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Marquês de Pombal, Lisbon
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Marquês de Pombal, Lisbon

Rua do Conde de Redondo, Lisboa, 1150-102, Portugal
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About the Property

Marquês de Pombal is a stunning student accommodation in Lisbon that offers different types of studios. Located on Rua do Conde de Redondo, this property is 10 minutes away from Technical University of Lisbon and 12 minutes away from Institute of Applied Psychology.


The gorgeous rooms at the property come with a double bed, air conditioner, private bathroom and kitchenette, living room with TV and dining space for two people. Common amenities include a fully equipped gym, spacious cinema room, lounge, game room, laundry facilities and high speed free wifi throughout the building.

Location and What's Hot?

Marquês de Pombal is surrounded by many restaurants, cafes, and pubs like Leads Pizza, Lisboa Comedy Club, New Honda’s Ramen, Manifest Lisbon, Treestory and Han Table Korean BBQ. Mini Preco and Aziz Mini Supermarket are the closest convenience stores located 5 minutes away from the accommodation.


Gomes Freire Stop is located down the street from the property where you can catch buses and travel around town or commute to college on a daily basis. Metro Saldanha is the closest train station located 6 minutes away from the accommodation.

What will you get

Your Rent Include


Common Amenities

CCTV & Access Control
High Speed Broadband & Wi-Fi
Calendar of Activities & Events
Residents' Lounge
Dinner Party Room
Study Room

Cancellation Policies (3)

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    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
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    Cancellation policy if admission not confirmed
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Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking deposit
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  • Payment instalment plan
    Flexible payment terms
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    Payment via easy transaction modes

Frequently Asked Questions

What's included in the 'inclusive rate'?

All utilities  electric, gas and water are included in the rent on a fair usage allowance with hot water available 24-hours per day.Heaters are controlled individually by the tenants in their rooms.High-speed internet and Wi-Fi throughout the building, including bedrooms and ethernet cable connection in bedroomsCouncil Tax  students are exempt from paying council tax, however some councils may charge tenants out of term time, therefore the tenant is liable for any council tax charges that may be incurred.Contents insurance is provided through Endsleigh insurance to cover your belongings for up to 10,000. 

Is there a TV?

A flat-screen TV with 40 channels is provided in most of their apartments and studios. Please check with the management team at your accommodation what is provided. If you've brought your own TV, you'll be pleased to hear that there's a TV aerial point in your bedroom, but please note, you are responsible for providing your own TV licence

Do I have to pay for a TV licence?

You will be responsible for providing a TV licence should you use a TV in your room/apartment.

Will I have internet in my room?

Broadband and Wi-Fi is available throughout the building, 24-hours a day.

How do I access the internet?

Wi-Fi is available throughout the accommodation. Wired connections are available via an Ethernet cable, and connected to the wall socket in your room simply open your web browser and follow the instructions. Upgrade options are also available. Internet is provided by third party companies and they have a 24-hour support line should you need it; details will be given out with the welcome pack.

Are kitchen essentials, bedding and towels included in my room?

You will need to provide your own bedding, kitchen equipment, towels etc. But, they know that being a student means there's a lot going on and a lot to organise. This is doubly true if you're coming from overseas. So you can buy these items from them to make settling into your home a little easier. You can choose one of their collections that cater for your exact requirement, from The Kitchen Collection which contains all the kitchen essentials through to The Luxury Collection which was curated for the ultimate in superior living. You don't even have to worry about unpacking it all. They will have it all made up and ready for your arrival so you can enjoy the way of living from the moment you walk through your door.

Will my room be cleaned?

Room cleaning is not included in your rent, so will be responsible for cleaning your room. If you're not a fan of doing the cleaning yourself, they offer a range of room cleaning services. You can choose from weekly, monthly, ad hoc and end-of-tenancy cleans.

Are the fitness suites and other social spaces free to use?

Many of their student accommodation properties have their own on-site fitness suites, as well as a whole host of additional social spaces. Access to these areas is free for residents whenever you like.

What do I have to pay and when?

In order to pay rent in three instalments, you will need to provide evidence of a guarantor based in the country of your accommodation, such as a family member or friend. The first rent instalment must be paid 10 days prior to your tenancy start date. Your second rent payment will be due in January, and your third and final rent instalment will be due in May. If you are unable to provide a guarantor in the country of your accommodation, your rent payment will need to be made a year in advance, in full, 10 days prior to your tenancy start date.

I am paying my rent in instalments, when are my payments due?

For those students paying in instalments, the rent payment dates are: * 1st instalment 10 days prior to your tenancy start date * 2nd instalment the following January * 3rd instalment the following May These can also be found on your tenancy agreement. Please note that they don't accept cash. Remember: if you have chosen to pay by repeat card transaction, please ensure that you have sufficient funds available in your account at least one working day prior to the rent due date.

I am paying my rent in full, when is my payment due?

If you are unable to provide a guarantor in the country of your accommodation, your rent payment will need to be made in advance, in full, 10 days prior to your tenancy start date.

I don't have a guarantor, can I still live in your accommodation?

Of course! If you are unable to provide a guarantor in the country of your accommodation, your rent payment will need to be made a year in advance, in full,10 days prior to tenancy start dates.

When can I move in?

Your accommodation will have a dedicated Move In weekend which coincides with the start of your tenancy. Details of this will be communicated closer to the time. Don't worry if you are not able to move in on the dedicated Move In weekend, you can still pick up your keys during office hours outside of this. Please just contact the helpful on-site accommodation team to let them know when to expect you and to ensure moving in is a hassle-free experience for you.

What documents do I need to check in?

Please ensure that, before you move in, you have * Paid your deposit * Signed your tenancy agreement * Paid your first rental instalment (or full rent if applicable). Please be aware, no keys will be issues to you if rent has not been paid. * Provided 1x photo ID and 1x proof of address for yourself (and your guarantor if applicable) * Provided 1x proof of Visa if required * Provided 2x passport photos and 1x proof of student status

What do I have to bring?

You will need to provide your own bedding, kitchen equipment, towels etc. If you have specific questions about what to bring, such as sizes for bedding, or whether to bring induction or standard pots and pans, please contact your on-site accommodation team.

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Student Accomodations in Lisbon

Lisbon Student Accommodation

Student accommodation or housing in Lisbon is not that difficult, but it is not easy. Students can find affordable and comfortable Lisbon student accommodation options at a reasonable price with amber. Lisbon student accommodation options are located near many world-renowned Lisbon universities like University of Lisbon, Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Universidade Catolica Portuguesa.

The city is well recognised for its monuments, delicious food, warm climate, and calm style of life, as well as a magnificent cultural and sport. It is also a city with a number of excellent public and private higher education institutions. Because of all of these considerations, students from all over the world pick the capital of Portugal as part of their academic route and look for student accommodation in Lisbon.

Lisbon student accommodation options include some of the most comfortable, luxurious, yet affordable ensuites, studio apartments, and shared apartments with various amenities. Private student accommodation in Lisbon costs between €102 - €198 per week. Off-campus student accommodation in Lisbon have short-term tenancy options for students near the most famous universities nearby like Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, University of Lisbon, Catolica Lisbon School of Business & Economics and  Universidade NOVA de Lisboa 

About Lisbon

Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal. Lisbon is recognised as an alpha-level global city due to its importance in finance, commerce, fashion, media, entertainment, arts, international trade, education, and tourism. Lisbon is one of two Portuguese cities, along with Porto, to be recognized as a global city. Lisbon is one of the world's oldest cities, and the second-oldest European capital city after Athens, predating other modern European capitals by centuries. The city of Lisbon is rich in architecture; Romanesque, Gothic, Manueline, Baroque, Modern, and Postmodern architecture may be found throughout the city. The city is also crossed by historical boulevards and monuments along the major streets, notably in the upper districts; prominent examples include the Avenue of Liberty and the Avenue of the Republic.

Best Localities for Lisbon Student Accommodation

The daily necessities are enough to distress any student. Student housing, however, is one of the primary necessities for students. And because each student has different needs, most choose a student-friendly area to live in a while attending college. The amber website offers a variety of housing options for students. Regardless of the student accommodation you choose, you will be living in beautiful areas like Alvalade, Almeda, Marques De Pomba, Lumiar, Santa Cruz amongst others


Alvalade is located in the heart of Lisbon. Some of Lisbon's most famous universities are located here, including the University of Lisbon, the largest in Portugal, the Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE), the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, and the Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias. So here's the first advantage of living in Alvalade: you're likely to be close to your university. Alvalade is calmer, quite and home to numerous Portuguese families. U.hub Alvalade is one of the most loved student accommodations in the area.


The large avenue (Alameda d. Afonso Henriques) that gives this region its name includes a very large garden with plenty of places to enjoy in Lisbon's beautiful weather and a kiosk-bar where you can cool off with one of the coolest — and cheapest — glasses of beer. Alameda, which has big condos, has become a favourite neighbourhood among students, particularly because it is close to the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST). Alameda is very well-served by public transportation, which can take you to other parts of Lisbon. If you use the Alameda metro, you may quickly get to more central districts of Lisbon as well as the airport.

Marquês de Pomba

Locals recognise Marquês de Pombal as the city's business district and a major transportation hub. You can get to any location in the city fast thanks to the intersection of two metro lines and over 20 distinct bus routes. Lisbon's starting point is the Marqués of Pombal. At the end of Avenida da Liberdade and next to Parque Eduardo VII, in the city's historic district, you'll discover a really lovely neighbourhood with top-notch housing options.

Cost of Living

Lisbon is of one the popular city in portugal, the city is also known for its culture, traditions and job opportunities that welcomes expats & for jobs and students for higher education. Average Cost of living in Lisbon for students is €1100 to €2000.

1. Accommodation - €400 - €800/ month

2. Food - €200 - €300/ month

3. Travel (buses, trams, and trains) - €100 - €150/ month

4. Entertainment - €100 - €150/ month

5. Internet & mobile phone - €10 - €30/month

6. Laundry - €5 - €25/month

7. Stationery and Textbooks - €10 - €30/month

Student Travel Lisbon

Lisbon is a simple city to navigate despite all the hills and cobblestones, with an amazing and user-friendly system of buses, trams, and suburban trains, as well as an effective metro, making it simple to get between important areas of interest. The travel card can be used to access the metro as well as all buses, trains, boats, and trams that serve Lisbon and other cities. The Viva Viagem green card is accessible at ticket counters and vending machines at metro, train, and boat terminals for €0.50.


With four lines, Lisbon's effective metro system provides service to the airport, Baixa and Chiado, Mouraria and Alvalade, Saldanha and Campo Pequeno, and Baixa and Chiado (Yellow Line). It is simple to switch between lines because the Red Line crosses all three other lines.


Lisbon's bus routes are very straightforward, but because buses are one of the locals' preferred modes of public transportation, they often become busy. 


Lisbon's city planners have worked very hard to increase the number of cycle pathways in an effort to make the city more bicycle-friendly. Download Gira, the official bike-sharing app of the Lisbon City Council, to locate a bike in the area. With numerous bike stations dispersed throughout the town, it is heavily used by both residents and visitors.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Lisbon

Portugal's capital, Lisbon, is known for its stunning views, magnificent architecture, excellent people, and amazing weather. Lisbon has a warm, temperate climate, with brief winters and lengthy, hot summers that average a high of about 28 °C. Belém Tower is to Lisbon what the Eiffel Tower or Big Ben are to those other cities. Along with the magnificent Jeronimos Monastery, it is the sight in the city that receives the most photos. Another of Lisbon's most beautiful squares is Rossio. One of the most well-known restaurants in the city is Casa da India, followed by Tasco da Sé and Toma-Lá-dá-Cá. Despite its peaceful appearance, Lisbon is always brimming with reasons to leave the house, whether it is to spend time in the city or in the outside. If you decide to remain close to campus, you can take use of the amenities offered by the many universities, each of which has its own recreation and sports facility. Lisbon is known for Bairro Alto and uncommon forms of entertainment. On Bairro, a location known as Erasmus Corner attracts people. There are a lot of small bars and pubs. You should go inside, have a beer, and enjoy yourself with your pals outside while chattering and drinking it. Also, check out this blog to know about the top pubs in Liverpool.

Lisbon Tourist Attractions

Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is one of the most stunning and multicultural cities in all of Europe. It is a location that is inexorably connected to the sea, spread out over a number of hills near the mouth of the River Tagus. In the 15th and 16th centuries, brave explorers set forth from this location to explore uncharted seas and new territories, and the memory of this illustrious Age of Discovery still influences much of the city's history and heritage.

Lisbon is a lively, colourful place to visit. The city is blessed with a plethora of historical landmarks, world-class museums, and a variety of other fantastic things to do. It is known for its sunny demeanour and warmth.

  1. Castelo de São Jorge
  2. Mosteiro dos Jerónimos
  3. Oceanário de Lisboa
  4. Museu Calouste Gulbenkian
  5. Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga
  6. Museu do Oriente

Universities in Lisbon

NOVA University Lisbon

University of Lisbon

University Institute of Lisbon

Universidade Aberta

Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies

Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

Catolica Lisbon School of Business & Economics


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