In the heart of Lisbon, the Pousada de Lisboa showcases timeless beauty in a desirable area of the historic city. Modern refinement and classic elegance combine in this 18th-century property.

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The Pousada de Lisboa is located near the disembarkation point of Portuguese ships that once set off from the Tejo River to find riches across the globe. Additionally, this building was once the home of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The sunflower yellow exterior welcomes guests into this grand restored property that lovingly preserves its past.

A luxurious urban experience awaits. Climb up the wide staircase covered in a decadent deep purple carpet. Natural light pours into the Classic rooms overlooking the riverside Terreiro do Paco square, while others peer out to the tiny streets and red tiled rooftops of the nearby neighborhood. Lovely balconies overlooking the City Hall and other historic sites make you feel like you are part of this vibrant city.

Vintage architectural details like intricate headboards and elegant statues mix with modern features like plush beds and sleek seating. High ceilings and chandeliers pay homage to the opulence of the past. Feel like a royal in the Suite Dom Perignon with its glamorous marble bathroom and two magnificent balconies. Walk through the long, elegant hallways decorated with art selected from galleries and museums throughout the country.

Take a dip in the indoor swimming pool at Pousada de Lisboa or relax in the sauna, Turkish bath, or with a massage in the spa. Lounge under the warm sun on the rooftop terrace, elevated above the city buzz.

Sip on a glass of champagne paired with a steak or a selection of seafood at the stylish restaurant on-site. A bright facade welcomes you take a seat inside or outside under the arched walkway overlooking the busy square. From this vantage your are perfectly positioned to be a spectator of Lisbon life.

Shop in the boutiques during the day and admire the modern art at the Museu do Chiado. Wander through Lisbon at night when the city comes alive, and sample tapas along the old streets or visit the waterfront bars for a glass of Portuguese wine. See the city lights twinkle on the white and red buildings that line winding streets, leading up high to the Sao Jorge Castle at the top of the hill.

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