Room with a view over the Tejo

Rua dos Remédios, 1100 Lisboa


Description

The house, where the room is located, is situated in the most traditional quarter of Lisbon, Alfama. (Rua dos Remédios). The building was constructed just after the earthquake of Lisbon on 1755. Situated on the 5th floor, without lift, goog for the exercice ;-) The room has a magnificent view over the Tagus river. I live in the apartment with my boyfriend and we share the bathroom and the kitchen.

Amenities and services

  • Internet
  • Kitchen
  • Shower/Bathtub
  • Smoking Permitted

More features

  • Towels
  • Washing Machine
  • Down Payment Requested
  • Number Of Rooms
  • Size In Square Meters
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Coffee Machine
  • Water Boiler
  • Toaster
  • Fridge

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Guest reviews

„We enjoyed the days in Fernandos flat very much and also his friendliness and his helpfulness. The view over the old part of the city and the Tejo is wonderfull, the room has much atmosphere with the beams and the dormer"
Overall rating: (5.0)
1 reviews
Cleanliness: (5.0)
Amenities: (5.0)
Location: (5.0)
Price/quality: (5.0)
Host: (5.0)

Prices

Non-seasonal periods
Base rate surcharge for additonal guest
47.06 EUR/night 0.00  EUR/night

Sights and transport nearby

The house, where the room is located, is situated in the most traditional quarter of Lisbon, Alfama. (Rua dos Remédios). The building was constructed just after the earthquake of Lisbon on 1755. Situated on the 5th floor, without lift, goog for the exercice ;-) The room has a magnificent view over the Tagus river. I live in the apartment with my boyfriend and we share the bathroom and the kitchen.

ALFAMA:
The oldest district of Lisbon, it spreads down the southern slope from the Castle of São Jorge to the Tagus river. Its name, derived from the Arabic Al-hamma, means fountains or baths. During the Islamic invasion of Iberia, the Alfama constituted the largest part of the city, extending west to the Baixa neighbourhood. Increasingly, the Alfama became inhabited by fishermen and the poor: its fame as a poor neighbourhood continues to this day. While the 1755 Lisbon Earthquake caused considerable damage throughout the capital, the Alfama survived with little damage, due to its compact labyrinth of narrow streets and small squares. It is a historical quarter of mixed-used buildings of homes with small shops, Fado bars and restaurants.

It's strategic location comes along with additional advantages;
- At two minute walk from the 'Santa Apolonia' metro station.
- Alfama is the oldest Quarter of the city with a good variety
of restaurants and cafes, and the best fado houses available.
- The house is convinietly located near by the Feira da Ladra (outdoor Flea market).
- Close to: National Panteão, Monastery of São Vicente,
Fado Museum and Military Museum.
- Lux Nightclub.
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