From the airport:
Take the METRO (red line) to Alameda and change for the green line (direction Cais do Sodré). Exit at Baixa Chiado. Exit through Rua do Crucifixo. Once out the station, turn left until you find our GREEN door, nº116. Ring the 'reception' bell.
Catch the bus 91 (Aerobus) and stop in Rossio Square. From there find Rua Aurea and then walk in the direction to the river. Turn in the second street on the right (H&M building) and you'll find our street.
A taxi should cost 12 to 15, depending on the hour and day of the week. The best way is to buy a voucher at the airport its secure and avoids overpriced rates. Ask for a receipt.
From Santa Apolonia Train Station:
Take the blue line on the metro to Baixa-Chiado. Its the second stop. Journey time is about 5 minutes.
A taxi should cost around 5. Always ask for a receipt.
From Sete Rios Train Station/Bus terminal:
Take the blue line on the metro to BAIXA-CHIADO station. Take the Rua do Crucifixo exit and youll find out street right in front. Journey time is about 20 minutes.
From Gare do Oriente Train Station:
Take the red line on the metro to Alameda station. Change there to the green line going in the direction of Cais do Sodre and get off at Baixa-Chiado. Exit in the direction of Rua do Crucifixo and youll find our street right in front of the exit.
A taxi should cost around 12. Always ask for a receipt.
It is a question that has always plagued the creative mind: does life reflect art or does art reflect life?
Living Lounge, recently voted the second best medium hostel on Hostelworld, takes hostel art and travelling life to a whole new level.
Each double, single and dorm room at the hostel is a unique work of art, having been individually designed by local artists to reflect different elements of Lisbon's rich culture. Although every room is different, theyve all been crafted with the same goal in mind: providing our guests with supreme comfort, security and style during their stay. We also have a budget room in the attic with narrow stairs and two individual beds.
Our hostel features a luxurious and spacious downstairs lounge area, providing the perfect place to sip a drink, listen to music and meet people from around the world. Upstairs we have a peaceful indoor garden room, a lovely place to bring a book and relax. Our guests are welcome to use our free Wi-Fi internet, and our friendly staff can provide you with free maps and any tourist info you might need.
Living Lounge is a project from the same group of Portuguese friends who own and operate the multi-award winning Lisbon Lounge Hostel. With Living Lounge, we bring you the same high standards of quality and design but with an exciting new artistic concept.
Living Lounge is located in the heart of Lisbon's tourist centre, right on the border between the ritzy Chiado district and the historic Baixa. The Baixa-Chiado metro station is literally right across the street, and it is only a quick train ride to Lisbon's nearest beaches or a short stumble to Lisbon's best nightlife area - the Bairro Alto. We also provide a range of free activities, including nightlife tours and daytime walking tours.
With piece-of-cake public transport access, you'll have no problem finding us. We look forward to providing you with an unforgettable stay in Lisbon.
Important Note: From the 1st of January 2019, a city tax of 2€ per person per night will be charged on top of your bill and it must be paid on site. This tax is charged to guests aged 13 and older. It is subject to a maximum amount of 7 nights per guest.
This Tax will be delivered to the Municipality of Lisbon.