Accommodation In Lisbon
Believe in Belem
Home to Lisbon's largest collection of historic buildings and monuments, Belem is an area of the city that most visitors don't miss. Walk along the river and you'll be able to visit such attractions as Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery, Monument to the Discoveries and the Belem Cultural Center.
You can choose to stay amongst the historic atmosphere of Belem at the luxurious 5-star Altis Belem Hotel and Spa, where river views accompany modern rooms and an opulent rooftop pool. The 4-star Hotel Jeronimos 8, a revamped 1940s building, and the very affordable Famous Crows Hostel are two other great accommodation options.
A modern vision around Baixa
Lisbon's downtown area (Baixa) has a much younger feel than most other parts of the city, having been rebuilt after an 18th-Century earthquake. It's here you'll find the iconic Rua Augusta Arch leading into an open riverside square. Head in amongst the buildings for international and local restaurants, nightlife and shopping.
There are numerous hotels and hostels in Baixa, including 4-star options such as the Hotel Santa Justa, Lisboa Carmo Hotel and Vincci Baixa. More affordability can be found at the Albergaria Insulana, Hotel Lisboa Tejo and the Pensao Estacao Central.
Hotels with the Midas touch
Every now and then you encounter a hotel that delivers an exceptional stay, one for the hotel highlight reel. When visiting Lisbon, you can have this experience with more than one. Take the award-winning Britania Hotel, where tiled balconies reveal the city skyline. Or the 5-star Olissippo Lapa Palace, which houses you in an actual 19th-Century palace on a secluded hilltop.
Antiquity is luxury in Lisbon, such as at the Heritage Av Liberdade, a resorted 18th-Century building with opulence within every room. With these hotels providing touches of extravagance, you can rest assured your stay will be a memorable one.