I traveled around Europe from Istanbul to Lisbon, Edinburgh to Malta, and this place was by far the BEST hostel I stayed at. On a scale of 5, this place is a 20, hands down. Location is EXCELLENT. It's central and you can easily walk almost everywhere you want to go for tourist-y stuff. The staff was wonderful. I met friends at the hostel and was going to stay an extra day than them, so I asked if I could just leave my things in the room I was already in and not have to pack up and "check out" only to check back in, and they accommodated me, no problem. This was unusual for my experience with hostels and it was so nice! The decor is unparalleled for hostels as well- funky, cool, and comfortable. Always spotless and clean while I was there; the shower and bathroom facilities were wonderful. Loved the nightly dinners! Food was great, company was even better. Can't wait to come back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With supreme comfort, cleanliness, style and security, the multi-award-winning Lisbon Lounge Hostel is the perfect place to call home during your visit to our fantastic city.The LLH was the first hostel in Lisbon, opened in 2005 as a project by four Portuguese. From the beginning the concept was simple: to give backpackers a first-class Lisbon experience at budget prices. Through the years we have continued to improve our service, and we were recently voted the best Small Hostel in the World 2010 and 2011 by Hostelworld.Our services include free walking tours, free nightlife tours, bicycle rental, mini bar and free coffee and tea all day. For a low cost you can join other guests for our three-course hostel dinner, cooked by our talented Portuguese chef. We also offer cheap van tours (during summertime) to the romantic historical town of Sintra and the local beaches.Were located in the heart of Lisbon's historic Baixa district, the main tourist centre of the city. The hostel is just around the corner from the iconic Rua Augusta, a grand and beautiful mosaic-tiled pedestrian street capped by a colossal arch. A short stroll will also take you to the charming suburb of Alfama, the oldest part of Lisbon and the home of Fado, the music of Portugal. At night you can walk to the famous Bairro Alto, a labyrinth of bars and street parties. All forms of public transport, including the airport shuttle and the Cascais beach train line, are within very short walking distance of our hostel.With so much on offer, you will have everything you need to have a comfortable, memorable and fun stay in Lisbon. We look forward to welcoming you to the city we love. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Lisbon Lounge Hotel Lisbon