Pousada De Lisboa

Description

The Pousada sits in a magnificent stately building and overlooks the Tejo River. It has been beautifully restored and is now transformed into a luxurious hotel with many of the building’s traditional features incorporated into the decor. It has 90 rooms, many overlooking the Tejo River, and offers excellent facilities, including a spa, swimming pool and fitness centre. The two bars and restaurant, with views over the square, provide the ideal location to relax and unwind in one of Europe´s oldest capital cities. The inner courtyard with a removable dome is another feature of this beautiful hotel.

How To Arrive

The Pousada can easily be reached by taxi from the airport but a car would be useful if you intend exploring the surrounding area.

Location

In one of the most exclusive areas of downtown Lisbon, on the corner of Terreiro do Paco and right next to Praça do Comércio square. From here you can explore the city on foot or with the charming trolley lines.

Amenities

  • Restaurant
  • Inner courtyard
  • Spa
  • Gym
  • Lift
  • Two bars
  • Heated indoor pool
  • Treatment room
  • Sauna
  • Free WiFi
  • 24h reception Parking

Activities

  • Sintra 25 km -A UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its fairytale palaces, incredible vistas, and notable museum collections.
  • Estoril 24 km - A cosmopolitan coastal town which has maintained its somewhat faded grandeur. The picturesque beach of Tamariz is overlooked by a castle and has many cafes and bars. Behind the beach is the casino which was the inspiration for Ian Fleming’s James Bond and Casino Royal.
  • Cascais 24 km -A former fishing village, now a cosmopolitan beach town.
  • Guincho 35 km - The magnificent sandy Atlantic beach of Guincho has some of the best rollers in Europe – it’s a true paradise for surfers.
  • Mafra 42 km - When built, the gigantic Mafra Palace was intended to compete in magnificence and grandeur with Spain’s Escorial and St. Peter’s in Rome.
  • Ericeira 54 km - A charming fishing village with narrow streets, whitewashed houses, sandy beaches and excellent seafood restaurants.
  • Queluz 14 km - The Palace of Queluz is Portugal’s finest example of Rococo architecture.
  • Setubal 48 km - An industrious fishing town with a charming old centre. It’s striking 15th century Gothic-Manueline Church of Jesus is recognised as the earliest example of Manueline architecture in Portugal and it was described by Hans Christian Andersen as ‘one of the most beautiful small churches I have ever seen.’
  • Troia (15 minute car ferry trip from Setubal) - A stunning peninsula with 18km of clean, soft sandy beaches, some of the cleanest in Portugal. Although parts of the island are built up you can still find untouched, secluded sandy beaches. There is also an 18 hole Championship golf course and restaurants famous for their seafood.
  • Sesimbra 39 km - A small fishing village overlooked by a Moorish castle. It has excellent beaches and seafood restaurants who serve the day’s catch of local fishermen.
  • Arrabida National Park 40 km - Stretching to the Atlantic Ocean, the park boasts a spectacular granite ridge and the area is a haven for wildlife. The Portinho de Arrabida, where the Park meets the Ocean, is a sheltered beach with crystal clear waters.

Nearest Paradores

  • Pousada de Queluz 17 km
  • Pousada de Cascais 32 km
  • Pousada de Palmela 43 km
  • Pousada de Obidos 87 km

Room Types & Prices

CLASSIC ROOM – from € 225.00 / night B&B

SUPERIOR ROOM – from € 232.00 / night B&B

DELUXE FAMILY – from € 261.00 / night B&B

SUPERIOR FAMILY – from € 237.00 / night B&B

DUPLEX ROOM – from € 299.00 / night B&B

DELUXE ROOM – from € 251.00 / night B&B

DUPLEX FAMILY – from € 375.00 / night B&B

STANDARD SUITE – from € 375.00 / night B&B

SUITE PRAÇA DO COMÉRCIO – from € 546.00 / night B&B

SUITE DOM PÉRIGNON – from € 878.00 / night B&B