Lisbon is the city of life in Portugal. History comes to life here, and each corner is a portrait of the years that pass and the memories that remain. The city moves at the speed of light, and that's why today we bring you places to stay, neighborhoods not to be missed, and of course, restaurants that have a *chef's kiss* wine component.
Verride Palácio de Santa Catarina
The city, which appeals to both Greeks and Trojans, has undergone many changes that have made it more modern in the last 10 years. Culture, beauty, fun, and music are the main points that the city is ready to offer to those visiting.
120h or 72h in the city are ideal for you to lose yourself in the indescribable beauty of the Portuguese capital... you already know who to buy your tour with, right? Without further ado, let's do it!
Santa Clara 1728
This hotel combines Scandinavian serenity with the hectic city life of Lisbon. This 'hotel' is different from all the others, it wants to keep itself pure, and therefore, doesn't receive many people at the same time. It was born from a manor and palatial building from the 18th century that the current owners found in Campo de Santa Clara, one of the best Lisbon spots for those who love Lisbon.
The historical traits and personality were maintained, and the architectural project is signed by Manuel Aires Mateus and is a reflection of the purpose, it shows serenity and comfort. Santa Clara has 6 spacious suites, divided into two types: the Santa Clara Suites, with about 70m2, for 2 adults and 2 children, or 3 adults, and the Tejo Suites, with 50m2 that accommodate 2 adults.
The imposing and grandiose aspect of the hotel, considered one of the best in Lisbon, is what sets it apart from all others. With 5 stars, and located in a 19th-century palace in a residential area of Lisbon, the palace presents gardens with subtropical trees classified as a "National Monument".
This hotel in Lisbon is close to the city's main monuments, such as the Belém Cultural Center, the Jerónimos Monastery, and the Congress Centre. It has 194 rooms, 4 of which are royal suites. In the Palace building, we can now find the chapel, the hotel's common areas (concierge and reception, lounges, bar, and the Valle Flôr restaurant), small meeting rooms, and the 4 royal suites.
The Ivens, Autograph Collection
First of all, the presentations: Roberto Ivens and Hermenegildo Capelo were two illustrious Portuguese explorers at the end of the 19th century. And this hotel is the representation of the conclusions of both.
This hotel is an escape from reality, an oasis, and it perfectly represents the jungle and nature, defining itself as an "arrival point" and "a departure point", as can be read on the website. The settings are breathtaking and present a mystical feeling. Each space represents a different point, but the objective is always the same: to discover a new world, in the heart of Lisbon.
Lázaro Rosa-Violán, the man who already left a footprint in Lisbon by designing the interiors of JNcQUOI Avenida, but also Massimo Dutti on Avenida da Liberdade, was the mastermind behind the project, and we love it!!!
Bairro Alto Hotel
In the exact place where the Bairro Alto Hotel is located today stood the small Ermida do Alecrim, which disappeared with the 1755 earthquake, which almost destroyed the city, and whose name remains on the beautiful street that connects the Hotel to the Tagus River. Here, luxury goes hand in hand with comfort and becomes a unique experience for all visitors.
The hotel is located between two squares that honor two of our most renowned writers: Luís de Camões, right on the doorstep, and Eça de Queirós, whose statue lives in Largo Barão de Quintela, on Rua do Alecrim. This space can be accessed through the hotel lobby or Rua do Alecrim. On the ground floor, a huge black varnished triangular table is the main piece of this space...
In one of the most iconic districts of Lisbon, a boutique hotel appears that gives visitors not only a home away from home but also one of the most special views over the Tagus River and Alfama. We are talking about Memmo Alfama, a hotel that offers its guests a unique set of attributes (very cozy rooms, a suite overlooking the Tagus, a terrace, and a bar with a cool water mirror) that will make a stay or visit an unforgettable moment.
The decor is contemporary and timeless, full of unique and exclusive details, providing sensations of comfort and well-being, just as if we were at home.
The Lumiares Hotel is located in the heart of Lisbon's elegant Bairro Alto. Located right at the top of the Glória Lift, it is the ideal starting point to explore the fantastic bars, cafes, shops, and culture of Bairro Alto and Chiado. If you choose to stay close by. Watch people pass by while you have a coffee or a light meal in our Mercado Restaurant.
The One Palácio da Anunciada
The One Palácio da Anunciada, the new five-star hotel in Lisbon, is located in the most exclusive area of the city, a few metres from Avenida da Liberdade and Praça dos Restauradores. The building represents the historical heritage since 1533, preserving all the grandeur of the 16th century. In the most exclusive area of the City of Light, you can live a unique experience: the best traditional gastronomic offer, a wide range of the best luxury boutiques, and an entire historic center to discover.
EPIC SANA Lisboa Hotel
With a privileged and strategic location in Lisbon – in Amoreiras and within walking distance of Marquês de Pombal and Avenida da Liberdade – the EPIC SANA Lisboa is the ideal hotel for any visit to the capital, both for leisure and for business events. The comfort of the rooms and the personalized service down to the smallest detail makes the EPIC SANA much more than a hotel. It is an experience you will want to repeat.
1908 Lisboa Hotel
The corner between Largo do Intendente and Avenida Almirante Reis is already familiar with the Adães Bermudes building, but now the team at 1908 Lisboa Hotel gives it a new lease of life. Here, the mission of preserving the past and giving it a youthful look is taken seriously, which is why this house (which has already deserved distinctions over the years) continues to be a mandatory stop for lovers of art and culture.
The purpose of this intimate hotel is to offer a truly local experience, so if you are looking for a cozy stay (and in Portuguese style!), with valuable tips about the city and a friendly smile, the 1908 Lisboa Hotel is the right solution.
Ludovice Palace - Wine Experience Hotel
The five floors of the imposing 18th-century building are full of stories, stories that you can now discover at the Ludovice Wine Experience Hotel, whether in the wonderful spa, in the rooms rich in details, or in the modern Frederico restaurant.
If you're on holiday in Lisbon, there's only one hotel you have to visit: Ludovice, the first mansion to occupy an entire block in the 18th century. The location is ideal, to say the least, as it is between the mythical neighborhoods of Chiado, Príncipe Real, and Bairro Alto, and is above the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint, which provides a panoramic view of the city and the river.
Extra Inspiration: From Comporta to the Cosmopolitan, Sublime Lisboa
After the huge success of Sublime Comporta, a true paradise on earth, the group crossed the 25 de Abril bridge to settle in the heart of the capital, between Marquês de Pombal and Amoreiras, in an old palace from the 20s. finally ready to start welcoming guests and become one of the hotels of choice in Lisbon.
The space is welcoming. The uncomplicated design combines styles that combine to make the dream of any interior design lover come true. With a great personality and history that has been accumulating since the 20th century (it was also where the Japanese Club operated, until the early '40s, and also hosted the restaurant "O Candelabro", belonging to Simone de Oliveira, according to information provided by the Sublime group). There are 15 rooms not to be missed!
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