Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

If Portugal is on your European itinerary, check out the best places to stay in Lisbon here.

Anyone who wants to make an incredible trip to Portugal needs to be careful in planning the tour. The first step to make your trip to Lisbon unforgettable is to book a good accommodation, in one of the best regions of the city. For this, we curated hotels and other types of accommodation that are highly rated, and we indicate these places in this guide, to help readers looking for where to stay in Lisbon.



In the selection below, you will discover some of the best rated places in the Portuguese capital, from sophisticated hotels, with a spa, pool and gym, to hostels considered the best in the world. All of them are well located, close to the most unmissable historical points – by the way, here is also a tip: the Lisboa Card is a card that includes admission to museums and unlimited public transport for those who will stay in Lisbon from 24 to 72 hours. very worth it.

Without further ado, let's get down to business! Keep scrolling down and check out the best tips on where to stay in Lisbon, with recommendations on the most recommended neighborhoods and travellers' favorite hotels.

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Best neighborhoods to choose where to stay in Lisbon


Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

Rua Augusta Arch in Praça do Comércio in Lisbon, Portugal

O Historic center, with neighborhoods like Chiado e Bethlehem, is definitely one of the best locations to look for hotels to stay in Lisbon. Ideal for those who do not want to lose proximity to the tourist attractions, it is best to stay in the region, which also has other neighborhoods, such as Baixa, Príncipe Real, Avenida da Liberdade and Castelo.


Chiado is, without a doubt, one of the noblest places to stay in Lisbon. Full of charming cafes and high street shops, it also has some of the best hotels in the city. Belém is also a highlight, close to the Belém Tower and other sights. In addition, it is where the famous Pastéis de Belém are located and from there it is very easy to reach the center of Lisbon by public transport, in just 20 minutes.

Below, we list our favorite accommodations in the city.

Chiado

  • Le Consulat – Daily rates from € 156 – Note 9,1
  • Lisbon Carmo Hotel – Daily rates from € 164 – Note 9,2
  • 9Hotel Mercy – Daily rates from € 89 – Note 8,6
  • Martinhal Lisbon Chiado – Daily rates from € 89 – Note 9,4
  • Chiado Arty Flats – Daily rates from € 123 – Note 9,5
  • Bairro Alto Hotel – Daily rates from € 417 – Note 9,3

Low

  • Vincci Baixa – Daily rates from € 122 – Note 8,8
  • Pestana CR7 Lisbon – Daily rates from € 144 – Note 8,9
  • Hotel MeraPrime Gold Lisboa – Daily rates from € 85 – Note 8,9
  • Pousada de Lisboa – Small Luxury Hotels Of The World – Daily rates from € 259 – Note 9,1
  • My Story Hotel Ouro – Daily rates from € 87 – Note 9,0
  • My Story Hotel Augusta – Daily rates from € 93 – Note 9,3
  • Browns Downtown Hotel – Daily rates from € 110 – Note 9,0

Bairro Alto

  • Verride Santa Catarina Palace – Daily rates from € 334 – Note 9,1
  • Monte Belvedere Hotel by Shiadu – Daily rates from € 101 – Note 8,9
  • Lx Boutique Hotel – Daily rates from € 108 – Note 8,9
  • Raw Culture Art & Lofts Bairro Alto – Daily rates from € 238 – Note 9,3
  • The Lumiares Hotel & Spa – Small Luxury Hotels Of The World – Daily rates from € 268 – Note 9,2

Prince royal

  • Casa de Sao Mamede Hotel – Daily rates from € 79 – Note 8,9
  • Lisbon Sao Bento Hotel – Daily rates from € 86 – Note 8,8
  • The Vintage Hotel & Spa – Lisbon – Daily rates from € 208 – Note 9,0
  • Memmo Príncipe Real – Design Hotels – Daily rates from € 249 – Note 9,2
  • Hotel ibis Lisbon Liberdade – Daily rates from € 68 – Note 8,6
  • Altis Grand Hotel – Daily rates from € 133 – Note 8,9
  • Eurostars Das Letras – Daily rates from € 131 – Note 8,4

Bethlehem

  • Governor's Palace – Daily rates from € 134 – Note 9,0
  • Altis Belem Hotel & Spa – Design Hotels – Daily rates from € 226 – Note 8,9
  • Hotel Jeronimos 8 – Daily rates from € 119 – Note 8,1

Avenida da Liberdade

  • Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa - A Leading Hotel of the World – Daily rates from € 200 – Note 9,1
  • TURIM Boulevard Hotel – Daily rates from € 155 – Note 8,9
  • Hotel Britania – Lisbon Heritage Collection – Avenida – Daily rates from € 145 – Note 9,5
  • NH Collection Lisboa Liberdade – Daily rates from € 147 – Note 8,7
  • Avani Avenida Liberdade Lisbon Hotel – Daily rates from € 112 – Note 8,6
  • Sofitel Lisbon Liberdade – Daily rates from € 182 – Note 8,8
  • Neya Hotel Lisboa – Rates from € 105 – Note 8,5

Castle

  • Solar do Castelo – Lisbon Heritage Collection – Daily rates from € 154 – Note 9,3
  • Olissippo Castelo – Daily rates from € 108 – Note 8,8
  • Salvador Convent Hotel – Daily rates from € 91 – Note 9,0
  • Dalma Old Town Suites – Daily rates from € 107 – Note 9,0
  • Castello Prime Suites – Daily rates from € 151 – Note 8,7

Best hotels in Lisbon

Check below the best hotels in Lisbon according to guest reviews and the quality offered in these stays. We evaluate the comfort, advantages and cost-benefit of each one of them:



1 - My Story Hotel Augusta

Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

O My Story Hotel Augusta is one of the best tips on where to stay in Lisbon, with an excellent review by travelers who have already stayed there. The hotel's location is perfect, on a corner of Rua Augusta and very close to the famous arch of the same name. There is a quality restaurant in the accommodation itself, and the staff does not disappoint in the treatment of guests – in fact, it is one of the most praised points of the stay. Those who choose this hotel also enjoy large and very comfortable rooms. – SEE PRICES

  • Rates from €93
  • Overall Guest Rating: 9,3 / 869 reviews
  • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
  • Nearby Attractions: Arco da Rua Augusta (0,2 km), Rossio Square (0,4 km), and Castelo de São Jorge (0,5 km)

Featured rating:

“Excellent location, best impossible, close to the best points of Lisbon. Wonderful service from the staff.” – Rose no Booking.com - see all reviews

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  • Lisbon Carmo Hotel
  • Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Lisboa Carmo Hotel is located in Chiado and presents itself as one of the preferred choices for visitors to Lisbon. With elegantly decorated rooms and sumptuous furniture, the accommodations offer all the ideal comfort for a good rest after sightseeing around the city. The comfort of the bed and pillows is incomparable, and the view from the rooms is also beautiful. The hotel staff is friendly and always willing to help. and the good location is another big advantage of staying there. – SEE PRICES



    • Rates from €164
    • Overall Guest Rating: 9,2 / 2.031 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Convento do Carmo (0,1 km), Santa Justa Elevator (0,2 km), and Rossio Square (0,2 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Breakfast is complete and of exceptional quality. Fruits like fresh papaya and berries, homemade yogurt, delicious black coffee, pancakes, eggs, a well-balanced and appetizing meal.” – Tamara no Booking.com - see all reviews

    3 - Hotel Britania – Lisbon Heritage Collection – Avenida

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    O Hotel Britania – Lisbon Heritage Collection – Avenida It is a perfect four-star hotel for those who are visiting the Portuguese capital and want an extra refinement to enjoy in their accommodation. Every detail of the hotel is designed for a super positive guest experience, and the spacious and well-equipped rooms and bathrooms are more than ideal for a stay. Breakfast is another highlight at the hotel, with artisan breads made on site, as well as other varied and very fresh delights. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €145
    • Overall Guest Rating: 9,5 / 566 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Parque Mayer (0,3 km), Lisbon Botanical Garden (0,5 km), and Mirante de São Pedro de Alcântara (0,7 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Location and especially staff. Very friendly and helpful. Always willing to help the guest. Germinated rooms for families are excellent.” – Aurelio not Booking.com - see all reviews

    4 - Salvador Convent Hotel

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    With a large and inviting outdoor patio, in addition to an elegant ambience inside, the Salvador Convent Hotel is an incredible lodging tip for those who want to stay in the Castelo region. The rooms are well equipped, with soft beds, TV and a desk, and the clean decor makes for a pleasant environment for a night's rest. Some units even have a view of the Tagus. The hotel's breakfast is a great highlight, very varied and attractively priced. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €91
    • Overall Guest Rating: 9,0 / 2.515 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Miradouro de Santa Luzia (0,1 km), Museu do Fado (0,3 km), and Castelo de São Jorge (0,3 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Very complete breakfast! A delight, great location and perfectly clean room. We checked in earlier than expected and all the staff were very friendly” – Fernanda no Booking.com - see all reviews

    5 - Monte Belvedere Hotel by Shiadu

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    O Monte Belvedere Hotel by Shiadu is a tip of where to stay in Lisbon for those who like to enjoy incredible views, even more from the accommodation itself. The place has a terrace, where there is a well-praised restaurant, which faces the Tagus, guaranteeing a privileged view. The accommodations themselves are pleasant and airy, with high quality furniture, comfortable beds, spacious closets, TV and air conditioning, and are decorated with works of art. There is a varied breakfast buffet at the hotel. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €101
    • Overall Guest Rating: 8,9 / 896 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby attractions: Miradouro de Santa Catarina (0 km), Elevador da Bica (0,2 km), and Mercado da Ribeira (0,4 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Very nice hotel. Tasteful decor and comfortable accommodation. Good breakfast, with a wonderful view of the Tagus. The service was excellent.” – Ana no Booking.com - see all reviews

    6 - Neya Lisbon Hotel

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    O Neya Lisbon Hotel is a four star hotel considered the most sustainable hotel in Lisbon. Located near Avenida da Liberdade, the city's main avenue, in the Arroios neighborhood, the property has won numerous recognitions for its positive social and environmental impact. 

    Neya offsets the carbon footprint of all hotel guests throughout their stay by planting trees. In addition, it has a social project that benefits families with children admitted to the hospital right across the street, offering free accommodation. 

    The ecological and social awareness actions make Neya one of the most special hotels in Lisbon. It also has great service, large rooms, excellent breakfast with healthy options, bicycles available free of charge for guests and is in a prime location in the city. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €131
    • Overall Guest Rating: 8,5 / 738 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Picoas Metro (0,5 km), Atrium Saldana (0,6 km), and Praça do Marquês de Pombal (0,9 km)

    Featured rating:

    “I really liked the space and the environment. Very comfortable and pleasant. I was very well taken care of. A special thanks to Rafael who was very kind and friendly.” – juliana not Booking.com - see all reviews

    7 - Casa de Sao Mamede Hotel

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    A Casa de Sao Mamede Hotel It is an old building in the Portuguese capital, which was renovated to function as a guesthouse, but still retains its old and characteristic features. Right at the entrance, you can already admire the exquisite decoration of the place, which has environments full of very typical tiles, ceiling with plaster ornaments, works of art and classic furniture. The rooms are quite spacious and well equipped with comfortable beds. The hotel staff is also great, as is the breakfast served there. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €79
    • Overall Guest Rating: 8,9 / 516 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Lisbon Botanical Garden (0,3 km), Marquês de Pombal Square (0,8 km), and Mirante de São Pedro de Alcântara (0,8 km)

    Featured rating:

    “The place is very beautiful, the location is excellent. Beds are very comfortable. The room is very spacious and has a retro style.” – juliana not Booking.com - see all reviews

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  • Solar do Castelo – Lisbon Heritage Collection
  • Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    A boutique alternative of where to stay in Lisbon is the differentiator Solar do Castelo – Lisbon Heritage Collection. Operating in an old building adapted to receive guests, each environment of the hotel tells a little bit of history, and the property in general offers a unique stay experience. The rooms are very comfortable, with large and soft beds, as well as a TV. Breakfast on site is super well served, and the extensive garden is one of the highlights, where birds such as peacocks live. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €154
    • Overall Guest Rating: 9,3 / 214 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Castelo de São Jorge (0,1 km), Church of Santiago (0,3 km), and Lisbon Cathedral (0,4 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Excellent location, next to Castelo de Sao Jorge, Lisbon. Historic building completely renovated, with a large breakfast/living room, internal patio. Tasteful decor. Competent and knowledgeable staff, always ready to help.” – America not Booking.com - see all reviews

    9 - Browns Downtown Hotel

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    For those looking for accommodation in the center of the destination, few options are more suitable than the Browns Downtown Hotel. The property is very close to Rua Augusta and tourist attractions in the center, such as Praça do Comércio. All the staff provide excellent service, and the facilities are comfortable, cozy and elegantly decorated, including fully equipped rooms that even have Mac computers on the desk. There is a restaurant in the hotel, and the cost/benefit ratio is incredible. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €110
    • Overall Guest Rating: 9,0 / 1.882 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Santa Justa Elevator (0,2 km), Arco da Rua Augusta (0,3 km), and Praça do Comércio (0,3 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Hotel well located. Very comfortable room. Breakfast of very good quality, offered in the group's restaurant. Great service." – I need it Booking.com - see all reviews

    10 - Governor's Palace

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    In the region of Belém, in Lisbon, the Governor's Palace shows itself as a sophisticated alternative of hosting. With amazing rooms, which can accommodate up to three travelers, there is air conditioning, TV, bathrobe and slippers available in each accommodation, while in the common area the hotel offers great swimming pools and a wellness center with various massage services, sauna , among other relaxing treatments. There is an à la carte restaurant and a bar on the property, whose location even allows you to see the Belém Tower in the background. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €134
    • Overall Guest Rating: 9,0 / 1.404 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Torre de Belém (0,4 km), Mosteiro dos Jeronimos (0,8 km), and Pasteis de Belém (1,0 km)

    Featured rating:

    “We like everything. Very friendly and helpful employees. Breakfast very good. Exceptional Anfora restaurant. Very good food and friendly service.” – Afonso no Booking.com - see all reviews

    11 - Altis Grand Hotel

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    An older tip among Lisbon accommodations is the Altis Grand Hotel, which has been in operation for almost half a century, but maintains its structure well preserved to receive guests from all over the world. The place is adapted to offer modern amenities, both in the room and in the common areas, including a gym, restaurant and a super inviting terrace to spend time. The staff is helpful and already at the reception, conquers those staying there, with treats such as Port wine, custard tarts and sweets for the children. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €133
    • Overall Guest Rating: 8,9 / 2.238 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby Attractions: Lisbon Botanical Garden (0,3 km), Parque Mayer (0,4 km), and Marquês de Pombal Square (0,5 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Service, very kind. From breakfast to everything you need. Comfort, air conditioning and cleanliness. Very complete spa. A true 5 star.” – Gandolfi no Booking.com - see all reviews

    12 - Lx Boutique Hotel

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    O Lx Boutique Hotel is a different tip of where to stay in Lisbon. The accommodation is at the intersection between the neighborhoods of Chiado, Baixa and Cais de Sodré, making its location super privileged, including rooms with views of the Tagus. The accommodations are elegant and complete, perfect for trips as a couple, with soft beds, TV, air conditioning, minibar and unique decor in each space. All the staff is attentive and helpful, in addition to the breakfast in the space being noteworthy. – SEE PRICES

    • Rates from €108
    • Overall Guest Rating: 8,9 / 1.158 reviews
    • Offers free cancellation (see conditions)
    • Nearby attractions: Mercado da Ribeira (0,2 km), Miradouro de Santa Catarina (0,5 km), and Elevador da Bica (0,5 km)

    Featured rating:

    “Large, comfortable room, large bed, rooms with a view, beautiful decor, super modern and well equipped bathroom, very friendly and helpful staff. I highly recommend it.” – Paula no Booking.com - see all reviews

    List of the most booked hotels to stay in Lisbon

    Below you can check a list of all the hotels in Lisbon that we recommend in the post. Thus, it is possible to identify fundamental characteristics of the accommodations, such as the daily rate for a couple, in addition to the rating of the places on Booking.com, making it easier for you to choose the ideal stay.

    1. My Story Hotel Augusta – Daily rates from € 93 – Note 9,3
    2. Lisbon Carmo Hotel – Daily rates from € 164 – Note 9,2
    3. Hotel Britania – Lisbon Heritage Collection – Avenida – Daily rates from € 145 – Note 9,5
    4. Salvador Convent Hotel – Daily rates from € 91 – Note 9,0
    5. Monte Belvedere Hotel by Shiadu – Daily rates from € 101 – Note 8,9
    6. Neya Lisbon Hotel – Daily rates from € 131 – Note 8,5
    7. Casa de Sao Mamede Hotel – Daily rates from € 79 – Note 8,9
    8. Solar do Castelo – Lisbon Heritage Collection – Daily rates from € 154 – Note 9,3
    9. Browns Downtown Hotel – Daily rates from € 110 – Note 9,0
    10. Governor's Palace – Daily rates from € 134 – Note 9,0
    11. Altis Grand Hotel – Daily rates from € 133 – Note 8,9
    12. Lx Boutique Hotel – Daily rates from € 108 – Note 8,9

    See all Lisbon hotel options.

    How much is a night in Lisbon?

    The average price for a night in Lisbon is €100 (double room), but this amount can vary depending on the location, facilities, if the trip is on a public holiday or if the reservation was made in advance.

    Where to stay in Lisbon near the Center

    Have you ever thought about being able to see from your bedroom window the Portuguese pavement from above, the tram passing and the Tagus River in the background? This is the case of Hotel Alecrim in Chiado, located in one of the most beautiful streets in the city, which descends from Chiado to Cais do Sodré. Breakfast is served in the room, decorated with all the charm of typical Portuguese houses.

    O Hotel Tivoli located on Avenida Liberdade, it is always at the top of the list of places to stay in Lisbon. From the spa, swimming pool, gym, to the restaurant with panoramic views where you can taste the famous Portuguese seafood, here the business is five-star quality. For those looking for good value for money and sustainable accommodation, a great tip is to stay in Hotel Neya, a four-star hotel considered to be the most eco-friendly hotel in the city.

    If you would love to stay in a palace, then the Hotel Torel Palace is the ideal option. Situated on top of one of the city's seven hills, the view from this place is simply magnificent. Alfama is next door and so is Castelo de São Jorge. Each room in this palace, built in 1902, recreates the fairytale atmosphere. In addition, it makes reference to Portuguese royalty through the decoration.

    hotels in Lisbon

    Staying well in Lisbon is very easy. The hotels in the destination are, for the most part, incredible, and to help you choose, we have selected some very prestigious tips here. Here are some of the most recommended hotels in Lisbon:

    • Lux Lisboa Park – Daily rates from € 240 – Note 8,9
    • downtown hotel – Daily rates from € 215 – Note 9,4
    • Lisbon Carmo Hotel – Daily rates from € 260 – Note 9,1
    • Portugal Boutique Hotel – Daily rates from € 261 – Note 9,3

    See all Lisbon hotel options.

    Hotels in the historic center of Lisbon

    In the regions of the historic center you will find accommodation for all tastes and pockets, from the five-star Hotel Tivoli, on Avenida da Liberdade, to the best hostels in the city, such as Home Lisbon Hostel. See other options:

    • downtown hotel – Daily rates from € 110 – Note 9,5
    • Lx Boutique Hotel – Daily rates from € 90 – Note 8,9
    • PortoBay Liberty – Daily rates from € 130 – Note 9,0
    • Luxury Suites Liberdade and Lofts Liberdade – Daily rates from € 200 – Note 9,5

    Hotels in Chiado in Lisbon

    For those looking for accommodation in Chiado, the Hotel Verride Palace, right in the Santa Catarina viewpoint and next to Bairro Alto, is a great option. This renovated mansion offers sophisticated accommodation, with a modern design with a vintage touch, including panoramic views of Lisbon. There are incredible restaurants there, such as Bairro do Avillez. Also, it is close to the subway and other public transport.

    Another hotel with unmissable views is the Memmo hotel, located in Príncipe Real, a stone's throw from Chiado. They toast your arrival with a delicious Porto tonic cocktail, inviting you to visit the cosmopolitan bar. If you are visiting in summer, take the opportunity to take a dip in the swimming pool with a panoramic view over the city. The hotel also offers guided walking tours and an exclusive garage for guests.

    See other options:

    • Lisbon Pessoa Hotel – Daily rates from € 200 – Note 9,1
    • Dear Lisbon – Bordalo Palace Chiado – Daily rates from € 200 – Note 9,3
    • Yes Lisbon Hostel – Daily rates from € 19 – Note 9,3
    • Home Lisbon Hostel – Daily rates from € 20 – Note 9,2

    Hotels in Belém overlooking the Tagus River

    One of the best ways to stay in Lisbon in style is to choose a hotel with a privileged view. Even better when the accommodation is located very close to various points of interest, such as monuments or good restaurants. For that, the Altis Belém Hotel & Spa and the Governor's Palace Hotel are great options in Belém, with a beautiful view of the Tagus River.

    Cheap hotels in Lisbon

    Lisbon is an incredible destination precisely because it has more traveler-friendly prices. Because of this, it is also possible to find hotels with super affordable values ​​in the capital, like the ones we indicate below. All are choices with quality infrastructure, as well as excellent service, offering a great stay for budget travelers.

    • Hotel Canada – Daily rates from € 54 – Note 8,5
    • Duplo Boutique Hotel – Daily rates from € 54 – Note 8,5
    • Zurin Charm Hotel – Daily rates from € 63 – Note 9,5
    • Hotel Dom João Lisbon – Daily rates from € 56 – Note 8,6
    • Hotel Portuense Lisbon – Daily rates from € 65 – Note 8,9

    See all cheap hotels in Lisbon.

    Good value Lisbon hotels

    For some time now Portugal has been the destination of choice among the Spaniards. Many people are looking for good accommodation, but with more affordable prices. That's why we've made a selection of places to stay in Lisbon with good value for money.

    With prices starting from 60 euros, you can get accommodation in the city center with a private bathroom, Wi-Fi and even a balcony to have your breakfast. take a look at Boavista Guest House, located near Cais do Sodré and with a minimalist decor. Here you can request bicycles to tour the city's sights.

    And, for those who like to feel at home while traveling, the Hello Lisbon Castelo Apartments it's perfect. With amenities such as a washing machine, fully equipped kitchen and spacious areas, it is a great accommodation option for families. These apartments are a five-minute walk from Castelo de São Jorge and start at 60 euros a day.

    See other options:

    • Lisbon Arsenal Suites Hotel – Daily rates from € 55 – Note 7,6
    • Largo da Sé Guest House – HOrigem – Daily rates from € 52 – Note 8,5
    • Lost Lisbon: Cais House – Daily rates from € 40 – Note 8,8
    • Lisbon Cheese & Wine Suites – Daily rates from € 80 – Note 9,2
    • Avenue Rooms & Suites – Daily rates from € 10 – Note 8,2

    Luxury hotels in Lisbon

    Those who want to have a refined stay while in Lisbon can focus their accommodation search on the hotels that we indicate below. There are dozens of super-rated five stars in the city, and the following list contains some of the highest rated. Check out more information about each hotel in the link and make your reservation:

    • Corpo Santo Lisbon Historical Hotel – Daily rates from € 188 – Note 8,6
    • Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon – Daily rates from € 492 – Note 8,6
    • MYRIAD by SANA Hotels – Daily rates from € 196 – Note 9,3
    • EPIC SANA Marques Hotel – Daily rates from € 242 – Note 9,2

    See all luxury hotels in Lisbon.

    Best hotels in Lisbon

    If choosing the ideal hotel is more difficult than you expected, the selection of the best hotels in the destination will help you. We curated some of the highest-rated options left by previous guests, as well as being properties with excellent infrastructure and quality service. Check out:

    • downtown hotel – Daily rates from € 155 – Note 9,5
    • Urban FLH Hotels Lisbon – Daily rates from € 109 – Note 9,1
    • Portugal Boutique Hotel – Daily rates from € 153 – Note 9,4
    • My Story Hotel Rossio – Daily rates from € 93 – Note 9,4
    • Hotel Santa Justa – Daily rates from € 163 – Note 9,2

    See all the best hotels in Lisbon.

    Hotels near Lisbon airport

    Those who will stay for a short time in the Portuguese capital, or are just passing through the city to continue their journey to the interior of the country, or even other European countries, can take advantage of a stay in hotels near the airport. If this is your case, the following indications are some of the most recommended:

    • Star inn Lisbon Airport – Daily rates from € 89 – Note 8,7
    • Holiday Inn Express Lisbon Airport, an IHG Hotel – Daily rates from € 82 – Note 8,1
    • B&B Hotel Lisbon Airport – Daily rates from € 56 – Note 8,6
    • Radisson Blu Hotel Lisbon – Daily rates from € 94 – Note 8,3

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    ibis hotels in Lisbon

    One of the favorite chains of Brazilians is ibis, which has a good variety of hotels found in the Portuguese capital. In this section we indicate some, but you can check out other options in the full post. See below and click on the links to learn more about accommodation:

    • Ibis Lisbon Liberdade – daily rates from € 65 – Note 8,6
    • Ibis Lisbon Jose Malhoa – daily rates from € 62 – Note 8,3
    • Ibis Lisbon Parque das Nações – daily rates from € 83 – Note 8,4
    • Hotel Ibis Styles Lisbon Marquês de Pombal – daily rates from € 68 – Note 8,4
    • Hotel Ibis Styles Lisbon Liberdade – daily rates from € 74 – Note 8,6

    See all ibis hotels in Lisbon.

    Hostels in Lisbon

    We have already mentioned here in Travel Tips that Portuguese hostels are on the list of the best in the world, according to Hostelworld. That's why it's worth getting to know them and finding out how they gained this reputation.

    It is the case of Home Lisbon Hostel, which won first place in 2017. From 20 euros you can book a bed in a shared room. In addition, there are exclusively female options. The hostel is a backpackers favorite, but not just because of its fantastic location, right next to Rua Augusta and Praça do Comércio in Baixa – it’s because the cozy atmosphere and mamma’s dinners are perfect for relaxing at the end of the day.

    For those traveling alone, one of our best tips is to take tours organized by those who want to get to know the place well. And if you stay at GoodMorning Solo Travel Hostel, you won't have to worry about that. The team organizes free walking tours around the city, bike tours to Belém, tours in Sintra and Cascais (where you will discover secret beaches), surf trips for those who like to catch incredible waves, or even local cooking classes.

    See other options:

    • Inn Possible Lisbon Hostel – Daily rates from € 14 – Note 8,9
    • Home Lisbon Hostel – Daily rates from € 20 – Note 9,2
    • Lisbon Calling – Daily rates from € 20 – Note 8,7
    • Yes Lisbon Hostel – Daily rates from € 19 – Note 9,3

    Lisbon vacation rentals

    Travelers interested in staying in more typical places in Portugal can book an apartment or house to enjoy a vacation rental, thus enjoying an experience closer to those who live in the Portuguese capital. In addition, it is a good recommendation for those who like to feel at home, even while traveling. See tips:

    • Charming Apartment with Terrace and Pool in Lisbon – Daily rates from € 95 – Note 9,3
    • Bairro Alto Bronze of Art Apartments – Daily rates from € 123 – Note 9,2
    • Lisbon Serviced Apartments – Madalena – Daily rates from € 73 – Note 8,7
    • 137 LuxResidence – Daily rates from € 69 – Note 9,1
    • Views over the Tagus River – Daily rates from € 143 – Note 9,6

    Lisbon – Travel Guide

    Where to stay in Lisbon – The best neighborhoods and hotels

    Colorful buildings in Lisbon – Photo: Born & Bred Creative via Unsplash

    Lisbon is an ancient capital, which breathes history and offers beautiful landscapes to enjoy, whether along the Tagus or at one of the many viewpoints that exist throughout the city. The popularity of the Portuguese capital is also great, attracting travelers from all over the world, especially Brazilians, who are the majority among visitors to the country. To get to know it well, setting aside about three or four days is ideal, as there is a lot to see there.

    Among the most important tourist attractions in Lisbon, the historical monuments such as the Padrão dos Descobrimentos and the Belém Tower stand out, as well as places of fundamental importance in past eras of the city, such as the Jerónimos Monastery, which is close to the other two places already mentioned, in addition to other remarkable spaces, especially the Castelo de São Jorge, the National Pantheon and the Cathedral of Lisbon, for example.

    There is much more to discover in Lisbon, and it is also worth noting that Portuguese cuisine should be a priority on your travel itinerary. With a strong Mediterranean influence, the dishes use a lot of olive oil, olives and vegetables traditional in the region. Be sure to try a good cod from a renowned restaurant, accompanied by a port wine. To close, the egg sweets and the famous Pastel de Belém cannot be missed.

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    Lisbon travel insurance

    Having travel insurance to go to Portugal is a requirement to enter the country, which is part of the Schengen Treaty and requires medical and hospital coverage of at least €30 for travelers. In addition to being mandatory, insurance is a great way to ensure a smoother trip. – SEE PRICES

    Flights to Lisbon

    Do you want to guarantee a ticket to Lisbon at super attractive prices? we use the platform Promo Tickets to find the cheapest flights on the market. Check out the promotions of the day and keep an eye out to save on the purchase of your airline tickets. – SEE PRICES

    Internet chip in Portugal

    How about spending your entire stay in Lisbon 100% connected to the internet? With international travel chips this is possible, and for super fair prices, which don't weigh on your pocket. Check out the offers from America Chip and guarantee internet right now to use freely in Portugal. – SEE PRICES

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Lisbon?

    The central region is the best place to stay in Lisbon, and options such as Chiado, Baixa or Bairro Alto are among the favorites of travelers. Check out our hotel tips in each region.

    What is the average daily rate for hotels in Lisbon?

    In Lisbon, there are accommodation options for all tastes and pockets, from well-rated and super affordable hostels, from €20, to large luxury chains, which can cost more than €500. See our top recommendations.

    What are the best hotels among the options for where to stay in Lisbon?

    Some good tips for the Portuguese capital are the Lisbon Carmo Hotelthe Hotel Britania – Lisbon Heritage Collection – Avenidathe Browns Downtown Hotel and the Governor's Palace, but you can see even more options in the post.

    What are the best cheap hotels in Lisbon?

    Enjoy a peaceful stay, both in terms of comfort and for your pocketbook, when booking the Hotel Canadathe Duplo Boutique Hotelthe Zurin Charm Hotel or Hotel Dom João Lisbon, for example. See also other tips on where to stay in Lisbon.

    What are the best hotels in Lisbon?

    Some of the best rated hotels in all of Lisbon are the downtown hotelthe Portugal Boutique Hotel and the My Story Hotel Rossio. See also our other recommendations.

    What hotels are near Lisbon airport?

    Those looking for accommodation closer to the airport will like the Star inn Lisbon Airport or Holiday Inn Express Lisbon Airport, an IHG Hotel, but there are still many other options for where to stay in Lisbon.

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