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Memmo Alfama
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We have such beautiful places in Portugal today we bring to you the Top 5 Lisbon’s must-visit hotels with the most inspired decor. The details, the history the ancient ruins and yellow trams, no wonder that Lisbon is such a hot destination of the country. So take a look.

1. Santa Clara 1728

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Housed inside an 18th-century the most romantic squares is Santa Clara 1728. The hotel has been designed by local architect Manuel Aires Mateus, whose clean, modern interiors are refreshing trimmings to the building’s ancient walls.

2. Verride Palácio Santa Catarina

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Located in Lisbon’s hipster Chiado quarter, Verride Palácio Santa Catarina was revitalized into a modern boutique hotel by architect Teresa Nunes da Ponte, who meticulously restored the intricate Pombalino interiors including the wrought iron staircase, ornamental ceilings, Portuguese and Greek marble, and original blue and white azulejo tiles.

3. Memmo Alfama

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The romantic Alfama neighborhood is a maze of narrow cobbled streets lined with orange trees and trendy terrace bars and crowned with an ancient cloistered cathedral. Memmo Alfama has an uber-contemporary feel, from the exterior mural by conceptual artist Vhils (Alexandre Farto) to the clever minimalist design by local architect Samuel Torres de Carvalho.
Views from the 42 rooms will not disappoint, whether you opt for patio, Bairro or river vista. Egyptian-cotton bed linens make for a comfortable night’s sleep, while a well-stocked wine bar provides gourmet snacks and African, Brazilian and Portuguese dance tracks.

4.  AlmaLusa Baixa-Chiado

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Tucked into a charming corner, AlmaLusa Baixa-Chiado is a boutique hotel offering a slice of history and rooms with a view from within its 18th-century frame. Once the city’s arsenal, it sits on the magnificent Praça de Munícipio, one of Lisbon’s most emblematic squares, which is paved with its characteristic, cobblestones and is dominated by the neoclassical façade of the City Hall.

The 28-room gem draws on all things Portuguese, where, from textiles to soaps, designer Giano Gonçalves has skilfully woven original flagstone floors and ancient fireplaces with 21st-century comfort and technology.

5. The Lumiares

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Located on one of Lisbon’s seven hills in the charming Bairro Alto district, The Lumiares skilfully blends the 18th and 21st centuries to feature 53 guestrooms, a spa, two restaurants, and a bar, with dramatic effect.
The original sweeping stone staircase takes a center position under a Beau McClellan-designed cubic brass lighting installation that echoes the geometric black and white flooring in the lobby and the bespoke hand-woven tapestries from rug brand Ferreira de Sá in every room.

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