Lisbon Christmas Market is held at Park Edward VII and the city’s beautifully decorated Christmas tree is at Praça do Comércio, the large square by the water. In this guide, we recommend hotels near Lisbon Christmas Market.
Alternatively, you might prefer to stay in one of the more popular areas of Lisbon such as Baixa de Lisboa, the historic centre of Lisbon. Bairro Alto is a bohemian neighbourhood with narrow cobblestone streets and popular nightlife. Alfama is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Lisbon with steep streets and is where you can experience Fado music, intimate restaurants and catch the famous no. 28 tram.
Each of these neighbourhoods has a number of outstanding hotels for all budgets.
Hotels near Lisbon Christmas Market
Lisbon is a spread out city and while many of the sights and attractions are within walking distance of the historic city centre, you’ll most likely need to take public transport to get around at some point. Also, being a very hilly city, it can be difficult to walk everywhere.
Thankfully there is an excellent metro and tram system that covers all of Lisbon which means you don’t have to be too concerned about the area where you’re staying. The hotels recommended below are conveniently located either for walking or being close to public transport.
Top PickTivoli Avenida Liberdade
Address: Avenida da Liberdade, 185, Santo Antonio, Lisbon, Portugal
If you would like to stay near Lisbon Christmas Market at Parque Eduardo VII (Park Edward VII), then the Tivoli is one of the best hotels in the area and only a 5-minute walk from the markets. Tivoli is a stunning boutique hotel that has been renovated. The 1930s building has a rooftop restaurant where you can get incredible views of the city. The hotel uses 100% renewable energy for its electricity, they avoid single-use plastic and they support local artists and community projects. This makes Tivoli one of the most sustainable hotels in Lisbon.Check Availability
Be Poet Baixa Hotel
Address: Rua Augusta, 220, Santa Maria Maior, Lisbon Old Town
This highly rated, affordable hotel is located in Baixa de Lisboa, the historic centre of Lisbon. If you stay here you’ll be a very short walk to Praça Dom Pedro IV, one of Lisbon’s most beautiful squares and Santa Justa Lift, the famous cast-iron elevator that was built in 1902. The complementary pasteis de nata and port is a nice bonus. The hotel is superbly located and highly recommended.
Address: 22 Praça Luís de Camões, Misericordia, Lisbon
One of the best hotels in Barrio Alto, Le Consult is in a wonderful, quiet location directly on Praça Luís de Camões, a beautiful square where the historic trams stop. The hotel supports local artists by displaying their artwork with regular exhibitions. This is an excellent hotel if you’re interested in Lisbon’s restaurant and nightlife scene. Lisbon Christmas Market is less than 10 minutes away by public transport.
Address: Travessa das Merceeiras 27, Santa Maria Maior, Lisbon, Portugal
If you would like to stay in the historic Alfama neighbourhood, Memmo is in the centre of this area, close to the water and walking distance to Praça do Comércio, where you’ll find some of the Christmas festivities in Lisbon. This is a great area to stay in Lisbon with loads of places to eat out and listen to music. Some popular nearby sights include the Arco da Rua Augusta and the Fado Museum.
Lisbon is well-known for excellent budget accommodation including luxury hostels. Many hostels offer private rooms with private bathrooms but have shared common areas where you sit and read or meet like-minded travellers. This is a great option if you’re travelling solo or as a couple looking to travel cheaply.
Rodamon Lisboa Hostel
Address: Rua dos Fanqueiros 300, Santa Maria Maior, Lisboa
Rodamon is brilliantly located in the historic old town, halfway between Barrio Alto and the Alfama district. This is the most highly rated luxury hostel in Lisbon and the rooms are incredibly modern, clean and have private bathrooms. This is a great cheap option for singles or couples and there are dorm rooms available if you really want to save money. Click through to check the rooms, they really are excellent. The hostel promotes local artists by displaying their artwork throughout the building and most food served is locally sourced and organic.
For more information on visiting Lisbon at Christmas, read our complete guide to Lisbon Christmas Market that includes sightseeing tip, things to do and local specialties.
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