Hotels in Lisbon

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Hotels in Lisbon

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Solar Do Castelo

Solar Do Castelo

Lisbon

This is the only hotel within the walls of Sao Jorge Castle, and in fact was built on the site of the castle's kitchens at the time that it served as the royal palace.
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As Janelas Verdes

As Janelas Verdes

Lisbon

Liked for its informal atmosphere, this 18th-century palace, managed by Diogo Laranjo, stands in the cobbled street of the same name (‘green windows’).
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Hotel Britania

Hotel Britania

Lisbon

This art deco gem is located on a quiet street in Lisbon's historic centre. It was designed by the famous Portguese modernist architect Cassiano Branco and built in 1944.
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York House

York House

Lisbon

This 17th-century Carmelite convent was turned in the 19th century into a hotel by two Yorkshire women, hence the name.
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Olissippo Lapa Palace

Olissippo Lapa Palace

Lisbon

A large and opulent hotel in a pink 19th-century stately home with a modern wing. It stands above terraces with orange trees on a hilltop with glorious views over the Tagus.
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Palacio Ramalhete

Palacio Ramalhete

Lisbon

Located in the quiet residential Lapa area, opposite the National Museum of Ancient Art, is this former palace now elegant boutique hotel. 
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Memmo Alfama

Memmo Alfama

Lisbon

This stylish, contemporary design hotel is located in Lisbon's Alfama district, or old town.
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Heritage Avenida Liberdade

Heritage Avenida Liberdade

Lisbon

An former 18th-century palace on Lisbon's bustling main avenue is now a stylish comtemporary boutique hotel, with interiors by the famous Portuguese designer Miguel Cancio Martins.

History, culture, hills and beaches

Lisbon is one of those all-rounder destinations, offering culture, history, great food and weather, and the beach. Its many hills means that there are views almost everywhere you go, but trams and funiculars save the visitor from too much exertion, especially when it’s hot. 

Highlights include the Castle of São Jorge, which overlooks the city, the many Gothic cathedrals, and the leafy plazas and narrow back streets of the old city.

The city is also renowned for its fresh seafood, custard tarts (pastel de nata), piri piri spicy seasoning, and drinks-wise, for its port and ginjinha (sour cherry liqeur).

We list a number of gorgeous hotels below, from the art deco Hotel Britania to As Janelas Verdes, located in a former 18th century palace, and Memmo Alfamo, a striking design hotel with a red-hued swimming pool.

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