Memmo Príncipe Real Hotel in Lisbon, Portugal

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Updated: April 8, 2021

• Location: Rua Dom Pedro V, through a gated tunnel.
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Review of Memmo Príncipe Real Hotel in Lisbon.

Memmo Príncipe Real is a modern and trendy hotel with opulent rooms, an excellent bar, and a magnificent pool terrace in a great location.

Memmo Príncipe Real – Designer chic, that memories are made of, in hip Príncipe Real.

The first five-star from the boutique Memmo brand is characterized by unforced modern elegance and exceptional service. The geometric new build by Samuel Torres de Carvalho is perched on a quiet hillside and features sleek rooms with full-length windows offering outstanding city views. Just off the main street in Príncipe Real, the swanky design symbolizes this neighborhood, once royal, now increasingly trendy. There is classic limestone on the floors, a portrait of the Royal Prince in the lobby, and contemporary slatted oak screens and furniture. Luxurious touches include Bose speakers and port cocktails; some rooms boast a private terrace or a balcony with a fireplace. The enthusiastic staff offers fresh recommendations placed under a ‘host hat’ and sweet surprises in the room daily. The open-plan restaurant and bar’s glass walls open onto an inviting pool terrace with magnificent views.

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Memmo Príncipe Real – Location

  • Address: Rua Dom Pedro V 56 J, 1250-094 Lisbon.
  • Nearest Metro/Subway: Avenida (0.5 mile), Baixa-Chiado (0.7 mile), and Restauradores (0.5 mile) are all close by.
  • Area: Great location just off the tourist trail in Príncipe Real, with a vibrant restaurant and bar scene and excellent shopping. A short hop north of the historic center, with the bars of boho Bairro Alto just to the south, and well-heeled, cultured Chiado 10 minutes (0.5 mile) away. Nearby strollable attractions include Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara (0.1 mile), Convento do Carmo (0.5 mile), and Avenida da Liberdade for high fashion (0.5 mile). Be aware that the streets towards Rossio and Avenida da Liberdade are steep; the nearby funicular Ascensor da Glória (0.4 mile) is useful for getting down to those areas and back.
  • How to Get There: From Lisbon Portela Airport, it is a 25-minute trip on the metro to Rato; take the red line to Saldanha, then change to the yellow line. Then walk or hop on the 24E tram to Príncipe Real, a 4-minute walk (0.1 mile) to the hotel. Or take the 783 bus to Amoreiras, then change to the 758 to Príncipe Real. If arriving by train at Gare do Oriente, similarly, take the metro, changing at Saldanha. From the main bus station at Sete Rios, take the 758 bus to Príncipe Real.
  • Private Transfer: We use and recommend Welcome Pickups car service. Booking through a private car service will cost only a bit more than a taxi – about €25 from Lisbon Portela Airport – but can be worth it to avoid the long taxi queue and for the convenience of paying ahead.
  • Handy to: Bairro Alto, Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara, Avenida da Liberdade.

Memmo Príncipe Real – The Basics

  • Ages: Guests tend to be an international crowd, 35-55, especially couples, looking for a special stay highlighting local culture and great service. Older children are welcome. Note: Extra beds and cots are NOT available. Children 12 years and over are considered adults when booking.
  • View: Many rooms offer gorgeous views of the city; some also have a private terrace or balcony with an outdoor fireplace.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: No private pools or jacuzzis.
  • Laundry: Laundry, ironing, and shoeshine services are available (extra charge).
  • Parking: Valet parking and a private garage on-site, a rarity for Lisbon, at €30 per day (reservation required).
  • Extras: Concierge service and 24-hour reception. Airport transfer in a Tesla available. Pillow menu, Bose Bluetooth speaker, B&O TV, Nespresso machine, minibar, and complimentary sweet treats in the room. Ingredients set up for a port tonic as a welcome drink. Complimentary premium Hermès toiletries, robes, and slippers in the bathroom. App with access to international newspapers. Turndown service available. ‘Host hat’ in the room with daily new suggestions for your stay. Complimentary travel guide ‘Living Príncipe Real’ and free local walking tour; guests can also join the Memmo Alfama tour.
  • When to Book: Book 3-4 months in advance for the summer high season.
  • How to Book: will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +351 219 016 800
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Memmo Príncipe Real – Amenities

  • Pool: Heated pool on the terrace outside the restaurant, with fabulous city views. Sunloungers and sunscreen are provided and there is a poolside bar in the summer.
  • Spa: No spa, but in-room massages and treatements are available.
  • Fitness Center: No fitness center currently. The hotel has plans to put in an outdoor gym on its rooftop.
  • For Disabled Guests: There is an elevator to all rooms in the main building and step-free access to the entrance and to the premium rooms in a separate building. However, the street to the entrance is steep. There is 1 room specially adapted for accessibility.
  • For Families: No special facilities for families.
  • Activities: The excellent staff will make it their mission to help organize personalized activities for you in the city, including delivering individual suggestions to your room each day and making surprise dinner reservations.

Memmo Príncipe Real – Food and Drink

  • Restaurant: Café Príncipe Real Restaurant & Bar is at the heart of the hotel, with green velvet sofas and a lovely terrace out by the pool. Talented chef Vasco Lello is inspired by the Portuguese global voyages, so there are also Brazilian, African, and Asian influences on the menu. Open for lunch 12:30-3:00pm daily and for dinner 7:30-10:00pm Sun-Wed/7:30-11:00pm Thu-Sat. Light bites are served during the afternoon. $$-$$$.
  • Lounge/Bar: The bar is located inside the restaurant. It offers a fine cocktail list, including creations inspired by the fusion of Portuguese and global flavors, as well as the classics. In the summer, there is a poolside bar as well. DJs play sets in the evenings Thu-Sat.
  • Breakfast: The breakfast spread can be included in the room rate, otherwise, it is €30 per person. It is served 7-11am in the restaurant and on the pool terrace outside. The buffet includes fresh fruit, pastries, fine Portuguese cheeses and meats, and there is also hot food such as eggs and crepes made to order.
  • Room Service: 24-hour room service is available.

Memmo Príncipe Real – Rooms

  • Room Types: Exclusive Double • Superior Double • Superior Double with City View • Superior Double with Terrace and City View • Junior Suite • Premium Double • List of all Rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: Memmo Príncipe Real is 100% smoke-free.
  • Best Room: Exclusive Doubles are the smallest at around 25m², but each has a unique and cozy balcony fitted with a fireplace and comfy sofa. Premium Rooms are the largest at 50 m², in a separate building, with panoramic views from the bedrooms and bathrooms, and a seating area, designer oval bathtub, as well as a spacious shower in each.
  • For Families: Every Junior Suite has a bedroom as well as a sofa bed in a separate lounge and can sleep up to 3 people.

Memmo Príncipe Real – Local Transport

  • Walking: Walking in Lisbon is great fun, provided you have good footwear and do not mind hills and cobblestones. Note that the hotel is high on a hill and the streets north and east of it are steep. Plenty of big attractions are walkable and downhill: Praça do Comércio is an 18-minute walk (1 mile), Alfama is 17 minutes (0.7 mile), and the Elevador de Santa Justa is 14 minutes (0.7 mile). The nearest metro stations of Avenida (0.5 mile), Baixa-Chiado (0.7 mile), and Restauradores (0.5 mile) are close by.
  • Metro, Tram, and Bus: Public transport in Lisbon is good and includes the metro, buses, historic trams, and 3 funiculars; the nearby Ascensor da Glória is handy for getting to Praça Restauradores/Avenida da Liberdade and back. There are also local trains to Sintra and Cascais from Rossio and Cais do Sodré respectively. Consider getting the Lisboa Card, which covers unlimited trips, including on the trains, as well as free entry to lots of attractions. The metro is good for getting to the airport, while trams are both popular and practical. The famous tram #28E stops outside the hotel and is a fun way to see the winding streets of Alfama, while #15E will take you west from Praça da Figueira (0.7 mile) along the river to Alcântara and Belém.
  • Taxis, Uber: A taxi from Lisbon Portela Airport will take around 20 minutes (6 miles) and should cost around €16, plus a luggage charge. There is a risk of drivers seeking to cheat tourists on this route; to avoid this, buy a prepaid voucher from Ask Me Lisboa in Arrivals. Uber and other ride-sharing services are cheaper (starting at €10 from the airport), and more so in the city center.

Memmo Príncipe Real – What’s Nearby?

Recommended Nearby Tours

  • Lisbon Street Art Tours – If you are curious about Lisbon’s growing urban art scene, go on a dedicated 3-hour stroll. There are open, small group, and private tour options (Open Tours are tips-based). Learn about local and international artists here contributing to this form of art – part of the proceeds goes toward funding the creation of more street art. MishMash tours depart from Praça Luís de Camões (0.5 mile).
  • SANDEMANs – Become a Lisbon insider by booking a walking tour with a passionate local guide. Fun options include an Alfama tour (€14) and a pub crawl (€15). The most popular offering is the 2.5-hour Free Tour of Lisbon, which is tips-based and takes in Bairro Alto and Baixa. It starts conveniently on Praça Luís de Camões (0.5 mile).
  • Devour Lisbon – Spend half a day seeing a new side of the city and Portuguese culture and tasting its iconic foodie highlights. Devour’s tours are decent value at €69 per adult for 3.5 hours. There are over 10 stops, enough for breakfast and lunch, taking in specialties like salted cod, cheeses, pastel de nata, and port. Starts at Praça da Figueira (0.7 mile).

Best Nearby Restaurants

  • Tapisco – Spanish and Portuguese small-plate cuisines (tapas and petiscos) meet at this casual fusion spot from Henrique Sá Pessoa. Great for sharing with friends and washing it all down with a glass from the vermouth bar. (100m).
  • A Cevicheria – Super-popular Peruvian table from chef Kiko Martins, in a sleek white venue with a dramatic octopus hanging from the ceiling. Be prepared to wait, then enjoy green gazpacho with scallops, ceviche that shows off Portuguese fish, and pisco sours. (0.1 mile).
  • Flor da Laranja – Cozy, flamboyantly decorated Moroccan place in Bairro Alto. Rabea Esserghini is a wonderfully warm host as well as chef. Ask her advice on the delicious menu and taste rich tagines, such as lamb with prunes and almonds, fragrant couscous, and more. Book ahead. (0.1 mile).
  • Local – An intimate chef’s table in Príncipe Real, Local serves just 10 people in 2 sittings each night. Great for surprising, seasonal dishes from the rotating cast of chefs, and for making new friends. Book ahead. (0.2 mile).
  • ZeroZero – Find Artisan pizza, fine Italian ingredients, and good times at this oh-so-popular hangout. The wood-fired oven, prosecco bar, and terrace draped in flowers are a feast for the eyes as well as the mouth. (0.3 mile).
  • Chutnify – Enjoy modern South Indian dishes in a hip and fun Príncipe Real location. Their specialty dosas (crisp and savory Indian rice crêpes) are a must-try. Great for vegetarians and spice lovers. (0.3 mile).
  • 100 Maneiras – One of the hot tables in town, with daring chef Ljubomir Stanisic serving imaginative Yugoslav/Portuguese fireworks. The tasting menus (€80-€110) are ‘stories’ that tell the tale of his life’s journey. Reserve in advance for this relaxed, intimate Bairro Alto location (0.2 mile). The team also runs Bistro 100 Maneiras in nearby Chiado (0.4 mile).
  • Boa-Bao – Buzzing Pan-Asian place in Chiado which has won many hearts with traditional dishes from Thai tom yum to Chinese dumplings, Malaysian curry, and Japanese mochis. A pretty terrace and craft cocktails complete the experience. (0.5 mile).
  • Taberna da Rua das Flores – A local favorite, this cute tavern serves up Portuguese classics at lunch. The evening menu is much more freewheeling, with chef André Magalhães making the most of local produce. Cash only and no reservations. (0.5 mile).
  • Belcanto – Formal, Michelin 2-starred Belcanto is star chef José Avillez at his most experimental. A showcase for Portuguese gastronomy as well as Portuguese wine, it promises to take you on a memorable voyage. Tasting menus start at €165. Reserve well in advance. Look out for Avillez’ other restaurants around Chiado. (0.6 mile).
  • Alma – Unpretentious yet Michelin 2-starred, Alma is a soulful foodie destination from Henrique Sá Pessoa in a gorgeous historic warehouse. His crack team blends global influences into beautiful modern Portuguese dishes in the open kitchen, complemented by bold wines. Tasting menus (€110-€120) celebrate local fish and seafood and the chef’s Asian-influenced classic dishes. Reserve well in advance. (0.6 mile).
  • JNcQUOI Avenida – Dress to impress and book ahead at this fashionable place on Avenida da Liberdade. It’s all very stylish – the crazy/beautiful décor, complete with a Velociraptor skeleton, the cosmopolitan menu with French and Italian as well as Portuguese dishes, the extensive wine list, and the chic downstairs DeliBar. The company also recently opened JNcQUOI Asia nearby. (0.6 mile).

Best Nearby Bars and Breweries

  • Pavilhão Chinês – Wonderfully kitsch bar, where cabinets and even the ceiling is filled with collectibles from lead soldiers to Action Men, and the drinks are classy. (100m).
  • BA Wine Bar do Bairro Alto – Tiny wine bar with a big reputation due to its collection of over 200 wines and passionate staff. Don’t hesitate to ask for recommendations and try the selection of hams and cheeses too. (0.3 mile).
  • Duque Brewpub – Beer aficionados looking for some local flavor should head for Duque, a pub dedicated to Portuguese craft beers, including their own creations. (0.3 mile).
  • Cerveteca Lisboa – Lisbon’s original craft beer bar, with a rotating cast of the best and freshest brews on tap from over 100 producers in Portugal, Northern Europe, and the US. (0.4 mile).
  • Park – Never has a car park been this cool. Take the elevator to the roof and find Park, for yummy cocktails and a hip young crowd amid lush plants, DJ sets, and stunning river views. (0.5 mile).
  • Le Consulat Bar – Relaxed-chic bar and brunch venue with exciting cocktails and great service. Huge windows open over Praça Luis de Camões for people-watching. There is also an atmospheric corner wine bar/smoking room with a surrealist film projection. (0.5 mile).
  • Red Frog – Hidden 1920s New York-style speakeasy in Lisbon. Ring the bell to be admitted to a world of vintage sights and sounds and an ever-changing menu of mouthwatering cocktails. The bartenders here are topnotch, so be adventurous. (0.5 mile).
  • Mini Bar – José Avillez’ fun gourmet bar is all about entertaining, drinking, and eating. It is decked out like a theater, the largely Portuguese wine selection is great, and the small plates playful and mouthwatering – think green apple margarita as a starter. All this plus DJs every Friday and Saturday night. (0.6 mile).
  • Ginjinha Sem Rival – Hole-in-the-wall near Rossio making and selling ginjinha, Lisbon’s specialty sour cherry liqueur. The family has been running this famous bar since 1890. Join locals queuing up outside for a shot. (0.6 mile).
  • Pensão Amor – Cheeky Pink Street favorite that winks at its past life as a brothel. The décor is flamboyant and velvety, there are burlesque and jazz performances on the little stage, and usually a line out the door. (0.7 mile).

Best Nearby Cafes

  • A Brasileira – Grand Art Deco jewel and Lisbon’s most famous café. Enjoy your coffee and cake knowing you follow in the footsteps of legendary poet Fernando Pessoa whose statue sits on the terrace outside. (0.5 mile).
  • Copenhagen Coffee Lab and Bakery – Danish import bringing excellent espresso and Nordic minimalist vibes to Lisbon. Their cinnamon swirls are scrumptious and they do a mean all-day breakfast for €12. 0.4 mile to the Rua Nova da Piedade branch.
  • Fábrica Coffee Roasters – Serious coffee lovers adore this topnotch coffee house. Head here for single-origin coffees, bought directly from producers and roasted by Fábrica themselves. 0.6 mile to the Rua das Flores branch; 0.6 mile to the Rua das Portas de Santo Antão branch.

Nearby Shopping & Cool Shops

  • Rua Dom Pedro V – Príncipe Real’s main drag is known for its design studios and is a big draw for fashion-forward shoppers. Find Lidija Kolovrat for a local designer with a love for fine materials, Shon Mott for ‘slow fashion’ and timeless style, and Amazingstore for eco-friendly accessories. (75m).
  • Embaixada – Award-winning shopping gallery in a neo-Moorish palace. It beautifully houses a variety of cool Portuguese designs and crafts (and some international brands), from high fashion to organic baby clothes, cosmetics, and eco-friendly homeware. There’s a lovely bar, Gin Lovers, and a steakhouse, Atalho Real, for when you need a break. (0.2 mile).
  • Bettina & Niccolò Corallo – Find chocolate heaven at this artisanal, family-run chocolate shop and café. They roast their own coffee and cacao and make the best chocolate in town fresh daily. Try thin bars containing up to 100% cocoa, cakes, luxurious hot chocolate, and even cocoa sorbet. (0.2 mile).
  • Manteigaria – Look no further for (possibly) the best pastéis de nata in town. The title is hotly contested, but these custard tarts are certainly an unmissable Lisbon classic, and Manteigaria gives everyone else a run for their money. (0.5 mile).
  • Rua Garrett – The best place to start for high-end shopping in Chiado. Highlights include colorful, young outfits at Gardenia and jewelry in a very glamorous interior at Tous. (0.5 mile).
  • Maison Nuno Gama – Menswear from one of Portugal’s most famous designers. Expect fine tailoring, use of bright colors and azulejo patterns, and an in-store barber shop. (0.5 mile).
  • Avenida da Liberdade – The swankiest designer shopping in town is found along this grand boulevard. Big names like Armani and Miu Miu have stores here; Fashion Clinic has womenswear and menswear branches, bringing together international brands; and 39a Concept Store is both, an art gallery and a fashion boutique. (0.5 mile).
  • Fábrica Sant’Anna – Handcrafted azulejos (tiles), produced using the same traditional techniques since the factory opened in 1741. Great for souvenirs and gifts. (0.5 mile).
  • Livraria Bertrand – The oldest-running bookstore in the world, open since 1732. Bertrand is a bookshop, café, and cultural landmark where Portuguese intellectuals once gathered. (0.6 mile).
  • A Vida Portuguesa – Your one-stop shop for artisanal Portuguese products, from tinned sardines to pencils, ceramics, and notebooks. The brands are carefully chosen to maintain traditional production as well as make excellent gifts. (0.6 mile).
  • Manteigaria Silva – Venerable gourmet grocery store stocking the best of Portuguese specialties for over 100 years. It’s all about fine traditional products including charcuterie, cheeses, salt cod, and local wines. 0.7 mile to the historic Rossio branch.
  • Garrafeira Nacional – Local wine-selling institution with its own little museum. A great place to stock up on all manner of Portuguese wines, ports, and spirits. 0.7 mile to the Rua de Santa Justa branch.

Nearby Attractions

  • Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara – A fantastic example of the miradouros, viewpoints on hills, which are a fixture in Lisbon life. It’s an appealing gathering place with its fountains, kiosks serving drinks, and musicians and DJs playing, and the views across the city to Castelo De São Jorge are jaw-dropping. (0.1 mile).
  • Igreja de São Roque – One of the first Jesuit churches anywhere, built in the 16th century, with an adjoining museum of sacred art. The church’s baroque interior, richly decorated in many kinds of marble and gold, illustrates the Jesuits’ influence and wealth. (0.3 mile).
  • Street Art – Lisbon is known for its vibrant urban art scene and it is worth taking time to seek out some of the best pieces or joining a dedicated tour if you get really into it (see above). Nearby standout locations include Escadinhas de São Cristóvão with its fado mural (0.8 mile); Travessa dos Fiéis de Deus, one of many streets worth noting in boho Bairro Alto (0.3 mile); and the Calçada da Glória, where the entire steep street acts as an outdoor gallery (0.3 mile).
  • Convento do Carmo – Haunting skeletal remains of a convent destroyed by the 1755 earthquake. Now an atmospheric ruin, with an archaeological museum showcasing azulejos (traditional tiles), mosaics, and sarcophagi. (0.5 mile).
  • Museu Nacional De Arte Contemporânea – Small but intriguing collection that takes visitors through 150 years of Portuguese art, from mid-19th-century romanticism up to far more modern pop art and installations. (0.7 mile).
  • Elevador de Santa Justa – Lisbon’s answer to the Eiffel Tower, this cast-iron lift was built in 1902 by Raoul Mesnier, Eiffel’s apprentice. It’s a very classy (if pricey and packed) way to travel from Baixa up to Largo do Carmo. The viewing platform with its gorgeous views can be accessed for just €1.50 from behind Convento do Carmo. (0.7 mile).
  • Alfama – Get lost in Lisbon’s oldest and most romantic district. Once the city’s Moorish quarter, its winding streets feel lost in time and are a magnet for tourists. Climb up to the imposing ramparts of Castelo De São Jorge crowning the hill, gaze out from the many miradouros (viewpoints), and mix with the locals in the bars and cafes. At night, with the soulful sounds of fado coming from restaurants, it feels truly magical. (0.7 mile).
  • Núcleo Arqueológico da Rua dos Correeiros – Fascinating site that reveals layers of ruins under Baixa. Book a tour with an archaeologist and explore the mainly-Roman structures, including Lisbon’s only Roman mosaic as well as traces of later Visigoths, Moors, and the medieval city. (1 mile).
  • Praça do Comércio – Lisbon’s grandest square impresses with its massive scale and graceful 18th-century colonnades which are beautifully lit at night. Here you will find the triumphal arch, Arco da Rua Augusta (you can take a lift to the top for the view), plenty of fine restaurants and cafes, and Lisbon Story Centre, an interactive museum where you can learn all about the city’s history. (1 mile).
  • Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade – Important, somber museum in a former prison that bears witness to Portugal’s 20th-century fight against dictatorship. It preserves the memory of the dictatorial regime which was in power from 1926 to 1974, its repressive tactics, and the resistance to it, leading to the Carnation Revolution that ended it. (1 mile).

Nearby Markets or Grocery Stores

  • Mercado Biológico do Príncipe Real – Find healthy, organic produce galore by the pretty Jardim do Príncipe Real. Wares include honey, jellies, fresh bread, organic wine, and handmade soaps as well as fruits and vegetables. 9am-3pm every Saturday. (0.3 mile).
  • Feira na Avenida – Fancy flea market, as befits the location, strung along Avenida Liberdade and starting by Praça da Alegria. Go look for buried treasure – quality antiques, vinyl records, and second-hand books – as well as artisanal handicrafts and food stalls. Runs every second weekend of the month and on the fourth Saturday and preceding Thursday, May-October. (0.4 mile).
  • Mercado da Ribeira – Time Out turned half of this 19th-century market hall into a curated food court in 2014. So now it is half traditional fish and produce market, half Lisbon’s gourmet greatest hits, and a hugely popular hangout. There are over 40 kiosks, serving everything from great burgers (Ground Burger) to wine (Garrafeira Nacional), seafood (Marisqueira Azul), and budget creations from star chefs Henrique Sá Pessoa, Marlene Vieira, and co. (0.7 mile).

Memmo Príncipe Real – The Hotel

The hotel entrance is through a gated tunnel.

The hotel is accessed via a gated tunnel leading to a narrow, steep street off Rua Dom Pedro V.

The hotel has a very modern building.

The hotel exterior is strikingly modern, designed by Samuel Torres de Carvalho, with glass walls all around the ground floor to let in the city.

The lobby is huge and has great views.

The expansive lobby with its terrace view is dominated by a modern painting of Dom Pedro V, the ‘Royal Prince’ by Carlos Barahona Possollo.

Café Príncipe Real Restaurant is smart and colorful.

Café Príncipe Real Restaurant on the ground floor is smart yet colorful, with green velvet sofas and black and gold chairs. The limestone floor and oak walls are found throughout the hotel.

The bar is in the restaurant.

The bar is inside Café Príncipe Real and serves classic cocktails and new ones inspired by Portuguese voyages.

The terrace has a small heated pool.

The stunning pool terrace is just outside the restaurant. It features a narrow, heated pool looking out over Lisbon, sun loungers, and a poolside bar in the summer.

The Premium Double rooms are very spacious.

A Premium Double room, the largest in the hotel at 50 m², is located in a separate building.

The hotel features hardwood floors and modern art.

The sitting area in the Premium Double. The hardwood floors, modern art by Miguel Branco, and huge windows are typical of the hotel.

Welcome cocktails are offered in each room.

Rooms come equipped with ingredients for a port tonic as a welcome cocktail.

The Premium Doubles offer nice views.

The view over the roofs of Lisbon from the Premium Double.

The bathroom has a designer bathtub.

The limestone bathroom in the Premium Double has a designer bathtub and lots of natural light as special features.

There is a rain shower as well.

The shower in the Premium Double, with free Hermès toiletries.

There is generous closet space.

The Premium Double comes with generous closet space.

Superior Doubles are designed just as nicely.

A Superior Double with City View, around 26 m², showing the consistent style of the rooms.

The bathroom is very spacious.

The spacious bathroom in the Superior Double.

The bathrooms are very luxurious.

The Superior Double features an elegant limestone sink and a powerful shower. The bathrooms also come with toilets, robes, slippers, and plenty of luxury Hermès toiletries.

The hotel offers personalized suggestions to each guest daily.

The ‘host’ hat hangs in each room; new individual suggestions for the guest are placed underneath every day.

Superior Doubles have large closets.

The ample closet in the Superior Double.

The Exclusive Double is the smallest but still spacious.

An Exclusive Double is the smallest room at around 25 m².

The Exclusive Double room has a balcony with a fireplace.

The exclusive feature of an Exclusive Double room is the balcony with a fireplace which can be shuttered for extra coziness.

Superior Doubles come with attached terraces.

There are terraces attached to some of the Superior Doubles, so guests can enjoy the city view.

Contemporary art adorns the walls.

Contemporary art plays an important role in the hotel. Here is a drawing of the building on display in a corridor.

Shon Mott is a cool boutique close by.

Come out of the hotel entrance and up the street to Rua Dom Pedro V. This road is a shopping haven with plenty of cool choices such as slow fashion boutique Shon Mott.

Tapisco serves inventive Spanish-Portuguese fusion.

Walk to Tapisco for inventive Spanish-Portuguese fusion.

Local is a great chef's table restaurant.

Local, a tiny, creative chef’s table restaurant can be reached by continuing west on Rua Dom Pedro V.

Mercado Biológico do Príncipe Real is a popular organic market.

Mercado Biológico do Príncipe Real, an organic market, runs weekly around Jardim do Príncipe Real.

Embaixada is located in a 19th-century palace.

Across from the park is Embaixada, a concept store in a 19th-century neo-Moorish palace.

Red Frog serves exceptional cocktails.

Red Frog, with its speakeasy air and exceptional cocktails, is a short walk downhill.

JNcQUOI Avenida restaurant is crazy-stylish.

To the north is crazy-stylish restaurant JNcQUOI Avenida.

Fashion Clinic is a high-fashion boutique.

Avenida da Liberdade is a glittering parade of hotels and high-fashion boutiques like Fashion Clinic. Head southwest on the avenue.

Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara offers amazing views.

Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara is one of the city’s famous viewpoints and a great place to chill out.

Flor da Laranja serves a delicious Moroccan menu.

Flor da Laranja, with its delicious Moroccan cuisine and vibrant décor, is nearby.

BA Wine Bar do Bairro Alto has a good collection of local wine.

BA Wine Bar do Bairro Alto, an excellent spot to taste local wine, is further south on Rua da Rosa.

Manteigaria makes excellent pastéis de nata.

Manteigaria is a serious contender for the best pastéis de nata in town.

The bar at Le Consulat is pretty cool.

Stop at Le Consulat for their bar’s cool ambience and fantastic craft cocktails.

Taberna da Rua das Flores is very popular.

Head south for Taberna da Rua das Flores, a cute tavern where food is traditional by day and daring by night.

Fábrica Coffee Roasters serves fine single-origin coffee.

Continue further south down Rua das Flores for fine single-origin coffee at Fábrica Coffee Roasters.

Mercado da Ribeira sells fresh produce and gourmet treats.

Find fresh produce and gourmet treats at Mercado da Ribeira.

Pensão Amor is a popular local bar.

Pensão Amor is a notorious local bar with a louche vibe.

Finely tailored menswear can be found at Maison Nuno Gama.

Head north to Maison Nuno Gama for finely tailored menswear.

Alma is a great Michelin-starred restaurant.

Close by is Alma, one of the finest Michelin-starred restaurants in town.

A Vida Portuguesa sells excellent Portuguese crafts.

Next door is A Vida Portuguesa, one of the best places to shop for Portuguese crafts.

Boa-Bao is a nice pan-Asian restaurant.

Pan-Asian eatery Boa-Bao is also close by.

Convento do Carmo is a must-visit.

The gorgeous ruin of Convento do Carmo is a must-visit. Behind the convent is Topo Chiado, a fine terrace bar.

Elevador de Santa Justa offers great views.

The viewing platform of the landmark cast-iron Elevador de Santa Justa can be found just behind Convento do Carmo. Here it is seen from the base on Rua de Santa Justa.

Rua Augusta is a great shopping street.

From the bottom of the lift, go east on Rua de Santa Justa to reach Rua Augusta, the busy main shopping street in Baixa, downtown Lisbon.

Ginjinha Sem Rival is known for its sour cherry liqueur.

Ginjinha Sem Rival is one of the best spots to try the local sour cherry liqueur.

Garrafeira Nacional is a famous wine-seller.

Venerable wine-seller Garrafeira Nacional has a branch nearby. Retrace your steps south to Rua de Santa Justa, then turn left.

Escadinhas de São Cristóvão features a lot of street art.

Stop to appreciate some very lisboeta street art, painted by artists from the neighborhood, at Escadinhas de São Cristóvão.

Alfama is very photogenic.

Head south and you will be in Alfama, known as the most traditional and photogenic part of the city.

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