True to its name, this guesthouse tells the story of Lisbon through its thematic rooms with decoration creating the ambiance
of several of the main aspects of Lisbon life and culture. So the walls of the "Tejo" room are painted in blue to recall the
Tagus River, Lisbon's pioneering role in globalization and cultural exchange is the inspiration in the colorful "Cultures"
room, while the melancholic or romantic overtones of the city's traditional music guides the décor of the superior "Fado Music"
room, to name a few examples.
In addition to the free breakfast, you're also free to use the internet or lounge in the common area, where you can also exchange
a book or burn a CD before stepping out into Rossio Square facing the building and starting your Lisbon sightseeing.
The excellent central location, welcoming and charming atmosphere of this guesthouse makes this one of GoLisbon's top recommended
budget options in Lisbon.