Av. da Liberdade 185, 1269-050 Lisboa, Portugal
+351 21 319 8900
Tivoli LisboaAn elegant 5-star gem, Tivoli Lisboa is located on Avenida da Liberdade, a wide boulevard lined with trees and cobbled sidewalks extending from public square Praca Dos Restauradores up a long gradual hill to a massive roundabout with a magnificently ornate statue at the center honoring Marques de Pombal, a dictatorial prime minister best known for quickly rebuilding much of Lisbon after the devastating 1755 earthquake. Tivoli Lisboa is a quick walk from the more residential Baixa and Bairro Alto neighborhoods, a short amble down to the Rosio for shopping, or an interesting hike up through the narrow streets of the city’s oldest section, the Alfama, which still retains its labyrinthine Medieval street layout.
The 8 story 306 room Tivoli Lisboa that you see today was built in 1955 to meet the growing expectations of 1st class travelers. Tivoli staff continue this tradition with a steadfast dedication to impeccable hospitality that’s not merely a slogan but instilled in everything from the door men who genuinely greet you to on site restaurant staff who make excellent recommendations and ensure you’re satisfied. While rooms have different views and configurations, one constant is the regional artwork on display ranging from wall paintings by Portuguese painter Basalisa, João Hogan and Mily Possoz to engravings by Georges Landman.
You’ll always find a seat in the Tivoli’s grand lobby which is essentially a huge living room filled with plush armchairs and sofas. Two projection screens frequently show a mix of sports while the Tivoli Caffè is within arm’s reach where you can grab some bar bites or savor a house mixed cocktail like a “Smok’n in Havana” or an exquisite Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne until 1 A.M..
Recreating the ambiance of an authentic French brasserie, onsite Brasserie Flo brings together the best of traditional French cuisine and culture. You may luck out with a themed dinner where an accordionist serenades you while dining. On the top floor, Terraço Restaurant along with its open air terraces and Sky Bar is a destination in itself with breathtaking views of Old Town Lisbon. Equally impressive are the traditional Portuguese dishes and themed menus that periodically explore other culinary influences like Angola (a former territory of Portugal).
The Palacete, an historic mansion on the property grounds next to the heated outdoor pool surrounded by a semi-tropical garden serves as an opulent event space. Dating back to the XIX century, this former residence of the Counts of Sucena has been totally restored maintaining its character while featuring the latest technology for meetings and high profile gatherings.