This very well located and beautiful apartment has a charming decoration, as we wish to offer you the most comfortable and pleasant home for your days in Lisbon.
Fully equipped, with one bedroom, one living room in open space with a kitchen and one bathroom.
The apartment can accommodate until 4 persons, as it presents a king size bed, for 2 and a large sofa-bed in the living room suitable for 2 persons.
It’s ideal for couples, business travelers, families with children as well as small groups.
A beautiful small central apartment, located in the heart of the trendiest Portuguese boulevard. Well decorated and comfortable, with space for maximum 4 adults.
The apartment is set in Principe Real, a neighborhood known for the fine dining restaurants, upmarket shopping, trendy bars, the botanical garden and its all around trendy and bohemian feeling.
- King size bed
- Fully equipped bathroom
- LCD TV
- 160 cable TV channels and wireless internet;
- Bed linen and towels, bath gel and shampoo;
- Fully equipped kitchen;
- Nespresso coffee machine.
The Principe Real neighborhood is the place to be while visiting Lisbon.
The neighborhood is named (Principe Real in English means Royal Prince) after the born of the first son of Queen Maria II.
At the moment this is the trendiest neighborhood in Lisbon, well known for its antique shops, luxury shops, art galleries, restaurants and bars.
Despite that, it remains essentially a residential district, filled with gardens, a couple of the city's most tranquil squares, and colorful mansions.
The location of the neighborhood is excellent, as it sits in one of the seven hills (Lisbon is known as the city of the seven hills), overlooking the whole city and the splendorous Tejo River.
The neighborhood is north of Bairro Alto, Lisbon’s night district, as well as north of Chiado and Avenida da Liberdade, the Luxury districts in the city.
You may experience this lovely area of Lisbon like a local by staying in our apartment.
Botanical Garden - An enchanting botanical garden.
Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara - A garden with a panoramic view over the city.
São Roque Church - Home of the world's most expensive chapel
Camões Square - A busy square and meeting place between Chiado and Bairro Alto.
Chiado Museum - Museum of Portuguese contemporary art.
São Carlos Theater - The city's La Scala-inspired opera house.
Carmo Church - Romantic Gothic ruins evocative of the Great Earthquake.
Miradouro de Santa Catarina - A terrace and cafe with a view.
São Bento Palace - The country's Neoclassical parliament.
Subway - Get Off at "Rato" Station (Terminal Station-Yellow Line) and walk for 12 minutes (850meters)
Uber - from the Airport Parking (Departures) - about 15 euros
Bus from the airport - You have the "Aerobus" service from 07h30 to 23h00, each 20/25 minutes - Get Off at "Marques De Pombal", then you get the subway, yellow Line direction "RATO", and get off at "Rato" Station (Terminal Station-Yellow Line) and walk for 12 minutes (850meters).Get the full listing »