A supremely chic stay in downtown Lisbon in an award-winning Art Nouveau buildingExploring the alternative, hotspots in the neighbourhoods of Mouraria, Graça and downtown Lisbon
Slumbering among chic interiors in a hotel bursting with historic charm
Treating yourself to a blow-out lunch at the unmissable Cervejaria Ramiro nearby
Watching the sunset from one of the city’s many unique miradouros
What To Know
It's steps from the water
The hotel offers transfers to the train station nearby
Hip Lisbon stay in an award-winning building by architect Adães Bermudes, including breakfast
A uniquely cool capital, Lisbon’s recent riverside development sits alongside undiminished traditions putting this European capital at the top of traveller's wishlists. It glows with a surreal light that is diffused and reflected around its seven hills by the Tagus river and the city’s limestone-tiled streets. It is a beguiling blend of sun-bleached, time-worn charm and a bursting, contemporary cultural scene. Magnificent monasteries and Moorish castles sit alongside modern museums and art galleries, whilst a lively shopping scene and a vibrant nightlife complete the urban tableau. All this is veined with tramways, cobbled lanes and tree-lined streets, making for a truly captivating stay.
Hotel 1908 sits within walking distance of all this in the corner of the Almirante Reis Avenue (the address of Cervejaria Ramiro) and Intendente Square (home of hip-casual hang-out Casa Independente) in downtown Lisbon. This area has gone through the most notable transformation in recent years and the hotel seamlessly meshes old and new. Having been only recently renovated, original Art Nouveau features are offset by chic modern amenities and carefully chosen vintage-inspired items throughout the spacious bedrooms. Boasting an ever-evolving art gallery of up-and-coming artists, Hotel 1908 also offers a relaxed bar to enjoy a post-sightseeing cocktail and Infame Restaurant for Chef Nuno Bandeira de Lima’s Portuguese-fusion cuisine.