We offer budget beds for travellers that need a rest . We are located at Principe Real, the historical and charming old city center of Lisbon, 5 minutes walking distance from the Subway (Yellow Line-RATO stop).
Olá backpackers! is a small and cozy apartment in a quiet street in the middle of the most charming old neighbourhood of Lisbon - Principe Real, between Bairro Alto district and Santos district.
* We promote a quiet environment to provide quality sleeping time.
* Free wireless web.
* Windows in every room.
* Hot showers.
* Fully equipped kitchen.
* Friendly and English spoken welcome staff.
Check-ins should be done between 4pm and 8pm.
Between 8pm and 11pm it will be charged a fee of 10€ per booking. All check-ins done after 11pm, will be charged a fee of 20€ per booking.
We can only accept cash. Every traveler should pay upon arrival.
The 2 bedroom apartment can lodge until 6 people (with one extra bed).
It is a cozy and typical old town apartment, renovated and furnished to provide all traveller's needs: quite sleeping, full equipped kitchen, chill out area, wireless internet and hot showers.
From Lisbon´s airport:
To Principe Real: Take the subway and run it until you reach Saldanha stop. Then change to the yellow line, direction Rato.
Olá Backpackers! has a reception from noon to 9pm. If you are going to arrive out of this time, please contact the hotel to arrange the arrival.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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