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Oasis Backpacker’s Mansion

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Complimentary welcome drink, free tea and coffee, free breakfast, free Portuguese lessons, a rooftop bar and rooms with floor to ceiling French windows and balconies perfect for budding Juliets, contribute to this hostel getting away with calling itself a ‘backpacker’s mansion’. They’ve laid on chess, ping pong, an open fire and a daily happy hour in their cocktail bar in an extra effort to make sure you’re comfy, but Oasis has all the basics like free internet, a funky common kitchen and CD/ DVD burning facilities.

What they haven’t done is given you much choice of sleeping arrangements, all the rooms are six bed dorms with solid wooden bunk beds. It’s all communal fun but with hot, high pressure showers.

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