Hotels in Lisbon

Hotels in Lisbon offer chic accommodations in a city also known as “Lisboa”. Roman, Gothic and Baroque architecture, museums, Fado music, tramcars, sloping cobblestone streets, pastel-colored buildings, street art, sunny weather, botanical gardens and nightlife are just some of the things that attract visitors to this coastal capital city. Built on seven hills, Lisboa has a sloping terrain. As such, it’s advisable to bring comfortable walking shoes. Also good to know is that traffic can be bad and parking can be expensive, so it’s best to walk around if possible, take public transport or travel via ride-share, respectively. Portugal’s currency is the Euro. Popular events include Lisbon Carnival, Sónar Lisboa, Rock In Rio Lisboa, NOS Alive, Super Bock Super Rock, Sumol Summer Fest, Festival de Sintra, Kalorama Lisboa, MONSTRA Lisbon Animated Film Festival, IndieLisboa International Film Festival and Lisbon Marathon. Boom Festival, a biennial, transformational, multidisciplinary, psychedelic and sustainable festival featuring a psytrance universe fusion of music, film screenings, visual exhibitions, fire performances, workshops, yoga, group meditations and art galleries with the surrounding wilderness and nature, occurs every two years in Portugal about 160 miles northwest of Lisbon. One of Portugal’s best professional football teams is Sporting CP, which plays its games at José Alvalade Stadium on the city’s north side. Hotels in Lisbon are some of the most exciting in all of Europe. Before we get to hotels in Lisbon, let’s take a look at some more background information on the area to help you along the way.

Since 1255 Lisbon has been Portugal’s capital city. Pre-Celtic tribes were the first to inhabit the area that would become Lisbon during the Neolithic period. During the Roman era, the area was integrated with the province of Lusitania. Between the years 409 and 429, the city encountered barbarian invasions, which resulted in Sarmatian, Alan and Vandal occupation. On August 6, 711, Lisbon was overtaken by North African and Middle Eastern Berbers and Arabs. Alfonso, I of Portugal recaptured Lisbon circa 1147. Lisbon’s golden era occurred during the 16th century, when the city became the European hub for trade between places such as Africa, India, the Far East and Brazil. During the 17th century, skirmishes and episodes of more serious warfare between Portugal and Spain resulted in the Treaty of Lisbon, which recognized the sovereignty of the House of Braganza, Portugal’s new ruling dynasty that lasted until the last king of Portugal Dom Manuel II was overthrown into exile by way of the 5 October 1910 revolution. A devastating earthquake on November 1, 1755 and subsequent tsunami killed 20% of Lisbon’s population and destroyed 80% of its buildings. Two of the most important buildings to be lost forever were the Ribeira Palace and the Hospital Real de Todos os Santos. Napoléon Bonaparte’s invasion of Portugal at the start of the 19th century resulted in Queen Maria I’s and Prince-Regent John’s fleeing to Brazil. Lisbon remained a neutral, open European-Atlantic port during World War II.

Portugal’s capital and largest city, Lisbon has an estimated population of over 505,000 people. The city’s symbol is the raven. It’s coat of arms has existed since the 12th century. One of the world’s oldest cities, Lisbon abuts the Atlantic Ocean and River Tagus on the Iberian Peninsula. The high-speed railway Alfa Pendular, which can reach 137 miles per hour, connects Lisbon to Portugal’s other major cities. Visitors enjoy Lisbon’s architecture, historical boulevards and monuments, as well as its museums, art collections, sports and business. Lisbon benefits from a Mediterranean climate, with summer temperatures averaging in the mid-70s degrees Fahrenheit, and winter temps ranging in the low-to-mid-50s. Over 3,000,000 tourists visit Lisbon annually. Major points of interest include Avenida da LiberdadeNational Museum of Ancient ArtNational Coach MuseumNational Museum of ArchaeologyMuseum of LisbonNational Azulejo MuseumNational Museum of Contemporary Art,  National Museum of Natural History & Science,Gulbenkian Museum,  Berardo Collection MuseumMuseum of Art, Architecture and TechnologyMuseum of the OrientTeatro Nacional de São CarlosCentro Cultural de BelémTeatro Nacional D. Maria II,  Euronext LisbonEstádio da LuzEstádio do AlvaladeBelém Tower and Jerónimos Monastery. Popular foods include bacalhau, or cod, alheira,  which is sausage, caldo verde, or soup and bifana, a traditional Portuguese sandwich. Wine is popular in restaurants, while Licor Beirão is Portugal’s national drink. Now that we have a little background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Lisbon that will help make for an unforgettable experience.




Corpo Santo Lisbon Historical Hotel

Largo do Corpo Santo, no 25

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Set in the historical 14th century Muralha Fernandina and overlooking 17th century noble households, Corpo Santo Lisbon Historical Hotel has free WiFi, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, Blu-ray players, hairdryers, seating areas and continental breakfast.  Near here are Oakberry Açai Lisboa (health food restaurant), We Create Food (restaurant), Clube do Bacalhau (restaurant), Pérola do Tejo (restaurant), Hennessy’s (Irish pub), Reminiscência (sculpture) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from The National Museum of Contemporary Art Lisbon, 0.2 miles from Ribeira Market, Café A Brasileira and Camoes Square, 0.3 miles from Rua Augusta Arch, 18.6 miles from Sintra Mountain and 4.4 miles from Humberto Delgado Airport.

Approximate cost per night (prestige suite): $487




Hotel da Baixa

Rua da Prata 231, Santa Maria Maior

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Rossio Square

Hotel da Baixa boasts a colorful and classic façade, modern interior decor, a restaurant, a bar, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, Bluetooth sound systems, Uriage toiletries and daily breakfast buffet. Restaurante-Bar Sebastião (restaurant), BEHER LISBOA (restaurant), Panda Cantina (Chinese restaurant), Elevador (restaurant), Restaurante Dois Arcos (Portuguese restaurant), Kamasutra Restaurante (Indian restaurant), Fábrica da Nata (pastry shop), Taverna Alfacinha (restaurant), Natraj Tandoori (Indian restaurant), O Arco (Portuguese restaurant), Leitaria A Camponeza (restaurant), Amorino Baixa (ice cream shop), NAVEGA (restaurant), Manteigaria (pastry shop), Cerveja Canil Baixa (beer hall), Oak Berry (health food restaurant) and more are in the area.

From here Praca da Figueira, Santa Justa Elevator, Sao Cristovao and Sao Lourenço Church and Rossio Square are 0.1 miles, Carmo Convent, Carmo Fountain, Dona Maria II National Theatre and MUDE – Design, St. George’s Castle and Fashion Museum are 0.2 miles, Ribeira Market is 0.6 miles, Luz Football Stadium is 3.8 miles, Lisbon Oceanarium is 4.2 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport is 4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (family room): $646

Cost per person (four people): $161



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Chiado Arty Flats

Largo Trindade Coelho, 6, Santa Maria Maior

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Carmo Convent

In a building that once housed República newspaper, Chiado Arty Flats has industrial-style decor, air conditioning, balconies, city views, flat-screen TVs, fully-equipped kitchens or kitchenettes, Nespresso coffee machines and free WiFi. Bar Cubano (bar), The Corner Irish Pub (Irish pub), Bar Aché Cohiba (bar), Tapa Bucho (tapas restaurant), Valdo Gatti (pizza restaurant), Atípico Restaurant (tapas restaurant), Iré Bar (bar), Esteves Bar (bar), Friends Bairro Alto (bar), 11 Tapas (tapas restaurant), Armaha Restaurant (Portuguese restaurant), Papo Cheio (restaurant), Church of Sao Roque, Cargo 111 (bar), Artis (restaurant), Páginas Tantas (jazz club), The Old Pharmacy (bar), Esperança (Italian restaurant), Cantinho das Gáveas (restaurant), Castro (restaurant), Pizza Misura (Italian restaurant), Arcádia (chocolate shop), CARNAL (Mexican restaurant) and more are within range.

You’ll find Carmo Fountain 0.1 miles, Carmo Convent, Camoes Square, Café A Brasileira, Sao Pedro de Alcantara Belvedere, Bica Elevator, Rossio Square, Dona Maria II National Theatre and Santa Justa Elevator 0.2 miles, Miradouro da Senhora do Monte 0.7 miles, Jeronimos Monastery 3.6 miles, Gare do Oriente 4.5 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport 4 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (studio city view): $264

Cost per person (three people): $74





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Nations Park Cableway

MYRIAD by SANA Hotels provides panoramic views, a restaurant, a bar, an indoor pool, a spa, fitness facilities, colorful decor, spacious rooms, flat-screen TVs, espresso coffee machines, mini-bars and an events center. Torre Vasco da Gama (tower), Fifty Seconds Martin Berasategui (restaurant), Myriad Cristal Center (conference center), Telecabine Lisbon (mountain cable car), L’Origine (pizza restaurant), Restaurante Super Chefa (Chinese restuarant), Labrazza Steakhouse, 100 montaditos Oriente (beer hall), The Good Burger (restaurant), Millz Forneria (pizza restaurant), Baby Hugs (spa), Goall Wellness (gym), Il Pizzarium (pizza restaurant), Organic Market Agrobio (farmers’ market), Miss Saigon (vegan restaurant), Imagine Go (dance school), Restaurante Suits (vegetarian restaurant) and more are in the area.

From this  hotel Vasco da Gama Tower is within feet, Nations Park Cableway is 0.1 miles, Altice Arena is 0.5 miles, Vasco da Gama Shopping Center is 0.6 miles, Lisbon Casino is 0.7 miles, St. George’s Castle is 4.8 miles, Commerce Square is 5.2 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport is 2.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $356



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Olissippo Lapa Palace

Rua do Pau de Bandeira, 4, Estrela

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Estrela Garden

Constructed in the 19th-century, Olissippo Lapa Palace overlooks the Targus River and is surrounded by a sub-tropical garden. It has an expansive spa, a sauna, a Turkish bath, indoor and outdoor pools, massage services, a modern gym, bright and airy rooms, flat-screen TVs, balconies with river, pool or garden views, marble bathrooms, a restaurant and free private parking. Marias de Vinho Tinto (restaurant), Tiffin Cafe & Restaurant (health food restaurant), Alla Prima (tattoo shop), La Boulangerie (bakery), Geographia (restaurant), Greek Tavern Dionysos (restaurant), Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (museum), Quiçá! (restaurant), Miradouro da Rocha Conde de Óbidos (tourist attraction), Kais Restaurante Bar, Plateau (disco club), O bar mais triste da cidade (bar), Djairsound (bar), EleEla Café (cafe), Taska Da T’xika (restaurant), Santai Santos (Indonesian restaurant), Lezíria Casa de Petiscos (restaurant), Zuari (Goan restaurant), Restaurant CHULHO & Bar, Black Bird Tattoo Parlour (tattoo and piercing shop), Pelicana Banana (ice cream shop), Matiz Pombalina Cocktail Bar, Heim Cafe, Mila (cafe) and more are in the vicinity.

You’ll find Oriente Museum and Estrela Basilica 0.5 miles, Estrela Garden 0.6 miles, Campo de Ourique Market 0.7 miles, Lx Factory, Santa Catarina Viewpoint and Adamastor 0.9 miles, Carris Museum and Ribeira Market 1 mile, Commerce Square 1.5 miles, St. George’s Castle 1.7 miles, Luz Football Stadium 3.4 miles, Gare do Oriente 5.5 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport 4.7 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (garden suite): $1,652




EPIC SANA Lisboa Hotel

Av. Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, 15

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With a rooftop infinity pool, contemporary decor, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, city views, free WiFi, a breakfast buffet, a gourmet restaurant, a bar, meeting rooms, a 24-hour reception and babysitting services, EPIC SANA Lisboa Hotel is found near Flor de Lis (restaurant), The Pilates Studio, Love Is In The Hair (hair salon), L’os à Moelle (restaurant), Il Mercato (Italian restaurant), Pateo 51 (restaurant), Everest Montanha (Indian restaurant), Sabor & Arte (restaurant), La Trattoria (restaurant) and more.

Amoreiras is 0.2 miles, Eduardo VII Park and Marques de Pombav are 0.5 miles, Lisbon Botanical Garden and Estrela Garden are 0.7 miles, Dona Maria II National Theatre is 1.2 miles, Rossio Square is 1.3 miles, Ribeira Market and Miradouro da Senhora do Monte are 1.4 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport is 3.5 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe suite): $372



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Boutique Chiado Suites

Rua Horta Seca, 32 1º, Misericordia

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Bica Elevator

Boutique Chiado Suites has free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and balconies. Nearby you may find A Colmeia (vegetarian restaurant), Sushima (sushi restaurant), Nómada (Japanese restaurant), Sea Me Peixaria Moderna (seafood restaurant), Chiado Caffe (cafe), Sanskar Nepal (Nepalese restaurant), Bicaense Est.1959 (restaurant), Os Bons Malandros (gastropub), Pastelaria Aloma (pastry shop), Jamie Oliver’s Pizzeria (pizza restaurant), Manteigaria (pastry shop), LisbonHouse Tattoo Studio (tattoo and piercing shop), 1º de Maio (Portuguese restaurant), As Salgadeiras (restaurant), Cork & Co (fashion accessorires store), Calcuta (Indian restaurant), Eclipse Rock Bar (bar), Eldorado Vintage Store (vintage clothing store), Maria Caxuxa (bar), Trovas Antigas (Fado restaurant), Pub Português (pub), Facto Hair Bairro Alto (hair salon), Fidalgo Wine Bar (wine bar), Canto da Atalaia (Fado restaurant), Tantura (restaurant), Tasca Mastai (bar) and more.

Bica Elevator, Camoes Square and Café A Brasileira are 0.1 miles, Adamastor, Santa Catarina Viewpoint, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Ribeira Market, Carmo Fountai and Carmo Convent are 0.2 miles, St. George’s Castle is 0.7 miles, Miradouro da Senhora do Monte is 0.9 miles, Jeronimos Monastery is 3.4 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport is 4.2 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $188



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Pestana Palace

Rua Jau, 54, Alcântara

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Carris Museum

Housed in a restored 19th-century palace, Pestana Palace Lisboa Hotel & National Monument has private parklands, river and garden views, 2 swimming pools, a sauna, a spa center, elegant furnishings, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, balconies, sitting areas, a restaurant, a bar, a steam bath, a hot tub and a business center. You’ll find Valle Flor (Portuguese restaurant), Wineclick (wine store), Café Dias, Selva (coffee shop), Armazém (restaurant), O Melhor Croissant da Minha Rua (coffee shop), Londrina Café, Carris Museum, Casa dos Frangos de Moscavide (restaurant), Santo Amaro (Portuguese restaurant), Miradouro de Santo Amaro (tourist attraction), Santo Amaro Academy (concert hall), Macau Scientific and Cultural Centre Museum and more near here.

You’ll find Macau Science and Culture Centre 0.3 miles, Carris Museum and Lx Factory 0.4 miles, Lisbon Astronomical Observatory 0.5 miles, Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology 0.6 miles, Jeronimos Monastery 1.1 miles, Ribeira Market 2.2 miles, St. George’s Castle 3 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport 5.5 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (suite): $853




Penthouse Lisboa

Rua dos Fanqueiros

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Praca da Figueira

Penthouse Lisboa features 2 bedrooms, a terrace, a kitchen with dishwasher and oven, a washing machine and a seating area. This location is close to Falis WineBar, Taberna do Lis (restaurant), Bar Canil (beer garden), Beher Lisboa (restaurant), Club Noir (night club), Caxin Bar, As Bifanas Do Afonso (restaurant), Amorino Baixa (ice cream shop) and more.

This penthouse is 0.1 miles from Pombaline Downtown, Santa Justa Elevator and Praca da Figueira, 0.2 miles from MUDE – Design and Fashion Museum, Rossio Square and Castelo de São Jorge, 0.3 miles from Commerce Square, 3.9 miles from Luz Football Stadium and Jeronimos Monastery and 4 miles from Humberto Delgado Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $180

Cost per person (four people): $45




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Estrela Penthouse

Travessa Oliveira à Estrela 19

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Estrela Basilica

Estrela Penthouse offers 3 bedrooms, city and river views, a living room with a flat-screen TV, free WiFi, air conditioning, a kitchen with a dining area and a terrace. OHLINDA (restaurant), Casa dos Ovos Moles em Lisboa (pastry shop), A Cabana da Estrela (restaurant), Loco (restaurant), Cristal (pastry shop), Dede’s (cafe), Dia Da Fruta (grocery store), Clube de Jornalistas (restaurant), Churrasqueira Central Da Lapa (restaurant), Boutique Doce (restaurant), Ana Falcato (hair salon), Comida Pronta (restaurant), Sushi Bom e Cafe (restaurant), Ginásio Alto e Baixo (gym), A Loja do Sr. Rocha (restaurant) and more are in the vicinity.

Estrela Basilica and Estrela Garden are 0.1 miles, Campo de Ourique Market and Bairro Alto are 0.5 miles, Lisbon Botanical Garden is 0.6 miles, Ribeira Market is 0.8 miles, Liberty Avenue is 0.9 miles, Jeronimos Monastery is 2.7 miles, Luz Football Stadium is 3.1 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport is 4.3 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $192

Cost per person (six people): $32




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Tejo90 Penthouse

Avenida 24 de Julho

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Bairro Alto

Featuring 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, free WiFi, air conditioning and a living room with TV, Tejo90 Penthouse sits near Okah (restaurant), UMAMI (restaurant), Dionysos (Greek tavern), O Riscas (restaurant), Raízes (restaurant), La Boulangerie (bakery), Nogueira’s (restaurant), Lyfetaste (winery), Plateau Lisbon Club (night club), Chérie Paloma (breakfast restaurant), Heim Cafe, Pintas (restaurant), Mercearia da Mila (coffee shop), Il Covo (restaurant), Garrafeira de Santos (wine store), Alfaitaria Bar, Armazém da Cachaça (restaurant), Batata Doce (restaurant), Zuari (Goan restaurant), Taska Da T’xika (restaurant), Apolo XI (cafe), Santissimo Restaurant and more.

Estrela Basilica, Bairro Alto and Oriente Museum are 0.6 miles, Estrela Garden, Santa Catarina Belvedere, Santa Catarina Viewpoint, Adamastor, Cais do Sodre and Ribeira Market are 0.7 miles, Metro Cais do Sodre is 0.8 miles, Commerce Square, Rossio Square and Dona Maria II National Theatre are 1.2 miles, Miradouro da Senhora do Monte is 1.7 miles, Gare do Oriente is 5.4 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport is 4.8 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $270

Cost per person (six people): $45



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Lovely Stay Penthouse

Travessa do Arco da Graça

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Martim Moniz

Lovely Stay Penthouse has 4 bedrooms, free WiFi, a living room, a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and oven and a flat-screen TV. Mint House (restaurant), Topo Martim Moniz (restaurant), Kin (Asian restaurant), Love Lisbon Martim Moniz (bar), Terras Gerais Bistro (Brazilian restaurant), Bim Bam (wine & tapas bar), Verde Minho (restaurant), Sherpa Mo Mo (restaurant), Solar31 (restaurant), Restaurante O Chefe e o Mar and Everest Montanha (restaurant) are all within range.

Martim Moniz, Martim Moniz Station, Dona Maria II National Theatre, Praca da Figueira and Rossio Station are 0.1 miles, Rossio Square, Coliseu dos Recreios, Restauradores Metro, Sao Cristovao and Sao Lourenço Church and Santa Justa Elevator are 0.2 miles, Luz Football Stadium is 3.6 miles, Gare do Oriente is 4.2 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport is 3.8 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $535

Cost per person (eight people): $67




Chiado Penthouse

Rua António Maria Cardoso

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Museu do Chiado

Chiado Penthouse offers 3 bedrooms, a large furnished rooftop terrace, free private parking, free WiFi, a fireplace, a living room, a fully-equipped kitchen and is located close to Meat Me (restaurant), Mini Bar, Familia Amorim Tattoo Shop, Café Lisboa, TNSC (concert hall), Cantinho do Avillez (restaurant), Grau Douro Tapas & Wine Bar, Pizzaria Lisboa (pizza restaurant), Xapuri Chiado (bistro), Bagos Chiado Restaurante, Quorum (restaurant), Restaurant das Flores, Landeau Chocolate, By the wine (wine bar) and more.

From here you’ll find Museu do Chiado, Café A Brasileira and Camoes Square 0.1 miles, Carmo Fountain, Bica Elevator, Carmo Convent and Ribeira Market 0.2 miles, Commerce Square 0.3 miles, Liberty Avenue 0.9 miles, Jeronimos Monastery 3.5 miles and Humberto Delgado Airport 4.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $968

Cost per person (four people): $242



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Your Lisbon Home Penthouse

Rua do Zambeze

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Vasco da Gama Tower

Your Lisbon Home Penthouse features 4 bedrooms, free WiFi, a terrace with city views, air conditioning, a kitchen with a dining area, private parking, a garden and is found close to: Bety’Sugarland (confectionary), O Adamastor (restaurant), Casa dos Frangos (restaurant), Guto café, I Am Fit (health club), Churrascaria da Avenida (steak house), BoloBolo (cafe), Pizzaria Dani & Klari (restaurant), O Apeadeiro (restaurant) and more.

This location is 0.2 miles from Moscavide Train Station, 0.3 miles from Vasco da Gama Tower, 0.6 miles from Meo Arena and Atlantic Pavilion, 0.7 miles from Vasco da Gama Shopping Center, Gare do Oriente and Lisbon Casino, 5.1 miles from Luz Football Stadium, 5.5 miles from Bairro Alto and Ribeira Market and 1.9 miles from Humberto Delgado Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $476

Cost per person (twelve people): $40



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So there you have them, hotels in Lisbon that are sure to help make for an unforgettable experience. We hope you have found this information useful and most of all, that you enjoy your time in Portugal!

32 Replies to “Hotels in Lisbon”

  1. That’s an awesome post. All the penthouse looks very cool. Portugal was in my travel list previous year, but didn’t get much time to go there. I’m glad that I get to find this amazing article in your website today. 

    Now, I feel more confident to make a travel plan there. I’ve bookmarked your site and will keep visiting for more of travel related information, as our family need it all the time. 

    Thanks a lot for sharing this useful post. I appreciate your efforts bringing it together. 

  2. These penthouses are awesome!
    In the states I stay in nice hotels such as the Marriott and Hilton and they are good enough for me.
    I cannot believe how different things are in Lisbon. I guess I’m just used to things in the country when I travel here in the U.S as opposed to staying in big cities.
    But I would love to stay in a penthouse such as these.
    I’m wondering if it’s much different than staying in a penthouse here in the U.S.?

    1. Thank you Rob! Staying in a penthouse is similar in each city in that they almost always provide amazing city views 🙂

  3. Lisbon has a wonderful warm climate, especially if you are coming from a cold climate,and just the right place for a holiday.

    The penthouses shown all have great vistas all round, and the privacy is great, if you want to relax in peace and quiet, with all the modern conveniences at hand.

    In spite of having the privacy, there are plenty of bars restaurants,and night clubs, and so on, for those who want entertainment.

    The Charming Private Penthouse, although only having two bedrooms,is fully equipped for cooking,and has all the restaurants, bars,and a gym,nearby, but has access to a theatre,oceanarium,and market,as wellas being close to the airport.

    So there is a wide choice, of really good accommodation, available for a first class holiday here.

    1. Thank you Robert, glad to hear you picked out something specific in The Charming Private Penthouse. This location has all those great amenities that you referenced. Happy travels!

  4. So many gorgeous choices and such amazing views as well. I am hoping to travel over there next year for a few weeks and I want luxury because I have earned the pleasure of staying somewhere beautiful so thank you. I have bookmarked this site foe my future needs

    Wow – stunning

  5. I just love the warm climate and always dreaming about how I can to see this marvelous city of Lisbon in Portugal. Nice to know that there are the available penthouses. Is can really suites all my family and friends together. I just love to explore new places and cities. Valuable information on this website of tourism definitely will be coming back  for more

    Great article thank you

    1. Nice to see you again Nijole and thank you! A warm climate certainly is enticing and glad to hear you found this one as well 😉

  6. I don’t know what it is about that bathroom in Penthouse Lisboa but it looks amazing!  I love that design!  It never crossed my mind to rent a penthouse while traveling but this opened my eyes, there are so many other options besides a standard hotel and this is something that I think I have to look into booking one of your penthouses next time my wife an I go traveling

    1. Ibrahim glad to hear that you found something particular that you like in the bathroom! A nice bathroom definitely is something that enhances any stay.

  7. Travessa do Arco da Graça looks amazing! Out of curiosity, that huge balcony on your picture, all of those is inclusive, right? That’s so huge considering 4 bedrooms and it’ll be a dream staycation on my next Portugal trip. Who would say no to having dinner on the rooftop overseeing the breathtaking Lisbon and all its beauty 😀

  8. Hi!
    Great post! I really wished I could stay in any of these penthouses, as they all are very luxurious and beautiful, but I guess they must also be very expensive. 

    I didn’t know much about sightseeing in Lisbon, so thank you for letting me learn something new today. It seems like there are many art museums there, so I will make sure to check them out if I ever visit Lisbon. 

    If I had to stay in one of these penthouses, I would choose the Lovely Stay Penthouse, because it is very near from the Dona Maria II National Theatre and I would really like to visit it. 



  9. Hi there!!
    Wow! this is amazing. Actually lisbin is a beautiful place to travel. But accommodation is a great matter of thinking. Thanks for sharing this about penthouses. This will help to find out the needed accommodation. The penthouses you have shown in the pictures are awesome. All are so nice to look. You described them well. I liked the Travessa do Arco da Graça most as it is looking so bueautiful and all places are comparetivly nearby. But wjat about the price? How do they charge?

  10. I want to appreciated you for this amazing posts on how to travel in Lisbon. This article will really help those traveling and seeking for comfortable accommodation. Lisbon Portugal hotels is indeed the right place, they ensure that the best penthouse rental accommodations are readily available for customers. They put out time to ensure that tourists/travellers are always comfortable. With Lisbon Portugal hotels comfort is guaranteed. 

  11. What a great list of penthouses.  The views are amazing and the accommodations are definitely luxury.  Lisbon is definitely one of the cities that I want to see in the future.  I really like how you broke down the prices of each penthouse per person.  Staying in a penthouse is very affordable when travelling with a few people, and much better than staying in a hotel.

    I have travelled to Europe before (Germany), and have always stayed in apartments because you have more space, and you have a complete kitchen to be able to cook meals if you wish.  It was great and very affordable.  

    Out of all the penthouses listed, I really like the view that the Estrela Penthouse has, it’s stunning.

    Thanks for this information.  It really makes me want to visit Lisbon soon.

    1. Jenny you’re welcome and thank you for the comments. Penthouse views are unbeatable and relative to standard hotel rooms, if done right, they can be similar in price or even less pricey. Germany is another beautiful place and to hear that you have been inspired by these Lisbon Portugal hotels is outstanding!

  12. Oh my! This is really great to see here. Lisbon iskne of my most lovely states in the world because everything seems really beautiful and great here. Lisbon has been on my bucketlist of where I must go before the next two years. Now, this is about the various pent houses here and I must say they all reflect beauty to tourists like me. So, I really do appreciate this and thank you for sharing

    1. Ella glad to see that you find Lisbon to be beautiful as we couldn’t agree more. Hopefully you will get to visit one of these Lisbon Portugal hotels within the next two years. Thanks for the comments!

  13. Lisbon has been on of my favourite places to go to. I have really wanted to just fly there one of this days but because of this pandemic, that has to be postponed. It’s a very good thing however to see that you can give such amount of details to  the different beautiful places that are in this beautiful city. The penthouses and the hotels all look so good. There are so many gun places to be in as well. Your details really pleased me. Thank you

    1. Hi Riley, yes you should always do the safe thing. That being said, it’s never a bad time to start planning your next trip. Thanks for commenting and glad to see these Lisbon Portugal hotels appeal to you.

  14. Wow 🤩! What an awesome sight to behold! These hotels are way too cool with nice and outstanding features especially the “Avenida Praia da Vitória” which is my dream place to be. 

    It will put an unending smile on my face if I’m opportuned to visit  Avenida Praia da Vitória and enjoy the view. 


  15. You might be aware that I am a regular visitor to your site. Being a person who loves to travel your posts are greater help to me. Your posts saving people’s time, trouble, effort, and money. Keep up the great work!

    3000K tourist per year tells the story and I am adding Lisbon Portugal (Global City) on my travel list. The background information you provided is very helpful and informative. Lovely Stay Penthouse is the one I am interested in and I always prefer Asian restaurants and it’s great news to know that they are nearby Lovely Stay Penthouse.

    The price is also under our budget and I am bookmarking your post for future reference.

    1. Paul absolutely and glad to see you again! As always you’ve made some great points and this time it’s good to see that these Lisbon Portugal hotels, especially Lovely Stay Penthouse, strike your fancy. Lovely Stay Penthouse is well-suited for group travel and offers some pretty amazing city views. Thanks for stopping back and hope to see you again soon!

  16. The first time went to portugal was as a kid and i loved the experience then. i was unable to get to lisbon at that time so i definitely could not have met these great places. hotels in lisbon seems to be so exquisite and i would love to have that experience again. maybe after the lock down is over.

    1. Kirkman after the lockdown is over these Lisbon Portugal hotels would make a great place to relive a childhood memory. And what better place than Lisboa!

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