inside lisbon’s baixa house.
by victoria comment


dining area inside baixa house apartment in lisbon, portugal. / sfgirlbybay

it seems like almost everyone i know is making a trip to Portugal lately, and lisbon in particular, and having been there twice i can honestly tell you, you should try and go, too. on my first visit, i was fortunate enough to stay at baixa house, charming boutique apartments in the heart of the city’s historic district. it was recommended to me by petite passport, who if you happen to be a travel buff, must be added to your ‘review before traveling’ list. as you can tell from these photos from their instagram feed, it’s one of the homiest, loveliest places to stay — complete with their own kitchens and fresh bread that is dropped off at your room each morning — you’ll find it adorably hanging in a sweet little bread bag from your doorknob. how special is that? your fridge is stocked with fresh yogurt and milk, along with great coffee. it’s so cozy here, you might not feel like leaving their well-appointed and beautifully designed 18th-century apartments — with close attention to detail in each of their 13 apartments by interior designer javier cargo. i almost don’t want to tell you about baixa house since they were all booked up on my last trip to lisbon, but do try and stay in this charming space. i think you’ll love it.

breakfast at baixa house apartments in lisbon, portugal. / sfgirlbybay

breakfast flatlay at baixa house hotel in lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring interior of baixa house, lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

vintage chair inside baixa house apartment in lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

rattan wall mirrors at baixa house. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring interiors of baixa house, lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

white washed a-frame room at baixa house hotel in lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

living room inside baixa house apartment rental in lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

sitting room inside baixa house hotel in lisbon, portugal. / sfgirlbybay

sunlit living room inside baixa house hotel in lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

designer decor at baixa house, lisbon. / sfgirlbybay

• photography courtesy of @baixahouse.

8 responses to “inside lisbon’s baixa house.”

  1. Oh I’d really love to stay there someday! I usually visit once a year, around christmas (long story short, my parents own a house on the portugese countryside and celebrate christmas there, I spent a semester in Lisbon so when I visit my parents i always add a few days in the city to catch up with my friends and enjoy Lisbon) and Baixa house has been on my must-visit list for a while. This year we opted for a Behomm house swap though, much better for our wallets ;)

  2. That’s the place were I had my first Lisboa trip with the one I then married with.
    We stayed in the attic. I still remember how was hard going out in the evening and not only laying on the sofa having wine and listening to the radio.

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