Not exactly a hotel, there is no desk and no staff. Not exactly a bed & breakfast, there is no breakfast. The old rather run down outside belies the sleek modern brand new (November 2016) interior. Starting on the 4th floor of an old building, next to a bank and across the street from a little park and the Marques de Pombal metro station. The neighborhood looks a bit sketchy, but we felt safe. The door is a little hard to find, and you must call or text ahead so the manager can be there to meet you and let you in. There is an intercom next to the door to call him to come down and unlock the street door. Inside there are 9 rooms, only 3 of which have private baths. Our room, #1, had a gorgeous black and white marble bathroom and a little balcony overlooking the town. It was very sleek and modern, immaculately clean. One flight up was a full kitchen, a living room and dining tables. Original watercolor art was on the walls of the hall. The kitchen was fully stocked with dishes, pots, utensils, a fridge, stove, microwave. the living room has a bookshelf with books and TV and comfortable sofas. It looks like it all came from IKEA. (I mean that in a good way). Nice views from the windows. Our room was small, but adequate. Free wi-fi and a TV. Jose, the manager, was very friendly and helpful. Just be sure to let him know what time you expect to arrive as nobody is on site. If you are driving, the underground parking garage is around the corner for 2.50 euros/day. The location is ok, but you would need a taxi to get down to the Center. Or take the metro across the street. Over all, a good experience, I would definitely stay there again.