Rossio Hostel presents itself as a welcoming, familiar space where comfort reigns, as well as friendliness and professionalism. Our mission is defined by the highest quality standards and the diversity of products it offers to its guests. An open door to all adventurers who want to live an unforgettable experience in one of the most emblematic cities of Europe.
SHARE A ROOM OR SLEEP ALONE
Rossio Hostel offers a wide choice of accommodation options that can be chosen to suit you.
If you want to share a room you can choose how many people you will share it and two separate bathrooms between women and men.
On the top floor there are 5 rooms with private bathroom, where 3 of them the window opens to Rossio's Square overlooking S. Jorge's Castle.
Have A Drink
Experiences you cannot miss during your stay.
Rossio Hostel has a bar incorporated in its lively Lounge, where you can count on a Happy Hour with appetizing prices, cocktails and music. It also offers the possibility to book an animated Pub Crawl for the night at the reception. Or let yourself be enchanted by our giant screen.
But more than a drink, our Guest Service can liven up your stay, just choose one of our packages.
The Rossio Square in Lisbon, also known as Dom Pedro IV Square, is one of the most beautiful and ancient squares in the Portuguese capital, a placo of people from all over the world. The late afternoons are usually very lively, where people meet to enjoy the bars and happy hours with snacks before entering the busy night that marks the city. Nearby you can find the Santa Justa Elevator or simply enter one of the walking tours that go around the city.
You can also find the impressive Teatro Nacional D. Maria II, Café Nicola and Café Beira Gare. If you go down towards the river, enter Terreiro do Paço and you can walk along Ribeira das Naus where you can choose on your left the way to Santa Apolónia and Alfama or on your right the direction to Cais do Sodré, where you can take a train to Belém or a ferry to Cacilhas to see the best sunset while the lights open to Lisbon.
If you want to visit Sintra, the historical Rossio station has trains that leave without interruption throughout the day.
To visit at any time of the day on the typical Portuguese sidewalk, a real work of art, defined by black and white limestone stones with undulating pattern.
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