6
Guests
2
Bed
2
Bathroom

The Two-bedroom duplex apartments have an area of 110m2 and can accommodate up to six people. A spacious living room with sofa bed and a fully equipped kitchen including laundry. One of the bedrooms has a double bed and wardrobe, the other with two single beds. The two bathrooms await you with bathtub, bathing suit and amenities.


from € 130.00 / night
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Hello Lisbon Terreiro do Paço Collection Apartments An arsenal of arguments for an unforgettable stay

Hello Lisbon Terreiro do Paço Collection is located at Rua do Arsenal, adjacent (200m) to Terreiro do Paço, also near (700m) from Cais do Sodré and the magnificent lawn amphitheater that offers the river, Ribeira das Naus ( at 250 m). The street that became part of history when, in 1974, the carnation revolution lived its most dramatic moment, has the centrality (Baixa, Chiado, Praça do Municipio, Rossio) which allows you to walk to the whole city center from the mobility that allows you to easily get out (bus, metro and tram to airport and Lisbon, train to beaches and Cascais and boat to the other side of the Tagus), besides the animation of the traditional commerce. The excellence of a location that we recommend enjoy in family (up to 6 people) or just "for two".

All apartments are air conditioned and feature cable TV and Wi-Fi, as well as a fully equipped private bathroom and kitchen. The apartments are housed in a rehabilitated building which retaining its original architecture has been endowed with privileged conditions for short and medium term stays, including full soundproofing and lift. In the apartments, there is a morning and white natural light that invites you to go out and the good taste of the decoration and comfort of the equipment that includes the bathtub that invites a quick return.

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How to get there

From Lisbon Airport

By Metro: Take the Red Line and at Alameda change to the Green Line, towards Cais do Sodré. Travel time is approximately 35 minutes + 8 minutes (600m) by foot to Hello Lisbon Terreiro do Paço Collection Apartments.
For more information visit the Lisbon Metro website.

By Bus (Aerobus): From the airport take Aerobus Line 1 (towards Cais do Sodré). Travel time is approximately 50 minutes + 5 minutes on foot to Hello Lisbon Terreiro do Paço Collection Apartments. For more information visit the Aerobus website.

By Taxi: Taxi is also a good option and the trip takes about 20 minutes. Taxis allow you to reach Hello Lisbon Terreiro do Paço Collection Apartments from anywhere in the city, however, fare increases may vary based on distance, traffic and time.

Address

Rua do Arsenal, 72
1100-040 Lisboa
Portugal

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About the location

Equidistant between two metro lines (Blue and Green Line), train (Cascais Line, with access to dozens of beaches), with direct connection to Aerobus (Airport bus line to the city center) and Chiado, Bairro Alto , Baixa and Praça do Municipio within walking distance, Rua do Arsenal, has no match in Lisbon for its centrality and versatility of programs that this location makes possible.

Terreiro do Paço The reception room of lisbon

It is technically called Praça do Comércio, but it is better known as Terreiro do Paço, it is the most imposing square in Lisbon and in the country. Situated on the Tagus River, Terreiro do Paço seems to want to envy the beauty of the river, with its mesmerizing size and color.
This is one of the largest squares in Europe, with about 36000m² (180m x 200m).
Its name “Terreiro do Paço” comes from other times, when it housed in the western wing, since the 16th century, the Palace of Kings of Portugal, and its magnificent Library of over 70,000 volumes. Hopelessly destroyed in the 1755 earthquake, this square became the fundamental element of the plan of the Marquis de Pombal, Minister of King D. José I, who chose to privilege and value the commercial, financial and bourgeois class that greatly contributed to the reconstruction of Lisbon. post-earthquake, hence the name of “Commerce Square”.

For centuries Praça do Comércio was the great reception hall of Lisbon for those who came by boat, enjoying a unique landscape of Rio and the city. Here is the landing pier of Kings and Heads of State visiting the country, It is also visible the marble staircase of the Cais das Colunas that leaves the Tagus River towards Praça do Comércio.
The square, already outlined by the plan of the Marquis of Pombal, is characterized by its arched buildings, painted when the Republic was established in republican pink, recently returning to its original yellow color, home to government departments and some restaurants, here is the oldest cafe-restaurant in Lisbon: "Martinho da Arcada".
In the geometric center of the square, facing the river, is the equestrian statue of D. José I, mounted on his Gentil horse, a bronze work by the famous sculptor Machado de Castro, erected in 1775.
On the north side of the square is the Augusta Street Triumphal Arch, the majestic entrance to the Baixa by the graceful Rua do Ouro, one of Lisbon's main pedestrian shopping areas. The arch contains several plumb figures of the country (Vasco da Gama, Marquês de Pombal, Nuno Álvares Pereira, among others) flanked by the representations of the Tagus and Douro rivers, with references to the great values ​​and virtues of the country, facing the Tagus, as if to open the way to the universal meaning of the world.

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, designed by Raoul Mesnier du Ponsard, a disciple of Gustave Eiffel, is a cast-iron structure enriched with filigree art work.

Convento do Carmo

Monument

Built in 1389 under orders of Condestável D. Nuno Álvares Pereira, the 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, once Lisbon’s main Gothic church, was left in ruins after the 1755 earthquake and remains one of the most visible reminders of that tragic event.

Rua Cor de Rosa

Bar/Disco

An ‘Urban intervention project’ from architect José Adrião’s studio, it has become the centre of a new Lisbon nightlife. Among the different spots, the Velha Senhora bar is a must (a bar with a burlesque touch), along with Povo (Fado and appetizers), Sol e Pesca (the bar of canned food) and the bars/nightclubs Roterdão, Bar do Cais, MusicBox, Europa, Jamaica and Tokyo. The crowning glory is Pensão Amor, with shops, creative corners and a bar.

Ribeira das Naus

Garden

On the Riverside front between Terreiro do Paço and Cais do Sodré, this is where once upon a time many of the ships used by Portuguese navigators were built. Following its recent restoration, it is now a long public walkway lined with gardens on the banks of the Tejo river, a must for sun lovers.

Time Out Mercado da Ribeira

Fairs and Markets

The new Mercado da Ribeira, which was given a new lease on life by Time Out Lisboa, has around 30 eateries, and can seat up to 500 people in a covered area and more than 250 in the esplanade, located in the west wing. The best national restaurants, chefs and produce are represented here.

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.

Praça do Comércio

Monument

The largest square in Lisbon, and one of the biggest in Europe, it 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 Tejo river or the grandeur of the surrounding area.

Arco da Rua Augusta Belvedere

Viewpoints

The Arco do Triunfo da Rua Augusta is a triumphal arch located in the northern part of Praça do Comércio, over Lisbon’s Rua Augusta. Designed by Eugénio dos Santos, its construction was planned in 1759 as part of the reconstruction of downtown Lisbon orchestrated by the Marquis of Pombal following the destruction of downtown Lisbon in the earthquake of 1755.

Schedule: Every day from 9 am to 7 pm.

Terreiro do Paço Services An arsenal of arguments for an unforgettable stay

Hello Lisbon offers accommodation in fully furnished and equipped apartments for short and medium stays, in restored buildings located in the heart of the city and 100% allocated to the Serviced Apartments business.

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  • Free wifi
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  • Digital Experience and...Check-In in 2 minutes
  • 24h video call reception
  • Hello's Corner
  • Chat Concierge Service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Luggage Locker
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