The hotel sign seems handwritten, as if someone pulled out a notebook to tell a story.
The story is MyStory Rossio's, a simple and cheerful hotel whose reputation as one of Lisbon's best goes beyond its excellent location, in the middle of the Rossio. Imagine a clash between the 17th century and a pop art invasion – that's what you will find here. The lobby has stone arcades and neon lights, the bar has ancient tiles, chandeliers and design furniture, the rooms (46 of them) have signs on the wall reading Fado, Lisboa and Amor (fado, Lisbon and love), to let you know romance is part of the story. In 18 of the rooms you will get a view of the Rossio, and you should demand one of them: it's a rare privilege to get to watch the city parading in front of you.
Café Portugal is a mix of coffee shop, bar and restaurant, but it is good at all three. You may want to spend some time there among Portuguese wines and snacks.
Breakfast is served buffet-style, wi-fi is free everywhere in the hotel. The one downside: no parking.
|Venue name:||My Story Hotel Rossio|
Praça D. Pedro IV, 59