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Lisbon is one of the few remaining capital cities in Western Europe that still offers great budget accommodation.
The Old Town area of Lisbon offers up much of the budget accommodation coupled with fantastic attractions. When visiting Lisbon you'll be hard pressed not to find a budget hotel, guest-house or hostel within your price range. The Barrio Alto district has always been a personal favourite with winding streets, charming cafés and a slew of bargain stays. Move into Baixa and you will be slap in the middle of Lisbon's main attractions. While the Chiado modern shopping district starts to move you up into mid-range accommodation prices, bargains can still be found.
Barrio Alto contains the heart of Lisbon's night life. The initial steep hill into the area is lined with bars, clubs, cafés and old narrow streets leading into more of the same. Accommodation in this area is not overflowing but don't let this put you off as it's only a mere 10 minute walk into the centre of Lisbon and does have some great offers.
The charming cafés on every corner make up for any walking you need to do with cheap eats galore often coming in at under 5 Euro for a dinner time special. Moreover the accommodation here is filled with more charm than anywhere else in the city.
Baixa is an area at the very centre of Lisbon which borders Barrio Alto by foot and Chiado. This is where the majority of budget accommodation can be found with ease. There are numerous metro lines and trams linking this district to the rest of the city and beyond.
If you want a base to explore all of Lisbon's vast historical sights like Lisbon Cathedral, Praca da Figueira or St. Georges Castle they are within walking distance from Baixa. Likewise if you wish to take a trip out of Lisbon, Cais do Sodre (railway) is also within walking distance. Meanwhile in the Chiado area you'll be surrounded by modern day shopping streets and plazas. Accommodation moves up in price here which is worth considering, but for a first night or few last nights of luxury you can get some great room rates with amazing views of this fabulous old town area.
For more information about Lisbon, have a look at the Travellerspoint guide
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Lisbon is £48 per night.
Rua Augusta, number 89, 1st floorOutstanding 97%
alexandersimmon Ok so, the staff working here are fantastic they know all the right places to visit, the best places to go out and the best piri piri chicken for a ridiculously low price. The facilities are fantastic with everything you could possibly want. The take tours during the day for an extra price and at night take you out to Fado and bar crawls. The location is great and its very hard to get lost. Love this place and will definately be back sometime soon.
dunger17 The hostel was extremely clean and well maintained allover. Esay to find easy to get around from. Host was fantastic. Highly recommend!
Rua dos Correiros n161 3Outstanding 96%
Firebird7137 This hostel is a good value option that is very centrally located in Lisbon. There is no staff on duty 24 hours, instead it is better to call them if you need something. They spoke very good English and were very accommodating to our needs, including luggage storage. The hostel itself is a three-story walk up without an elevator. At least three rooms share one tiny bathroom (literally as big as a closet with only one toilet and one shower). To avoid this problem, it would have been better to rent one of the rooms with ensuite bathrooms. There is a nice, fully stocked kitchen, though it should be noted that the "breakfast" consisted of white bread, butter and jelly. The location can't be beat--it is in the heart of the Baixa district with restaurants all around (the street below could get loud on the weekends). Recommended, but with ensuite bathrooms.
laurenamye Living Lounge hostel is by far one of the best hostels we've ever stayed in. First of all it's absolutely beautiful! Like staying in an art gallery. All the rooms were decorated differently and were all super clean and comfortable. The kitchen is gorgeous. They could use another fridge though as it was super packed when we stayed there. The nightly dinners available for 8 Euros (3 courses with wine included) are an absolute MUST. The free walking tour was amazing as it was free and extremely informative. The staff at the hostel are so nice and helpful. The bar sold cheap beers and did nightly cocktails which were delicious. We would never hesitate to stay here again! It was more like a boutique hotel than a hostel.
charlotte.bary We only stayed for 1 night, so we didn't have the chance to use all facilities. We had a great experience spending the night in a mixed-dorm with a clean shower and a nice breakfast (note: little room at the breakfast table and a little choice of food for me as a lactose-intolerant person). Also the design with recycling materials of the Lisbon Lounge Hostel is very creative and inspiring.
Rossio Train Station Second FloorOutstanding 95%
coffeyanaan Great location and friendly staff all ensure this will be one of the better hostels that you will stay at anywhere!
Rua Nova da Trindade, nr.2 - 5th Floor ChiadoOutstanding 95%
Luca.godin One of the best hostel i've ever been, nice clean and comfortable! Johnie is very friendly and full of suggestion on what to see in Lisbon...follow his guide!
Rua Castilho 1 First floor on the rightExcellent 92%
de.heer.rj Lisboa is an absolutely amazing town. Baluarte Citadino is a very nice hostel. Maria the hostess speaks English very well, is very friendly and super helpfull. Furthermore the hostel is conveniantly located near the metro-station of Marques de Pombal from where you can visit the city centre easily. All in all we would recommend this hostel to everyone visiting this wonderfull city! Jan de Heer en Simone Kramer (Holland)
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