Set in a gracious building from 19th century, HI - Lisbon Centre is located in Lisbon city centre right next to Marques de Pombal and Avenida da Liberdade.
The Picoas Metro Station (Yellow Line) is practically on the doorstep! This truly central hostel is one of the HI network of hostels in Portugal, and one of four hostels in the Lisbon area.
Monuments, museums, churches and nightlife are easily accessible by bus or metro, or even on foot. There are also great stadiums in Lisbon (Sporting and Benfica) where you can attend major football matches and music concerts. When you feel like getting away for the hustle and bustle of Lisbon city life there are sandy beaches only 15km away!
This Lisbon youth hostel accommodates 174 guests in a choice of 13 twin ensuite rooms (one suitable for wheelchair access), 1 double ensuite room and 31 dorms with a maximum capacity of 6 persons. The hostel offers a lively vibrant atmosphere, including a Cafe and Bar, 24 hour access, Internet and Wi-Fi, Laundry and Luggage Storage.
Hostelling International membership card is required. Portuguese can buy it directly at any hostel. Foreigners should buy it in their home countries otherwise a supplement of 2 per night/per person will be charged to non-members.
A Hostelling International Member card is required (2 per night to a maximum of 6 nights)
Check-in time [14h00 to 24h00]
Check-out time [before 12h00]
If the room is already cleaned you can check in at your earliest convenience.
Children under 16 years old unattended by adults cannot be accommodated in shared dormitories.
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