Home in Lisbon
Rua de São Nicolau, 13, 2E,, Lisbon, Portugal
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Home in Lisbon sits along the western edge of Baixa at the beginning of Sâo Nicolau. The hostel offers bunks and a party for under €20 a night. It's got an upbeat atmosphere, and is close to all of central Lisbon and just down the mountain from the castle.
Situated on two floors of an old apartment building, Home in Lisbon still exudes the warmth of residential living. The hostel's 60 beds are located in what were obviously living rooms, bedrooms and other common areas. Dorm rooms sleep four or six. The wooden floors are original, as are the large French doors that open to small terraces. All bedrooms and bathrooms are mixed gender.
A sun-drenched lounge on the second floor provides brightly colored sofas and tables, and free Internet stations. Home in Lisbon's hipster communal kitchen (intentionally covered in graffiti) functions as another hangout zone, replete with smoking terrace.
What else? Oh right—the hostel pours free shots at 11 p.m., six nights a week, right before a midnight pub crawl.
A continental breakfast is included in the room rate. Home in Lisbon provides a free laundry service twice a day and free Wi-Fi is offered throughout the hostel.
Reviewed by: Tom Meyers, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Breakfast Included
- Cash Only
- Guest Kitchen
- Internet Station
- Laundry Service
- Luggage Storage
- Non-Smoking Hotel
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Swimming Pool
- Tourist information
- Wi-Fi: Free
- AC Available
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Shared
- Internet Access
- Key Card Access
- Linen Included
Rua de São Nicolau, 13, 2E,
Baixa, Lisbon, Portugal
Phone: +351 21 88 64 280
About the Home in Lisbon neighborhood
The grid-shaped Baixa neighborhood was completely rebuilt following Lisbon’s an earthquake in 1755. Today the area functions as the city's chief shopping hub. Two large streets, rua Augusta and rua de Santa Justa, are pedestrian-only. Baixa is an easy jumping-off point for seeing the rest of the city. Praça Rossio, sitting at the top of Baixa, is the city's most active square.