4.4 Independente Suites Lisbon

Independente Suites & Terrace Hotel, Lisbon

New York Times

“After the success of the Independente Hostel & Suites — a stylish boutique hostel and hip bar — the same group has transformed the neighboring townhouse into the Independente Suites & Terrace. The 18 suites are decorated with vintage finds, while the rooftop restaurant offers unusual, inventive neo-Portuguese and global cuisine.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Lisbon.

$ 98 $ 98 $ 98 $ 98
4.5 Casa do Principe Lisbon

Bed & Breakfast Casa do Principe, Lisbon

The Guardian

“Some guests check into this B&B and stay for months. No surprise: the nine rooms are palatial, with floor-to-ceiling windows and period features, but sweetly homely. And its location, in well-to-do Principe Real, is central but tranquil.”

$ 72 $ 72 $ 72 $ 72
4.5 Hostel The Dorm Lisbon

Hostel The Dorm, Lisbon

The Guardian

“Much skill, style, charm and attention to detail is required to make people see cubby holes as desirable overnight accommodation, so hats off to The Dorm. All 28 cubbies have thick mattresses, white duvets plus hooks, lockers, useful lighting, and curtains for privacy.”

$ 18 $ 18 $ 18 $ 18
4.5 Teatro Chiado Lisbon

Teatro Boutique B&B Chiado, Lisbon

New York Times

“If you can forgo massage treatments, fitness sessions and a hotel restaurant, then the Teatro is a fine choice thanks to its top-notch Chiado location, reasonable prices, and winning repertory of style, coziness and service.”

$ 71 $ 71 $ 71 $ 71
4.6 Memmo Alfama Lisbon

Memmo Alfama Hotel, Lisbon

New York Times

“Billing itself as the first boutique hotel in the historical Alfama neighborhood, the 42-room Memmo Alfama has a rooftop mosaic infinity pool and wine bar that both feature views over the neighborhood and the Tagus River beyond.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Lisbon.

$ 118 $ 118 $ 118 $ 118