Hotels in the city centre, Chiado and Rossio are in the historic centre of Lisbon and very well located. On the other hand, prices are higher.
Hotels in Marquês de Pombal Square, Saldanha, Campo Pequeno and Arroios have good transport links to the centre and more affordable prices.
The neighbourhoods of Alfama and Castelo do not have a metro connection, only bus, and have many slopes!
The Belém neighbourhood is not usually a good option, as it is quite far from the centre and is not serviced by metro.
Parque das Nações is also further away from the centre (suitable for those looking for something near the airport).
In Bairro Alto and Cais do Sodré, pay attention to guest reviews. As they are neighbourhoods with plenty of night-life, the noise can disturb your sleep.
Offers are varied, in type and price. Hostels, B&Bs and private accommodation, are popular options. The offer of accommodation in hotels is vast.
Some of these spaces are installed in historic buildings revealing the latest renovation and innovation projects.
Located in the “green lung of Lisbon” - Parque Florestal de Monsanto -, you will find Lisbon Camping & Bungalows with direct access to the city centre via public transport.