Nido Santa Apolónia – Student Housing Lisbon
Built in an old industrial building, Nido Santa Apolónia is right in the heart of one of the most interesting and vibrant areas of Lisbon. Our building offers all-inclusive stylish rooms and studios, shared social and co-working spaces, including a private gym, a stunning terrace and an outdoor swimming pool overlooking the river Tagus. Plus, our central location means you’re a short walk from universities and the buzzing nightlife of the capital.
Crafted with you in mind, we understand the need to feel safe and secure, which is why our Santa Apolónia accommodation has a 24 hour security and CCTV.
If you want to live right in the heart of the city and be part of a lively, considerate, and creative community, book your room today and join the Nido family!
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You’ve told us what’s important to you in your accommodation and we’ve made sure to include it in our Nidos. All bills are included in your stay, the fastest WiFi and community places to make friends and socialise, plus a few more things…
We think a lot about the design of our facilities. Each space at Nido Santa Apolónia is fully furnished with little touches that make a positive difference to sustainable living. We want you to be able to enjoy every single facility, from community spaces to the laundry room.
Santa Apolónia Team
Located in one of the most interesting and vibrant areas of Lisbon, residents here find themselves within walking distance of the historic centre, riverside walks and some of the most exciting spaces in the capital. The riverside area in particular is ideal for jogging and cycling even through the winter, and the nearby Parque das Nações neighbourhood is home to a number of gardens, making it the perfect place to relax.
At Nido, we ensure you are never far away from the excitement of city life. We want you to be able to experience all the local amenities and attractions Lisbon can offer you as a student or young professional from exploring the culture and heritage to inspire studies, to winding down and enjoying a cup of coffee, tasty meal or enjoying a casual cocktail in the city centre. Keep up to date with our blog for all the local events!
A traditional Portuguese cuisine restaurant in Lisbon. The dishes provide a mix of traditional Portuguese flavours with Mediterranean touches. The highlight is the squid ink pasta and the grilled pork with shrimp.
At Homie's it's difficult to choose just one corner. There's a shop with ecological products, vegetarian food and even a games area. A real "welcome home" concept combined with a sustainable lifestyle.
Fancy a pizza, hamburgers or trying some Portuguese delicacies? The TimeOut market gathers 26 mini restaurants and 8 bars, where you will find a wide range of gastronomic options. It is the ideal place to have a great meal.
The National Tile Museum is undoubtedly one of Lisbon's most iconic museums and a national treasure. Here you will find one of the first pieces introduced to Portugal by the Arabs and learn about tile production in Lisbon in the 16th century.
Praça do Comércio is one of Lisbon's most emblematic places and one of the largest squares in Europe. You can enjoy the exhibitions in the Pátio da Galé, relax on the terraces and visit the Arco da Rua Augusta, where you will be fascinated by the view of the Tagus River.
Get your legs ready to climb the alleyways towards São Jorge Castle. All the effort is rewarded by the best view in the city, and we're not making this up. The Moorish fortress, with over ten towers and an archaeological museum, boasts one of the most incredible views in Lisbon, as well as a programme of free music and theatre.
Here you can find everything you need, from decorative objects to books, second-hand clothes, furniture, or even glasses. Feira da Ladra is a Lisbon classic that never goes out of fashion and still has some low price finds.
The fish here is really fresh. There is always sea bream, sea bass, grouper, salmon, tuna, national squid, octopus, among many others - and they deliver straight to your home to help the busiest of people.
Fancy a glass of wine with your art? Pop the wine is not just a place where you can drink and chat. Here, you can also buy wonderful works of art. Wine tastings (all organic) can be done during the art auctions or vice versa.
If you're a fan of electronic music, we're sure you won't want to miss the busy nights at Lux Frágil. The club is in an old industrial warehouse with three floors and features a set of national and international DJs.
Pink Street is an unmissable stop on Lisbon's nightlife scene and is considered one of the New York Times' 12 favourite European streets - and ours too. This corner of the city is full of bars, clubs and esplanades. The ideal place to have a few drinks with friends.
Cocktails and meals served on a tropical riverside terrace with an incredible view of the blue Tagus. Every Saturday and Sunday there is "brunch in the clouds", with a delicious menu that is (even more) instagrammable than the space. We have no doubt that "coffee in the clouds" was the missing photo for your feed.