Amazing Guesthouses To Sleep In Lisbon With The Comfort Of A Hotel ♦ From Príncipe Real to Intendente, there are other alternative accommodation options to traditional hotels to stay in Lisbon. Join Secrets From Portugal and discover 3 amazing guesthouses with the comfort of a 5-star hotel.
THE INDY HOUSE
Located in the most exotic and international neighborhood in Lisbon, at the Indy House you will find a perch to rest after a long day of exploring, with ample common rooms where you can chat with other travellers and recharge your creativity or shared kitchens.
There are 34 rooms, five T1 apartments, and one T2 apartment. The interior design of the rooms has a vintage touch and stands out for the wallpapers with geometric patterns, toucans, parrots and flamingos calling for a photo on Instagram. There are also unexpected details, such as old washbasins and toilets serving as potted plants, and an interior patio.
Known as the golden lions palace, Quinta Colina is a historic 18th-century building located in the peaceful pena area, on one of Lisbon’s famous seven hills. Quinta Colina retains the classic beauty of the building, combined with a unique and modern decoration to create a pleasant and cosy environment.
with 30 double, triple or superior bedrooms and a penthouse for four people with an incredible view of Lisbon, Quinta Colina, and its team offer you a comfortable environment and a friendly service, making your stay unforgettable.
MY SUITE LISBON
Located in Príncipe Real, My Suite Lisbon is your home in Lisbon and its bright, airy and comfortable suites are the starting point to explore the city. In a walking distance from Bairro Alto, Chiado, Avenida da Liberdade or Lisbon downtown, this guesthouse allows you to make the most out of the city’s life and then rest peacefully in their secret garden.
Each suite is unique and individually decorated yet sharing a modern and functional atmosphere. This diversity allows our guests to benefit from surprising features in each of them, such as a balcony, private garden, city view or garden view.
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