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Hostel was very clean and tidy, the room was massive and the beds were comfortable. One of the staff members, Gonçalo was awesome, he gave us some tips on what to see in Lisbon and beaches to visit, he also helped us with getting a...More
If you are having lots of luggage (as I did) I suggest taking a taxi to the hostel because of the old towns cobblestone.
Hostel itself is really clean and stuff is very very very friendly and helpful! They are just amazing, always interested in...More
I arrived at Old town Hostel through a friend of a friend, everything was full, but the owner, João received me like an old friend and told me to just wait a little and placed an extra bed for me in one of the dorms....More
Staying at Lisbon Old Town Hostel was really great. We stayed 3 days in this hostel. We were perfectly received by Juan who gave us many tips, many places to visit and enjoy Lisbon. We were in a 4 beds dorms. It wasn't too warm...More
Hi guys ! This review is first of all to thank you. We only spent 5 days in your hostel but we felt like we where there for 3 weeks. We felt completely at home and we had fun 24/24 ! Even the breakfast was...More
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US$20 - US$61 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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