisy nights, the advantage of being close to all, like Fado, Restaurants, trendy Clubs, Theater, Opera, Museums...
My flat has 1 living room, 1 bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, terrace and 2 balconies to St. Peter's street, at 50 meters from the Belvedere and is terraces.
In the living room you will find also a couch that unfolds into a comfortable double bed.
The apartment is on the 2nd floor, and has a washing machine, fridge, internet, as well as toaster, orange squeezer and coffee machine in a fully furnished kitchen, and also hair dryer.
All linens and towels are included, as well as dishes and cooking ware.
1 children up to 7 years old can stay without charge
On request we can provide baby bed, feeding chair, blender, linen, etc. free of charge.
The wi-fi is free access
Languages, langues, idiomas: English, Français, Castellano, Português
FOR DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO GET TO THE FLAT, AFTER RESERVATION, CHECK YOUR E-MAIL AND PLEASE READ HOST’S DIRECTIONS, IN BOOKING DETAILS.
Railway Stations of Rossio or Cais do Sodré are just at a 5 mn walk from the apartment, by this train lines you can access the famous touristic cities of Sintra or Cascais / Estoril, in a 25mn trip by train.
Interaction with Guests
I don´t do check ins or interact with my guests, I have my own job and it is impossible to conciliate my day by day work schedule with the possibility given to guests of Checking in at any time after 14.00.
I'm always reachable by Text Message to answer promptly to any question or request.
It is located the old part of Lisbon, in the high part of Bairro Alto on a 2nd floor.
Located a few steps away, (5 mn walk), from the Baixa, (city center), and Chiado subway Station, the flat is a perfect accommodation for all who need to be close to the sightseeing attractions and trendy lifestyle.
Ideally located with easy access to Lisbon's public transport, this quality accommodation is side by side, but not inside, with the central nightlife area of Bairro Alto.
In the neighborhood, you can find several typical restaurants with fado, lots of small cafes, bars, clubs or live music venues.
The area as plenty of choice for local shops, as supermarkets, fruit stores, butcher shop or bakeries, Theaters, Opera, Art galleries and also a few banks, one post office, and pharmacies are very close by.
There was some bad reviews because of the cleaning service - The apartment is now cleaned by PROFESSIONAL CLEANING TEAM - in the apartment you’ll have access to their contact number, in case you have any request or need an extra service.
Check out until 12h00 / check in after 14h00 -
Check in time must be confirmed with message using Airbnb messaging in the website, at least until 48 hrs before arrival day -
I apply a extra fee of 10€ for check in after 21h00 because nobody lives in the apartment and must go there specially to meet you, please contact if getting late -
Apartment have no reception/doorman or luggage service.
For matter of hygiene there's no trash can in the apartment, instead, we provide plastic bags, we thank you to leave it each day on the nearest green container, for city services to collect after 23h30, in the morning, when checking out leave the trash inside the apartment.
Parties or any other noisy activities, that will disturb neighbours are totally forbidden and may result in expulsion from the apartment if required by other tenants of the building, if any of others tenants will make noise, you are also welcome to go to knock their doors and request silence.
Thank you :)
Good value, good location, efficient host. Great flat if you plan on spending most of your time exploring the city.
Sergio is a very friendly and sympathetic host. He answered very quickly to all my questions. The apartment is nice and in a very good Location. We would like to stay here again soon
We had a Nice stay in sergio's appartment. He gave US a quick tour when we arrived and some house rules. It was a very nice stay and it was a good location. No complaints here!
Sergio was an incredible host, he welcomed us and showed us the flat. The place was tidy and cozy. Plus, we needed to print some documents and he was more than willing to print them for us and drop it in the mailbox. We had a pleasant stay and woud definitely drop by again if we find ourselves in Lisbon.
Overall a mediocre experience. If we were back to Lisbon for more than a night we would opt for something else.
Pros: The apartment is in a nice position of Lisbon, and the check-in/check-out were made smooth by Sergio. Also the price is low, particularly if 3 people or more are using the apartment.
Sergio is professional and fast answering to our issues: he provided an extra radiator in less than half a day.
Cons: - very cold apartment, the electric radiators can do little, and we were cold most of the time;
- basically no natural light, a little in the bedroom, and nothing in the living room;
- the electricity goes off repeatedly so it is difficult to use the tools of the house;
- the bathroom is very small, and the shower gets flooded easily and fast;
- the bedroom and living room are not divided by a door, which was ok for us but probably bad for two couples or large groups;
- the apartment is very close to a street and a church whose bells chime every hour, and that was annoying in the morning;
- in general the quality of the furnishing and tools is pretty low, so not very inviting for people who don't use the apartment only for sleeping.
i was really tired when i arrive in Lisbon at that moment. location was good condition of house was nice
i haven't met S. but another guy who came instead of S. he was really kind and helpful but the small things in this place make me quite upset. first no any washing liquid were there even though it's not compulsory but u know it's to much to buy a new one for 2night . and also this is quit serious one maybe he wants to save electricity too much!! when i turn on the light on kitchen and turn on the cooker, fuse was suddenly turn down!!(i complain about this and he just make excuse it was made me really upset!!(it doesn't happen once when i just cooking it dose happen and when i turn on the heater and charge some stuff it dose happen again!!) it was really annoying
if u want to cook something i don't recommend u to choose this flat
Hello Joshua, I understand that you might not trust people and in your toughts I was inventing an excuse for something you imagined, but NO, it isn't the case.
As my answer to your trouble was - Maybe you have something over charging that circuit, please try pluging it elswhere - Which is exactly what everybody does at home when connecting to much apliances one single sector and the main switchboard just disconnects, (by safety).
Staying at an apartment is not the same as staying at an hotel, you have to take care of things by your own, like at home.
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BICA neighborhood in LISBON
Lisbon's most photographed street is RUA DA BICA DUARTE BELO.
It descends a hill from BAIRRO ALTO to the riverfront, and the streets that cross it form a charming residential neighborhood known as BICA, in ancient times connected to the river and is economic activities.
That picturesque street is known for its funicular, the iconic ELEVADOR DA BICA that creaks up and down the hill as tourists snap photos. Framing the funicular are pastel-colored houses and the river in the distance, while many of the doors open as hip bars at night.
A strange vehicle, as if come out of the imagination of the novelist Jules Verne, with an amazing design circulates in the city of Lisbon.
The original vehicle contained reservoirs of water that filled the highest point, and emptied at the lowest point, working in pairs, connected by a cable system, running by the difference of weights, the so called, FUNICULAR system.
Conceived by Portuguese engineer, Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, the funicular was installed in 1892.
Due to its enormous historical importance, cultural and touristic, the elevator was classified National Heritage in February 2002.
The funicular TRAM's of LISBON are the connection between all my apartments, all located along the rails, it is always possible to see one of them, either from a balcony a window or a entrance door!
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