The hotels near Santa Apolónia railway station in Lisbon place you close to the oldest of all of the city’s train stations. The station was opened on 1 May 1865, and it sits perched nicely on the banks of the River Tagus in the centre of the historical Alfama district. The station is important as it is the international hub of Lisbon, linking the city to Paris, Madrid and a high speed service to Alfa Pendular. Whilst you are waiting for your train, this is as pleasant an atmosphere as you can expect from a station.
In 2007, the Santa Apolónia railway station was linked to the metro system, and the metro station bears the same name as its older cousin. The station is well run, and is usually kept very clean. It is a pleasure to visit, with plenty of convenient cafes and shops nearby. As it is on the metro system, there are no difficulties finding your discount hotel at the Santa Apolónia railway station in Lisbon. For the best hotel deals, just book through Vayama.com.