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Top 5 Bed & Breakfast Houses in Lisbon

Distrito De Lisboa, Portugal

Many travellers prefer to experience the informal and personal luxury of staying at a bed and breakfast as opposed to a hotel.

Top 5 Bed & Breakfast Houses in Lisbon

Lisbon has a long list of available B&B’s you can check out, but here are our top 5 picks …


The House

The House was built by the owner’s grandfather and designed to comfortably raise the eight children they had. That means attention to detail, and most of all – space.
The House has two suites, five rooms (each with private bathrooms) and two more rooms with private bathrooms across the hall. Each room has air conditioning.
It has a great view of Lisbon and the river from the terrace. Its central location makes it essential for tourists who like to walk around and see the sites, as opposed to taking a bus or taxi.

Visit their site to book online.
$71 CAD (and up) per night


Zuza Bed & Breakfast

At Zuza Bed & Breakfast, the focus is on home-style comfort. Each of the 4 rooms is air-conditioned and comes with basic amenities such as private bathrooms, satellite television, and an in-room safety desosit box.
Choose between the four themes:

  • The Garden Room,
  • The Terrace Garden,
  • Vintage, and;
  • Terrace Castle

Visit their site for reservation information.
$71 CAD (and up) per night


Casa do Bairro

You won’t only find luxury in one of the seven spacious guestrooms in Casa do Bairro – you’ll find convenience and the comfort of home cooking.
Included in the services offered by Casa do Bairro are:

  • Free wireless internet
  • Laundry service
  • Taxi reservation service
  • Restaurant reservation service

Don’t worry about getting around Lisbon – Casa do Bairro offers maps, tourist information, and where to eat or enjoy the sites.

Visit their site to book online.
$106 CAD (and up) per night


Casa Amora Guesthouse

This quaint little early twentieth century petite bourgeoisie is placed in a central district and walking distance to such sites as the Arpad Szenes Museum, and nearby shops where you can buy the latest fashions or stunning antiques.
The house has 5 bedrooms with private bathroom for 2 to 4 people. Each room is air conditioned and there is a small patio outside where one can eat or simply relax.

Visit their site for reservation information.
$113 CAD (and up) per night


Teatro Bed & Breakfast

When you want to feel like royalty without the cost, then Teatro Bed & Breakfast is where you want to go.
With classic décor twisted into a modern theme, you could swear you’re sleeping in the Queen’s own guesthouse.
Teatro is conveniently located central to Chiado and Bairro Alto where artistic culture and theatre mingle freely.
Each air-conditioned suite includes free internet access, and the house offers tourist information. There is also an elevator handy for those needing it.

Visit their site to book online.
$132 CAD (and up) per night


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