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A cool designer hotel in the atmospheric Alfama district blending original features of the 19th-century buildings with a minimalist style to offer white-on-white bedrooms, a large roof terrace with a pool and simple Portuguese tapas.

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The historic Alfama district is a maze of streets, and the hotel benefits from its hard-to-find location - you won't get passers-by dropping in. The views over the neighbouring rooftops and down to the Tagus River are mesmerising. Very close is the city's Romanesque cathedral, a little further are the shops of downtown Baixa.

The hotel is in the central Alfama district, with a tram stop (no. 28) a few minutes' walk away.

By plane: flights to Lisbon take around 2 hours 50 mins from London and Manchester and 2 hours 30 mins from Bristol. The hotel is a 25-minute taxi ride from the airport. Public parking available. Book flights to Lisbon

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From the outside, this establishment looks fairly modest but once you step inside, it opens up into unexpectedly large and airy interiors. Original features like vaulted ceilings and brick walls merge with bleached-wood floors, interiors in shades of coffee and white and large plate-glass windows. Designer lights and modern artwork provide the decoration.


Take an early-morning dip in the bijou rooftop pool - and return to ease your aching toes after a day out exploring.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Pool
  • Roof terrace
  • Public parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


White-shuttered windows let the light flood in, making rooms feel spacious. It's worth getting a room with a river view; terrace rooms have a small patio although it's not screened from view.

Patio Room, Mansard Room, Alfama Room, Terrace Room, Alfama Superior Room, Mansard Superior Room, Premium Mansard Room
Facilities include: ensuite bath or shower, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi


You'll want to rise early to bag a good spot on the terrace to enjoy the wonderful views. The pasteis de nata (traditional Portuguese custard tarts) served here are incredibly divine.

The restaurant: pastries, cooked breakfasts, Portuguese tapas, wine, port. Open every day.

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