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This small hotel has only 28 rooms and is located in one of Lisbon’s most beautiful squares (Praça do Município). It resulted from the renovation of an 18th-century building, and has a retro-contemporary décor inspired by the history of the Portuguese aristocracy. Almost everything is “Made in Portugal,” from the towels to the bathroom products of the Castelbel brand. The restaurant serves Portuguese and Mediterranean cuisine, and has a terrace on the square.
This hotel occupies a historic building built after the 1755 earthquake, now completely renovated and earthquake-proof. It aims to be an intimate hotel transmitting the soul of Lisbon in every corner, from its 39 rooms to the common areas on its five floors. The décor is simple and contemporary yet charming, with several images of the Portuguese capital. A breakfast rich in Portuguese pastries can be served in the rooms.
The 32 rooms of this boutique hotel feature contemporary design. It’s one of the most stylish places to stay in Lisbon, and attracts younger guests. The ground floor is almost entirely occupied by a café serving drinks and meals throughout the day.
Featuring a retro-modern interior, this hotel has pieces from world-renowned designers like Arne Jacobsen and Charles and Ray Eames. There are 84 rooms of different sizes, plus an attractive bar and lounge area.
It occupies an 18th-century building, but the interior is entirely modern. Contemporary furniture decorates the rooms with wooden floors and marble bathrooms, and there’s also a suite with a castle view on the top floor.
An 18th-century building facing Figueira ("Fig Tree") Square and overlooking the castle was completely renovated and is now occupied by a beautiful boutique hotel. The award-winning designer Nini Andrade Silva was inspired by the name of the location, and combined black and green tones with large images of fig leaves on the walls of the 50 rooms.
This boutique hotel is the result of a renovation of two buildings facing two of downtown’s main streets, with one of them keeping the green-tile-covered façade. It’s rated four stars and features 66 rooms, a bar and a restaurant with outdoor seating. The décor differs from room to room, but is made up of light colors and a mix of retro- and contemporary-style pieces.
This hotel occupies a building from the 1800s right in the center of Baixa. The renovation maintained the old staircase and the limestone arches, as well as the several tiles seen at the restaurant. This restaurant, which serves traditional Portuguese cuisine, has a terrace serving lunch and dinner, as well as coffee at any time of the day. In total there are 49 rooms, almost all of them with a balcony.
Named after the landmark elevator down the street, this boutique hotel offers 55 well-designed rooms in a remodelled 18th-century building. Breakfast is served at the café on the lower level looking out to the pedestrian street.
Behind a beautiful Belle Epoque façade is this modern design hotel based on four different themes: "Urban," "Pop," "Tribu," and "Zen." The design themes are the result of a major renovation in 2009, although the building's architecture reflects the taste of high society at the time of its construction in 1909. That was a time when interest in tourism spread across Europe, so this hotel followed the style of other grand hotels around the continent. At the restaurant, you may dine with views over Rossio Square.
This boutique hotel occupies an 18th-century building which is divided into 25 rooms. The décor is a mix of retro and contemporary, inspired by the city of Lisbon. Each floor is named after a historic personality, and although there is a breakfast room, the first meal of the day may be served in the room at the requested time.
It's on Rua Áurea (“Golden Street”), so the interior features golden tones, giving it a rather luxurious feel for its 3-star rating. It also calls itself a "design hotel" but the décor is more classic than contemporary and cutting-edge. The central location and the tasteful design makes it a choice of those looking for a place that’s somewhere between budget and luxury accommodation. The rooms on the upper floors overlook the city.
A building from the late 1700s, completely covered in tiles, is now divided into 51 rooms. The patterns of the tiles of the façade inspire the details of the pastel-colored décor of the interior. The restaurant has outdoor seating on the pedestrian street.
Found in the heart of the city, in a building facing Rossio Square, this hotel has 46 rooms with a simple, modern décor, and castle views. The restaurant recalls a historic café that existed in the same location until the 1970s.
This hotel results from a partnership between the Pestana Group and world-famous soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo. It’s a 4-star hotel in an 18th-century building that was completely renovated. It features a contemporary and an Art Deco design, and offers 81 rooms and one suite. At the "Lounge," guests may enjoy Portuguese petiscos (tapas), while cocktails are served at the bar, often to the sound of a DJ and with TV screens showing sports events.
This boutique hotel is found by Praça da Figueira and features an interior in blue and white, the traditional colors of Lisbon’s many decorative tiles panels. No two rooms are exactly alike among the 53 available, but they all share the same style and colors. All of them also feature a mirror with built-in TV.
Facing Comércio Square, this monument hotel occupies a stately building that was completely renovated. It offers 90 rooms of different types ("Classic," "Superior," "Deluxe," "Duplex" and "Suites"), all with a tasteful décor. Some pieces were provided by the Lisbon Museum, and the beautiful Great Hall was adorned with gold leaf. It has a spa, a fitness center, two bars, and a restaurant in a vaulted room and with a terrace facing the square.
Located between Rossio and Comercio Square, this hotel in a renovated 18th-century building has 37 rooms, including studios with kitchenette. Most of them face the street, and feature a simple, modern décor.
Each of the eleven rooms of this bed and breakfast features Lisbon-inspired art. It also uses vintage pieces in the décor, and there’s a modern rooftop bar with a castle view.
With a décor inspired by the architecture and the period in which one of the city’s most iconic monuments was built (the Santa Justa Elevator, which is just a few feet away), this small hotel mixes the Art Deco and contemporary styles. Every room is different, some with balconies, others featuring original wooden beams, but all following the same style. It’s a good value for the location and for the views from some of the rooms which look out to the castle, to Rossio Square or to the landmark elevator.
The façade dates back to the 1700s, but the interior was completely rebuilt to become this 4-star hotel. It’s just steps from Comercio Square (still widely known by its former name Terreiro do Paço, and hence the name of the hotel). There are 50 rooms, both singles and doubles, with a contemporary décor. On the ground floor is a bar and a restaurant mixing Portuguese and international cuisines.