Hello Lisbon Bairro Alto Apartments Where bohemian tradition takes on a new life.

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Hello Lisbon Bairro Alto Apartments

Where bohemian tradition takes on a new life.

Bairro Alto – the locals affectionately call it just "o bairro” (the neighborhood) – is the location of 11 unique and functional apartments, ideal for short and medium stays. A  neighborhood that doesn't need a name says a lot about its magic and the spell it casts on us as we lose ourselves in its streets and experience the exhilarating  coexistence of multiple nationalities, trends, ages and cultures, as if we were travelling around the whole world.

All the apartments contain a fully equipped kitchen/kitchenette and respective cooking utensils and cutlery, a comfortable living room with a dining table 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, Flat-screen  TV, bed and bath linen. Cribs are available (on request).

Hello Lisbon Bairro Alto Apartments Where bohemian tradition takes on a new life.

Small Studio

The Junior Studio, of about 53m2 and a capacity to take up to 3 people, provides up-to-date equipment in a cosy environment. It contains a fully equipped spacious kitchenette, along with a comfortable double bed and a sofa-bed for a third person. The bathroom includes a bathtub.

Studio

The Standard Studio, of about 77m2 and a capacity to take up to 4 people, provides up-to-date equipment in a cosy environment. It contains an independent, fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom with bathtub and in a spacious room, with a removable partition, two comfortable double beds.

One Bedroom Apartment

The apartment of about 77m2, comfortably accommodates up to 4 people. It is made up of an independent bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom with a bathtub and a spacious room with a fully equipped kitchenette and a second comfortable double bed.

Loft

The loft, with an area of 90m2, is situated on the top floor,easily accommodating up to four people, and is luxuriously comfortable and full of natural light. It has two double beds, a dining table, an independent and fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with bathtub.

Hello Lisbon Bairro Alto Apartments Where bohemian tradition takes on a new life.

Location

Hello Lisbon Bairro Alto is located close to Chiado and Praça Luís de Camões, places with access to the subway (Baixa/Chiado is a mere 5 mins on foot) to buses and the 28E tram which will give you the best sightseeing trip the city can offer you, on its regular route. Our location is also served by 3 elevators: Glória, Santa Justa and Bica which connects to Restauradores, Baixa and Cais do Sodré, respectively. The Rossio train station can take you to the world renowned town of Sintra in 10 minutes. Lisbon’s International Airport is 10 kms away.

Address

Travessa dos Fiéis de Deus, 34
1200-141 Lisboa | Portugal
Lat: 38.711955 Long: -9.144254

How to get there

Arriving by plane

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By Metro (Underground): Catch the Red Line tube and at São Sebastião change to the Blue Line (destination Santa Apolónia) til Baixa-Chiado. Travel time is approximately 35 minutes + a 5 minute walk to Hello Lisbon Bairro Alto.

By taxi: Taxi is also a good option and takes about 15 minutes. Taxis allow you to arrive at Hello Lisbon Bairro Alto 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:
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 Bairro Alto Apartments Where bohemian tradition takes on a new life.

Exceptional

Super locatie, vlakbij parkeergarage. Mooie gezellige omgeving kort bij het centrum Niets

Frank, Netherlands, Decembre, 2014

Appartement excellent état

Appartement lumineux, bien situé dans le cœur de Lisbonne facile d'accès.

Hugo, France, Decembre, 2014

Very good location

I like the location because it was in Central Lisbon , very close to restaurants and bars. Metro very close and all the amenities of the city just around the corner.

Arturo, United Kingdom, January, 2015

Bairro Alto The perfect marriage between Tradition and Avant-garde.

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Bairro Alto

This typical and bohemian Lisbon neighborhood, made up of narrow and cobbled streets and secular houses, is still today, after 500 years, a place in constant renovation, where alternative shops, new bars or  sophisticated restaurants can take us by surprise.

Tradition and avant-garde come together here as in no other place in the city, making the ‘bairro’ the obligatory meeting point not only for the locals of all generations as for visitors of the most diverse cultures.

I tis undoubtedly the area of Lisbon with the highest concentration of bars and restaurants, attracting people of all walks of life and inviting us to lose ourselves into the night.

Bairro Alto The perfect marriage between Tradition and Avant-garde.

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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Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara

Viewpoint

It’s one of the most spectacular look out points of the city, with its panoramic view of Avenida da Liberdade, Graça neighboorhood, the São Jorge Castle and the Tejo river as the background.

Rua de São Pedro de Alcântara
1250-238 Lisboa

Igreja de São Roque

Monument

Built at the end of the XVI century, this Jesuit church was the first church to be built in Portugal and one of the first Jesuit churches to be built in the world. Its façade, simple and austere, obeying the canons imposed by the then reformed church, is in stark contrast to its luxurious interior enriched by its gilded woodcarvings, paintings and hand painted tiles. It is an important museum of mannerist and baroque decorative arts.

Largo Trindade Coelho
1200-470 Lisboa
Tel. +351 213 235 383

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Bairro Alto The perfect marriage between Tradition and Avant-garde.

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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