Fully equipped vintage flat (AL 2928) with unique upcycled decoration details designed by me. It has 2 bedrooms, free Wi-Fi and it 's in a free parking area, only 8 min. walk from Jerónimos Monastery. Also very close from Belem Tower, the Coaches Museum, the new MAAT Museum, the famous Nata Pastry Shop, Belem Cultural Center (free), Belem crafts and vintage market, Belem Botanical garden, many great restaurants and much more. Only 18 min. by train from Carcavelos sunny beach. You will love it!
This cosy and charming two rooms flat is registered in Lisbon's Tourism Office (AL/2928) and it's perfect for a couple or a family of 5 even if can accommodate 6 persons.
This flat is fully eqquiped with:
- Free Wi-Fi
- Cable TV with internationa channels
- One Bedroom with a double bed (linen included)
- Another bedroom with two single beds (linen included)
- A big sofa bed in the living room for 2
- Baby cot upon request
- Fully equipped kitchen with tea and coffee pods, sugar and spices.
- Bathroom with a shower cabin (fresh towels, bath gel, shampoo an hair dryer included)
- LCD TV
- Maps and lots of touristic leaflets
ATRACTIONS IN WALKING DISTANCE
- Belém Tower (UNESCO site)
- Jeronimos Monastery
- Padrão dos Descobrimentos
- MAAT Museum
- Belém Presidential Palace
- Ajuda Royal Palace and botanical garden
- Pastéis de Belém Factory (custard pies)
- National Coaches and Carriages Museum
- Electricity Museum
- Belém Cultural Centre (CCB, free art exhibition)
- National Archeology Musem
- Navy Museum
- Popular Art Museum
- Belém Antiques Market
- Belém Botanical Garden
- Alcantara Docks ( restaurants and bars)
- LX Factory sunday market
- Sunday antiques market in Belem garden
- Ajuda Daily Market: great and colorful place to buy fresh fish, fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese and bread from local producers with incredible prices: 500 meters
- Big supermarket: 350 meters ( opens everyday from 9 AM to 9 PM)
- Minimarket open until 12 am: 100 meters
- Portuguese, italian, thai, chinese and japanese restaurants. Some of them have terraces by the garden.
- Yummy pastries and bakeries nearby such as "Padaria Portuguesa"
- Pharmacy: 300 meters
- Post office: 400 meters
- ATM machine: 250 meters
- Hospital: 900 meters
- NOS Alive Festival (mid July ): 3 kms ( 3 minutes by Uber / Taxi)
- Free street parking area in front of the flat and in from of the church
- Night Bars and Clubs in area: 12 minutes walking, by the river
CHECKIN / CHECKOUT:
Flexible check in and check out when arrival and departure dates don’t match with reservations from other guests.
AIRPORT PICK UP
I can provide pick up service from the airport depending on your arrival time. Ask me about it.
- Train: Walk 10 minutes and you will be at Belém train station, only 3 stops distance to Cais do Sodré (7 minutes) and 6 to 10 stops from Estoril and Cascais beaches (20 to 30 minutes of panoramic train trip).
- Tram number 15 will take you to Cais do Sodré in 15 minutes.
- There are several buses to Cais do Sodré and Martim Moniz (728).
- Transtejo boats will take you to the others side of the river, close from Caparica beaches.
- A taxi should cost about 14 to 18 euros already with the luggage fee which is a unique fee that includes all you bags (not for each bag).
I just want to repeat once more that there is a new city tax in Lisbon (beggining on january 2016): Every guest sleeping in a hotel or short term rental flats must pay 1 euro per night, until a maximum of 7 euros. This amount must be paid in cash upon arrival. Kids under 14 don't pay this tax.
You can ask me anything you need and I will help you planning your stay with tips that suit your interests. Tell what you like and I will prepare you a list full of tips. Also when you are in town I am always available by e-mail, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) and viber.
I can provide flexible check in and check out whenever possible, as long as it doesnt interfeer with other guests. Still I can always keep your bags until you leave. Don't worry about this, just worry about what you should do to have a good time in this lovely city.
If you need a taxi to go somewhere (maybe the airport) I can book you one. I can also provide pick up service whenever I am available.
I have FaceTime, Whataspp and (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN).
I provide free coffee, tea, some drinks, bed linen, towels, shampoo, shower gel, Wi-Fi w/ unlimited access and TV with 130 channels (most of them in English, Cine Channels and Cartoon Channels for kids), maps and other touristic information.
I will be available to provide any further information during your stay.
ID: After booking the flat, please send your ID.
LATE ARRIVALS: I may charge a 15 euros fee for arrivals after 11 pm.
SMOKING: Please don't smoke inside the flat.
KITCHEN: Avoid living food on the balcony, specially during summmer (ants may come up)
SILENCE TIME: after 10 pm.
LIGHTS: Switch off the lights and all domestic appliances whenever you go MAGAZINES: All magazines and books must be kept in the flat.
KEYS: The opening of the door (key forgotten or lost) costs 20 € between 22:00 and 8:00 h. When a key is lost, € 50 will be deducted from the deposit. Don't ever leave the keys inside the door lock. Opening a door with extra help may cut between 80 and 150 euros.
These rules are part of the rental contract. While renting the flat you accept them as valid.
Please let me know if there is any problem, before you check out. Thanks and enjoy your stay!
Hi, I'm Elsa. I'm a travel blogger who is completely in love with Lisbon.
I have worked in advertising companies for some years but know I work as freelancer copywriter and I manage 3 short term rental flats in town, one in Madragoa and two in Belém. I have found out that I should have taken a degree in Tourism. I really appreciate sharing the best that Lisbon and its surroundings have to offer. Whenever I can, I try to found new places in town such as new graffitis, new restaurants, new vintage shops and so on. I feel that I have to know absolutely everything that is going on in Lisbon so that I can help my guests as best as I can. It is great to mix work with pleasure! My favorites places in town are Madragoa quarter with its old convents and palaces and many great restaurants, Baixa (downtown) with its many acient shops (I know them all) and I have a crush for Belém gardens and pastry shops. To go out at night, I choose Cais do Sodré and Bairro Alto. To drink coffe and read newspapares, Adamastor scenic point is my favorite place. I guess I could write a book only to share my favorite spots in town. You will a find a booklet in my flats where I point my favorite places, so that you can try to live like a local as much as possible. Feel free to share your interests and I will be glad to give you my suggestions. Maybe you too will fall in love with Lisbon as I did. The truth is, I have already received several couples more than once. Is there a better reward?