AddressRua de Sao Paulo, 126 - 3D LisbonSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This stylish, unsigned backpacker favourite near Santa Catarina features original frescos, azulejos and hardwood floors – all lovingly restored by the friendly English-Portuguese owners. It’s a charming pad with bright, spacious dorms, a groovy lounge with internet, and a brick-vaulted kitchen where breakfast is served.
Our independent authors have visited Lisbon Calling and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Lisbon.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Board games
- Book Exchange
- Common Room
- Breakfast Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Washing machine
- Luggage Storage
Description provided by property
Part of a 250 years old building, in a typical Lisbon house from the 18th century, Lisbon Calling Hostel is where you'll find out how it really feels living as a 'lisboeta'.
We're all about 'fit to size'! Standard is not our thing, so we created a hostel like our own home, where all of you 'big feet' out there can sleep in huge, tailor-made wooden bunk-beds and raised sleeping platforms with views to the church square.
If you are looking for romance and something exclusive or deluxe, stay in the themed double rooms, which are in a separate section of the building and almost akin to the experience of having your own apartment in Lisbon.
The kitchen areas are social spaces where you can use the fridge, cook lunch or dinner for no extra costs. Feels like you are visiting a friends or relatives home.
The free wi-fi is excellent and the super-staff has lots of great tips to make the most of your stay.
Brilliantly located in the heart of Old Lisbon, we are five minutes walking distance for night life at Cais do Sodre or Bairro Alto and day trips around Bica, miradouro de Sta. Catarina (known as Adamastor), Chiado and Alfama - turns it into a great place to be in Lisbon. Just ask the crew what to do!
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