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Living Lounge

Listed under Unusual Places to Stay in Lisbon, Portugal.

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If you want more than just a room for the night and you’re one of those people who’re picky about their surrounds you’re probably going to love this hostel – so are artists, designers and interior decorators – that’s who this hostel will really be appreciated by. Owned and designed by a team of artists each room is hand crafted to reflect something about Lisbon – but in the photos it looks more

Rooms are spread over three floors with four bathrooms and a lounge on each and you can book to stay alone or share a room with up to seven others. A communal kitchen, games room, TV room with a DVD library are all pretty standard for hostels but not many have an indoor garden.

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