This hotel, in the oldest part of the city, has 42 rooms in a building from the 1800s which was once a shoe factory. Interiors focus on textures; from thick stone walls to rustic blankets and wooden bed frames, everything is aesthetically pleasing. Really, it’s the terrace that wows here; the pool, with its red tiles, is immediately attention-grabbing. Look beyond it, and you’ll be enchanted by the classic view of Lisbon’s winding streets and colourful buildings, which make this the ideal spot to enjoy a sundowner.
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