Hotels in Lisbon: from classic places to aparthotels and Airbnbs

When you search for hotels in Lisbon, you are faced with a myriad of attractive, if unconventional, options. While you’re sure to find your crop of classic staycations, this isn’t a city that’s overflowing with traditional hotels. The best places to stay in Lisbon offer a more immersive dive into the culture of the old town, including self-service apartments designed to feel like home, old 18th-century buildings renovated by famous Portuguese architects offering communal meals on site. , and a family home turned hotel where the family acts as host. There’s also an abundance of stylish Airbnbs in any neighborhood you choose if you prefer to go that route. The one thing all of these stays have in common is that they each serve as the perfect launching pad for exploring the maze of Lisbon with its bustling old streets, bustling nightlife, evolving foodie scene, and picturesque beaches. Below are the 18 best Lisbon hotels and unique stays to book if you’re traveling to Portugal this summer.

Classic hotels

The Four Seasons Ritz caters to fundamentally traditional travelers who opt for a luxury stay (including a Michelin-starred restaurant!) in an environment that certainly won’t disappoint. Art decoration interiors meet exceptional service here; and an added bonus is the wellness offering with the chic indoor pool and rooftop running track.

Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Ritz

In the heart of Lisbon’s old town, housed in an 18th-century palace restored for modern comfort, this hotel offers 18 luxurious rooms adorned with original stuccowork that will make you feel like royalty. On the roof, the Suba restaurant is next to the swimming pool and offers a panoramic view of the sea with the backdrop of the red roofs of Lisbon.

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