Jardim de Santos Hostel Reviews
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Really nice staffs. Some things were unconvenient, but I found lots of friends there. Breakfast is fine. Spacious.
I really like this clean, light and beautiful hostel. I only stayed here for one night but would definitely recommend this place. The staff were very helpful and even though we didn't stay at the hostel our last day in Lisboa, we could keep our bags there. :-)
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
We just stayed there for one night. Nice atmosphere with cool decoration and furniture. Good Price! It's not really close to the metro station but still in walking distance. The showers and toilletts are really small, not very comfortable. We didn't liked the fact that you don't get a key for the front door and the door of your room. As we had to leave the hostel really early, we waked up the other people in the room because of the sound of the floor. All in all for one night it was really nice.
The hostel is far from the city center and public transport. There is nothing organised by the hostel like game, evening dinner, ... To create a good atmosphère. You have no privacy in the bathroom. There is just a table for 4 people in the living-room to have your breakfast
One of the best hostels we've stayed in. However we had a bus to catch on our last morning, and the 8am breakfast after being late, and then promised at 8:15, showed up at 8:30. This might sound like a bit of a winge, but every other day a lovely spred was layer out at 8am. Would recommend and stay again .
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 41+
- (1 review)
20 mins walk from Cais do Sodre metro station. but you can walk to the city centre (Rossio) in 25 mins as well. good facilities in the hostel. very clean and tidy. the female staff is very friendly and helpful. but the quality of the floor board is a problem. when someone steps onto some floor boards then creaking sounds will be produced.
A beautiful, lovely, quiet hostel with a nice, family like atmosphere. We had a nice few days chilling here before Lagos and absolutely loved it. The rooms were nice and bright, beds were super comfy and kitchen was well equip. Staff were so lovely as well. Great for meeting new people too.
Honestly the greatest hostel you'll ever stay in. The staff were super friendly with any queries we had for them. The hostel itself is so pristine with attention to detail being spot on. Thank you.
Pros: -tastefully designed and furnished by staff, looks as good as on their website -24 hours security -breakfast includes cereal, portugese buns, cheese, ham, orange juice, milk, and coffee -strong wifi signal, two laptop terminals for those who don't carry their own devices, tv, and a fun basket of wigs -takes credit card Cons: -woman communal showers are individual stalls that shares the same room as bathrooms and sinks, the overall room does not have a lock.
I really liked this hostel. Close to a train and metro station (although bus stops seem to be sofar ffrom each other in Lisbon), clean, coffee all day long, you can leave your luggage there for sone time after check out, free maps, free wifi, magazines/DVDs/computers for guests, attentive staff. The only thing that I found a little disorganized is the bathroom. The toilets and showers should be in the opposite sides. All in all, a very good place.