Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal Apartments

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Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal Apartments

In the financial centre of the city.

Located in the financial centre of Lisbon, close to the imposing statue of Marquês de Pombal and to the Parque Eduardo VII with its stunning view of the city, are the Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal Apartments. 14 fully equipped, soundproofed and acclimatized apartments.

All the apartments include a kitchen – equipped with electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, toaster, coffee machine and kettle – and a living room with a dining area and a flat screen TV. Depending on their size, they are designed to comfortably accommodate up to 4 people. The apartments also offer free internet Wi-Fi, television, daily housekeeping and a paid covered car park.

Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal Apartments


The Studio is 50m2 and can accommodate up to three people. The kitchen is totally equipped and separate from the spacious and bright division that has the dining area and the leisure area with a sofa bed and TV and separate as well from the sleeping quarters with the double bed and closet. The modern and refined bathroom completes this fantastic option.

Superior Studio

The Superior Studio is 60m2 and can accommodate up to four people. It has a fully equipped kitchen, as well as a very spacious area that encompasses the living room with a dining area, the leisure area with a sofa bed and TV and the sleeping quarters with a double bed and closet. The bathroom has a bathtub and shower.

Superior Studio with balcony

The superior studio with balcony has an area of 50m2 and can accommodate up to three people. It consists of a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom plus a large space that includes the living room with dining areas, recreation area with sofa bed and TV and the zone with double bed and wardrobe. A magnificent balcony next to a small garden brings the perfect athmospfere to relax at the end of the day.

Loft with balcony

The loft with balcony is 60m2and can accommodate up to four people. It has a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom as well as a very spacious area that encompasses the living room with a dining area, the leisure area with a sofa bed and TV and the sleeping quarters with a double bed and closet. A magnificent terrace completes this offer making your stay truly unforgettable.

Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal Apartments


Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal is a 2 min walk from tube station (Marquês de Pombal), taxi stops as well as Avenida da Liberdade, where you will find Lisbon’s luxurious shops and from where you can walk to Rossio station (to take the train to Sintra) and downtown Lisbon. Lisbon’s International Airport is 6 kms away.


Rua Eça de Queiroz, 4
1050-096 Lisboa | Portugal
Lat: 38.726682 Long: -9.147982


Tel.: (+351) 937 771 777
Fax: (+351) 217 815 775
email: info@hello-lisbon.com

How to get there

Arriving by plane

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By Metro (Underground): Catch the Red Line tube and at Saldanha change to the Yellow Line (destination Rato) til Marquês de Pombal station. Travel time is approximately 30 minutes + a 2 minute walk to Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal.

By taxi: Taxi is also a good option and takes about 15 minutes. Taxis allow you to arrive at Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal from any point in the city, but of course the tariff also increases according to the distance, traffic and day time.

For further information please visit the website:
Metro - (http://metro.transporteslisboa.pt/eng/)

Arriving by car

Please click on the map above to trace your route.

How to get there (PDF)

Hello Lisbon Marquês de Pombal Apartments

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Avenida da Liberdade

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Avenida da Liberdade

Lisbon's main boulevard is the city's version of Paris' Champs Elysées. It's a tree-lined avenue with cobbled mosaics connecting Praça dos Restauradores to Praça do Marquês de Pombal, and known for its luxury stores (which actually start on Rua Castilho to the north and continue down the avenue).

This is also a theater district and home to several elegant buildings, although many of them were torn down for newer constructions in the mid-20th century. However, some attractive and prize-winning architecture remains.

Going up the hill to the east (with the help of the Lavra Funicular), you reach Pena, a more traditional neighbourhood where the famous Fado singer Amalia Rodrigues was born, and where there's a little-known viewpoint, the Miradouro do Torel.

Avenida da Liberdade

Marquês de Pombal Square


This is the monument to the Marquis of Pombal, the prime minister responsible for the rebuilding of Lisbon following the Great Earthquake in 1755, showing him standing on a column with his hand on a lion (symbol of power) and his eyes directed to the downtown area that he rebuilt. The base is decorated with allegorical images depicting Pombal's political, educational, and agricultural reforms.

Marquês de Pombal Square

Parque Eduardo VII


Named after Britain's Edward VII who visited the city in 1903 to reaffirm the Anglo-Portuguese alliance, this is the largest park in central Lisbon. With neatly clipped box hedging flanked by mosaic patterned walkways, it stretches uphill from Praça do Marquês de Pombal to a belvedere at the top with fine views over the city and river Tagus.

Parque Eduardo VII

Quiosques Liberdade


Scattered down the avenue, each of the half a dozen kiosks has its own specialty, offering drinks and light meals throughout the day, in the sun or shade.

Avenida da Liberdade
1250-144 Lisboa
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Museu Calouste Gulbenkian


This world-class museum presents the extraordinary collection of Calouste Gulbenkian, an oil magnate and art collector who left all of his art to Lisbon upon his death. A foundation was created in his name, and in addition to the museum with his collection there is a modern art center showing 20th century Portuguese and British art.

Avenida de Berna, 45A 
1067-001 Lisboa
Tel.: +351 217 823 000
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Avenida da Liberdade

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We suggest you visit the following places during your stay:

Lisbon Oceanarium

Parks and gardens

A very special trip will take you through marvellous and unknown settings. An exploration that starts in the global ocean, then moves on to the dazzling marine habitats of the Atlantic, Antarctic, Pacific and Indian oceans.

Esplanada D. Carlos I
Parque das Nações
1990-005 Lisboa
Tel.: +351 218 917 002

Queijaria Nacional


Here you will find a great variety of Poruguese cheeses, wines, traditional meats, olive oils and cakes. It is mainly a shop but you may also indulge yourself with the tasting menus composed of jams, hams, toasts and of course, the cheeses, the stars of the company.

Rua da Conceição, 8
Mon-Sun : 10am – 8pm

Flea Market

Fairs and Markets

Street market where a little of everything and anything can be bought and sold: books, records, clothes, paintings and bric-a-brac. Although it is well known for being a second hand market you can also find new items. Only on Tuesdays and Saturdays and we recommend you go early morning.
Campo de Santa Clara

Castelo de São Jorge


Castelo de São Jorge is one of Lisbon’s most emblematic monuments and was built on one of the city’s tallest hills. As a result, the surrounding landscape is magnificent, and the view is of the Tejo estuary all the way to the Eastern part of the city.
Castelo de São Jorge
1100-129 Lisboa
Tel.: +351 218 800 620