Rosamar Aparthotel Lisbon

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Huelva 14 - 18, Cala de Bou, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza, 07839, Spain
Aparthotel Rosamar
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 94% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples75
  • Solo0
  • Business100

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Apartment Location....good?

by Artimizia

Hello Everyone,

Just a quick question- Looking to rent an apartment and was wondering if this area is good for travellers.

"The apartment Estevao is situated in the city centre, 3 minutes walk to either of the metro stations Anjos or Arroios, and there is a bus stop very close by.

Thank you

Re: Apartment Location....good?

by Windsailor

Hi, Arroios is the next station from Alameda direction cais do Sagre on the green line, so yes it is rather central. On that green line you have Rossio and Baixa-Chiado towards the sea.

Re: Apartment Location....good?

by Pedro_Laia

In terms of location and trasportation it is a very good area.
In safe matters, it could be safer, altough the things are geting better these days. There are some new hotels in this area, and there are very tourists around. This is not a touristic area, but there are a lot of interesting things to see here: lots of different cultures are mixed and in the same street you can find restaurants and shops from India, China, Japan, African, Brazil and many more countries.
Have a nice stay

Re: Apartment Location....good?

by Artimizia

Great, Thank your for your advise.

Re: Apartment Location....good?

by a2lopes

in terms of transportation this is well served area - both the bus and metro systems
in terms of housing it depends...
it is a very eclectic area
on the overal it is a very old area (not fancy) but with some new buildings
if it is on Rua José Estevão you are close to all kinds of shops, market, restaurants, and the area is a quiet neighborhood
tell me if you need some more assistance
(a freind of mine from Romania is living in Lisbon right now and another will come later on)

Travel Tips for Lisbon

Lisboa Card

by dimilag

You should buy the Lisboa Card. It offers you Unlimited use of the public transportation, free entrance or reductions to museums, sights, restaurants etc and additional reductions.

It offers 100% Reduction at the following places:

Cold Greenhouse, Dr. Anastácio Gonçalves Dwelling Museum, St Anthony´s Museum, City Museum, Music Museum, Folk Art Museum, Chiado Museum, Museum of the Geologic Institut,
National Archaeology Museum, National Ancient Art Museum, National Tile Museum, National Ethnology Museum, National Theatre Museum, National Costume Museum, National Coach Museum, Air Museum, Jerónimos Monastery, Belém Tower, National Pantheon, Ajuda National Palace, Pena National Palace, Pena Park, Queluz National Palace, Sintra National Palace,
Mafra National Palace.

It offers 50% Reduction at the following places:

Carris - Aerobus, Carristur - Sintra, Mestre João da Silva Dwelling Museum, Arpad Szènes,
Water Museum, Science Museum, Macau Scientific and Cultural Center Museum, Calouste Gulbenkian Planetarium.

It offers 40% Reduction at the following places:

Tourist Train - Parque das Nações.

It offers 30% Reduction at the following places:

Belém, Fado and Portuguese Guitar House, St George Castle, Olisipónia - St George Castle,
Lisboa Experience - Audiovisual show, St. Roque Museum, Tramcars and Buses Museum,Toy Museum, Puppet Museum, Monument of the Discoveries.

It offers 25% Reduction at the following places:

Carris - Hills Tour / Discoveries Tour - Sightseeing Tour in an old tramcar, Carristur - Tagus Tour / Orient Tour, Carristur - LVT Cruzeiro, Frigate D.Fernando II and Glória, Maritime Museum. It offers 20% Reduction at the following places:

Sidecar Touring - Sightseeing Tours, Transtejo - River Tour, Quinta do Sanguinha, Modern Art Center, Design Museum, Portuguese Decorative Art Museum, Calouste Gulbenkian Museum,
Military Museum, Carmo Archeologic Museum, Knowledge Pavillion, Vasco da Gama Aquarium - Exhibitions and Selling of tropical fresh water fishes.

It offers 15% Reduction at the following places:

Cityrama/Gray Line - Sightseeing Tours, Lisboa Zoo, Lisbon Oceanarium, Train and Bus - Sintra -Cabo da Roca -Cascais-Sintra, Belém Cultural Center, Culturgest - Exhibitions, Torres Joalheiros - Jewellery, Valentim de Carvalho, Adega Mesquita - Fado House Restaurant, Lisboa Vista do Tejo ( Restaurant - Cruise ), Tagus Craft Shop, Fábrica Cerâmica Viúva Lamego - Tiles and pottery, Fábrica Sant´Anna - Tiles and pottery

It offers different Reductions at the following places:

Monserrate Park - Sintra € 2, Capuchos Convent - Sintra € 2, Moorish Castle - Sintra € 2

LisboaCard 24hrs Adults: 13.50 €, Kids: 6.00 €
LisboaCard 48hrs Adults: 23.00 €, Kids: 9.50 €
LisboaCard 72hrs Adults: 28.00 €, Kids: 11.50 €


by visi_god

Travel to this points:
Marquês de Pombal
Av. da Liberdade
Praça do Comercio
Terreiro do Paço
Monument to the Discoveries
Belém Tower
Jerónimos Monastery
Lisbon Bridge
Typical Restaurant ('Fado'
and Folk dances show)
Return to the Hotel Crossing the bridge over
the River Tagus (if
Coach Museum, Jerónimos
Monastery (visit of the
Church) (both closed on
Mondays, replaced by the
visit of Ajuda Palace or
the Greenhouse)
Tower of Belém
Monument to the Discoveries
Alfama (walking / wine
Marquês de Pombal Square
Free time to lunch.
14h30: proceeding to Sintra
Palace (visit / closed on
Wednesdays, replaced by
Queluz Palace)
Cabo da Roca (the
westernmost point of
Europe) (from 1st April to 31st
Cascais (Glimpse of the
fishing port)
Estoril (Glimpse of the
Casino and its gardens)
Return to Lisbon.

Padrao dos Descobrimentos

by Martin_S.

Lisbon's Padrao dos Descobrimentos (Monument to the Discoveries, or maybe Discoverers), is an outstanding landmark in this city. Dedicated to those brave explorers (yes before there was VT to help guide them) who made the Portugese name known throughout the world. You can go to the link below and there is an English PDF file that you can use to identify all the people represented there, I am SURE you will recognize many.

The last photo shows the world map, done in marble, found at the entrance to the monument. You can see Hansi and Lori "visiting" Canada....

Bacalhau à brás

by novsco61

When we had VT meeting in Cascais I wanted to try typical Portuguese food. Teresa (tere1) recomended Bacalhau à brás and she was right - the dish was fantastic,only the portion was too big..))))

Bacalhau à brás is codfish with eggs and potatoes.
Here is the recipe:

Bacalhau à Brás

3-4 servings

250-300g of bacalhau (dried codfish)
500g of potatoes, julienned into matchstick-like pieces
2 onions, finely chopped
large quantities of canola or corn oil for frying

2-3 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
6 eggs, slightly beaten
1 tsp freshly ground black pepper
0.5dl chopped parsley
black olives

Soak the codfish for 24 h, changing the water 3-5 times to get rid of excess salt. When the fish has softened, check for bones and cut into pieces with kitchen scissors.

Peel and cut the potatoes into long, thick matchsticks. Rinse several times until the water remains clear; drain in a colander. Heat the oil in a large skillet, fry the potatoes till golden. (I use oils more suitable for heavy-duty frying and less expensive than high-grade olive oil for this purpose and enhance the taste of the dish by using good oil later in the process). Transfer the potatoes on a plate lined with kitchen towels to absorb excess fat. Next, fry the chopped onions in the oil until lightly browned. Put aside, and stir-fry the cod in the remaining oil.

Heat a little olive oil in a thick-bottomed kettle. Infuse the quartered garlic clove until golden, then remove. Add half of the potatoes and all of onions and bacalhau. Lightly beat 6 eggs in a bowl, season with freshly ground black pepper, then add this mixture into the kettle. Stir gently over a low heat, not unlike scrambling eggs: when the eggs are firm, take away from heat; add the chopped parsley. Just before serving, add the remaining fried potatoes to maintain their fried crispness. Decorate with black olives if desired and serve immediately with good crusty Portuguese bread and wine.

People here usually greet each...

by ginguba

People here usually greet each other with 2 kisses, one in each cheak, so if you know portuguese poeple and they greet u like that, or introduce you to other portuguese and they kiss you, don't be surprised. But in between 2 men, they just shake hands.


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 Rosamar Aparthotel Lisbon

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Rosamar Ibiza
Rosamar Aparthotel Hotel
Aparthotel Rosamar Hotel Sant Antoni De Portmany

Address: Huelva 14 - 18, Cala de Bou, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza, 07839, Spain