Detailed descriptionThis is a spacious and comfortable studio apartment suitable for single guests, couples or even couples with a baby (cot available on request), located in a traditional 17th century building on a quiet pedestrian street in the heart of Alfamaand with access to an outside terrace with table and chairs, and magnificente views of the River Tagus.
The apartment has been carefully restored with a mix of traditional and contemporary furniture and objects. It has a large open space are consisting of sleeping area, with a comfortable double bed, and living room with workdesk, small dining table for two, armchair and other items of furniture.
There is a separate, independent kitchen which is fully-equipped for a self-catering stay with fridge, cooker and oven, washing machine and all the necessary kitchen utensils for cooking at home. There is also a separate bathroom with full bathtub, including a shower unit.
Facility descriptionWi-fi Internet, fridge, cooker, microwave, toaster, kettle, outside terrace/garden, Wi-Fi Internet, Portable heaters, Coffee maker, Washing machine, Hair dryer
Location and SurroundingsThe Oliveirinha Studio is located on the ground-floor of a traditional property in the heart of Alfama, Lisbon's Old Town district.
It is situated on a small, quiet street just 2 minutes walk from the route of the famous Number 28 Tram, which passes by on its way to the nearby Largo das Portas do Sol viewpoint, just 3 minutes walk from the apartment. From this terrace viewpoint, and the Santa Luzia viewpoint just a minute or two further on, you can enjoy the magnificent views over the Alfama rooftops and towards the River Tagus.
In Alfama there are numerous small bars and cafeterias, as well as several excellent Fado restaurants and traditional taverns. There are also plenty of small shops and commerce of all kinds, and the nearest large supermarket is just 10-15 minutes away at the Santa Apolonia train station.
This location is quiet and peaceful, within walking distance of major sights such as the Lisbon Castle and the historic Cathedral. From here it is easy to walk right into the centre of town, the Baixa, and further on to the Bairro Alto and Chiado.