Lisbon’s Best Hostels (2020)

Lisbon has numerous budget hostels reaching from the city outskirts into the city center so you’re sure to find something to suit your needs and budget. If you want an upmarket backpacking experience you’ll also find some high-end hostels to rest your head for the night.

Here are the spots that made our list:

Lisbon Poets Hostel – Located In the heart of Lisbon less than a mile from Dona Maria II National Theater. With private rooms and free wifi all with a friendly staff. Make sure to check out the living room and terrace, you’re sure to meet some interesting people.

Address: R. Heliodoro Salgado 4, 1170-176 Lisboa
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Home Lisbon Hostel – Known for their nightly budget meals prepared by “Mamma”, Home Lisbon Hostel with surely feel like your home away from home. Located close to the metro station and only a four minute walk to the Baixa/Chiado area and many popular landmarks.

Address: R. São Nicolau 13, 1100-547 Lisboa
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SafeStay Lisboa Hostel – A beautiful old palace, perfectly maintained clean and organized. All within a few feet from Central do Rossio Train Station and Restauradores Metro Located in Bairro Alto. Be sure to stop at the front desk before your sightseeing, they often have maps of the area and with fill you in on the must see things in the area.

Address: Tv. do Fala-Só 11, 1250-109 Lisboa
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Liv’in Lisbon Hostel – Liv’in Lisbon Hostel is a energetic, youth-oriented hostel located in the Portuguese capital. With lots of shops and restaurants in the area it is a perfect place for outgoing people looking to meet other like minded travellers.

Address: Rua de Santa Marta 37, 1º, 1150-293 Lisboa
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The Independente Hostel & Suites – The Independente Hostel & Suites is a newly renovated palace overlooking São Pedro de Alcântara and the Tagus River. WIth a quirky interior in an art deco design all throughout the hostel, restaurant and lounge areas. Be sure to check out the “Independente Suites” and the amazing view it offers.

Address: R. de São Pedro de Alcântara 81, 1250-238 Lisboa
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Lisb’on Hostel  – Centrally located in the stylish Chiado District, Lisb’on Hostel is in a newly restored baroque palace with a rooftop panoramic terrace. They offer plenty of activities, a large, well equipped kitchen, large garden and lounge areas for visiting.

Address: R. Ataíde 7A, 1200-034 Lisboa
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Urban Garden Hostel  – A perfect spot for the adventurous backpackers, Urban Garden Hostel is within walking distance to all major attractions including Marquês de Pombal Square, Liberty Avenue, Baixa do Chiado and Terreiro do Paço. Be sure to stick around in the morning for the famous pancake breakfast served by the friendly staff.

Address: https://www.facebook.com/Lisb.on.Hostel.7
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Lisbon Cosy Hostel – Located in Olivais district close to the Oceanarium only a 25 minute walk to downtown and the Oriente transportation hub. Serving an above average breakfast and if that’s not your style you have full access to the kitchen to cook your favorite meal.

Address: Praça das Casas Novas 12, 1800-053 Lisboa
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Oasis Backpackers Hostel Lisbon – Located in the heart of Lisbon in the quiet neighborhood of Santa Catarina, this modern hostel offers budget accommodations with high end service. Located in what is known as the “Party District” they offer guided pub crawls to the nearby pubs which is must try.

Address: R. de Santa Catarina 24, 1200-402 Lisboa
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Nest House Lisbon Hostel – With gated access, security cameras, and personal lockers you are sure to feel secure when staying at Nest House Lisbon Hostel. Located within a 15-minute walk of Saldanha Square and Gulbenkian Museum and near Arpad Szenes, Docas de Santo Amaro and Palace of the Marquises. If your looking to travel farther and explore the Saldhana train station is right outside the front gate.

Address: nº12 2ºandar, Av. da República, 1050-191 Lisboa
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Inn Possible Lisbon Hostel – Located next to Alfama and the city centre in one of Lisbon’s famous 7 hills. Inn Possible Lisbon Hostel offers free continental breakfast, use of the fully equipped kitchen, a very comfortable common area, a TV lounge, and wifi.

Address: R. Regedor 3, 1100-006 Lisboa
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This is Lisbon Hostel – In a restored 19th-century building on a hillside in central Lisbon, This is Lisbon Hostel is known for its amazing view from their rooftop terrace. Perfect spot for relaxing and getting to know other travelers.

Address: Costa do Castelo 63, 1100-129 Lisboa
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Lisbon Calling Hostel – Located in center Lisbon in a relaxed hostel with an artistic feel Lisbon Calling Hostel is a bit tricky to find as it looks like your basic building from the outside. Located in the perfect spot for either day sightseeing or the trendy nightlife action.

Address: Rua de Sao Paulo, 126 – floor 3D, 1200-429 Lisboa
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Easy Lisbon Hostel – With both private and shared rooms, free laundry service, nightly activities, lots of showers, and a great location Easy Lisbon Hostel has a bit of something for everyone.

Address: Av Duque de Loulé, 95, 2ºEsq, 1050-089 Lisboa
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