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Kind staff, clean and tidy rooms and bathrooms, delicious breakfast... I can only recommend this hostel for you !! :-)
- Novice Nomad
- Czech Republic
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
The location of the hostel is perfect for the visit of the city; the double room we booked for three nights was simple but comfortable. The window was well isolated despite the huge noise in Saturday night. The toilet was clean but there was just one for females and one for males, this might be a problem when the hostel is fully booked. The breakfast was average with other hostels I've previously stayed.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)
The staff were very nice and helpful. It's a nice area. Can be a little noisy from people drinking on the streets but most people will want to be out at night anyway. If you want to go to bed early and sleep, this may not be the best hostel for you. It's very nice and relaxed there
Typical hostel with private room and dormitory (we stay in a 6 bed), the bathroom is in common. The hostel is clean and the staff is kind and always present. The position is very good, near the Erasmus corner and in front of there is a 'miraoudorio'. Negative things is that during summer nights the streets around the hostel are full of people 'cause there are a lot of chip pubs and it's very noisy, so you can't sleep.
Nice hostel with nice staff near the metro (easy to come from the Oriente bus/train station and from the airport) and the Rossio train station (to go to Sintra) and located in the middle of Bairro Alto, this hostel will be perfect if you want to visit the main places in Lisbon and also to have fun during night (due to its location it could be a bit noisy at night during the weeking)
If location is what you are looking for, then this place is fantastic. This hostel is located very centrally and is pretty much right beside the major nightlife area of the city. There is, however, a very steep climb uphill to the hostel depending on which way you are walking so just keep that in mind. The staff was not present both when I checked in and checked out so that ended up making me wait until they arrived - which made me miss a train I had to catch. But other than that it was decent.
This was a lovely little hostel, the staff were extremely nice and helpful. Nice location (don't be put off by the entraceway!) the facilities were fine but perhaps could have had more than one shower. Would love to stay again!
I had a neutral experience at this hostel; staff was nice altough mostly of the day there were nobody available to help you out, which can be very annoying. The location is nice, in the area where all bars are. Our window was right on a party street so it was very noisy at night. overall the value for money is ok, as it was very cheap
Really nice stay. Double room was clean, bed was comfortable, we had all the facilities we needed, including enough amount of electric sockets. It was a bit too loud during the night because of the bars on the street, but after closing the window and using fan instead we managed to sleep. The bathroom was clean and we had no problems with access to it. The breakfast was also ok. The owner is really nice. Prepare for a hill to climb on your way from metro to hostel, Lisbon is not a flat city ;)
It is a nice hostel situated in a good area. If you want to go out at night it is perfect but it is too loud to sleep because there is too much noise from the party people outside. And it is too hot in the rooms even though they have a fan.