Located within 5 minutes walking distance to the Gulbenkian Museum, and to a Metro Station (located underneath the El Corte...
Rua das Portas de Santo Antão, 36-2º dto
€ 21 average price per room/bed (the price is per 1 night only)
Info & Description
'Lafonense Pension' offers cozy rooms with views of the city's attractions are comfortably furnished and will give complete rest.
Double and triple rooms. Two bathrooms.
The hostel is located in the "Baixa" between the city center Rossio Square and the "Coliseum of Lisbon ', surrounded by the main historical sites and close to the three terminal station (Santa Apolonia, Cascais and Sintra).
Pickups / Shuttle from airport
standard 2 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
standard with view 2 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
standard with view 3 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
standard with view 1 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
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Krassimira From BulgariaOn November 30, -0001
Dear administrators of HOSTELSCLUB.COM, I do wonder how you have this place in your list of hostels! You should check what you offer! I cannot imagine how an AWFUL, DIRTY, SMELLY AND MISERABLE PLACE like this can exist in 21-st century! I am just speechless about it! As a regular client of your site I do recommend to you to just delete this place from your list and never in future desinform people about it. My rating is a mere zero, but you don not have such a percent. It was money paid absolutely in vain for a stay in this otherwise marvelous city of Lisbon. I do believe that you will consider my opinion! Have my very best regards!
Monique From NetherlandsOn November 30, -0001
location is great. Of course when you are in the middle of the city there will be noise which did not bother me.
Jennifer From GermanyOn November 30, -0001
We stayed four nights at this hostel. We were lucky to have a shower and a basin in our room. We only had to share the toilette. The location was really good - in the center of Lisbon. But at night it gets louder because of the many Restaurants directly in front of the hostel. The next metro station was only two minutes away. Unfortunately there is no elevator. The owner lives also at the hostel and uses the same bathroom/Toilette.
Miha From SloveniaOn November 30, -0001
Victoria From USAOn November 30, -0001
When we arrived, the hostel was closed and there was no one in sight. After roaming around town with our luggage, we had the help of an elderly man who told us that the hostel is not open and is under construction. He called and was able to have someone from the hostel meet us and guide us to other accomodation near by. It was a bit disappointing but at least we had somewhere to stay.
Jennifer From CanadaOn November 30, -0001
Owners were very kind and spoke English. Clean very bright room. My balcony was right over street with lots of restaraunts so I loved listening to the accordians and street performances!! Very safe, centre of city, min walk to rossio sq.,
Janusz From PolandOn November 30, -0001
Definitely not RECOMMENDET. There is NO KITCHEN. Hot water is VERY LIMITED.
Ariane From FranceOn November 30, -0001
It is a very nice place, in the city centre it is very well located, it is clean and nice. The only thing is that it is quiet, if you want to party it is not the place where you should go, because it is small, is only has 5 or 6 rooms and no common area.
Daniel From GermanyOn November 30, -0001
It is a very old place which is actually nice, but the walls are very thin so that you always hear your neighbours which is horrible when you have snorring neighbours all the time, skyping at night or whatever...
Cécile From FranceOn November 30, -0001
It's a very cheap place, well located in the city, good if you just want a bed. However, it's noisy and one room doesn't have windows. The staff is nice.
Zdenek From DenmarkOn November 30, -0001
Good accomodation in very good location on a pedestrian precinct just in the centre of Lisbon
Liv From FranceOn November 30, -0001
Lafonense Pension is a nice hostel very well-placed in Lisbon. The staff is friendly, the room and bathroom was clean. It was quite noisy at some times but we were looking for a cheap and nice place to stay for two nights, and this hostel was a good choice.
Vinícius From BrazilOn November 30, -0001
The hostel is an old apartment right in the hearth of Lisbon. It is clean and the staff is really nice. It is a good place if what you need is a place to sleep, but there is any fun or posibility of interactions among travelers. Very cheap though.
Barbara From AustriaOn November 30, -0001
very central, very good position, one bathroom for more rooms
Renata From PolandOn November 30, -0001
room was not so bad but bathroom in terrible state...
Michele From ItalyOn November 30, -0001
It's really ok if you think on where you are ( in the very city-center! ) and how much does it cost!! About the rooms, it depends on what you get: with shower but without window, with window but noisy and without shower, anyway to just sleep there it is perfect! And the owner...well, she is really so nice! to be suggested if you're looking for something cheap just to sleep, not if you are looking for a real big hostel with many rooms, visitors, breakfast and other facilities. Situated in an old flat, but a little bit re-newed ( anyway clear! ).
sylwia From PolandOn November 30, -0001
Super location, just in the center, on the only-pedestrian street full of cafes. yest it's quite loud during night, but you can feel the spirit of the city! small but clean rooms, lovely owner. Recomend if lookin' for sth. cheep but nice, and not expect Hilton's standard :)
Alejandrina From MexicoOn November 30, -0001
Very average and bare bone Hostel...just a room..no TV..no wifi..old towels and furniture..shared bathroom..the lady was asking I believe 1 euro/hr for wifi usage...place is very old and shady...if you just need a place to sleep, go for it..otherwise, shop around, you should find much better deals...the location though is right at the heart of Lisbon, near Rossio Square...we stayed for 2 nights & our room was not cleaned & on the 2nd day, we came back after last shopping only to find out that our room was opened without our knowledge...the lady told us she wanted to show it to some tourists since we'll be checking out soon...we found that very unpleasant & an invasion of our privacy..how could you possibly open someone's room without asking for permission first?