The Baixa and Chiado are the most centrally located zones in Lisbon and include much of the shopping, plenty of nightlife anc some great monuments.
Baixa includes Praca Dom Pedro iv, Praca da Figuera, and Praca do Comercio.
Chiado is Lisbon’s most exclusive and elegant shopping area located to the west of Baixa. Chiado was greatly damaged in a fire in 1988 but hard work to rebuild it has paid off thanks to the input of renowned architect Alvaro Siza Vieira.
Chiado is an affluent area that combines traditional century-old tea shops and fashionable clothing boutiques.
Rua da Assuncao, 52
On a fairly tranquil residential street, Residencial Insulana is a great budget option. It’s located in the top section of an old building and the rooms are surprisingly pleasant and have satellite TV.
Rua Garrett, 108
Double and triple rooms available in this traditional three-star that benefits from a great central location perfect for eating out, sightseeing and shopping.
Hotel Lisboa Regency Chiado
Rua Nova do Almada, 114
Hotel Lisboa Regency Chiado is a splendid hotel designed by renowned Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza Viera. The décor is inspired by the east with modern medium size rooms and some that are available with terraces that enjoy breathtaking views of the Castelo.