Baixa House

  • Location: City
    Restaurants and shops: In walking distance
    Classic Number 28 tram: 2 mins walking
    Flea markets in the Graça area: 15 mins walking
    Tejo river: 5 mins walking
  • Lisbon Airport (LIS): 7km (20 mins by car)
    Airport transfer available on request
    Good public transport
    Paid parking

You'll be in the heart of Lisbon and can walk to all the beautiful sights, shops and restaurants.
Baixa House has a great team who will love to help you with recommendations on what to do and see.
Every morning fresh breakfast will be delivered right to the door of your charming apartment.

Being in the very middle of Lisbon also means that the rooms facing the street might be a bit noisy.

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An introduction to Baixa House

How would you describe Baixa House in a nutshell?

Baixa House is a small boutique hotel in Lisbon, Portugal. It is like a cozy holiday home away from home. What we want to offer people is like being at a friend’s house. It’s not like a touristy apartment, but gives people a feeling that they’re in a home environment, only better, because we bring fresh bread to their door and really take care of their needs. They don’t have to care about anything. They can just relax.

Our staff is invisible, yet visible if the guests need anything. And they are very friendly and helpful, but give the guests their privacy.

What would you say is your philosophy?

It’s about providing individual, personal attention to each guest. We are not a standardized hotel. I once stayed in a hotel which had a horrible painting on the wall that they wouldn’t remove. Every morning, I had to request the olive oil for the bread at breakfast. There was no personal attention; I had to conform to their standards. This is the difference between Baixa House and regular hotels.

What was your inspiration to open Baixa House?

The owner was going to rent out a few of the apartments in the building to tourists and have permanent renters in the others. I knew the building, it’s very special, so I thought it would be interesting to do a project for the building since most other buildings here have lost their character. The location is very good too and makes you really feel like you’re in Lisbon.

How long would you recommend people to stay in Lisbon?

Three days is the minimum to get an idea of everything Lisbon has to offer. But if you really like to enjoy the feel of the city, I would recommend five. When people book and say they want to see a particular area outside of Lisbon, we recommend they stay in those areas for a little bit before staying here, as the day trips can be too time consuming to enjoy your stay at Baixa House.

What has been the biggest reward about running Baixa House as a small hotel?

In each apartment we have a classical Portuguese notebook that guests can write their comments in.

One was a note by a Dutch holiday guest who made a design of the discovery monument in Lisbon, but drawing my team instead of the conquerors. The way he drew it and the words he wrote around it was very special. It’s rewarding when people are happy and have enjoyed the place.

Baixa House Belém Apartment
Baixa House Jerónimos Apartment
Campo Grande Apartment
Facade and balcony
Kids room and balcony view
Universidade and Ultramar
Baixa House staircase
Bathrooms
Fronteira Apartment
Ultramar Apartment

Baixa House rooms & rates

All floors have three apartments each, except the second and the fifth floors, which have two each.

Each apartment has been individually decorated and has its own unique character. I especially like apartment 4B, the Campo Grande. It has the best light in the building. I also like Jeronimos, apartment 2C. I love the furniture in there, and it has beautiful wallpaper in the kitchen.

The architecture of Baixa House is very impressive. When I think that that area was rebuilt in 30 years at the end of the 18th century with that quality of construction and the buildings are still there, it’s very special. They were modern designs for that time. I also love the design of the place, and all of the little details, from the flowers to the linen bag for the bread.

  • One bedroom apartments for 2-4 people / 65 m²
    205 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Sofabed (on req.)
    • 1 Baby cot (on req.)

    The one bedroom apartments Fronteira, Alorna, Estrela, Jeronimos, Uni and Gulbenkain at Baixa House feature one bedroom (which can be made up with double or twin beds) and a living room with a double sofa-bed. The bathroom comes with a shower, the fully equipped kitchen with oven, espresso coffee machine, and washer/dryer machine. A few of them also have a dishwasher.

  • Two bedroom apartments for 4 people / 70 m²
    220 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bunk room
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 2 Baby cot (on req.)

    The two bedroom apartments Belem, Necessidades and Eduardo VII at Baixa House are the perfect option for families with kids. They feature a main bedroom with a double bed and a second bedroom with bunk beds that can be folded away to create more space. The bathroom comes with a shower, the fully equipped kitchen with oven, espresso coffee machine, washer/dryer machine.

  • Two bedroom apartments plus for 4-6 people / 90 m²
    245 / night
    • 2 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Sofabed (on req.)
    • 2 Baby cot (on req.)

    The two bedroom apartments Ajuda and Campo Grande at Baixa House feature two double bedrooms (which can be made up with double or twin beds) and a living room with an additional double sofa-bed. The bathroom comes with a shower, the fully equipped kitchen with oven, espresso coffee machine, dishwasher and washer/dryer machine.

    Please note that only Campo Grande has a balcony. Ajuda has the original double windows facing the street. So it is not the best option if you are a light sleeper.

  • Three bedroom apartment for 5-7 people / 115 m²
    285 / night
    • 2 Double bedroom
    • 1 Single bedroom
    • 2 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Sofabed (on req.)
    • 2 Baby cot (on req.)

    The apartment Ultramar at Baixa House has one single and two double bedrooms. The doubles can be made up either with double or twin beds. The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a chaise-longue that can also be used as a single bed for small kids. The living room has a double sofa-bed. Bathrooms with showers. A fully equipped galley kitchen with oven, dishwasher and espresso coffee machine links the bedrooms to the living room.

  • Three bedroom small apartment for 5 people / 70 m²
    220 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Single bedroom
    • 1 Bunk room
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Kitchenette
    • 2 Baby cot (on req.)

    This cozy apartment Principe Real at Baixa House sits like a nest at the top of the building. The apartment has a small kitchen open to the living room. There are two double bedrooms at the rear of the building, away from the bustle of the street, with a sunny balcony. The main bedroom has a double bed and the second bedroom has two bunk-beds, which can be folded away to create more space. There's also a small single bedroom facing the main street, under one of the mansards. Bathroom comes with shower, the kitchenette with oven and espresso coffee machine.

Included in the rates
Rates include the delivery of fresh breakfast products every morning, daily cleaning, free Wifi and taxes.
Extra charges payable at the property
City tax of EUR 2,00 per person per night up to 7 nights and from 13 years old is charged separately at the property. Early (before 9am) or late (after 9pm) arrivals incur a charge of EUR 25. Pets are welcome on request (EUR 100 extra cleaning fee and damages deposit).
Children & Extra beds
Children are welcome. Baby cots and high chairs are available on request (free of charge).
Minimum stay
2 nights
Check in time
after 16:00
Check out time
before 12:00
Discounts/Special offers
10% off for bookings of more than 3 nights

Facilities & services

  • Children welcome
  • WiFi
  • Maid service
  • Concierge service
  • Babysitting on request
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Music system
  • Central heating
  • Iron & Board
  • Pets welcome
  • Laundry service
  • Hair dryer

When you come to Baixa House, you are welcomed by us as a friend. We ask our guests what they like in terms of visiting the place, whether it’s food, museums, and so on, and personalize the stay for them.

We’re not a hotel in the sense that there is nothing standard at Baixa House. We offer more flexibility and privacy. It’s about providing individual, personal attention to each guest. When holiday guests stay a second time with us, we go over their previous paperwork to ensure we offer their preferences in terms of food, care, etc., so their stay is more personal. Also, if anyone needs advice and we aren’t in the office, they can call us anytime. There’s always someone available.

And since all the apartments are self-catering, if you want to organize a dinner with friends, you can cook, but have us clean up.

Things to do in Lisbon

  • Art / Culture
  • Shopping / Markets
  • Night life
  • Boat trips

The Ultramar Tropical Garden in front of the Jerónimos Monastery is my favorite garden in Lisbon, together with the unexplored ‘Tapada das Necessidades’. From there, walk along the river bank to the Museu da Electricidade, which often has contemporary art exhibitions happening. Then cross the line of the train to Alcantara and visit LX Factory, an old industrial area which is transforming into a cultural centre. From there, you can walk to the Madragoa area, which is a very charming but still unexplored area of Lisbon. Take the tram 25 back to Baixa House to relax a bit before having dinner at one of the restaurants nearby.

On Saturdays and Tuesdays I love the flea markets in the Graça area of Lisbon. It is my neighborhood, full of charm and life with the best views of the city from Miradouro da Senhora do Monte and a few simple local restaurants where you can enjoy the best of Portuguese cuisine.

The Gulbenkian Foundation is another must nobody should miss. And of course if you have time and love the sea, you should book a sailing trip on the Tejo river: you’ll have a perfect view of Lisbon from the water.

And if you want to have a real fado experience, don't book the first place you see: ask us for a non-touristic place so you feel the real soul of Lisbon.

Baixa House reviews

5 of 5 stars
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Alles war perfekt!!
Wohnung wunderbar eingerichtet!
Frühstücksservice köstlich!
Das einzige…..Schlafen zur Strasse ist sehr laut. Aber nicht wirklich störend. Ist eben eine super Lage!
Dorothee D.
stayed at Baixa House in May 2019
5 of 5 stars
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I have to do a little shoutout to the most amazing place we stayed at in Lisbon. @baixahouse, thank you for the daily fresh breakfast, incredible suggestions and accommodations you made to extend my stay! Perfect location, gorgeous interiors..could you ask for a better place? Obrigada!
Erica S.
stayed at Baixa House in July 2017
5 of 5 stars
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5 – loved it! If it were only a little bit cheaper, i would come more often!
Jan S. (Germany)
stayed at Baixa House in December 2016
5 of 5 stars
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Would rate a 5 overall. We were very happy in the apartment & I have already recommended it to friends.
Patty E. (USA)
stayed at Baixa House in September 2016
5 of 5 stars
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I would rate my stay as 5 (very good)! Baixa house is perfectly located in the bustling Baixa area and yet reasonably quiet at night due to the clever layout. The team were very attentive and able to provide us with information, beach towels and even an umbrella when we went to the beach. All in all a great stay - thank you to Sandra, Maria and Juan for a truly enjoyable visit to Lisboa.
Kate G. (New Zealand)
stayed at Baixa House in July 2016
5 of 5 stars
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Very good. Thank you.
Reinout B. (Switzerland)
stayed at Baixa House in July 2016
5 of 5 stars
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the baixahouse and its staff were beautiful. so i rate my stay with 10!
Frank S. (Germany)
stayed at Baixa House in November 2014
5 of 5 stars
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Great stay! Everything was great! I”d give it 10 out of 10!
Oona E.
stayed at Baixa House in July 2014
5 of 5 stars
Verfied Welcome Beyond stay
We had a great stay and Baixa was very kind and helpful.
Agi
stayed at Baixa House in April 2014

The location of Baixa House

Baixa House is in a very good location. You can walk everywhere in Lisbon from here. It is five mins from the river, and there are a lot of traditional shops nearby. The main street does have a lot of new brands but there are also old shops from the ‘50s, like the family-owned tailor or hat shops. There is still some sense here to keep old traditions alive. Biaxa is a special heritage protection area and Lisbon has even won an award for the preservation of its heritage. Baixa House also won an award from the Gulbenkian Foundation for the preservation of Portuguese Heritage.

When is the best time to visit Lisbon?

From mid-July to mid-September I don’t like it at all. Lisbon is very touristy then. In August, you hardly hear Portuguese in the street.

End of October and November are perfect because it never rains and we tend to have lovely sunny autumns. I also love February and the beginning of March because it doesn’t rain much then either. I’d avoid Easter though because it’s full of people.

May and June are also great, with perfect weather and long days.