This Apartment has Two Bedrooms equipped with Queen Size beds for your Confort, and Flat Screen TVs.
Spacious and fully decorated with a mix of 18th century and modern items from easter and western inspiration. The livingroom includes one 2 seat sofa and two Arm Chairs surrounding the main multimedia are with 40″ LCD screen and bluray player.
This Aparment has its own Dinning Room, with a Wonderful round Table that Fits 6 Guests.
The fully equiped kitchen is practical and modern. With vitroceramic heater and baker oven, along with fully automatic microwave, blender, kettle and cofee machine, it’s got everything you need for preparing your favorite meals. And the automatic dishwasher will take care of everything after.
These Apartments have a Wonderful Balcony for a nice Afternoon Drink or to enjoy the City Life of Lisbon along one of the most Emblematic Streets in Lisbon.
Totally Renovated 18th Century building, right in the Center of Chiado.
Modern and efficient apartments, equipped with Elevator, Central heating, Air Conditioning and fully equipped for a pleasant and comfortable stay right in the Heart of Lisbon.
Guests can prepare their own meals using the fully equipped kitchen that each apartment offers. In addition, for a taste of Portuguese cuisine, guests can try the restaurants located within 50 metres. At night, the lively Bairro Alto is at a 3-minute walk and is the perfect place to enjoy beverages.
Babysitting and child services are available for a surcharge.
Lisbon International Airport is situated 8 Km away and a shuttle service can be provided for a surcharge. The Chiado commercial area is footsteps away and Rossio is at a 8-minute walk
It is a traditional shopping area that mixes old and modern commercial establishments, mostly located at the Carmo and Garrett streets. The most well-known café of Chiado is “A Brasileira“, famous for having had poet Fernando Pessoa among its customers, and today it is very popular among tourists. The Chiado is also an important cultural area, with several museums and theatres.
In 1988 the Chiado area was severely affected by a fire, when 18 buildings were partially or totally destroyed. Since then, owing to a renovation project coordinated by architect Álvaro Siza Vieira that lasted for more than 10 years, the affected area has recovered and features the highest real estate property prices in Portugal.
North of Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcantara is the district of Principe Real, essentially an extention of Bairro Alto, with a pleasant square and shady garden. In the center of the square is a cafe and some exotic trees, including a hundred-year-old cedar that looks like a giant umbrella, all surrounded by colorful 19th century mansions.