The Ribeira Tejo by Shiadu was once by the river… Actually only the Mercado da Ribeira and the Cais do Sodré station separate the fully renovated building of the Ribeira Tejo by Shiadu from the River Tagus. Most of the tiles from the 19th Century were renovated and can be seen from various points of the communal areas and also in some double and family suites. Take the lift to the 4th floor and simply use the stair to go up to the 5th floor, where you will find the best view at the Ribeira Tejo by Shiadu.

There is nothing better than friendly and dedicated staff to welcome you and serve you a delicious home-made breakfast where you will have the opportunity of watching the ships go by, crossing under the 25th of April Bridge along with looking out to the Cristo Rei always on the lookout for any movement. Then, filled with energy you may begin your visit of Lisbon through the neighbourhoods of Chiado, Baixa and Bairro Alto which are less than a 10 minute walk-away from the Guesthouse, or if you prefer, you may also get on the No. 15 tram or the No. 28 tram to Alfama and Belém.

Follow your instinct… we are waiting for you !


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At Shiadu, each guest sees their stay complemented with a series of services already included in their room rate, as well as other services that can be solicited before or during their stay, at an additional cost. For added convenience, the payment of all services not included in the room rate must be made during check out, with our guest relations.

    Services included in the room rate:
    Services not included in the room rate:
In addition to the services mentioned above, between 08h00 and 21h00 daily, there is a guest relations team available for personalized service and always attentive to every guest.

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“A place to call home!”

From the very beginning (including many emails to organise restaurants and tours) we were warmly welcomed by Rita via e-mail. And on the day of arrival by Fatima. We loved the location. Close to the Mercado (Market) supermarket, tram, train, funicular, restaurants and bars.We were given an amazing amount of information. Every day was greeted with warm smiles by the staff. They genuinely cared! The breakfasts were a delicious start to the day. Including a house designed newsletter of the day (complete with weather report, Portugese recipes, tips, a Portugese proverb for the day, some lagnuage expressions). We were an adult family of 10. We loved the rooms. They were large and high ceilinged. With a view from all windows. The most important thing that we appreciated was that we felt like we were at home, and not at a stuffy hotel. The reception refridgerator was offered on an honesty system. Take what you need (water, wine, beer, snacks), write it on the wall, and pay for it all at check out. Great system!

Marky (Oslo, Norway)

“In Lisboa you always should stay at”

R eally nice people
I nteresting surrounding
B eautiful rooms
E xtremly good breakfast
I resitable
R iver Tejo sight

G orgeous
U nbelievable
E urope
S mile
T aste the breakfast
H olidays
O nly the best
U rban
S o good!
E verytime again

Ziege (Landeck, Austria)

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