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This 18th-century mini-palace was once home to famous local novelist Eça de Queirós, and you can easily imagine courting the muse as you wander through the public rooms here.There's no restaurant, but here in the old town by the Museu de Arte Antiga and the Docas there are plenty of places to choose from.
This late-18th-century mansion maintains fittings, furnishings, paintings, and tile work throughout that are in keeping with the building's historic character. Full review →
Although York House Hotel is still the most atmospheric -- and certainly the most famous in its category in Lisbon -- this hotel is giving it serious competition and is almost its equal. Full review →
Spacious and classically elegant... retreat to the wood-panelled library for sweeping views to the river and a stargazing telescope. Full review →
A romantic feel and classic style.
The Verdes Inn is a charming boutique overlooking the Tagus and situated next to the Museum of Ancient Art. Full review →
This discreet, eighteenth-century townhouse, where Eça de Queirós was inspired to write Os Maios, is just metres from the Museu de Arte Antiga.
It is as close as Lisbon gets to a bed-and-breakfast, and it is a fine one at that, with intimate service standards and a plethora of local character. Full review →Be sure to book a rate that includes breakfast.
Its 29 rooms are decorated in classic style in keeping with its history, and there’s a rooftop library and a terrace with views onto the Tagus River. Full review →
Renovated in 2002, the 29 rooms maintain a neoclassical look with painted paneled walls, dark wood armoires and bedsteads, and plush floral and striped fabrics in cream colors. Full review →
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