Pensao Residencial Camoes
Travessa do Poco da Cidade 38, 1st Floor, Lisbon, Portugal
Doubles from: $48 to $61
Note: This hotel does not offer online booking through our reservation partners. To see all available hotels in Lisbon, please search below.
Check Rates for Lisbon Hotels
Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
The Pensão Residencial Camões is a modest two-floor pension located on the restaurant-lined Travessa do Poco da Cidade in the heart of the Bairro Alto. It’s a family-run place, with 13 simple and cheap rooms. As the area gets jamming every night, it’s best suited for young travelers.
Rooms are sunny and plain—offering simple wooden beds decked out in cheery yellow or green comforters, curtains and walls. Rooms do not have TVs (there's a TV lounge), but they do have telephones. Eight rooms offer balconies perched over the Travessa and the Caldo Verde fado restaurant downstairs. Note that rooms are not air conditioned (although they do have fans), so when windows are open in the summer, you might be dancing in your bed. (We recommend earplugs.)
Half of the rooms are equipped with simple private bathrooms, while the other rooms share communal baths. Rooms that share a bath are each equipped with a sink and bidet.
A continental breakfast is included in the room rate. Wi-Fi is available throughout the pension for a fee (€5 for the entire stay).
Note: The Pensao Residencial Camoes accepts cash only.
Reviewed by: Tom Meyers, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Breakfast Included
- Luggage Storage
- No Elevator
- Reception: 24-Hour
- TV Lounge
- Wi-Fi Connection
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathroom: Shared
Travessa do Poco da Cidade 38, 1st Floor
Bairro Alto & Chiado, Lisbon, Portugal
About the Pensao Residencial Camoes neighborhood
West of Baixa, the Bairro Alto twists up a mountain. Its moody streets are bordered by steep stairways and winding alleys. The Bairro Alto is beautiful, with an organic mix of the hip, rustic, and picturesque. It's also crowded at night thanks to hot clubs, trendy bars and restaurants. Between the two 'hoods sits hilly Chiado; it's full of sophisticated cafes, museums, boutiques and theaters.