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The choice of bed and breakfast in Lisbon is extensive. In fact, B&B options provide visitors to Portugal’s capital with a diverse range of accommodation, anything from inexpensive guesthouses to stylish boutique properties. For example, Casa do Patio Bed & Breakfast in the city’s Bairro Alto district is fashioned out of traditional Portuguese townhouse and exudes a charming rustic ambiance. Similarly, the colourful interior design that characterizes Solar Dos Mouros Hotel Lisbon in Alfama reflects the owner’s passion for local art and culture. Over in Lisbon’s Principe Real quarter is Pensão Londres, a charming reminder of yesteryear with its noble architecture and ironwork balconies. Across town, the Sete Colinas guesthouse is a popular B&B and handy for exploring the culturally diverse Martim Moniz area. As its name suggests, Botânico Hotel is located near Lisbon’s botanical gardens and represents great value for a three-star. For something a little different, check out Lavra Guesthouse – it’s been converted from an 18th-century palace! The centrally located Pensão Nova Goa sits towards the budget end of where to stay in Lisbon and has won plaudits from travellers for its high level of hospitality. Likewise, super friendly Residencial Florescente Lisbon is know for its impeccable guest service and snazzy décor. The no-nonsense Hotel Dom Afonso Henriques (or DAH) is a safe bet for seeking a wallet-friendly B&B within shouting distance of the city centre while the bright and breezy Lisbon Dreams Guesthouse is more contemporary in looks and works perfectly as a handy mid-town bolthole.