Daily life in a tranquil neighbourhood
1 double bed, 1 double sofa bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- DVD player
- ADSL Cable (Complimentary)
- satellite TV
- plasma TV
- hob cooker (gas)
Charming duplex in the heart of Lapa.
Located in a quiet, popular street in Lapa, the apartment is just minutes walk from the Museum of Ancient Art and close to the lively district of Santos, a nightlife hotspot with many bars, clubs and restaurants. Public transport is located nearby so getting around to the various tourist sights is easy and convenient.
The apartment is on the second and last floor of a modest but historic building. It has been completely refurbished to offer the best standards of modern day comfort.
The bright living room has windows that overlook the street and the décor throughout is welcoming and tastefully chosen, in shades of white and orange. There is a white sofa bed in the living room, white antique furniture and modern paintings. It is separated from the dining room by traditional beams and in the dining room there is a table and wrought iron chairs where you can sit to eat. Next to this there is a modern, fully equipped kitchen with a hatch through to the dining room.
On the same floor, there is a toilet with washbasin.
A wooden staircase leads upstairs where you will find a spacious attic containing a double bedroom and a lovely bathroom with a bath.
The apartment is an ideal place for those who want a peaceful and quiet place to return to after taking advantage of Lisbon's nightlife and tourist attractions.
If you want to have a feel of the Lisbon life choose this neighbourhood located on hills overlooking the city and the Tagus river. The famous old stylish tramways n°28 or 25 go across this zone. From those streets going down towards the river, you’ll have some of the best scenic views. Enjoy the calm of the residential area of Lapa with its elegant “Palacetes”, often occupied by embassies. But you are at a walking distance of Santos and Alcantara, other nightlife sectors of the capital. The Estrela basilica is hundred meters away, so are many other monuments to visit like Museu da Arte Antiga or the São Bento Parliament house. In the Lapa street, you will find restaurants, cafes and typical portuguese shops.