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In the heart of Lisbon and yet far from the noise and citified transit, in the emblematic neighborhood of Principe Real, the Casa do Jasmim receives its guests in the street with its same name, in a recovered house with 14 rooms.Like all the Shiadu guesthouses, the Casa do Jasmim...
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or those who appreciate to stay at a comfortable and picturesque place this is for you. It was very luck to find such a place inside a great city as Lisboa (I dont like that huge hotels with impersonal service). The staff is caring and...More
We stayed at Casa do Jasmim during a recent trip to Lisbon and had a wonderful time. The staff went above and beyond to help us with a complicated luggage situation. In addition to this, the property was amazing and so was the food. We...More
This was a first class break in a very lovely building with first class staff located out of the hustle and bussle of the city but easy access to all areas.
Breakfasts and our apartment was great and the customer care was second to none....More
We stayed here for 3 nights and had the most wonderful stay. We booked a larger room which was situated on the 4th floor and the view was stunning, a real wow factor when you walk in the door.
The hotel staff are lovely and...More
This is my first ever negative hotel rating and we travel at least 5 times a year.
We booked this place based on its location and the reviews but most of all because it was a special occasion and we wanted a room with a...More
From the splendid garden and its cafe-kiosk to its restaurants, Príncipe Real is more than worthy of a visit and it won't let you down: its attractions include "Pavilhão Chinês" (one of the more eccentric interior designs you'll ever see), museums and a fantastic botanical garden. It's also a commercial neighborhood, and you can visit a renovated Palace, home of the Embaixada (embassy) trendy shopping center
with its cafes, art galleries and luxury shops... and even if you don't buy anything, take a look inside just for its marvellous interiors. On top of this, Príncipe Real offers a variety of places to eat: if you're in a hurry, drop by "Pizza a Pezzi"; and if you're not, taste the delicious Honorato hamburgers, Argentinian cuisine at La Paparrucha and also great, delicious Portuguese food at Tascardoso!
I'm not sure if this will answer your question, but initially I reserved a double room with patio. It was small & located in the basement, but would've been fine if there wasn't a musty odor. The room that was upgraded for... More
I'm not sure if this will answer your question, but initially I reserved a double room with patio. It was small & located in the basement, but would've been fine if there wasn't a musty odor. The room that was upgraded for us had a fully equipped kitchen & king size bed. It was much more spacious and located on the ground level but no patio.
It's an old building in the centre of Lisbon so parking was on the street outside. I'm not sure if a permit would be required for this but if you email the guesthouse they will happily help I am sure, they were very friendly... More
It's an old building in the centre of Lisbon so parking was on the street outside. I'm not sure if a permit would be required for this but if you email the guesthouse they will happily help I am sure, they were very friendly and extremely helpful when we stayed there, and they speak excellent English.