A cosy studio in the traditional area of Beato, with an open bedroom and plenty of natural light!
Welcome to your home away from home; a comfortable and well connected studio in Beato.
Picture yourself relaxing in the living area, with its cheerful decor and cosy feel. Whether you’re spending your time chilling out with friends or family, or you’re coming back after a long day of exploring the city, you can take the weight off your feet and make yourself at home! The sofa even converts into a double sofa bed to accommodate extra guests. In the kitchen, you’ll find everything you need to cook a delicious meal.
The master bedroom, separated from the living room by a room divider, has wardrobe space so you can fully unpack and settle in. There’s then a comfortable double bed, fitted with fresh hotel-quality linens. Black-out blinds keep the room dark so you can always get a good night’s rest and wake up refreshed.
Towels and toiletries are provided in the modern, well-appointed bathroom so you can enjoy an energising shower in the morning or at the end of the day!
The property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
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 10pm.
Our standard check-in time is at 3pm and our standard check-out time is at 11am.
You may occasionally hear noise from neighbouring apartments, as most buildings in Lisbon aren’t soundproofed!
##INTERACTION WITH GUESTS
This home is being managed by an award-winning property management service team who will do everything they can to ensure you have a fantastic stay! If you have any questions, please get in touch through this website.
Located in the east of the city, up and around the banks of the Tejo river from the old town, Beato is a thriving neighborhood with a reputation for artistic creativity, vintage fashion and new hip bars and restaurants. Once a quiet post-industrial area, Beato is quickly establishing itself as a go-to district for young creatives. For a little culture, head to the Museu Nacional do Azulejo, with its exhibitions and galleries dedicated to the famous Portuguese tile industry. For the lovers of vintage clothing or furniture, Cantinho do Vintage is a must-visit shop with a mixture of antiques and curiosities. Braço de Prata is a lively space where you can enjoy a dance class, events, food and drinks all under one roof.
For a fun and exciting evening meal, head to El Bulo Social Club where the South American cuisine is served in a large industrial artspace and there is tango dancing on site. You’ll have to book well in advance to get a table, but Aquele Lugar Que Não Existe (The Place That Does Not Exist) is one of Lisbon’s best pizzerias. You might struggle to find it though as there is no sign and it does not have a website. Finally, O Jardim do Poço do Bispo is a no-fuss, no-frills restaurant with very few tourists and a great menu of authentic Portuguese food. As far as bars go, try Musa for a microbrewery experience with excellent craft beer tasting in a casual environment. Alternatively, the taproom at Dois Corvos Brewery is another great brewery bar in the area.
The number 210, 718 and 720 buses towards the city centre run from stop Alameda do Beato located 2 minutes away from the flat.
The Citymapper app is highly recommended for help getting around! Alternatively, city taxis and Ubers, Bolt, Kapten, etc. cars are easy to find.
##THINGS TO NOTE
- The flat capacity is for 4 people. No additional guests allowed. There is a double bed in the living room.
- Please note there is no elevator in the building. You will have to walk up approximately 40 steps to get to the flat on the 2nd floor.
- Most homes in Portugal don’t have central heating, but heaters and fans will be provided.
- 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. Please keep this in mind when using appliances like heaters, washing machines, hairdryers, kettles, toasters, fans, etc. Guests will be charged €40 in case electricity trips due to overuse.
- 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 or lockouts.
- Please note the water heater has limited capacity. Once the hot water runs out, it will take some time for the water to warm up.
- Please be eco-friendly and turn off all the lights and electrical appliances (such as heaters and fans) when you leave the apartment.
- 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.Get the full listing »