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Evocative hotel occupying an exquisitely restored 15th-century palace in the hillside Alfama district. Full review →
The ten painstakingly renovated suites of this ancient palace (part of it dates back to 100 B.C.) by the Castelo de São Jorge in the Alfama will feed your dreams for years.
"The former residence of a noble family dating back to 1449, the hotel has sitting rooms like no other. Full review →
Eleven suites, each with its own character, occupy the city’s oldest private palace, luxuriously restored with a near-manic attention to detail and historical authenticity.
Deep in the heart of the Alfama lies this romantic hideaway found outside the walls of Castelo de São Jorge. Full review →
There’s a pool framed by herb gardens, a wood-panelled library where classical music plays and numerous other luxuries that justify the price tag. Full review →
Elegant, with extravagant suites and the best views in the city, it is well suited to those looking for somewhere unique with a little magic, elegance and history. Full review →
The history of Lisbon itself is present in Palacio Belmonte: it has walls built during the Roman and Muslim occupations and 59 azulejos panels from 1725, and the main building was built in 1449. Full review →
4.5 Star Hotel palaciobelmonte.com