The hostel is great, and also dirt cheap, with friendly staff. At first the wifi didnt work in the room - had to go outside, but we told them and it was fixed. The room was actually a 10 minute walk from the reception, so the location is not ideal, but that depends which one you get - there's also rooms right next to the reception, i heard.
I was really pleasantly surprised with the place considering how cheap it was. The location is downright amazing, it's walking distance from everything. Staff was friendly, the atmosphere was great even though it's a tiny place
I only stayed a night, but it was good - the hostel has a bar downstairs with a great atmosphere, great to meet people and hang out.
The place is great, with a really cool atmosphere and lots of stuff going on - especially during happy hour - clean, nice, etc. The only issue I had is that it was slightly hard to find... but once I did it was superb. It's a little walk from the city center, but if you're lazy there's a bus stop right next to the hostel anyway.
A very relaxed place, not really a party one but good to chill out. Kind of far away from the city proper, but staff was friendly & the kitchen was nice as well.
The hostel is nothing special, the breakfast included was very minimal, but i just stayed one night and the place was good enough for that.
The place was bad. There are no windows & the rooms are tiny. Some of the staff were friendly and some acted as if they were doing us a huge favor by letting us stay there. the location is quite good though, but not amazing. if you just need a cheap bed you might as well stay here.
it's the best hostel i've ever stayed at, so much that i've kept extending my stay day by day and ended up spending circa 2 weeks there. the location is great, the breakfast is amazing, the atmosphere is grand and there's always something going on. a special mention for the staff, which is by far the friendliest bunch ever! it's definitely THE place to stay at when you're visiting Lisbon. accept no substitutes.