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Found between two of the city’s biggest central squares, this 5-star boutique hotel has rooms and suites with an "urban chic" décor inspired by 1940s glamour, a period when Lisbon received big-name exiles during WWII. Some have panoramic balconies, while on the rooftop is a bar and restaurant overlooking the entire city center.
Built in the 1970s, this 5-star hotel has an interior by Daciano da Costa, one of Portugal’s first major designers. It’s primarily a business hotel, with meeting rooms, a spa with heated indoor pool, gym, three bars and a restaurant overlooking the city. A renovation of the 300 rooms and suites has given it a more elegant and contemporary look.
Designed in 1892 in a classical style, this grand palace hotel faces Restauradores Square. It's one of Lisbon's most historic hotels (it was featured in the film "In the White City"), filled with Belle Époque grandeur, period furniture, and marble bathrooms.
This hotel has kept the traditional tiled-covered façade, but created an entirely new and modern interior. The central location on Avenida da Liberdade makes it a choice for both leisure and business travelers, offering a fitness center, sauna, and indoor pool. The 113 rooms feature a modern and minimalist décor with vintage touches. Some face the avenue, others overlook the garden and pool. There’s also a restaurant, a poolside bar serving cocktails, and four meeting rooms.
With rooms quoting Shakespeare, Saramago, and Cervantes, there is a literary atmosphere throughout this hotel. It's just steps from Avenida da Liberdade, and has a décor that combines classic and contemporary furnishings.
As soon as you arrive, you see that this hotel is a mix of the classic and the contemporary, both inside and out. Located right on Avenida da Liberdade, it has 72 rooms, meeting facilities and a fitness club. The ambiance is of sophistication for leisure and business travelers, and there’s a good cocktail bar and a restaurant.
An 18th-century building was given a complete makeover and turned into this elegant boutique hotel. Its interior is by renowned Portuguese designer Miguel Câncio Martins, who's worked on other hotels in Europe and is mostly known for the design of Paris' Buddha Bar. Behind a lovely blue façade is a décor that combines traditional and modern tastes. Many of the original features were maintained, such as the wooden floors, restored furniture and tile panels. There are 42 rooms, each one unique. Some have wallpapered walls, others low ceilings and a more intimate atmosphere. Lisbon is highlighted throughout the building, with poems on the elevator doors and black-and-white images of the city on the walls.
The "garden" is Edward VII Park, which the hotel faces. Many rooms have park views, enjoyed from the balconies. The décor is bright and contemporary.
This hotel faces Edward VII Park, by Avenida da Liberdade. The décor celebrates music, taking inspiration from several styles, such as fado, jazz, pop and rock & roll. Some of the 109 rooms have a private terrace. On the rooftop is an outdoor swimming pool and a bar.
It has 148 rooms, but somehow feels like a smaller hotel. The rooms are simple but attractive, and receive plenty of natural light from the windows looking out to a busy street by Praça Marquês de Pombal. There are meeting rooms for business travelers.
This historic building opened as a hotel in 1944, during WWII, when Lisbon was neutral and welcomed a large number of European exiles. Although it has been completely renovated and tastefully modernized, it's still a beautiful Art Deco masterpiece, with unique details designed by renowned Portuguese architect Cassiano Branco. The bedrooms are spacious and there's a curious barber's room from the original hotel.
This laid-back, contemporary design hotel also has one of the best locations in the city. The rooms are mostly white and attract young guests, who also enjoy the wonderful chill-out terrace.
Located by Avenida da Liberdade not far from the Botanical Garden, this boutique hotel is a cosy choice for two. Its 106 rooms have a classic look and a romantic 1950s Lisbon atmosphere, and there's also a pleasant bar.
Each of the 123 rooms of this hotel are soundproofed and decorated in a blend of classic and contemporary styles. Most of the guests are business travelers who find two meeting rooms, a fitness center, and a sauna.
A more affordable option by Avenida da Liberdade, this budget family-run hotel has rooms of different sizes but all are comfortable and clean. It’s found on the quieter side of Rua das Portas de Santo Antão, the touristy pedestrian street known for its outdoor restaurants.
This stylish 4-star hotel is very well located a short walk from Avenida da Liberdade. Each of the 89 rooms was designed following Feng Shui concepts, and inspired by its five elements: water, fire, Earth, metal and wood. There is also a spa, a lounge, and an organic restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine.
Overlooking Edward VII Park, this hotel offers contemporary style in over 300 spacious rooms. It's a good choice for business travelers, with conference facilities and a business center. Its meeting rooms can accommodate between 10 and 550 people, and its restaurant offers international cuisine. The bar is another good meeting place, serving good cocktails and snacks.
Each of this hotel’s five floors is inspired by the different types of Portuguese wines, from the whites to the “greens.” The décor is made up of shades of green, including on the bathroom tiles. Found next to the Coliseu de Lisboa theater, right in the city center, it has a patio that offers a spot to chill out, read or chat in the open air, but in private and away from the hustle and bustle of the street.
This 16th-century mansion survived the Great Earthquake of 1755 and now houses luxury suites. They were carefully restored to reveal their original baroque and rococo styles (beautiful stucco decorations, tile panels and paintings) and are hidden on a street parallel to Avenida da Liberdade.
This stylish hotel attracts young design-conscious tourists. It offers a seasonal rooftop pool and bar on a lawned terrace, with a view over downtown Lisbon.
Just around the corner from Avenida da Liberdade, this hotel claims to be an "urban resort.” It has 98 rooms (many of them with a balcony), indoor pool, spa, fitness center, outdoor lounge and jacuzzi on the top floor, and a sophisticated restaurant. The palatial building maintains the historic façade, and the décor recreates some details of the past, such as the marble and wood.
With a tiled hallway and breakfast room, this charming guesthouse is a good value for its location on the pedestrianized Rua das Portas de Santo Antão. The decent-sized rooms are basic but comfortable, with a classic décor.
A short walk up the hill from Avenida da Liberdade is this luxury hotel built in the 1950s to accommodate Europe's highest classes, who'd begun to choose Lisbon and its coast as a fashionable retreat since WWII. It's a modernist hotel given an interior mixing contemporary Portuguese art worthy of a museum (such as fabulous Almada Negreiros tapestries), Art Deco touches and Louis XVI furnishings, all overlooking the city's main park (most rooms have private terraces). Prestigious guests from the first years included Italy's King Umberto, the Princes of Savoy and the Counts of Barcelona. More recent names include the Rolling Stones and Giselle Bundchen. The acclaimed restaurant is very popular for business lunches and for its city views. Also among the best in the city is the hotel’s spa.
Constantly renovated, this luxury hotel has 171 rooms, a fitness center, and meeting rooms. A few of the rooms have balconies with views. Downstairs is a good restaurant with outdoor seating.
Opened in the 1930s, this hotel has always kept up to date. It’s modern and sophisticated, with spacious rooms combining a classic ambience with contemporary facilities. Its rooftop bar and restaurant offer panoramic views and are among the trendiest spots in town.
Found at the top of a hill that rises from Avenida da Liberdade, this late-1800s mansion is now a hotel divided into 10 suites. Each one has the name of a Portuguese queen or princess, and the décor mixes the classic and the contemporary. The garden with swimming pool offers a view over the city. The personalized service may include a couple's massage, babysitting, guided tours and transportation to/from the airport.
This 5-star hotel in a beautiful building is divided into 25 rooms, all with an intimate atmosphere. The décor is of a classic elegance, but with contemporary furnishings and art. To relax outside the room, each guest may stay in the patio (with garden and pool), at the library, or at the bar which is also a restaurant.
Located just a few steps from Avenida da Liberdade, in a building from 1910, this hotel offers 82 luminous rooms, some with a small lounge area. The beautiful old façade was preserved, but the interior is completely new, with a décor combining wood, iron and stone. The restaurant serves Portuguese and Mediterranean cuisine, and there’s also an interior courtyard for cocktails and snacks.
A 1930's Art Deco theater was transformed into this aparthotel, preserving many of the architectural details. The apartments are behind a semicircle on the upper floors, and there's a rooftop pool with views of the castle.