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Ultra-modern Literary Theme Boutique Hotel in Historic Lisbon

Hotel DoorThe historic center of Lisbon has got a lot to offer to the curious explorer. There is so much going on at all times in the area that you will want to be located as close to it as possible. That’s precisely what this wonderful new five-star literary theme boutique hotel in historic Lisbon is offering. The hotel has a modern exterior, which clues you in to the fact that all rooms get ample natural sunlight, as well as a full view of the bustling city streets. A simple step inside reveals modernly arranged rooms, in a soothing palette of browns and clean neutrals, designed to make your stay in Lisbon relaxing and comfortable. As mentioned above, each room has a literary theme – they are adorned with quotes from some of the world’s most famous authors, including William Shakespeare and Portugal’s own Jose Saramago.

When you’re not up in your room, enjoying its facilities (which include A/C, private bathrooms, a mini-bar, and a flat screen LCD TV), you can step down into the lobby. There is a modernly appointed lounge area there, complete with lush couches, throw pillows, and atmospheric lighting. You can choose to dine at the hotel’s own top quality restaurant, which also has a cozy terrace that’s ideal for the warm season (hint: it’s warm most of the year in Portugal). The hotel also has a fitness center, to which guests receive free entrance, as well as a private parking lot – a perk drivers will definitely appreciate in Portugal’s bustling capital.

The hotel is perfectly positioned in the historic area, at a brief and pleasant walk from not one, but two of the city’s subway stations.

In the local area

There are a lot of attractions to enjoy in the vicinity of this wonderful boutique hotel in historic Lisbon, especially since the Blue Line of the subway is only 300 meters away. The Barrio Alto y Bica, Lisbon’s most popular tourist area is also but one kilometer away, which means you can explore it on foot at will. You can also head on down to Rossio Square, a favorite meeting place for the locals, and sample its flavor: you’ll find traditional pastry shops there, as well as a café that dates back to the 18th century. The Maria II Theater and the Public Gardens are also situated in Rossio Square and definitely worth a visit.

If you’re feeling up for a longer trip, you can always take the train to Belem. The scenic neighborhood is replete with parks and also offers a pleasant stroll by the ocean. Be sure to visit the Belem Tower, one of Lisbon’s most iconic buildings and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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