Stayed two nights in an eight-bed dorm. It was pretty small for eight people, but luckily, the place was not fully booked. Furnishing is very basic and the place has no real atmosphere, but there are lots of showers and everything was clean. WiFi was working well and the place is centrally located and close to the metro. I only came here to sleep and went sightseeing all day, for this purpose the place is just fine. Don't forget to bring your padlock!
This family-run guesthouse is located outside the city centre, to where it takes like 20min on foot, but there's a metro station close by. We had booked a triple room, what we got was a double and a single room whith no extra charge. The furnishing was pretty spare, but there's a common room with a kitchen and a terrace. The owner family was very friendly, and they got us a cheap taxi to the airport. The place was clean, but the bathrooms smelled badly. Great value for money. Recommended.
A great place to stay in Lisbon. It's a small hostel located in the third floor of an old, athmospheric building in the 'Baixa' quarter. I could not imagine any better location for a hostel in Lisbon, the major sights are located within walking distance and the metro station is only about 3min away. Staff was warm-hearted and helpful. The bathrooms smelled like Lisbon's clorinated drinking water, but all in all the place was clean. Definitely recommended!
Booked one night in a 6 bed dorm. Everything was clean and comfortable. Breakfast in the morning was fine, but very basic. Wifi did not reach my room. Staff was not the friendliest I've ever had. Had a nice stay though and would still recommend this hostel.