Those looking for space, privacy, and a wallop of high-design in Lisbon need look no further. Situated near several museums in the elegant Chiado neighborhood, the 10 apartments here range in proportion from an amply-sized 66-square meter studio to a sprawling 120-square meter two-bedroom apartment with terrace, all with fully-equipped kitchens. What’s more, Ricardo Flora, whose family has owned the property since the early 20th century, expertly repurposes original detailing into a thoroughly modern aesthetic: for instance, in one apartment, old floor boards have been turned into a stunning bookcase, all with Tom Dixon lighting providing a contemporary backdrop. And despite its name, there’s more here on offer than just a luxury self-catering stay. Haute dining dishes from the one-Michelin starred restaurant, Alma, can be ferried up, and personalized tours, whether in Lisbon or outside the city, can be arranged.