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A great home base for exploring Lisbon, a very social co-living space with private rooms for remote workers. We went out to dinner with 20 people on our first night, and every day for a week we went out for meals or drinks with smaller groups. Overall highly recommend if you need to do some work but also want to have fun. The other Outsite location in Lisbon might be better if you want to focus entirely on work.
I really enjoyed my stay overall here - the location is really in the center of the action. The accommodation itself has areas for improvement. Each floor has a separate living area that’s not really used so there isn’t much mingling happening in the building. The rooms themselves … if you book anything other than a room with a balcony, good luck. The private queen with private washroom on the fourth floor doesn’t have a fan installed, only a portable floor fan (that’s super noisy if on max) - there’s also no ventilation because there are no windows so it has a strange odour. It’s fine if you’re there for a few short days but less than a week for sure. The community manager, Inês, is a gem. She’s super welcoming, friendly, and really does a great job bringing us together by organizing dinners as well as sharing suggestions for things to do throughout the week.
Perfect place for digital nomads! Clean, comfortable rooms set up for working, apartment - style spaces designed for long term stays with well equipped kitchens, laundry, bathrooms, etc. loved using the coworking space right beside it!
Instagram vs. reality hit really hard at Ousite Lisbon Cais do Sodre. Some of the rooms are super dark, have no windows and the room with the ensuite shower is super humid and smelly. Also the "living / coworking room" of the flat on the 4th floor is a small room without any windows or daylight. The kitchen is okay but there are really just the very basics available, not even wine glasses can be found. I met another girl here who was so unhappy that she left after 2 days only. I also reached out to customer support to ask for a room change since I did not feel like staying in a humid, smelly room without a window. I was told "that the room description says so" which I found really insulting and not customer-friendly at all. I could have changed to another room but after seeing it, I can say that it was even worse. It might be that the rooms with big balconies and windows are better. However 80 € per night for rooms that are not in a good condition (rusty shower, shower leaking, plaster flaking off ...) are too much - especiall since my room was supposed to be one of the better ones.
The coworking space downstairs is nice and the house is really central but did not make up for the room and the bad customer service. After this stay, I canceled my Outsite membership and will not book a stay with them again. I see a clear misfit here between the images and the brand image that is conveyed via Instagram and the website and what really happens onsite.
if you're a digital nomad (or just a remote worker) in Lisbon, this is the place you HAVE to visit. you can elect to either actually stay here (as I did) or just come work at the cafe. I had an amazing experience with both. Alejandra (co-work manager) and Ines (co-live manager) both did an amazing job creating such a great community at Outsite. the community is really what made my experience here so specia.