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Hey: maybe going to hostels may seem like it's for rail-riders or broke college students (which, basically, isn't far from reality) but really if I'm sharing this hostel it's because I would recommend it to anyone. Moreover, you can find some of the best hostels in the world in Lisbon according to the trusted site Hostelworld, so it's not such a bad idea to stay in one of them on a visit to the city. Located in the neighborhood of Alfama (the nicest neighborhood in Lisbon), it's a typical Portuguese building, with its courtyard, the clothes drying in the air and its people walking around cheerfully. From reception to the kitchen, to the rooms, the decor is carefully thought-out, to capture the decadent vintage charm that is Lisbon. More: 16 euros per night including a complete breakfast, and it has a terrace with benches for eating lunch and/or sunbathing with the Tajo in the background. I wanted to stay and live there.
I went to Lisbon for the first time this summer, on a trip with my friends. We booked rooms in a lovely bed & breakfast, and when I returned with my family in December, there was no space available, and they recommended an apartment in Baixa House. Upon arrival, we realised we had chosen well. Our apartment was overlooking the sea, on the 5th floor of the building (with a lift): a huge, tastefully-decorated and modern loft. The breakfast each morning was delicious - fresh homemade cake, jam, Portuguese butter, yogurts with fresh fruit, and every morning fresh bread was provided, hanging on the door in a fabric bag. They left us a great map with many recommendations, and best of all: sailing on the Tagus watching the sunset. Every time we needed any help, they responded immediately to our text. Brilliant!