Situated atop one of Lisbon’s seven hills, the Hotel’s striking vistas over Eduardo VII Park, St. George’s Moorish Castle and the Tagus River provide a dramatic introduction to the diverse personality of the city outside. Inside the elegant 10-storey building, spacious interiors house 18th-century replica furnishings and an outstanding collection of contemporary Portuguese tapestries; paintings and sculpture bring examples of the city’s finest art within the exclusive grasp of the Hotel’s guests.
With historical terrace views and modern amenities, our guest rooms provide guests with instant relaxation, comfort and peace of mind.
With exquisite terrace views, extra space, modern ameneties and elegant, historical furnishings, our suites are ideal for meeting, entertaining or relaxing.
All our one-bedroom suites can be transformed into two-bedrooms, connecting to an extra room or suite.
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Get up close and personal with some of the Lisbon Zoo’s 2,000 animals through a private “backstage” visit. The experience offers insight into the Zoo’s more rare or unusual species, such as meerkats and koalas. Watch dolphin acrobatics in Dolphins’ Bay, the zoo’s largest attraction, before ending your visit with a private encounter with the beloved marine mammals.
Enjoy a picnic lunch while sailing along the historic north shore of Lisbon’s Tagus River. Starting at Praça do Comércio, the original maritime entry to Lisbon, sail to Belém, the point from which explorer Vasco da Gama departed for India in 1497. Sit back and enjoy the historic shoreline’s sites. Those wanting a more hands-on excursion can learn to sail from the experienced on-board crew.
Learn to wave-ride on Portugal’s “Dream Coast,” known internationally as a prime destination for surfers of all abilities. Experts will teach you everything from where to mount your board to how to conquer difficult waves. Your board is provided, and is matched to suit your height, weight and personal riding style.
Sampling Lisbon’s culinary delights is an adventure itself. After sampling Belém’s custard tarts (a local specialty), make your way to A Ginjinha, a bar dating to the 1840s. Try the traditional Portuguese liqueur Ginjinha, made from a cherry-like ginja berry.
Spa and wellness centre
Indoor pool (all year)
Food & Drink
24-hour front desk
Note: some services are subject to charges payable to the local service provider and some services are subject to availability