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Immerse Yourself in Lisbon Opulence

tgt11This five star hotel placed in the heart of Lisbon will make you rethink your definition of luxury. A massive building, built in the 1890’s and renovated a few years ago, that combines luxury and charm has not only become the number one hotel in the city, but also a tourist destination in itself; people flock here to admire this superb building.

There are six floors which house 82 rooms, including a Presidential Suite, fourteen Junior Suites which face the busy streets of Lisbon or the courtyard (depending on what you prefer). But worry not, if you choose a room that offers you a view over Lisbon, you will not be disturbed by the sound of the city, as all the rooms are fully soundproofed. Of course, you get free Internet over Wi-Fi and cable. This hotel is a non-smoking hotel, but if you do wish to smoke, you may do so at the lounge next to the Bar.

Planning to bring your entire family to Lisbon, then you must choose this hotel! There are rooms available with connecting doors and the Junior Suites have a bedroom and a living room that can accommodate up to three people.

Even though the location of this hotel is amazing, you’ll probably want to tour the entire city, not just the center. The hotel is close to the main transport routs, so you can explore and discover the city of Lisbon.

In the Local Area

The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum is home to one of the world’s greatest private art collections. Calouste Gulbenkian was an Armenian philanthropist and businessman with a deep love for art. His motto used to be only the best and that is why the museum includes great works by Monet, Rembrandt, Degas, Renoir, Rubens and Rodin.

Close to this luxurious hotel is the Ocenario de Lisboa was opened in 1998. Its mission is to promote knowledge of the oceans and teach the public that it is our duty to protect our Mother Earth. The address is: Esplanada D. Carlos I – Doca dos Olivais, Lisbon 1990-005 and the telephone number: + 351 218 917 000

If you’re in Lisbon, then you must see the Torre de Belém, the city’s most iconic building, located near the Monastery of Hieronymites. The tower was built to honor Vasco da Gama’s expedition and will forever be a reminder of the discoveries that laid the bases of the modern world as we know it.

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