What We Love
- A chic, modern stay in Lisbon's colorful Baixa neighborhood, with breakfast includedDropping by the restaurant for some tapas in the middle of the day
- Getting lost in the grand, 18th-century streets and discovering a new attraction at every corner
- Taking a day trip to Sintra – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an absolute must for any visitor
What To Know
- Free WiFi is reliable
- Centrally located within walking distance of most attractions and easy access to the metro and tram for those further away
- Situated on a busy street, so noise can be an issue from time to time
Lisbon is a hidden gem of a city, uniquely spread over seven hills that overlook the Tegus River. Here, magnificent monasteries and charming castles sit alongside modern museums and cutting-edge art, while a lively shopping scene and vibrant nightlife complete the urban tableau. All this is intersected by tramways, cobblestone lanes and tree-lined streets, making for an attractive and captivating destination that’s quickly topping traveler’s wish lists.
Among the busy streets and charming buildings, you’ll find the four-star Vincci Baixa. Designed to blend old with new, the classic, traditional facade belies a stylish, contemporary interior, accented by pieces of the original architecture. Striking archways dress the entrance to the lounge bar, adding character to the understated décor. Its distinctive aesthetic extends to the bedrooms – cozy spaces perfect for relaxing in after a day of sightseeing or shopping. And don’t forget about the hotel’s restaurant, where you can sample tapas, petiscos and other gourmet fare paired with a glass of wine.
Good to know
Please note that a city tax of €1 per person, per night is payable directly to the hotel.
Modern design meets boutique character in the hotel’s airy rooms. The clean lines and chic, neutral color scheme add to the sense of space and tranquility. Hidden behind a sleek floor-to-ceiling mirror is the bathroom, complete with a large shower space and dressed with forest-green tiles. The bright space, coupled with a luxurious bed, is just the antidote for a long day out exploring the city.
The hotel’s restaurant offers a buffet breakfast every morning and is otherwise open to offer you a taste of local specialties. The restaurant serves up Portuguese petisco snacks and Spanish tapas, perfect for light bites and sharing. If you’re looking for a drink, the hotel’s lounge bar is the place to go. Enjoy the comfort of the plush seats in this cozy and inviting space while sipping on some of the finest wines and spirits.
Vincci Baixa is situated in the best part of the city. There are plenty of historical buildings to explore and lovely restaurants to discover around the area. Meanwhile, just a few steps away lies Rua Augusta, Lisbon’s central shopping and entertainment street.
How to Get There
Stayed with friends for a sightseeing weekend. Fabulous location, we easily walked to the castle and cathedral, but trams metro and tuk tuks are all easy to take from here.
Breakfast was very good, lots of choice. Hotel staff all very pleasant and helpful, gave good advice on a few things we weren't sure about. Lots of nice little touches, pastures and fruit in reception etc. I'd definitely stay there again.
Stayed for work and pleasure. Top location, short walk to tram or subway, reasonable walk to many nice parts and restaurants. Hotel is quiet, superfriendly and competent staff, very good breakfast and small but nice rooms. Only drawback was bathroom door that could not be closed completely, a bit awkward😎
Vincci Baixa is all about location and the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. Adept at English and always ready to be of help, the staff at Reception deserve a special mention. My husband and I stayed here for 5 nights and couldn’t find a single negative about the hotel. The room although a bit small is cosy and worked for us. We didn’t choose breakfast here as we like to find new neighbouring cafes which we did. The hotel is in the centre of most attractions which are within walking distance. Ubers are relatively cheap and quick to get for more distant sights.
Can readily recommend this hotel!
Best place to stay in Lisbon! Perfect location, you can walk everywhere. The bus, tram, métro are near. On side you have Alfama, the other side Chiado, Bari Alto, Principe Real. You can walk 5 minutes and your are at the Tage river. And you have free Nata in the afternoon ;)
Stayed here for three days in two different rooms, and whilst the location of the hotel is good, I found the rooms to be a little poky. They were small and not the most comfortable to spend any time in, but ok if its just a place to sleep.
The reception staff were great, the kitchen staff a little sullen. I was here on business so I didn't book the rooms myself, but unlikely this would be a place I would return to.