- Altis Belém Hotel
- Bairro Alto Hotel
- Myriad Hotel
- Memmo Alfama Hotel
- Verride Palácio Santa Catarina
- The Ivens Autograph Collection
- Palácio Ludovice
- Hotel Britania
- Epic Sana Lisboa
- Portugal Boutique Hotel
- Avenida Palace Hotel
- Hotel Olissippo Lapa Palace
- Memmo Príncipe Real
- Solar do Castelo
- Lisboa Carmo Hotel
- Hotel Santiago de Alfama
- Four Seasons Hotel Ritz
- My Story Hotel Rossio
- Hotel Santa Justa
- Heritage Avenida Liberdade Hotel
- Pousada de Lisboa
- Hotel Valverde
- Torel Palace
- Corinthia Lisbon
- Palacete Chafariz D'El Rei
Found between the Discoveries Monument and the Belém Tower, this waterfront design hotel has one of the best locations in the city. The interior features a minimalist décor with some details related to the Age of Discovery, which are also present at the Michelin-starred restaurant. It also has a spa, indoor and outdoor pool, and a gym.
Opened in 2005 with the collaboration of Grace Leo Andrieu, who was responsible for some of Europe's top hotels, the Bairro Alto Hotel has a welcoming ambience, and a rather romantic retro-inspired décor. It also has an excellent location between the Chiado and Bairro Alto neighborhoods, and one of the most popular rooftop bars in town overlooking the river. All this has led to several distinctions in the international press, and also at the World Travel Awards, where it was named "Europe's Leading Landmark Hotel."
It’s one of the city’s landmark hotels, found inside its tallest building, the Vasco da Gama Tower. All of the 176 rooms feature contemporary design and offer stunning river views, which can also be enjoyed at the Michelin-starred restaurant. There is also a spa, an indoor pool and meeting rooms.
It has one of the city’s best views and one of the best locations, hidden on a quiet street in Alfama, but within walking distance of downtown. It’s a design hotel with 42 rooms and a small pool on the terrace, from where you may admire the beautiful panoramic view. Guests are welcomed as new residents of the neighborhood, with the staff helping them integrate into the local culture.
A careful renovation of an 18th-century palace resulted in this romantic boutique hotel with just 19 rooms and suites. Some preserve the original stucco details and beautiful tile panels dating from when the palace was built. On the rooftop is a small swimming pool, a bar and a restaurant. Outside is a viewpoint that’s one of Lisbon’s top sunset destinations, and the variety of restaurants in Chiado and Bairro Alto are a short walk away.
Inspired by explorers Roberto Ivens and Hermenegildo Capelo, after whom the streets where it’s located are named, this hotel is one of Lisbon’s most beautiful. Its 87 rooms feature an exotic design reflecting the late 1800s, when the explorers went on an expedition across Africa, cataloging previously unknown plants, rocks and animal species. On the ground floor is one of Lisbon’s hottest restaurants, and other facilities include a gym and a bar.
Named after a former resident who worked as an architect to King João V in the 18th century, this luxury boutique hotel has 61 rooms and suites by acclaimed designer Miguel Câncio Martins. It’s right across from one of the city’s most beautiful viewpoints and the iconic Glória Funicular, which some of the rooms overlook. Other rooms face the restaurant in the inner courtyard. The bar offers the opportunity to sample all kinds of Port and Douro wines. There’s also a spa and a gym.
Considered a masterpiece of 1940s modernist architecture, this hotel hidden behind Avenida da Liberdade is discreet but pleases everyone with its elegance and originality. It maintains much of the period furniture in the spacious rooms, at the bar and at the old barber shop.
Known for its rooftop terrace with pool, this hotel by the Amoreiras shopping mall has 291 rooms and 20 suites, two restaurants, a spa and several meeting rooms. All bedrooms feature a contemporary décor, and some look over the city.
It's right in the city center, between Baixa and Mouraria, and features a blue and white interior, the traditional colors of the country's tiled art. All of the 53 rooms are different, but all share the same style and colors. It has a nice patio, and scores points for the welcoming and professional staff.
Built in 1892, this grand palace hotel is right in the center of the city, between two of the main squares. It’s a historic hotel, maintaining a certain Belle Epoque atmosphere, period furniture and marble bathrooms.
This hotel has welcomed famous names such as Cher, Sting, Bono, Tina Turner, Heidi Klum, and Selena Gomez. It’s in one of the city’s most peaceful residential neighborhoods, and is a palace from the 1800s surrounded by a beautiful tropical garden. The 109 rooms are decorated in a neoclassical style, and most offer a beautiful view. The pool, next to a tiled waterfall, is one of Lisbon’s best.
This 41-room hotel is at the top of a hill, offering panoramic views from the rooms and from the terrace with swimming pool. It’s a design hotel with a contemporary and vintage style, in the rooms and at the restaurant.
A small 18th-century mansion attached to the castle walls is now a romantic hotel with a patio and garden visited by the castle's peacocks. The classic-contemporary furnishings were designed specifically for the hotel, and objects found during excavations are on display in a small museum. Each of the 20 rooms is as close as it gets to sleeping in the castle.
This small hotel opened its doors in 2012, in one of the city's most charming squares, featuring a romantic décor mixing the classic and the contemporary. The rooms on the upper floor have castle views, and there's a restaurant with a terrace on the square, with a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere.
A 15th-century building, located between the castle and two of the city’s most beautiful lookout points, that was once a palace and then a factory, is now a romantic hotel. It only has 19 rooms, all different, some with garden views, others looking out to the neighborhood of Alfama. It has a restaurant, a cafe, a shop of local products, and even a curious "beauty bar."
Opened in 1959 as the first world-class luxury hotel in Lisbon, the Ritz is still one of the city’s best. Managed by the Four Seasons chain since 1997, it has one of the finest restaurants in town, and the public areas are a real museum, with works by the top Portuguese artists of the 20th century. It offers an indoor pool, a spa, fitness center, and even a rooftop running track.
The location can't be beat -- right in the heart of the city, in Rossio Square. Some of the 46 rooms face the castle, and despite being rated just three stars, the hotel has managed to become one of the city's best-reviewed, thanks to a helpful staff, cleanliness and comfort.
Opened in 2013, it was one of the first boutique hotels in the Baixa district, and remains a favorite. It's a completely refurbished building from the 1700s, divided into 55 rooms with a modern décor. It also has a restaurant with terrace, where breakfast is served.
The beautiful blue building dates from 1770, but it only opened as a hotel in 2006, maintaining the original features. Inside, it mixes the old and the modern, in a décor by Miguel Câncio Martins, the Portuguese designer behind famous spaces around the world such as Paris' Buddha Bar and Marrakech's Pacha. It doesn't have a restaurant, but does offer an indoor pool and a fitness center.
It opened in the summer of 2015 and soon became one of Lisbon’s best hotels. But that was expected, considering the location in the city’s largest square and the historic premises. Pieces from the Lisbon Museum decorate many of the public areas, but the rooms feature a contemporary décor. It has a good and beautiful restaurant, plus the services of a spa, a small pool and fitness center.
It’s one of Lisbon’s top-rated hotels, and you’ll know why as soon as you step into the rooms, into the restaurant or on the patio with a small pool. This is a sophisticated art-filled hotel with an intimate atmosphere and a classic elegance, with only 48 rooms, all individually styled. There is also a library and bar.
This hotel is made up of two mansions dating from 1902 and 1904, overlooking the city. The view can be enjoyed from the rooms decorated in a classic-modern style inspired by Portuguese queens, or from the terrace with swimming pool.
Lisbon’s biggest 5-star hotel is not within walking distance of tourist attractions, but is just a short taxi ride away from the center and the metro is a 5-minute walk up the road (blue line, which connects to Avenida da Liberdade and downtown in less than 10 minutes). Some of the rooms overlook the city’s 18th-century aqueduct – book the Maritime Suite for the best view in addition to complimentary access to the water therapy facilities at the spa, which includes a sauna and a steam room. It serves a good breakfast and at the restaurant you’re presented a menu focusing on seasonal ingredients and Portuguese cuisine with a creative touch. Meals may also be enjoyed outside in the warmer months, at the plant-filled seasonal bar.
No one can guess what this neo-Moorish building hides inside. Built in the late 1800s as the home of a millionaire, it’s now a small hotel which restored and preserved the interior. There’s a magnificent Art Nouveau hall, an Arab room, a library, stucco ceilings, a small garden, and only six suites, all different. It’s a romantic and charming hotel for a special trip or occasion.