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The 10 Best Boutique Hotels in Lisbon, Portugal [2024]

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Lisbon is the vibrant capital of Portugal and is known for its stunning landscapes and its rich culture. From the charming cafés to the beautiful pastel-colored houses in the old city, Lisbon is full of gorgeous sights to discover and unforgettable gastronomy.

And Lisbon has a selection of boutique hotels to match its vibrancy — let’s take a look at the top picks!

The Best Boutique Hotels in Lisbon

Bairro Alto Hotel

Bairro Alto Hotel
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Price: From $468 per night

Bairro Alto Hotel is a stylish hotel in one of Lisbon’s trendiest areas, close to the Brasileira Café and the number 28 tram. Guests staying at Bairro Alto Hotel have convenient access to upscale shops and fine-dining restaurants.

The personalized service at Bairro Alto Hotel sets it apart, offering a curated accommodation experience that goes beyond the typical boutique offering. There is a patisserie on the ground floor, a rooftop terrace offering amazing views and light bites during the day, and a terrace with all-day dining options overlooking the Tagus River.

Rooms at Bairro Alto Hotel feature a Bluetooth Marshall speaker, an espresso machine with complimentary capsules, and a pillow menu.

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Baixa House

Baixa House
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Price: From $215 per night

Baixa House offers boutique accommodation in the heart of Lisbon. Located in a building dating back to the 18th century, the convenient location of the Baixa House gives guests easy access to some of the best attractions in the city.

The Praça do Comércio, Rossio Square, and the Praça da Figueira are only steps away from the hotel, with the Chiado neighborhood only a short walk away. The hotel is also located near public transportation options that provide connections to the rest of the city.

The serviced boutique apartments at Baixa House are full of practical and luxurious details like handcrafted Portuguese furnishings, laundry service, daily housekeeping, and more. Each apartment at Baixa House is named after a Lisbon garden and takes design inspiration from it, too.

Casa das Janelas Com Vista

Casa das Janelas Com Vista
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Price: From $157 per night

The Casa das Janelas Com Vista provides charming boutique accommodation in a secluded part of Bairro Alto. This hidden gem treats guests to a private oasis in the city with a Pombaline-style design.

The hotel is close to Praça do Comércio and the São Jorge Castle. The personalized service at Casa das Janelas Com Vista makes it feel like home. There’s a welcoming shared living room where guests can indulge in local treats while socializing, and there’s a small terrace that allows guests to soak up the sun while unwinding.

Rooms at Casa das Janelas Com Vista include a spacious en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, among other features.

The Ivens

The Ivens
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Price: From $486 per night

The elegant The Ivens can be found in Lisbon’s vibrant Chiado neighborhood, close to the banks of the Tagus River and only a short walk away from São Jorge Castle. This stylish boutique destination is located in a building dating back to the 19th century.

The Ivens provides easy access to some of the best shopping and dining the city has to offer, much of which is just steps from the hotel. There are several eateries available on site, from the Italian fine-dining restaurant to the seafood gastro bar and the dessert bar.

Accommodation options at The Ivens include refined guest rooms with premium options, along with suites. Each room features a king-size bed and opulent bathrooms with designer Jo Malone toiletries.

Le Consulat

Le Consulat
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Price: From $216 per night

After serving as the Brazilian consulate in Lisbon for over 100 years, the building that houses Le Consulat was converted into a boutique destination. The hotel can be found in Chiado’s upscale Praça Luis de Camoes, close to the neighborhoods of Alfama, Bairro Alto, and Baixa areas.

The interiors of the hotel have been designed in collaboration with Lisbon’s art galleries to provide luxurious décor that complements the boutique amenities on offer at Le Consulat. On the first floor, guests can find Rove, the restaurant and lounge where everyone can enjoy a handcrafted cocktail and a decadent meal.

Accommodation options at Le Consulat include sophisticated guest rooms, suites, and apartments. Each room has a Nespresso coffee maker and other comforts.

The Lumiares

The Lumiares
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Price: From $415 per night

The Lumiares is a boutique destination that pays homage to Lisbon in every detail. This 5-star hotel can be found in Bairro Alto, close to Restauradores Square and the São Jorge Castle.

The design of the hotel is the fruit of extensive collaboration with Lisbon-based artisans and creators. The Lumiares features a rooftop bar and restaurant, and guests can enjoy a variety of wellness treatments at the on-site spa. There is also a café, and guests can enjoy 24-hour access to the gym so they can work out whenever they wish.

Accommodation options range from studios to the sprawling and exclusive penthouse. Each room features a coffee machine, soundproof windows, and wireless speakers.

Palácio Ludovice

Palacio Ludovice
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Price: From $259 per night

The imposing Palácio Ludovice can be found in an enviable Lisbon location with great access to the Chiado, Príncipe Real, and Barrio Alto neighborhoods. The magnificent building was completed in the 18th century as the private residence of the royal architect.

It now offers boutique accommodations in an unforgettable setting. Many original details like fresco paintings and stucco ceilings have been preserved and continue to adorn every space in the hotel.

Palácio Ludovice specializes in treating guests to opulent experiences like curated wine tastings, Caudalie wellness treatments, and decadent fine dining. There is also a state-of-the-art gym for guests.

Some of the rooms and suites at Palácio Ludovice have private balconies with views over the courtyard or the city. Each room features a pillow menu, large windows, and deluxe Caudalie toiletries in the bathroom.

Santiago de Alfama

Santiago de Alfama
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Price: From $289 per night

The popular Santiago de Alfama can be found in a restored palace dating back to the 15th century. Guests staying at the Santiago de Alfama can take a leisurely walk to the São Jorge Castle and the Miradouro de Santa Luzia. Guests can be charmed by the views over the Alfama neighborhood, which features incredible red-tile roofs that lead down to the sea.

The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, a concierge ready to offer personalized service, a cocktail lounge, a trendy bar, a coffee shop, and a fine-dining restaurant.

Each room at the Santiago includes a minibar, an espresso machine, and premium toiletries. Guests also have access to a spa, and turndown service is available in the evenings.

Valverde Hotel

Valverde Hotel
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Price: From $382 per night

Valverde Hotel can be found in the upscale Avenida da Liberdade, in the heart of Lisbon. Full of classic elegance and luxurious contemporary design, this boutique destination offers an exclusive oasis in the middle of the city, but it’s close to a metro station so guests have easy access to the entire city.

Just off the courtyard, guests can find the on-site bar and restaurant, with its stylish high ceilings, handcrafted drinks, and sophisticated menu. A 24-hour front desk and concierge are also available. There is a wellness treatment room where guests can enjoy curated massages.

The rooms and suites at the Valverde are all designed with comfort and style in mind. Each of them features daily housekeeping, a safe, a minibar, and more.

Verride Palácio Santa Catarina

Verride Palacio Santa Catarina
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Price: From $485 per night

The Verride Palácio Santa Catarina can be found in a renovated townhouse in the heart of Lisbon, dating back to the 18th century. Guests staying at the hotel can easily explore the many wonders of the old town, with the Tagus River only a short walk away, too.

The restaurant is a huge hit with locals and tourists alike, and the swimming pool and rooftop bar offer incredible views over the surrounding area. This eco-friendly boutique destination also offers a massage room, and a personalized gourmet breakfast served every day, made from fresh local ingredients.

Verride Palacio Santa Catarina is a pet-friendly hotel and includes a winter garden where guests can enjoy breakfast or light bites and drinks during the day. Rooms include a Nespresso coffee machine and a minibar.

Final Thoughts

Lisbon will leave an impression on anyone who visits — there’s so much to see, do, eat, and experience. Make sure to book a stay at any one of these boutique properties to make sure your time in the city is even more memorable.

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Amar is an avid traveler and tester of products. He has spent the last 13 years traveling all 7 continents and has put the products to the test on each of them. He has contributed to publications including Forbes, the Huffington Post, and more.

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