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Pousada de Lisboa

Praça do Comércio 31-34, 1100-148 Lisboa, Portugal
+351 21 040 7640
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Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Riverfront Views at Lisbon's Beautiful Pousada de Lisboa Lisbon  Portugal
Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal
Riverfront Views at Lisbon's Beautiful Pousada de Lisboa Lisboa  Portugal

Pousada de Lisboa

The Pestana Hotel Group, which is behind the Pestana Palace Lisboa, has a knack for turning historical properties into luxe hotels, and the Pousada de Lisboa is no exception. Situated on Lisbon’s grandest square, the Praça do Comércio, the 90-room property occupies the elegant former home of the Ministry of Internal Administration. Room furnishings combine clean, modern lines with ornate wall moulding, and a neutral color scheme dominated by pale greens and whites. Choose one of the mezzanine rooms for views of the São Jorge Castle, while the high-ceilinged Suite Praça do Comércio offers sweeping vistas of the square and River Tagus from two large windows. The hotel’s RIB Beef & Wine restaurant caters to the expense account crowd, specializing in premium cuts of beef aged for 14, 28 or 60 days, served with a regional touch: Lodosa piquillo peppers. There’s also an indoor pool lined with loungers, and a spa offering a full range of treatments, including a body scrub inspired by the scents of the Madeira and Algarve.

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almost 3 years ago

Riverfront Views at Lisbon's Beautiful Pousada de Lisboa

Stay in the new 90-room Pousada de Lisboa for riverfront views and artwork on loan from local museums. Cruisers, watch for new routes heading to Portugal in 2016: A new terminal—outfitted with a rooftop restaurant and a smattering of boutiques—is slated to open at the Port of Lisbon in late 2016. This appeared in the Jan/Feb 2016 issue.