The suites (total of 4) are decorated in warm shades of red or in soothing shades of blue and are distributed throughout the 1st and the 4th floors. They are all corner rooms, overlooking the bustling Luís de Camões Square and the busy Alecrim Street.
Facing the square, you´ll find a large desk where you can work calmly or enjoy a good book in the comfortable chaise longue.
These rooms feature a living room equipped with LCD, plus sliding doors separating it from the bedroom, thus allowing you to have a business meeting if needed, or to just "sink" into the comfortable couch, devoting the afternoon to "dolce fare niente".
The suites also include a separate division with wardrobes and a Nespresso coffee machine.
Suite bathrooms all feature a window, an antique-style clawfoot tub and a separate area with a shower, featuring a 30cm-diameter showerhead.
The 4 Deluxe rooms are corner rooms, providing ample views of the busy Luís de Camoes Square, the quiet Flores Street and even to the Tagus river. The rooms are spacious and have a separate wardrobe division.
32 superior rooms distributed between the 1st and the 4th floors of the hotel, overlooking Luís de Camões Square and Bairro Alto, as well as Alecrim Street. All rooms have plenty of natural light and there is one room adapted for people with reduced mobility. Connecting rooms are available, offering a perfect solution for families.
Though the 4th-floor rooms are slightly smaller, they each feature a balcony where you can enjoy a view of the bustling city of Lisbon.
Bairro Alto Hotel has a total of 4 single rooms with view over Praça Luís de Camões perfect for solo travellers, or for families when combined with an adjoining suite converting it to a two-bedroom suite.
These rooms are all decorated in tones of white, feature double-glazed windows and plenty of daylight.
Do as the Portuguese do. Stop off at one of the manypastelerias along Rua Dom Pedro V and get a pastéis de nata (traditional Portuguese custard tarts) with a hotbica (similar to an espresso) - locals often do this 5 or 6 times a day! It will give you a boost to help you clamber up Lisbon’s 7 hills
Visit the 30m-high iconic Arco da Rua for panoramic views of the Terreiro do Paço square and Tagus River. Since its renovation in August 2013 only 35 people are allowed up at any one time, meaning you won’t be battling for space. Stroll up at sunset to watch the sun go down over the river
Lisbon’s trams are a treat: old, yellow and gorgeous. They’re not fast and they move jerkily, but they’re the only way to get around town
Go on an urban art hunt. Between 2010 and 2011, the Crono project set about covering crumbling buildings inlarge-scale graffiti art works. Find everything from huge crocodiles to catapults covering buildings and walls on Avenue Fontes Pereira de Melo and around the Barrio Alto district
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the room
Special diet menus (on request)
24-hour front desk
Note: some services are subject to charges payable to the local service provider and some services are subject to availability