Typical Light Filled Graça Apartment

For up to 4 Persons


About the Accommodation

Bright apartment filled with Lisbon light. Located in a typical building covered with Portuguese tiles (azulejos), 3 min from Largo da Graça and 28 Tram and 5 from Alfama.
The apartment is in the 3rd floor of a traditional Graça building.
In the house you will find 1 double bed bedrooms and 1 room with 2 bunker beds, a nice kitchen with everything you will need and a bathroom with shower.
We had a little help with the decoration in order to make it special :-)

Address: Rua Senhora da Glória 79, 1170-352 Lisbon, Portugal

Size: 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

Amenities

  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Hangers
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Cable TV
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Shampoo
  • Iron
  • High chair

Notes

  • Check-in / Check-out Time
  • We are flexible about check-in and check-out time, depending on other guests leaving or arriving time. Although the regular check-in time is at 14:00 and regular checkout time is at 11:00,
    Note: for late Check-ins (after 20:00) there is a small 15€ fee.

  • We will pick-up you up to 4 people at Airport, train or bus station as a warm welcome
  • If you need pick-up for more than 4, there is a small 20€ fee for a 5 persons van or 6 with hand luggage only. Subject to availability. 


  • Baby bed / high chair
  • Baby bed and high chair are available upon request.
    Note: Baby bed have a fee of 10€ per stay.

    Neighborhood

    Graça is one of the oldest districts of Lisbon, just next to Alfama and the São Jorge Castle.
    This neighborhood have the best view points over Lisbon with lots of monuments, interesting places, art and restaurants at walking distance, we believe it is the best place to enjoy the Lisbon soul :)
    Vhils & Shepard Fairey urban artists had marked this neighborhood with amazing pieces of modern street art.
    At night you will dream of being in the army of the first Portuguese King (Dom Afonso Henriques), waiting to assault the Moorish castle :-)

    Transport

    We believe the best way to explore Lisbon is by feet or by the historical 28 tram, it passes at the apartment street corner.
    You also have metro at walking distance.

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