The Alface Hostel is situated in the city's core, offering budget Lisbon accommodation in the Bairro Alto district. The district is a maze of narrow streets to the south of Rossio Train Station, which becomes the city's vibrant night life area and is full of trendy bars and chic boutiques that open until late. A panoramic garden terrace called the Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara is also within short stroll of the Alface Hostel, where you can take in stunning views of the city centre. Perfect for a weekend break in Lisbon, the Alface Hostel makes you feel really welcome and well looked after. A free breakfast is served every morning and you can also arrange to be picked up at Lisbon Airport. Built in the 18th Century, the Alface Hostel is named after the little lettuces (Alfacinhas) that are used as a nickname for Lisboners. Guests can enjoy free wireless internet access throughout and the reception stays open 24 hours a day, so that you can come and go as you please. There is also a guest kitchen with a fridge where you can prepare your own meals if you want to experiment with fresh produce bought from a local market. Please note that credit cards are not an accepted form of payment.