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Hotels in Lisbon

1. As Janelas Verdes / Rua Janelas Verdes 47, Lisbon / +351 21 396 8143 /

As Janelas Verdes is a small charming Boutique hotel in the historic center of Lisbon.

This 18th century palace is next to the National Ancient Art Museum. With its small garden and the top floor library overlooking the river, this historic building transmits a romantic and welcoming feeling. The rooms are sunny and cheerful and the Tagus is close by.

2. Bairro Alto Hotel / Praça Luís de Camões 2, Lisbon / +351 21 340 8288 /

Bairro Alto Hotel History

Bairro Alto Hotel

represents the fusion of old and new. After intensive research, the chosen designers decided to honor the architectural and design styles of Portugal throughout the years, including exotic influences from the early colonies, blended with contemporary materials from other countries, such as England, France, Morocco and Italy. Portugal´s past is also meticulously noted in the use of original materials and in the application of various styles.

In what was his first hotel project, decorator José Pedro Vieira and his creative partner, architect Diogo Rosa Lã, from the Atelier Bastidor, Interiors and Design of Porto, took on the renovation of the hotel´s interior, widening their previous experience in private-home projects to include this very personal interpretation of Lisbon.

While bringing the urban feeling of Lisbon inside, through materials, textures and colors, every detail from furniture to lighting was carefully studied to also create a sense of surprise for BA Hotel visitors, counterbalanced by a familiar feel of nostalgic comfort.

Bairro Alto Hotel is located in the plaza that houses a statue and the name of Luís Vaz de Camões, the soldier poet who told the story of the Portuguese discoveries in the epic poem "The Lusiads". Today, Bairro Alto continues to be synonymous with creativity and revolution, the plaza having been the site of the People´s Revolution on April 25, 1974.

More recently, Bairro Alto has become a destination for alternative shopping, popular among bohemians seeking different apparrel and innovative design, away from the more popular shopping areas. More and more new designers and artists are moving into this neighborhood, thus contributing to the creative and economic regeneration of the district.

In the reinvigorated Chiado area, with its famous bakeries and neighborhood shops, you´ll find a mix of new brands, which are both trendy and chic. The area includes theaters, museums and the University of Fine Arts, which increasingly attracts Lisbonites and tourists eager to drink in all the culture that this historic district has to offer.

3. Lx Boutique Hotel / Rua Alecrim 12, Lisbon / +351 21 347 4394 /

The LX Boutique Hotel was reborn like a phoenix from the ashes of the Hotel Bragança, a century-old building in central Lisbon near the River Tagus (Rio Tejo in Portuguese). Fernando Pessoa, one of Portugal’s most prominent writers and poets, would take his constitutional walks on our street. The derelict building was renovated as a boutique hotel with the idea that it should allow guests to live a true Lisbon experience – hence the themed floors.

Bars in Lisbon

4. Café Tease / Rua Nova da Piedade, 15 (Praça das Flores), Lisbon / +351 215 962 773 /

Café Tease is a small but cozy place with a lot of charm: a bit antique and a bit hipster, with some lights snacks. It’s perfect for an afternoon with tea, some very sugary chocolate cupcakes and good company.

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