Fathom Favorites : Lisbon Hotels

1. Casa C'Alma

Casa C'Alma

A boutique guesthouse with only five rooms overlooking a charming little park in trendy Principe Real. Guests are intended to relax — the vibes are hospitable and the design is minimalist and Scandi-inspired.

Praça das Flores, 48 
Lisbon, 1200-192 
+351 919 430 494

2. Valverde Hotel

Valverde Hotel

Decorated in warm colors, on the upscale Avenida da Liberdade, the 5-star hotel has an inviting patio and small swimming pool. Locals hang out here for brunch on the patio or after-work cocktails.

Avenida Da Liberdade, 164
Lisbon, 1250–146

3. Casa das Janelas com Vista

Casa das Janelas com Vista

A beautiful B&B on a peaceful street in one of the city's hippest neighborhoods has superb views, perfect for those wanting a homey vibe. The decor blends cool with cozy.

Rua Nova do Loureiro, 35
Lisbon, 1200-293

4. Hotel Bairro Alto

Hotel Bairro Alto

Bordering the historical Chiado and the bohemian Bairro Alto neighborhoods, this hotel brings its central location into the design, blending classic cultural pieces with exotic splashes of contemporary design. It is walking distance from Lisbon’s main attractions, including São Carlos Theatre, Basilica of the Martyrs, and A Brasileira, the famous pastry shop.

Praça Luís de Camões, 2
Lisbon, 1200-243

5. Baixa House

Baixa House

Refurbished from the late 18th century, this 12-room apartment building maintains original construction elements like antique wood floors and paneled ceilings — authentic Portuguese design. The delicately decorated apartments blend the best of both worlds: apartment-style rooms give guests their own living space while full-service and personalized recommendations can be given when needed.

Rua dos Fanqueiros, 81

6. Memmo Príncipe Real

Memmo Príncipe Real

From the same owners of the amazing Memmo Alfama, this recently opened 5-star boutique hotel in Lisbon’s trendiest neighborhood doubles as a secret sightseeing spot — the city views are breathtaking. The neighborhood remains a residential district filled with gardens, a couple of the city's most tranquil squares, and colorful mansions.


Rua D. Pedro V, 56
LISBON, 1250-094

7. Hotel 1908

Hotel 1908

A hip new spot set in a gorgeous building (circa1908) in the most up-and-coming and multicultural part of town. It hosts a gallery featuring pieces by contemporary Portuguese artists Vanessa Teodoro, Bordallo II, David Oliveira, and Irmãos Marques.

Largo do Intendente Pina Manique, N. 6
Lisbon, 1100-285

8. Santa Clara 1728

Santa Clara 1728

Enjoy the serene design by local architect Manuel Aires Mateus in this refurbished 18th-century building offering six spacious rooms, a communal dining table, and a secluded garden. On the hotel’s doorstep you’ll find the legendary flea market Feira da Ladra, which is open every Tuesday and Saturday.

Campo de Santa Clara, 128
Lisbon, 1100-473

9. Verride Palácio Santa Catarina

Verride Palácio Santa Catarina

Originally the home of a Portuguese count, this elegant building was transformed into a hotel by architect Teresa Nones da Ponte and interior designer Andrea Previ. It blends classical Portuguese architecture with sleek, modern decor. The Queen’s and King’s Suites are the hotel’s crowning achievements, showcasing original decorative details like Rococo-style molding, hand-painted 18th-century Portuguese tiles, and intricately carved wood paneling.

Rua de Santa Catarina, 1
Lisbon, 1200-401