Superior One-Bedroom Apartment with Large Balcony

2 apartments with about 68 sqm, located on the 1st and 2nd floor, for two or three adults, with a bedroom, living room, dining area, fully equipped kitchenette and a large balcony overlooking the garden and old Lisbon.

Apartment José Saramago (202)

Size: 68 sqm + (6 sqm balcony)
Capacity: from 2 to 3  adults (2 large single beds; 1 single sofabed – living room)
1 free baby crib for children up to 3 years old
Location: 1st Floor (back)
A fully equipped apartment, with a 2 day towel exchange free service, trash taken out and general cleaning.
Apartment
 
Free wireless internet! Share the experience with friends or family through Facebook or WhatsApp!
Wi-Fi
 
By yourself, with friends or family. Contact us for specific needs.
Guests:
2 or 3 adults
Cable TV up to 40 channels.
TV
 
  • En-suite bathroom with shower
  • Hair dryer
  • Amenities of the Portuguese Saboaria
  • Percall Cotton Bedding
  • 100% cotton towels
  • Air conditioning
  • Free internet wifi
  • LCD TV with cable channels
  • Free safe
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Fully equipped kitchenette
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee / Tea machine
  • Microwave oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Electric kettle
  • Large balcony
Who was José Saramago:

José de Sousa Saramago (1922- 2010) was born in a small village in the interior of Portugal. He was writer, screenwriter, theatologist, essayist, journalist, playwright, short story writer, novelist and poet.

Born in a poor family of farmers, José Saramago published at the age of 25 the first novel Terra do Pecado (1947). However, only when he was sixty years old he did finally get the attention of readers and critics by publishing the novel Memorial of the Convent (1982).

Saramago was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1998. Three years earlier he was awarded with the Camões Prize (1995), considered the most important literary prize of the Portuguese language.

Saramago became known for using an oral style, typical of the folktales tradition, which is embodied in beautiful texts of long sentences, long periods and the use of an unconventional punctuation. These characteristics make his style unique in the contemporary literature, being considered by many critics as a master in the treatment of the Portuguese language.

José Saramago died at the age of 87. The writer’s funeral had State honors. The ashes of the writer were deposited at the feet of an olive tree, in front of the building that houses its foundation in Lisbon.

José Saramago (1922 – 2010)

Apartment Luís de Camões (302)

Size: 68 sqm + (6 sqm balcony)
Capacity: from 2 to 3  adults (1 large double bed; 1 single sofabed – living room)
1 free baby crib for children up to 3 years old
Location: 2nd Floor (back)
A fully equipped apartment, with a 2 day towel exchange free service, trash taken out and general cleaning.
Apartment
 
Free wireless internet! Share the experience with friends or family through Facebook or WhatsApp!
Wi-Fi
 
By yourself, with friends or family. Contact us for specific needs.
Guests:
2 or 3 adults
Cable TV up to 40 channels.
TV
 
  • En-suite bathroom with shower
  • Hair dryer
  • Amenities of the Portuguese Saboaria
  • Percall Cotton Bedding
  • 100% cotton towels
  • Air conditioning
  • Free internet wifi
  • LCD TV with cable channels
  • Free safe
  • Radio
  • CD player
  • Fully equipped kitchenette
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee / Tea machine
  • Microwave oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Electric kettle
  • Large balcony
Who was Luís de Camões:

Luiz Vaz de Camões (1524-1580) was considered one of the greatest figures in Portuguese literature and one of the greatest poets of the West.

His best known work, the epic “Os Lusíadas“, was published in 1572. It is a narrative written in verse in which the Portuguese history and people are extolled, celebrating the navigators and the achievements that made possible the construction of the Lusitanian empire. This work is considered the greatest Portuguese and renaissance epic poem.

Camões was a reformer of the Portuguese language, becoming one of the strongest symbols of identity of his homeland and a reference for the entire Portuguese-speaking community. Today, he is considered one of the great literary figures of the western tradition, being translated into several languages and becoming object of a vast amount of critical studies.

Luís de Camões (1524 – 1579)