The room is very clean with a private bathroom and a common well equipped kitchen and patio. This blue bedroom has a beautifully designed ceiling, a big bed so you can get comfortable at the end of your day and is fitted with a charriot so you can hang up your clothes.
Here you'll find a lovely space to unwind and relax after a busy day whether it is work or play.
You'll have access to your bedroom, of course, and to the common areas - the kitchen and the patio.
Alcântara neighborhood feels quieter, as it drifts away from the busy Lisbon city center. Public transportation here is good and grants fast access to many other areas of Lisbon either by taxi or bus.
Unfortunately, this neighborhood does not have access to a metro station, but there are two beaches only a bus ride away. Alcântara hosts its fair share of parks, perfect for enjoying a well-earned lunch break in the sun. Many who live in the Alcântara neighbourhood praise the community for its acceptance of cultural diversity.
Located halfway between Cais do Sodré and Belém. Home to a port and industrial buildings, it has undergone renovation and now boasts a growing arts scene, working space for entrepreneurs, and a lively nightlife, in addition to many more activities.
Go shopping at the LX Factory
This strip of industrial brick factories has been converted into a hip neighborhood filled with out-of-the-box souvenir shops, cutesy cafés, and trendy restaurants, and it is home to one of the most attractive bookstores in Lisbon. Spend a day perusing the treasures inside and perhaps buy something special for yourself or a friend. Also on Sundays from 10 AM to 6 PM, the main road is brimming with stands that make up the Sunday Flea Market, one of the best outdoor markets in the capital.
Enjoy drinks by the water at Docas de Santo Amaro
Whether you prefer sitting by the river during the day and sipping on a coffee while watching the water or heading out at night for a lively social scene, the Docas de Santo Amaro, or Docas for short, is the place to be in Alcântara. Once a strip of warehouses, the buildings were converted in 1995, and today, the bars and restaurants cover every theme from Italian pizza to Irish pubs and Portuguese eateries. In addition to the Tagus River, patrons will enjoy their view of the 25 of April Bridge from almost directly below.
The bedroom is equipped with A/c and a TV. You'll have to climb a few stairs to access the room.