Residencial Flor da Baixa

Rua Portas de Santo Antao, 81- 2, Lisbon, 1150, Portugal
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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25%
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50%
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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples60
  • Solo75
  • Business0

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View of the castle and historic centerView of the castle and historic center

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cheap, clean, safe sleeping

by salmbach

Hi All, if anyone could suggest a good location for a clean, safe and reasonably priced place to stay in Lison I would really appreciate it. Thanks,

Re: cheap, clean, safe sleeping

by suvanki

Hi! Have you checked out the VT members Hotels and Accommodations tips on the Lisbon page?
I'd also suggest trying Venere.com, Booking.com, Hostelbookers.com- (this is where I found my accommodation in Cascais), which is near to Lisbon.

You'll no doubt know that the VT Euromeet this year was held in Cascais/Lisbon, so check out the hotel tips, as many of us who attended this meet posted our thoughts and pics on the Lisbon and Cascais pages.

Re: cheap, clean, safe sleeping

by cubsur

Well I have paid 52 Euros for a room in the IBIS Saldanha for a short stopover next month. I think that's a reasonable price in a big city. IBIS is of course a major hotel chain and you know what to expect!

The hotel is about 200 metres from the Salndaha Metro station with easy access to city, main railway stations and the airport, which is why I choose it.

Re: cheap, clean, safe sleeping

by heliopinto

The youth hostels are always an option.
http://juventude.gov.pt/Portal/Lazer/en/PLisboa.htm

Greetings

Re: cheap, clean, safe sleeping

by Arno_

Some cheap, basic hotels with reasonably traveler reviews:
- Residencial Roxi, Avenida Almirante Reis, 31-3 (Avg. price €23),
- Residencial Flor da Baixa, Rua Portas de Santo Antao, 81-2 (Avg. price €37),
- Pensao Residencial Dinastia, Rua Dom Joao V7 (Avg. price €38),
- Pensao Estacao Centra, Calcada do Carmo, 17-2o,3o (Avg. price €40),
- Pensao Portuense, Rua das Portas de Santo Antao 149-157 (Avg. price €49).

I found video impressions of some of the (not nearly all) Lisbon hotels on www.herotravels.com.

Arno

Travel Tips for Lisbon

CARMO SQUARE

by LoriPori

Upon leaving the Santa Justa Lift, we came upon the lovely square CARMO SQUARE. Carmo Convent is located in front of Carmo Square, as is the ruined Carmo Church, which is used today as the Museu Arqueologico de Carmo.
The Blooming of the lovely Jacaranda tree is welcomed as a sign of spring and Carmo Square had several jacarandas, with their brilliant and fragrant purple blooms. The first time I had ever seen this tropical tree was when Hans and I went to South Africa. I really loved them and it was a pleasure to seen them again.

A pedestrian street near Rossio.

by Maurizioago

Rua Das Portas De Santo Antao is a pedestrian street where you find a big choice of restaurants, some guesthouses, several shops, and a small bar where you can have a glass of ginjinha. This is a cherry liqueour.

This street is near Rossio.

THE OCEANARIUM

by LysDor

The Oceanarium located in the Parque des Nacoes, is largest in Europe.

It presents marine life and animals of the five oceans in their environments which are close to real life..

The huge tank in the middle contains nasty looking big sharks swimming above your head!.


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Lisboa card

by tompt

Buy a Lisboa card.
This card will give you free public transport and free entrance to many musea. Some attractions offer a discount on this card.
More info on where to buy and where you can use it on the website:

The anti-posh mall: Centro Comercial da Mouraria

by SoulFisher

This is not for those who seek rich and posh places but it can be something worth of curiosity: Lisbon has overcapacity of Shopping malls. When a new mall opens, it wants to show off as luxurious and big before it starts to be overtaken by the next new ones.
This one however never had those pretentions: Centro Comercial da Mouraria.
Built in Martim Moniz, it is one of those construction mistakes in an overbuilt area. Its shops were soon occupied by the numerous overseas immigrants in the area: Indians, Pakistanis, Africans and Chinese. The Gypsies (our Iberian gypsies, not Eastern European ones) also have their shops there.

It is not well regarded by the residents of Lisbon. It can be dirty. It's in a bad neighborhood. Mouraria, the Moorish slope and birthplace of the fado music, was always an ill reputed neighborhood. It is not far from Intendente, a really no-go square with lots of hookers and junkies. So, why going there? African hair dressers, Chinese shops, Indian shops selling cassava and spices. Shops owned by gypsies selling cheap clothes (it's a traditional occupation of Portuguese gypsies to sell clothes in markets around the country).
Sometimes I come here to buy my tropical veggies in the Indian shops, but do not last long. For the outsider, it can be interesting to take a quick look though.

Right in the center, at Martim Moniz Square, near Praça da Figueira and Hotel Mundial. At the base of Castle hill's Mouraria slope.

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