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Very old building that has been modernised inside. In a narrow street and the NO 28 tram runs right by the outside of building. Very good welcome and apartment lovely and clean.
Good location about 20 min down hill to city centre. Few bars and...More
Old building, completely refurbished into modern apartments. New comfortable beds, in the heart of Alfama. Possibility to have breakfast (not 4 stars though), very simple ones though but decent enough to start the day and only 6 euros per person, nice people ...
Wow... just one of the best places I've slept in!
The room was unbelievable, so clean and well designed, wasn't easy leaving the next day.
Everything looked brand new and unused, really.
Bed was huge, bathroom was spotless (still miss that shower...).
The receptionist and...More
Spent three nights here and just loved the experience. When you arrive you will wonder if you have been dropped off in the wrong location but when you step inside it completely changes..The staff are excellent and so so helpful , the entire place was...More
I really enjoyed my stay in Alfama Lounge Suites during my visit in Portugal. Firstly, the staff was always ready for providing the best advices for meeting Portugal and for helping me in all cases. Then, my room was always clean. Other aspect that I...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$83 - US$197 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You can be thankful that most common travel guides don't mention Graça and São Vicente that often. Part of Lisbon's historic center and "Old Town", they feel like independent villages in the capital's center, and more untouched than Alfama. Amazing views, restaurants and parks, as well as important monuments like the S. Vicente Church and the National Pantheon, make this a spectacular option for those looking for a more
tranquil walk-around in the center of Lisbon. Graça has been the choice of many younger people over the past years, both nationals and expats, given the cozy feeling of the neighborhood and its hidden secrets.
Would this hotel be ok for an 85 yr old man, in pretty good shape? I would want a ground floor room. Could we take the tram to other areas of interest? We do not have a problem walking downhill, uphill might be another story. Could we go to the nearest metro stop, and walk back down to the hotel? Is the walk down extremely steep? We are light sleepers, so would not want to face the street and hear the tram. Any ideas or suggestions are welcome. Thank you
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Hello: I remember that all the rooms are in the first floor. In the ground floor, you will find the reception and the dining room, but I believe that Alfama Lounge Suites has got a lift. Then, according to the question of... More
Hello: I remember that all the rooms are in the first floor. In the ground floor, you will find the reception and the dining room, but I believe that Alfama Lounge Suites has got a lift. Then, according to the question of the tram, I must say yes; indeed, the tram stop is in from the hotel, and the line is called “28E Prazeres”. Then, the line will carry to you until to “Hotel Mundial”, that is near to “estação do rossio” and “Praça do Comercio”, “Rua da Prata”, and others lovely places. At the same time, “28 E Prazeres” stop in form the hotel, but, for visiting other places in Lisboa like Belem, you shoud walk a little bit for taking be the underground, be the tram or be the bus. Now about the question if Lisboa is very steep, I must say yeas, even in Alfama neighbourhood. Finally, I suggest to you to ask a room far away from the street because the tram drives around until midnight.
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Don´t heisted to ask-me again if you need more details and I hope you can enjoy Portugal.
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