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Olissippo Lapa Palace

Olissippo Lapa Palace Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Housed in a 19th century palace in a quiet, upscale neighborhood, the Olissippo Lapa Palace is one of the most iconic luxury hotels in Lisbon. It is known among well-heeled couples and business travelers for its excellent service, upscale amenities, and elegant rooms with modern conveniences. It boasts a wonderful spa, a lovely outdoor pool, fine and casual dining options (all pretty pricey), and classic decor throughout. But there’s a pesky fee for Wi-Fi, and the location is a little secluded, with only tram 25 and a couple of buses running nearby.
Hotel Real Palacio

Hotel Real Palacio Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 147-room Hotel Real Palacio feels like two separate hotels. Though all guests can enjoy the elegant lobby, which features antique furniture, classic artwork, and lots of natural sunlight from the windows framed with floral curtains, only 12 guests can stay in the Palace rooms, housed in the 17th-century palace. These rooms, though not ultra-luxurious, are decorated in a Rococo style reminiscent of when the palace was built; they feature canopied beds and rich curtains in pastel colors. But all other guests stay in rooms in the main building, which lack the historic look and feel. Instead, they have blonde, IKEA-like furniture and beds accented with striped red runners. All guests have access to the hotel's many amenities, which include two restaurants (one with a free breakfast buffet) and a health club outfitted with a fitness room, a Turkish bath, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, and one treatment room (which offers limited spa services). But the location is somewhat removed from the action.
Hotel Florida

Hotel Florida Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Florida is a historic boutique with a cool retro vibe throughout. Rooms feature fun, quirky decor (such as framed movie posters and green, geometric prints); plush beds with crisp white linens; electric kettles; flat-screen TVs; and mini-fridges. Family rooms are great for families and groups, as they offer a little more space and a third bed. Bathrooms still have generic Best Western style (the hotel used to be owned by the international chain until it was bought by Sterling Design), but feature Saboaria Portugueza toiletries, and are generally very clean. Property highlights include a pleasant winter garden with comfy couches, a full-service business center with an area for kids to play while parents use the computers, and a small bar. The restaurant attached to the hotel is a popular spot serving up international and Portuguese cuisine.
Hotel Lisboa

Hotel Lisboa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 60-room Hotel Lisboa is a mid-range boutique in a great location -- just off of Avenida da Liberdade and within walking distance of numerous sights. Though the lobby is empty and unimpressive, rooms are nice; they may not be particularly large or glamorous, but they feature sleek, Ikea-esque furniture, red pops of color, small modern bathrooms, and tiny mounted flat-screen TVs. There are few amenities -- and even fewer freebies -- at this hotel; there is no spa, fitness center, or pool, and Wi-Fi in the rooms comes at an additional fee. But there is a cozy bar and restaurant, and overall the hotel is a good value for the location.
Hotel da Estrela

Hotel da Estrela Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 19-room Hotel da Estrela is a stylish, quirky boutique in a quiet residential area a little out of the way of major attractions. The building was once a school, and the fun decor reflects that history (think: chalkboards, desks and shelves with school material). Rooms are spacious, bright and modern, with minibars, flat-screen TVs, and plush beds, plus upscale bathrooms with deep Japanese-style tubs and Castelbel toiletries. There’s a business center in the lounge, an honesty bar, and a pleasant garden, but the highlight here is the wonderful on-site cantina, in which patrons rate the food made by student cooks and pay what they feel is a fair price. But Wi-Fi is only free in the common areas (there’s free wired Internet in the rooms), and its location is not the most convenient for exploring the city on foot.
Heritage Av Liberdade

Heritage Av Liberdade Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 40-room hotel housed in an 18th-century building on bustling Avenida da Liberdade mixes modern decor with restored historic touches. (Most of the ironwork is original, as is the wooden front door.) The predominant look is sleek and contemporary. While the room decor isn't quite luxurious, it's certainly attractive, with warm chocolate and beige tones, pops of pattern, wood floors, and sepia-toned photographs. The reading lights attached to the headboards are a convenient detail. Many rooms have Juliette balconies looking out onto the tree-lined street, reminding guests of the hotel's fabulous location; numerous major sights -- as well as popular neighborhoods -- are within walking distance.
Chiado 16

Chiado 16 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 11-room Chiado 16 is a stylish, upscale hotel with a combination of rooms and apartment-like suites in a renovated 17th century building. Many of the chic, bright rooms have gigantic, luxurious bathrooms, all with ultra-modern fixtures and surfaces as well as bathrobes and iPod docks. Situated in the old part of town, in the neighborhood of Baixa, the property is set up a hill and enjoys spectacular views of the bay as well as over the rooftops of downtown. There are a plethora of small shops and restaurants in the immediate area. Wi-Fi is free and there is a charming breakfast room on-site.
Solar Do Castelo Hotel

Solar Do Castelo Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The historic Solar Do Castelo is different than any other hotel in Lisbon. The rooms are quaint (if not luxurious), and the breakfast buffet offers a ton of options for hungry guests. But the real reason tourists stay at this hotel is the location; not only is it convenient to numerous sights and neighborhoods in the city, but it is the only hotel within the walls of the medieval village surrounding St. George's Castle. It's quiet, and rich in history -- the hotel has preserved a large part of the architecture, as well as adding a small museum of artifacts off of the lobby. And a real highlight is the outdoor terrace, where peacocks congregate. None of the 14 rooms are decorated the same, and some feel more upscale than others. But all offer free Wi-Fi and plenty of charm.
Altis Avenida Hotel

Altis Avenida Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Altis Avenida is an elegant 70-room boutique in the heart of Lisbon. Attractions such as Avenida de Liberdade, St. George's Castle, and the lively Bairro Alto neighborhood are all within easy walking distance. The building dates back to the 1940s, and decor in the lobby and the rooms is inspired by this decade. The rooms are filled with design details and a color palette of gold, soft purples, and black. In-room amenities include luxurious marble bathrooms, big flat-screen TVs, free Wi-FI, and 24-hour room service. A chic rooftop bar and restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating along with beautiful city views. This Altis lacks the on-site amenities of some other hotels in the chain -- it has no spa, pool, or fitness center -- but it is a stylish, modern pick with fun design.
As Janelas Verdes Inn

As Janelas Verdes Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Verdes Inn is a charming boutique overlooking the Tagus and situated next to the Museum of Ancient Art. This 29-room hotel, part of an historic 18th-century palace, lacks the amenities of a larger hotel -- there is no spa or fitness center, and the business center consists of a desktop computer -- but the hotel's intimate size is part of the appeal. Guests come for the cozy (if simple) rooms and gorgeous common areas. Decor wouldn't look out of place in an upscale beach cottage; the antique-filled, wood-paneled library has an attached terrace overlooking the water that lets in a lot of natural light. And the garden area, surrounded by ivy-covered walls, is welcoming. The rooms aren't luxurious but they are attractive, with a pastel color scheme and floral curtains. But although nightlife and a couple of museums are within walking distance, serious tourists (as in those planning on exploring all day) may consider staying in a more central location along Avenida de Liberdade. Still, the Verdes Inn is a great spot for guests wanting gorgeous views and a quaint setting.


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