Hello Lisbon Castelo Apartments On the slope of Alfama facing the river, the best view in town.

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Hello Lisbon Castelo Apartments

On the slope of Alfama facing the river.

Hello Lisbon Castelo, located in the quaint neighborhood of Alfama, offers 23 studios and apartments, all totally renovated in 2014 and decorated with works of art by Portuguese visual artists. There is an interior garden and a virtual 24 hour reception. Each unit is decorated in a refined manner, light and minimalistic.

All the apartments contain a fully equipped kitchen and respective cooking utensils and cutlery, a comfortable living room with a dining table and TV and a bathroom with a bath or shower, bathroom linen and toiletries. Designed to be comfortably used  - according to the size of the apartment  – by up to 4 people, the apartments also offer daily cleaning services, Wi-fi, luggage storage, 24 hour virtual reception, plasma TV, bed and bath linen. Furthermore, a laundry room is available with a washer and dryer reserved for guests. Cribs are available (on request).

Hello Lisbon Castelo Apartments On the slope of Alfama facing the river, the best view in town.

Small Studio

Roomy and comfortable studio of about 35m2, enhanced by the unique touch by a Portuguese visual artist, with equipped kitchen - including cooking utensils, tableware and cutlery - table, Flat-Screen TV, Wi-fi, a double bed (160cm x 200cm) and a comfortable single sofa-bed (90cm x 200cm) which can easily accommodate 1 adult/child. Bathroom with bathtub or shower, including bath linen and toiletries.

Ground Floor Studio

Roomy and comfortable studio of about 40m2, and with direct passage to the street, just like the typical Alfama houses. Studio with equipped kitchen  - including cooking utensils, tableware and cutlery -  table, Flat-Screen TV, Wi-fi, a double bed (160cm x 200cm) and a comfortable sofa-bed (145cm x 200cm) which can easily accommodate 2 adults/children. Bathroom with bathtub or shower, including bath linen and toiletries.

Superior Studio

Roomy and comfortable studio of about 40m2, enhanced by the unique touch by a Portuguese visual artist. With equipped kitchen - including cooking utensils, tableware and cutlery - table, Flat-Screen TV, Wi-fi, a double bed (160cm x 200cm) and a comfortable sofa-bed (145cm x 200cm) which can easily accommodate 2 adults/children. Bathroom with bathtub or shower, including bath linen and toiletries.

One Bedroom Apartment

One bedroom apartment of approximately 45m2, with complete bathroom – with bathroom linen and toiletries – made unique by a Portuguese visual artist.  Bedroom with a double bed (160cm x 200cm) dining room with equipped kitchen including cooking utensils, tableware and cutlery, table, Flat-Screen TV, Wi-fi, and a comfortable sofa-bed (145cm x 200cm) which can easily accommodate 2 adults/children.

Superior One Bedroom Apartment

Apartment with a suite of approximately 55m2, with a balcony which has a view of Alfama and the river, with the unique touch of a Portuguese visual artist. Bedroom with a double bed (160cm x 200cm) and complete bathroom – with bathroom linen and toiletries – dining room with equipped kitchen including cooking utensils, tableware and cutlery, table, Flat-Screen TV, Wi-fi, and a comfortable sofa-bed (145cm x 200cm) which can easily accommodate 2 adults/children.

Hello Lisbon Castelo Apartments On the slope of Alfama facing the river, the best view in town.

Location

In the heart of Alfama, Fado and neighborhood street festivities, Hello Lisbon Castelo is located in the centre of the historic area of Lisbon, a mere 2 minute walk to Castelo de São Jorge and a few metres from the Portas do Sol and Santa Luzia viewpoints and 5 mins from the  Cathedral… and then Rua Augusta… Terreiro do Paço… and Rossio. In the surrounding area, you will find restaurants, bars and esplanades with a panoramic view of the city and the Tagus River.

Next to Hello Lisbon Castelo is the No. 12E tram stop, and next to it the Portas do Sol square can be reached using the No. 28E tram, the best tourist visit the city offers, on a regular route. The Baixa/Chiado tube station is a 15 min walk, as is the Rossio train station. Lisbon’s International Airport is 6,5 kms away.

Address

Rua de São Tomé, 26
1100-562 Lisboa | Portugal
Lat: 38.7138252, Long: -9.1309436

How to get there

Arriving by plane
By Metro (Underground) + Bus (Carris): Catch the Red Line tube and at Alameda change to the Green Line (destination Cais do Sodré) til Rossio. At Praça da Figueira, right beside Rossio, catch the nº. 737 bus (destination Castelo) and get off at Largo do Contador Mor. Travel time is approximately 40 minutes + a 1 minute walk to Hello Lisbon Castelo.

By taxi: Taxi is also a good option and takes about 15 minutes. Taxis allow you to arrive at Hello Lisbon Castelo 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 websites:
Carris - (http://www.carris.pt/en/home/)
Metro - (http://www.metrolisboa.pt/eng/)

Arriving by car
Please click on the map above to trace your route.

How to get there (PDF)

Hello Lisbon Castelo Apartments On the slope of Alfama facing the river, the best view in town.

Fantastiskt fräscht lägenhetshotell med god service.

Smakfullt inrett med ljusa färger, skön säng och rymlig dusch och wc. Den virtuella receptionen fungerade bra (när vi beställde taxi). Trapphus och innegård var mycket charmiga. Vi bodde i takvåning med underbar utsikt över husen och floden Tejo.

Urban, Sweden, 05.2014

Superbe appartement, spacieux, clair et très propre.

Restauration très réussie qui mélange la modernité tout en conservant quelques vestiges du passé. Bien situé à quelques ruelles du chateau et du centre de lisbonne, bus et tramways devant la porte. Restaurants et bar où l'on a pu écouter du fado à proximité.

Laurence, France, 05.2014

La ubicación es genial, muy centrica.

En cuarto de hora caminando estas en el Rossio. El tranvia 28 tiene parada a escasos metros. En la zona hay numerosos bares y restaurantes. La limpieza del establecimiento es muy buena.

Rocío, Spain, 05.2014

Super location

Accurate clean rooms with enough space for 1-4 people. More than friendly stuff.

Olga, Russia, 04.2014

Alfama Where the real soul of the city lies.

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Alfama

The oldest and most emblematic neighborhood of Lisbon, a small medieval village or medina in the heart of the capital. It was spared total destruction by the great earthquake of 1755 due to being founded on the rocky soil of the highest hill of the city.

It is a place that invites you to get lost in its alleys and squares and to let your guide be your senses: seeing washing lines at the windows and little verandahs and fantastic views of the river, smelling fish being grilled at a corner, hearing the sound of Fado coming from a typical restaurant, savouring traditional dishes and discovering here and there magnificent panels of ‘azulejos’ (typical antique Portuguese tiles). Life in Alfama hasn’t changed for centuries, but as you walk down towards the river, you find yourself once again in the 21st century, with old warehouses now converted into some of the most fashionable places in town.

Alfama Where the real soul of the city lies.

  • Fado Museum

    Museum

    Located in the typical neighbourhood of Alfama, the museu is dedicated to the Portuguese Guitar and to Fado, considered by Unesco in 2011 as World’s Intangible Cultural Heritage.

    Largo do Chafariz de Dentro, 1
    Tel.: (+351) 218 823 470

    Visit website

    Castelo de São Jorge

    Monument

    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

    Miradouro das Portas do Sol

    Viewpoint

    The postcard-perfect views from this terrace above the Alfama district are truly magnificent. It's a must-photograph spot for tourists, who also usually end up sitting for a drink at the kiosk café or at Café Portas do Sol on the terrace below.

    Largo das Portas do Sol

    Decorative Arts Museum

    Museum

    The 18th century palace facing the Portas do Sol viewpoint is home to the Ricardo Espírito Santo Foundation whose collection reveals how nobility lived in the 18th and 19th centuries. Flemish tapestries, Indo-Portuguese furniture, silverware and Chinese porcelain are on display in several rooms with magnificent painted ceilings and walls covered in tiles from top to bottom.

    Largo das Portas do Sol, 2
    Tel: (+351) 218 814 600

    Visit site

  • Lisbon Cathedral

    Monument

    Founded in 1147, the Lisbon Cathedral (Sé de Lisboa) is one of the city’s greatest landmarks as well as an important symbol of the Christian Reconquest of the territory. Massacred by the earthquakes that rocked the city in the 14th century and in 1755, the Cathedral of Lisbon today is a mixture of architectural styles as a result of successive restorations.

    Largo da Sé
    1100-585 Lisboa

    Miradouro de Santa Luzia

    Viewpoint

    This is one of Lisbon's most romantic corners. It's a terrace next to a white church offering views over the rooftops of Alfama and the river, and with places to sit under grapevines. On one of the church's walls is a tile panel showing Castelo de São Jorge being taken over from the Moors in 1147, and another of Praça do Comércio before it was destroyed in the 1755 earthquake.

    Rua do Limoeiro

    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

    Igreja de São Vicente de Fora

    Monument

    One of Lisbon’s historical buildings that was built in honour of the patron saint of the city since 1173: São Vicente. It is worthwhile going inside and discovering the tiles with scenes from La Fontaine’s fables as well as Lisbon’s biggest organ which dates from the 18th century.

    Largo de São Vicente
    1100-572 Lisboa

Alfama Where the real soul of the city lies.

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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