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Traveller’s House

Listed under Hostels in Lisbon, Portugal.

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This beautiful old building has been given a new lease of life by all the action coming through its doors, but its high ceilings and huge windows were there to begin with. In a really historical and central spot in Lisbon’s Baixa, close to all Lisbon’s highlights and across the road from the Tourist Information Kiosk, this hostel was designed by other travellers so creature comforts like the ability to have a hot shower at any hour of the day or night are pretty key here. A TV/DVD room, as well as a reading room with a decent library, and a music room are there to make you feel more at home, and they look after you with a free breakfast, free coffee and tea all day, free linen, free internet, free luggage storage and free access to maps and guide books of the local are in a range of languages – they’ve really thought about some useful perks. Potentially one of the best ones is that the bunk beds are made of solid wood so they don’t creak or shake.

Upstairs is the ‘Little Travellers House’, a three bed apartment, but the usual mix of rooms is available as well from privates to dorms sleeping eight.

Written by  World Reviewer Staff.

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