Pros

  • Chic rooms with modern bathrooms
  • Quiet, residential location near a tram stop
  • Free tasty breakfast including eggs, fruit salad, and yogurt
  • Terrace with amazing river and city views
  • Living room with panoramic views
  • Honor bar with soft drinks, beer, coffee, and chips
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout
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Cons

  • Outside the city center
  • Not all rooms have TVs
  • Some rooms have their bathrooms in the hall
  • Some rooms have minimum stay requirements during high season
  • Fee for parking
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Bottom Line

The House is an eight-room boutique B&B offering a home-like experience in a residential part of Lisbon. Rooms are modern and chic, but their amenities vary and only some have TVs. Two have bathrooms across the hall and one has a bathroom without a full door separating it from the sleeping area. A tasty breakfast with eggs made to order is included in room rates. There’s also a big outdoor terrace with river and city views, and in inclement weather the views can still be taken in from the living room. Guests wanting to stay nearer to the action of the city may want to check out the Lisbon Short Stay Apartments Baixa, a vibrant hotel with funky decor and a convenient location near shops and restaurants.

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Amenities

Oyster Hotel Review

The House

Scene

Family home turned chic B&B 

The House still belongs to the descendants of the building's original owner, who built the property for his family of eight. Today, the three-story hotel’s rooms are named for their original purposes, and there's a Grandfather’s Suite, a Nanny’s Bedroom, and a Playroom. The reception area has a boutique feel, with striking black-and-white wallpaper and a spiral staircase. There’s a chic breakfast room and a living room area with couches and big panoramic windows. The large stone terrace is the highlight of the property, with stunning views of the river and city.

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Location

In a residential area outside of the city center but near a tram stop

The hotel is located in a quiet neighborhood just west of some of the more lively parts of the city. There aren’t a lot of restaurants in the immediate vicinity, but there is a small convenience store and a pastry shop. It’s a quick two- or three-minute walk to the basilica where guests can catch a ride on the famous Electrico 28 tram into the city. There’s also a taxi stand at the basilica, and it’s around a 20-minute drive to the airport. 

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Rooms

Modern rooms, some with bathrooms across the hall 

Rooms at The House are modern and have a variety of decor, including white ladder shelving stands, playful wallpaper, and wicker ceiling lights, and only some rooms have TVs. Bedding comes in a range of colors, from purple to brown. A few of the rooms also have furnished balconies. Some rooms are smallish, and some have tight bathrooms with tiny corner showers. Two of the rooms have bathrooms across the hall, and the Playroom has an en-suite bathroom inside, but it has a frosted-glass partition separating it from the sleeping area rather than a full door. Toiletries are provided.

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Features

Terrace with amazing views, homemade breakfast, and honor bar

The large terrace at The House is an amazing asset, offering beautiful views of the city and the river. A homemade breakfast is also included in the room rate with eggs cooked to order, yogurt, and fruit salad provided. There's also an honor bar with soda, beer, coffee, and chips. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. 

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Oyster Hotel Review

The House

Scene

Family home turned chic B&B 

The House still belongs to the descendants of the building's original owner, who built the property for his family of eight. Today, the three-story hotel’s rooms are named for their original purposes, and there's a Grandfather’s Suite, a Nanny’s Bedroom, and a Playroom. The reception area has a boutique feel, with striking black-and-white wallpaper and a spiral staircase. There’s a chic breakfast room and a living room area with couches and big panoramic windows. The large stone terrace is the highlight of the property, with stunning views of the river and city.

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Location

In a residential area outside of the city center but near a tram stop

The hotel is located in a quiet neighborhood just west of some of the more lively parts of the city. There aren’t a lot of restaurants in the immediate vicinity, but there is a small convenience store and a pastry shop. It’s a quick two- or three-minute walk to the basilica where guests can catch a ride on the famous Electrico 28 tram into the city. There’s also a taxi stand at the basilica, and it’s around a 20-minute drive to the airport. 

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Rooms

Modern rooms, some with bathrooms across the hall 

Rooms at The House are modern and have a variety of decor, including white ladder shelving stands, playful wallpaper, and wicker ceiling lights, and only some rooms have TVs. Bedding comes in a range of colors, from purple to brown. A few of the rooms also have furnished balconies. Some rooms are smallish, and some have tight bathrooms with tiny corner showers. Two of the rooms have bathrooms across the hall, and the Playroom has an en-suite bathroom inside, but it has a frosted-glass partition separating it from the sleeping area rather than a full door. Toiletries are provided.

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Features

Terrace with amazing views, homemade breakfast, and honor bar

The large terrace at The House is an amazing asset, offering beautiful views of the city and the river. A homemade breakfast is also included in the room rate with eggs cooked to order, yogurt, and fruit salad provided. There's also an honor bar with soda, beer, coffee, and chips. Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. 

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Cabanas

  • Cable

  • Concierge

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

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