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Historic Hotels in Portugal
Portugal is undeniably magical, with wine-drenched Spain to the east and the sprawling Atlantic Ocean to the west. One of Europe’s earliest nations and the oldest country on the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal overflows with historical sites and culture. Much of the country’s history is chronicled in the Azulejo-tile murals that blanket Portuguese cities, remnants of its Islamic and Italian influences. To the north, viticulture runs deep in the Douro Valley, the globe’s oldest demarcated wine region. In the coastal capital of Lisbon, Belém Tower rises above the Tagus River, while nearby Jeronimos Monastery stands as a monument to the power of Portugal during the Age of Exploration. Farther south, the cultural landscape of Sintra is renowned for both its natural beauty and European Romantic architecture. Fortunately, with over 300 days of sunshine annually, there is plenty of time to explore it all.
Historic Hotels in Portugal
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As Janelas Verdes
Located adjacent to the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga (National Museum of Ancient Art), As Janelas Verdes is a historic boutique hotel in the heart of Lisbon, Portugal. With its story book garden and rooftop library, this 18th-century mansion emits a romantic and welcoming feeling.
Heritage Avenida Liberdade
Located on Lisbon’s main thoroughfare, Heritage Avenida Liberdade seamlessly bridges the gap between history and contemporary comfort.
Hotel Britania Art Deco
The only surviving original Art Deco hotel in Lisbon, Hotel Britania Art Deco evocatively celebrates its rich history. It’s located on a quiet street, right alongside the exclusive Avenida da Liberdade.
Hotel Lisboa Plaza
Situated alongside one of the most exclusive shopping boulevards in Europe, Hotel Lisboa Plaza is a place of tradition amid the hustle and bustle of Lisbon that reflects the nostalgic energy of the city during the 1950s.
Solar do Castelo
Set within the walls of São Jorge Castle in an 18th-century mansion, Solar Do Castelo is a royal refuge in the heart of Lisbon.
The Editory Riverside – Santa Apolónia
On the bank of the Tagus River, The Editory Riverside Santa Apolónia Lisboa Hotel is housed within the circa-1865 Santa Apolónia Station. This active train station is Portugal’s oldest railway terminal, making it a convenient location for exploring the city. This distinctive Neoclassical-style hotel offers 126 refined guestrooms and suites, many with sweeping river views, as well as an elegant onsite restaurant, all of which boast aesthetic touches that nod to the train station origins.
Tivoli Palacio de Seteais
Located amid a UNESCO World Heritage site and perched atop a privileged mountainside location in Sintra, Portugal, Tivoli Palácio de Seteais boasts unique 18th-century splendor that is rarely seen in European hotels today. Fully restored and remodeled, the lavishly decorated rooms with furnishings of extraordinary wealth and the ballrooms with their rich tapestries and incredible frescos make this stunning hotel a culturally rich and historically diverse experience.
Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa
For over 80 years, the high standards of quality and level of service have made the Tivoli Lisboa a landmark among Lisbon hotels. With its cosmopolitan lobby and stunning Sky Bar, it is a natural choice of top executives for meetings and banqueting in the hotel, or within its own purpose-built Conference and Events Centre.