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Teatro Nacional Apartments

CENTRAL LISBON - Teatro Nacional
Calçada do Garcia 28 1156-168 Lisbon
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One-Bedroom Apartment
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A 40 sqm apartment with one bedroom, fully equipped and with the capacity for 4 people (2 in a double-bed and 2 in a sofa-bed). The bathroom has a shower, hairdryer and toiletries. The 17 sqm bedroom has a king-size double-bed. The kitchenette, with its dining table, is fully equipped and with the kitchen utensils you may need to prepare and eat your meals. It opens to a comfortable living room with a sofa-bed and a TV.

• Digital Experience and...Check-In in 2 minutes  • 24h video call reception • Hello's Corner • Chat Concierge Service • Free Wi-Fi  • Luggage Locker 

Superior One-Bedroom Apartment
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A 50 sqm apartment with one bedroom, fully equipped and with the capacity for 4 people (2 in a double-bed and 2 in a sofa-bed). The bathroom has a shower, hairdryer and toiletries. The 17 sqm bedroom has a king-size double-bed. The kitchen is fully equipped and with the kitchen utensils you many need to prepare and eat your meals. It opens to a living room with a comfortable sofa-bed, a dining table and two side balconies offering you a panoramic view that stretches from the Castelo de São Jorge to the city centre and all the way to the Tejo river.

• Digital Experience and...Check-In in 2 minutes  • 24h video call reception • Hello's Corner • Chat Concierge Service • Free Wi-Fi  • Luggage Locker 

The Praça D. Pedro IV, generally known as Rossio, is one of Lisbon’s nerve centres. The Praça D. Pedro IV, generally known as Rossio, is one of Lisbon’s nerve centres. Its privileged location allows you to see all the way up to the Castelo de São Jorge and to go down to the Tejo river. Due to its centrality and width, Rossio played an important part in the city’s history and over the centuries it was the setting of fairs, markets, popular revolutions and even Inquisition bonfires. Rossio was fully rebuilt after the 1755 earthquake and became home to the Paço da Regência (Regency Palace), the Military Academy and the Public Exchequer. Teatro Nacional D. Maria II was inaugurated in 1846 and a few years later, the statue of D. Pedro IV - Portugal’s 28th king and the first emperor of Brazil - was erected, flanked by two magnificent baroque fountains. Don't forget to look down: on the ground you will find one of the finest examples of Portugal’s typical cobbled pavements. This rippling pattern was later reproduced in the famous Rio de Janeiro ‘calçadão’. At the beginning of the 20th century, Praça D. Pedro IV was the setting for meetings of the intellectual elite, which gathered in coffee shops such as Nicola, which still exists today. Between Martim Moniz and Rossio you will find Praça da Figueira, surrounded by buildings that house hotels, shops, cafés and restaurants. At the centre is the equestrian statue of D. João I (Portugal’s 10th king). Praça da Figueira is still one of the busiest areas in Lisbon. Rossio is also a good departure point for other places of interest. Stroll through the downtown streets, where you will find monuments, shops with traditional products and souvenirs, and street entertainment. If you choose to go up Avenida da Liberdade, you will find yourself in one of Lisbon’s main avenues. Built in the style of the Parisian boulevards, it is lined with theatres as well as some of the best hotels, restaurants and international designer boutiques in Lisbon. You can also walk up to Chiado, one of Lisbon’s most prestigious neighbourhoods, deeply embedded in culture and frequented in the past by Portuguese writers such as Eça de Queiroz, Fernando Pessoa and Almeida Garrett. In Chiado you will find bookshops, art galleries, museums, churches, theatres, shops and cafés.