The streets around Lioz Triptych are full of fado houses and photo opportunities to capture the remainders of medieval architecture in Lisbon. Mouraria is becoming more and more popular with tourists, so more cafes and restaurants are opening too – in short, this neighbourhood will keep you busy. In stark contrast to the area around it, Lioz Triptych is sleek, modern, and made with high-quality modern materials. It's closer to an aparthotel than a characterful home, but we liked the friendly concierge team who offer a variety of on-demand services.
Home truths: * Although the kitchen is well-equipped with appliances, it doesn't have the basic staples
* Aside from the TV with local channels, there aren't a lot of entertainment options in this home
* The second bedroom has a pull-out bed rather than two full singles
* The king-sized bed in the master bedroom is actually comprised of two singles zipped together
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