Bairro Alto 13
Bairro Alto 13
Studio/T0 apartment located in the historic area of Lisbon - Bairro Alto.
Apartment rehabilitated and decorated by architects and designers for the comfort of your stay.
Fully equipped and furnished, very cozy located on ground floor.
Washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board are placed at the entrance of the building for shared use.
Linen bedding, towels and kitchen textiles
- Cable Tv;
- Internet wi-fi
- Cleaning and laundry once a week (includes change of towels and sheets; cleaning of the floor, bathroom and kitchen. Take out the garbage and washing dishes is the responsability of the client);
- Iron and ironing board
Kitchenet equipped with kitchenware, tableware and textiles.
- Electrical Board;
- Extractor hood;
- Refrigerator whit freezer;
- Washing/drying machine;
- Electric jug;
- Coffee machine;
- Double bed
- Hair dryer
- Children under 8 years old don’t pay;
- Monthly prices established according to the period of accommodation;
- Animals allowed (cleaning tax - 15€);
- Cleaning and laundry once a week (included in the price);
- Water, electricity and TV expenses included in the price;
- Check-in standard from 03:00 PM - check-out by 11:00 AM (to arrange);
- Check-in or out surcharge 30 euro between 10pm - 8am.
A 150.00 € damage deposit in cash, paid as you check in and returned once you check out, after surveillance of the apartment. Any damage occurred during the accommodation will be deducted from this amount.
Bairro Alto, Lisbon
The Bairro Alto is a picturesque working class quarter dating from the 16th century that has traditionally been the city's bohemian haunt of artists and writers. Its grid of streets is quiet during the day, but is transformed at night into the city's vibrant nightlife quarter. Behind colorful and graffiti-ridden façades is a variety of excellent traditional and international restaurants, tourist-packed Fado Houses, and a multitude of sleek bars and stylish alternative fashion shops that stay open until late at night. Throughout the week, and especially on weekends you'll find people of all ages, backgrounds, and lifestyles bar-hopping through the cobbled lanes or standing outside with a drink in hand enjoying the city's usual mild nights. The main commercial streets are Rua do Norte, Rua da Atalaia, and Rua do Diário de Noticias, from where it is easy to reach Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara (a garden-terrace with a panoramic view over the city), and two of the city's most interesting churches: São Roque with its magnificent baroque interior and the romantic Gothic ruins of Carmo Church.
Neighboring Chiado is an elegant, sophisticated district of theaters, bookshops, old-style cafes, art nouveau jewelry shops and luxurious international names such as Hermes and Cartier.
Up the hill is Principe Real, an area known for its antique shops and art galleries on Rua Dom Pedro V and Rua da Escola Politecnica, and also for being the city's gay quarter with a number of gay bars and clubs. Around the Principe Real Garden and down to the riverfront, especially in Rua de São Marçal, are attractive 19th century colorful townhouses.
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8 Jan – 28 Feb
10 Nov – 22 Dec
1 Mar – 25 Mar
7 Apr – 21 Jun
8 Sep – 10 Nov
1 Jan – 8 Jan
25 Mar – 7 Apr
21 Jun – 8 Sep
22 Dec – 31 Dec