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Hidden in the maze of the Alfama district, this is one of Lisbon’s greatest secrets. It’s a neo-Moorish palace that was beautifully restored, with magnificent rooms with stuccoed ceilings. Each of the six suites is different, but all romantic, making it perfect for couples.
Owned by the same family since 1882, this historic house in the Chiado district offers wonderful views over the city. In addition to being a private residence it was also the factory where the traditional Christmas cake and custard tarts were made for the Confeitaria Nacional pastry shop. Today the former factory space is the hotel’s restaurant, and the rooms combine antique family pieces in a classic style mixed with contemporary elegance.
It only has 48 rooms, each with its own style. It’s a beautiful building on Avenida da Liberdade, and it has a patio with a small pool. There is also a restaurant, a library and a bar.
It’s a beautiful Art Deco building from the 1940s around the corner from Avenida da Liberdade, designed by renowned architect Cassiano Branco. The rooms are furnished with period pieces, as are the bar and the old barber shop.
The rooms of this hotel have a contemporary décor, but were inspired by the typical colors of the traditional Portuguese tiles -- white and blue. Every room is different, but each one features the same colors and style, and there’s also a pleasant patio.
It has one of the best views of Lisbon and one of the best locations. Hidden on a street just a few feet from the cathedral, it’s halfway between the castle and downtown. Despite the historic ambience, the interior is all modern design, and at the terrace with a small pool are served cocktails.
It's a design hotel in the city's trendiest neighborhood. From the rooms with balconies to the terrace with a small pool and bar, you have a panoramic view of the city.
It’s found between the castle and the most beautiful lookout terraces in Alfama, and was once a palace and a factory. It has just 19 rooms, some looking out to the garden, others over the Alfama district. It’s a luxury hotel but quite relaxed, with a laid-back restaurant, and even a curious "beauty bar."
A mansion built at the top of a hill in 1902 is now a beautiful hotel with suites featuring a classic-modern décor inspired by Portuguese queens. From the terrace with swimming pool is a beautiful panoramic view over the city.
No one can imagine the beautiful interior of this building facing the garden of Principe Real. This hotel is on the first floor and it only has nine rooms, each with its stuccoed ceiling and original frescoes, in true 19th-century style.
This building from 1770 on Avenida da Liberdade was one of the first to be turned into a boutique hotel. Designed by renowned architect Miguel Câncio Martins, it has a cozy atmosphere and comfortable rooms with a few restored antiques.
It’s one of the most romantic hotels in town, found in a beautiful square with jacaranda trees. The rooms on the upper floors have a view of the castle, while the ground floor is for the restaurant serving Portuguese cuisine.
This historic 18th-century mansion was the residence of writer Eça de Queiros, so the décor is inspired by the past, with books, pieces of art and a library looking over the Tagus. The patio is one of the quietest spots in the city and where breakfast is served each morning.
It was one of the first 18th-century buildings downtown to be turned into a boutique hotel, with a simple, modern décor. Breakfast is served at the restaurant with terrace downstairs.
Located in the quiet neighborhood of Lapa, with tram 25 passing right by the door, this bed and breakfast has a very inviting outdoor patio, and makes guests feel at home. Every room has a unique décor, and there’s also a welcoming living room.
It’s right next to one of the city’s most popular lookout terraces, and it also offers one of the best views. It only has 13 elegant rooms and suites, and a terrace where meals are served throughout the day.
Each of the eleven rooms is a work of art, mixing the vintage and the modern. It’s something of a gallery-hotel, inspired by the local culture.
This is a hotel with a curious concept -- its design is inspired by a bathroom, from the common areas to the rooms. Imagine a large, luxurious bathroom with mirrored and tiled walls and bathtubs in different spots, including in the reception, where you also see showers above the counter. In the hallways, the walls simulate dripping water. It is, without a doubt, a memorable hotel.
It's a luxury boutique hotel, with just 19 rooms, right in the heart of the city, by one of the most popular viewpoints. It's an 18th-century palace, and it preserved the beautiful tile panels, the woods and the stuccos of the interior.
Located between the pedestrian Rua Augusta and Rossio Square, this is a design hotel with a different style on each floor. The fun restaurant overlooks the square and serves meals throughout the day.
It was one of the first boutique hotels in Lisbon, and the décor is inspired by the city. Some rooms have river views, and on the ground floor is a trendy sushi restaurant.
The décor is by award-winning designer Nini Andrade Silva, who was inspired by the name of the square where the hotel is located (“Fig Tree Square”). The rooms were designed to be a comfortable and relaxing experience, combining green and black tones with images of large fig leaves.
It has one of the most original décors and one of the best locations in town. It’s found right in the center of Chiado, and was inspired in the district’s many theaters. The rooms mix the classic style with contemporary design.
It literally shares the walls of the castle, and is a former palace which housed the royal kitchens. The castle peacocks make their daily visits to the courtyard, where guests relax in the sun. It has kept medieval artifacts, such as a cistern and various objects found during excavations, now on display in a small museum.
It’s right in the heart of the city and it’s a modern design hotel. It has just 32 rooms, all different, while downstairs is a good café.