Best Party Hostels in Lisbon

If you are looking for the best hostels to party in Lisbon, meet other fellow travelers, with sociable staff and organised events, these are the Party Hostels for you

Lisbon is a city with a wide cultural and historical offering, but also with a thriving party scene for those looking to have a good time between sight-seeing sessions. Travelling solo or in group, if you are looking for hostels where you can meet like-minded people looking to have fun in Lisbon these hostels are the place to go! Friendly staff, fun atmosphere and plenty of organised activities to encourage guest socialising. Book now and prepare to unleash the fun in Lisbon

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Yes! Lisbon

Friendly and fun party hostel with a colourful and lively lounge area, a cheap bar and lots of social activities. Their nightly dinners are famous, and they also offer free shots every night, free walking tours and pub crawls. It’s not rare to find a party in the lounge and bar areas. Perfect place to meet new people.

Average dorm price: 24.96 €

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The G-Spot Party Hostel

Lively party hostel with tons of activities and a cool fun atmosphere. Family Dinners, Happy Hour Drinks, daily Pub Crawls, on-site parties, VIP entrance to clubs in Lisbon and more. With a huge common area with comfy couches and offering cheap drinks. Staff are friendly and with great positive energy.

Average dorm price: 22.9 €


What are the Party Hostels in Lisbon like?

Lisbon is becoming one of the hot destinations in Europe, and the nightlife has a lot to do with that. The city has a few hostels that are properly designed for those party-animals looking to make the most of Lisbon’s nightlife. Yes! Lisbon is even considered one of the 10 best party hostels in Europe. In the hostels we recommend you here you can expect crazy parties, like-minded guests in search for a good time, fun-packed Pub Crawls and a great friendly atmosphere.

Nightlife in Lisbon

Lisbon's good weather and the outgoing character of its people are the most characteristics aspects of the nightlife. Offering many different options and environments for all tastes, you can start the night in one of the cool terraces around Parque das Nações, bar crawl your way through the trendy neighbourhood of Barrio Alto and end the night in one of clubs of Doca Alcântara.

Basic information about nightlife in Lisbon:

Best Party Areas in Lisbon

Lisbon is not too big but doesn’t have all the party centralised in one area, as other small capitals in Europe. Instead, the city has the biggest clubs disseminated around the city and three very distinctive areas where to party, offering a different atmosphere in each one of them. The good news is that, as the city is not too big, it is not difficult to move around those areas to try everything the city has to offer.

Going out in Barrio Alto

Located in the old part of the city, Bairro Alto is a very trendy area that represents the centre of Lisbon's nightlife. The neighbourhood consists of a labyrinth of narrow streets with a large number of bars and pubs of all kinds, and it is mainly frequented by many young people around 20 to 30 years. Even though the party generally begins after 23:00, streets and bars in Bairro Alto are always full of people. Cool and interesting bars to visit are Tasca do Chico , Palpita-me , Clube da Esquina or Bicaense.

Cais do Sodré

A party area with the same spirit as Barrio alto, but with a bit more of a classy atmosphere and also offering a good selection of clubs. If you are looking for dancing all night long, this is your best option in Lisbon. Clubs like Musicbox , Lounge , Europa , Jamaica , Viking , Roterdão or Toquio stay open until well after the sun has risen. You can also find cool bars in the area like Duplex , Pensão do Amor , Champanharia do Cais or Velha Senhora .

Parque das Nações

This neighbourhood is one of the most modern parts of the city, with building featuring a futuristic architecture and a great view to the river. In recent years, many trendy restaurants and bars with Portuguese and international cuisine and excellent drinks and cocktails have been opening in the area. Some of the bars are set on tall buildings and offer an unbeatable view of the city and the river. Maybe a bit more upscale than the rest, but still worth a visit.

Dress codes & age restrictions

While in Barrio Alto the atmosphere is relaxed and you won’t have any troubles getting in any bar or pub as long as you are clean and not showing symptoms of extreme drunkenness, the door policy in Lisbon clubs is tough and sometimes inexplicable. Clubs like Lux, Incognito or Kremlin are famous for refusing entry to people for no reason, or just ask for ridiculously high cover charge (think 300€ per person) to discourage someone to enter. Some forums on internet say that they do that if they see you are foreigner, but we can’t confirm those rumours. If you are planning to hit a big nightclub, wear your best clothes, shoes and maybe ask the staff at your hostel to give you some tips.

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