One of Lisbon‘s most architecturally impressive hotels, the Art Nouveau edifice was originally built in 1908 by architect Adães Bermudes as luxury apartments and converted into a hotel in 2017. It offers 36 clean-lined rooms, a bar and the Infame Restaurant with an original and tasty menu. Excellent staff!
Splash out and get the King of Dome duplex suite with its tiny round window right up under the dome giving you a bird’s eye view of the red-roofed capital. Beneath that is a luxurious bedroom with a bathroom complete with free standing tub and a separate rain shower. The other rooms have the same minimalist décor with cool notepads (‘blank canvas, no pressure’ is written on the top of each sheet) and coffee machines.
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 36 rooms & suites (18-51m2) (194-549 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2017 • interior design: Atelier Maldonado • bathroom amenities: Castelbel • parking possible at a location nearby (charged) • no pets allowed • 24-hour reception • Intendente metro station: 2-minute walk