Hello Lisbon Rossio Apartments

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Hello Lisbon Rossio Apartments

In the “heart of the city”, close to everything.

Nestled between Largo do Carmo and Rossio (the city’s main square) neighbour to Rossio train station, built in Manueline style and servicing trains to Sintra, and with a magnificent view of St. George’s Castle, are the Hello Lisbon Rossio Apartments, a building that was totally refurbished in 2015.

Hello Lisbon Rossio offers 20 apartments designed for families, totally equipped, sound proofed and acclimatized with its décor inspired by the story of the streets and surrounding squares, providing a contrast to the present day.

All the apartments feature kitchenette – equipped with hobs and ovens, dish washer, washing machines and dryers, microwave, fridge, toaster, coffee machine and kettle – a living room with an eating area, TV with browser to access internet and bathroom. Designed to comfortably accommodate between 3 to 7 people, depending on their size, the apartments also provide free wi-fi, cable TV and daily housekeeping.

Hello Lisbon Rossio Apartments

Small Studio

The Small Studio has an area of 35 m2 and can accommodate up to three people. They are composed of a double bed and a single sofa bed, fully equipped kitchenette, plus a spacious living room with dining area and leisure area with sofa bed and Smart TV (TV + browser). The bathroom equipped with a shower and amenities complete this fantastic option.

Superior Studio

The Superior Studio has an area of 35 m2 and can accommodate up to four people. It is composed of a double bed and a double sofa bed, fully equipped kitchenette, plus a spacious living room with dining area and leisure area with sofa bed and Smart TV (TV + browser). The bathroom equipped with a shower and amenities complete this fantastic option.

One Bedroom Apartment

The One Bedroom Apartment has an area of 60 m2 and can accommodate up to four people. It is composed of a double bed in a different room and a sofa bed in the lounge. The kitchenette is fully equipped, and a spacious living room with dining area and recreation area with sofa bed and Smart TV (TV + browser). The bathroom equipped with a shower and amenities complete this fantastic option.

Superior One Bedroom Apartment

The Superior One Bedroom Apartment has an area of 55 m2 and can accommodate up to five people. It is composed of a double bed in different room, a sofa bed and a bunk bed with two twin beds. The kitchenette is fully equipped, and a spacious living room with dining area and recreation area with sofa bed and Smart TV (TV + browser). The bathroom equipped with a shower and amenities complete this fantastic option.

Two Bedroom Apartment

The Two Bedroom Apartment has an area of 60 m2 and can accommodate up to five people. It consists of two double beds in two different rooms and a sofa bed in the lounge. The kitchenette is fully equipped, and a spacious living room with dining area and recreation area with sofa bed and Smart TV (TV + browser). The bathroom equipped with a shower and amenities complete this fantastic option.

Three Bedroom Apartment

The Three Bedroom Apartment has an area of 70 m2 and can accommodate up to seven people. It consists of three double beds in three different rooms (two suites) and a sofa bed in the lounge. The kitchenette is fully equipped, and a spacious living room with dining area and recreation area with sofa bed and Smart TV (TV + browser). The bathroom equipped with a shower and amenities complete this fantastic option.

Hello Lisbon Rossio Apartments

Location

Hello Lisbon Rossio is located in the heart of the historical centre of the city, halfway between Largo do Carmo (Bairro Alto/Chiado) and Lisbon’s main square, Rossio (Praça D. Pedro IV)

The building is located close to the Rossio train station (with trains running to and from Sintra) and is around 2 minutes walking distance from Rossio Metro station, the taxi stop and the tram stop of the famous No. 28 Tram (Praça da Figueira). Lisbon’s International Airport is less than 10km away.

Address

Calçada do Carmo, 43
1200-090 Lisboa | Portugal
Lat: 38.713381 Long: -9.140794

How to get there

Arriving by plane

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By Metro (Underground): Catch the Red Line tube and at Alameda change to the Green Line (destination Cais do Sodré) til Rossio station. Travel time is approximately 30 minutes + a 2 minute walk to Hello Lisbon Rossio Apartments.

By taxi: Taxi is also a good option and takes about 20 minutes. Taxis allow you to arrive at Hello Lisbon Rossio Apartments 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 Rossio Apartments

Vivere Lisbona fa bene all'anima

Poter vivere il fascino di Lisbona partendo dal cuore della città

Marco, Italy, December 2015

Séjour tranquille

- Hygiène irréprochable
- Pas bruyant alors que la gare n'est pas loin
- en plein coeur de la ville et près de tout

hamid14, Algeria, December 2015

Eccezionale!

La posizione centralissima alle spalle di piazza rossio, la pulizia, , l'appartamento bello e curato nei minimi dettagli.. Non potevamo chiedere di meglio! Tutto perfetto :)

Federica, Italy, December 2015

Aucun Bruit!

Excellente isolation phonique: fenêtres double vitrages et volets intérieurs. L'espace, les équipements de très bonne qualité.

Valerie, France, December 2015

Baixa

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Baixa

The current Baixa de Lisboa (downtown Lisbon), or “Pombaline downtown“, owes its name to the Marquis of Pombal, the man responsible for its reconstruction following the big earthquake of 1755, which destroyed the centre of the medieval city.

Downtown Lisbon was rebuilt based on a geometric pattern comprising a grid of streets with very specific shapes and sizes, named after various crafts and craftsmen of the time (cobblers, goldsmiths, harness makers, of gold and silver). Given the urgency, the rebuilding works were incredibly revolutionary for that period, resorting to mass production for the first time, including the standardization of some elements, such as the windows, the first floor balconies, or the steps.

To get to know the area better, we suggest you walk down Rua Augusta heading towards the river, pass by Mude – Design and Fashion Museum – and climb up the majestic Triunfal Arch just before you reach Praça do Comércio. At the square you can visit the Lisbon Story Center or Martinho da Acada, one of the cafés favoured by artists such as Fernando Pessoa, Almeida Garrett or Eça de Queiroz. At Ribeira das Naus, right in front of the Tagus river, take advantage of one of the esplanades to rest or watch a magnificent sunset at the end of the day.  

Taking advantage of the proximity to Rossio train station, don’t miss the opportunity of catching a train to the town of Sintra – UNESCO World Heritage Site – where you can visit, among other monuments, Pena Palace and Quinta da Regaleira, stunning examples of 19thcentury romantic architecture. If you are bold enough, you can climb up to the Castelo dos Mouros castle, built in the beginning of the 8th century, with a spectacular view of the Sintra mountain range and the Atlantic.

Baixa

Mude - Design and Fashion Museum

Museum

Mude is one of the most important museums of 20th century design, with its collection being considered one of the best in Europe. Here you will find works by designers such as Phillipe Starck or Charles Eames and couture pieces by Jean Paul Gaultier, Vivienne Westwood or Yves Saint Laurent. 

Rua Augusta, 24
1100-053 Lisboa
Tel: (+351) 218 886 117
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Praça do Comércio

Monument

The largest square in Lisbon, and one of the biggest in Europe, faces the river and was originally planned to welcome those who arrived at the city by boat. In one of its many esplanades, you may enjoy a drink or a meal at any time of the day whilst contemplating the Tagus river or the grandeur of the area.

Praça do Comércio

Elevador de Santa Justa

Monument

Inaugurated in 1902, it is the only vertical elevator in Lisbon providing public service as it connects Baixa to Bairro Alto. This monument of Neo-Gothic inspiration was created by Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, one of Gustave Eiffel’s disciples, and is a cast iron structure enriched with filigree art work.

Rua de Santa Justa (Baixa)
Largo do Carmo (Bairro Alto)
Tel.: +351 213 613 000

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Convento do Carmo

Monument

Built in 1389 under orders of Condestável D. Nuno Álvares Pereira,  Convento da Ordem do Carmo finds itself in a privileged position, overlooking Rossio and close to the São Jorge Castle hill. The convent’s church, which was once Lisbon’s main Gothic church, was left in ruins after the 1755 earthquake and is one of the monuments that was most affected  by the tragic event.

Largo do Carmo
1200-092 Lisboa
Tel. +351 213 478 629

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Baixa

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Supermarket

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Pharmacy

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

Shopping

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

Monuments

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