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- Take a dip in a rooftop infinity pool with unrivalled views at Memmo Alfama
- Stay in the lap of luxury just minutes from the Torre de Belém at Altis Belém Hotel and Spa
- Admire beautiful art and dine on fresh sushi at Lisbon’s prestigious Four Seasons Hotel
Once the centre of the exploring world, Lisbon is no stranger to luxury and decadence. And still today, you can stay in hotels that meet your every whim, surrounded by royal residences, majestic palaces and extravagant villas. To help you choose from hotels in unbeatable locations, endless high-end amenities and gorgeous interiors, we’ve rounded up the crème de la crème of the city’s hotels.
InterContinental Hotel is in the heart of Lisbon with magnificent views of the city
InterContinental Hotel Lisbon
The InterContinental Hotel Lisbon is definitely in the top tier of contemporary luxury hotels in the city. Near one of Lisbon’s most stylish shopping streets, the Avenida da Liberdade, it has spacious and elegantly decorated rooms that look out over the peaceful Edward VII Park. When you’re not luxuriating in your room, make the most of the InterContinental Lisbon’s extensive gym facilities or relax with a cocktail at its Uptown Bar with funky décor and cool mirrored ceilings. For a special treat, make a reservation at the in-house Akla restaurant, which has the best steak tartare in the city.
Relax and unwind at Memmo Alfama whilst you watch the sunset from the roof terrace
With its views over the River Tagus and the winding cobbled streets of one of Lisbon’s oldest districts, the sophisticated Memmo Alfama Hotel offers an unforgettable stay right in the heart of Lisbon. Each of its 42 serenely decorated rooms come with plenty of modern conveniences and the best quality linen for a perfect night’s sleep, plus they’re also well stocked with luxury Saboaria Portugueza toiletries. Many rooms also have pretty private balconies over a peaceful 19th-century inner courtyard. But Memmo Alfama’s roof terrace is its crowning glory with sweeping views of the city, a gorgeous infinity pool and a wine bar stocked with some of the best local bottles.
Hotels in Lisbon city centre
Memmo Príncipe Real
In Lisbon’s most fashionable district, Memmo Príncipe Real is Memmo Alfama’s sister hotel, offering the same five-star luxury on the other side of the city. Cool and cosmopolitan, Príncipe Real is within easy walking distance of most main attractions, and Memmo Príncipe Real will take you on a free walking tour of the neighbourhood to help you settle in. Although its 41 rooms, richly decorated with wooden floors, cosy armchairs, soft rugs and faux-fur throws, will help with settling in, too. Some rooms have balconies, some have terraces and a couple even have their own outdoor fires. For some down time from sightseeing, head up to the heated terrace pool and its panoramic views of the city. Or you could enjoy a meal at the hotel’s Colonial Café with its floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking St Jorge Castle.
The suites at Altis Belém Hotel & Spa are truly what dreams are made of
Altis Belém Hotel & Spa
This strikingly modern and luxurious hotel lies on the banks of the Tagus, just a stone’s throw from the medieval Torré de Belem. Altis Belém Hotel & Spa’s rooms reflect the rich history of the hotel’s location, with décor inspired by the exotic locations and cultures of some of the country’s former overseas colonies. All its suites have balconies, and the Presidential Suite has its own jacuzzi overlooking the river. One of the many highlights of the stunning Altis Belém is its B Spa, with hydrotherapy, oxygen treatments, Turkish baths and an indoor pool to help you relax. For your evening meal, chose between the Oyster and Sushi Bar, the Café Mensagem, Bar 38 ⁰41’ or Michelin-starred Restaurant Feitoria – or just go for a different one each meal.
The Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is the epitome of elegant luxury
Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon
In 1959, the grand Four Seasons Hotel in Lisbon was designed to boost the city’s prestige and its budding hotel industry. It definitely succeeded, and it’s still widely thought of as Lisbon’s finest hotel – a with good reason. For starters, being so near Avenida da Liberdade puts it firmly within walking distance of the must-see Gulbenkian gallery and gives it almost unrivalled views over Edward VII Park. As you’d expect, the Four Seasons décor is effortlessly elegant, but it also has an impressive art collection that you can learn more about on a free app. Or could you switch off in the spa with four treatment rooms, a sauna, marble steam rooms and an indoor pool overlooking the gardens. Then enjoy a meal served on the terrace at the Varanda Restaurant or watch fresh sushi being prepared at the Ritz Bar. With this level of decadence and style, its unsurprising that the Four Seasons is our most expensive pick, but it’s worth paying for if you want a top-level hotel experience right in the heart of Lisbon.