This is an apartment with three bedrooms, two bathrooms apartment, providing wireless internet, heating, with a wonderfull balcony, private living room, working area and a modern kitchen.
Please bear in mind the electrical structure is not yet updated to support the simultaneous use of many appliances.
You will have access to the entire property and it is important that you are respectful towards your neighbours and keep noise to a minimum after 10 pm.
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Baixa-Chiado is considered the central shopping and business district of Lisbon and the neat, orderly streets are a legacy of the rebuilding after the destructive 1755 earthquake that devastated the city. The majestic Praça do Comercio is a beautiful square that shows off some of the city’s best 18th-century architecture and is home to restaurants, bars and many street artists. The spectacular Elevador de Santa Justa is a must-see attraction. The 19th-century lift offers a brilliant view over the city and you can ride the machine just as people would have done over 100 years ago. In Chiado, the main street (Rua Garrett) is home to many of the top high-end shops in Lisbon, including Hermes.
For gourmet fine dining in the neighborhood, try Tavares Rico; a Michelin-starred restaurant serving Portuguese and French cuisine. For somewhere a little more casual, Largo is a good option, with its location under the arches of a former convent building. The brilliant Terreiro do Paço offers some of the best al fresco dining in the city. For a seriously classy and exclusive drink, head to Silk, a rooftop bar and Japanese restaurant on the top of a listed building with 270-degree views over the city.
Close to the apartment is the ROSSIO subway station, part of the green line. From the airport you can take the subway directly to the flat, changing lines in ALAMEDA station. It will take 30 minutes. There is a public parking nearby in Praça da Figueira (5 mns away from the flat).
The flat´s capacity is for 8 people. No additional guests allowed.
It is fairly common in Lisbon for the electricity to trip if more than 2 high wattage electrical appliances are being used at the same time. Please keep this in mind when using appliances like heaters, kettles, toasters, fans, etc. Guests will be charged €40 in case electricity trips due to overuse.
Guests will be charged €40 for lost keys.
- Check-in and keys: please note there will be a €25 fee for check-ins before 8 am and after 10 pm, and guests will be charged €40 for lost keys.
- Hot water: the water heater has limited capacity. Once the hot water runs out, it will take some time for the water to warm up.
- Electricity: It is fairly common in Lisbon for the electricity to trip if more than 2 high wattage electrical appliances are being used at the same time. Guests are advised to keep this in mind when using appliances like heaters, washing machine, hairdryers, toasters, fans, etc, and there will be a €40 charge in case electricity trips due to overuse. Most homes in Portugal don’t have central heating or air conditioning, heaters and fans will be provided.
- City tax and ID: Government mandated city tax of €2 per person per day (except children under 12 years), will be charged to you at check-in and your Govt ID will be collected at check-in for submission to the authorities as required by local laws. Please note city tax is only applicable for a maximum of 7 days continuously, we do not accept cash.
- Finally, please be eco-friendly and turn off all the lights and electrical appliances (such as heaters and fans) when you leave the apartment!
- Please note there is no elevator in the building. You will have to walk up approximately 80 steps to get to the flat.Get the full listing »