It's east of Lisbon, about a six-mile drive from the city center
Room service is available 24 hours a day
Parking is available for an additional $21 per day
Parking on site
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Striking hotel on Lisbon's Tagus River with retro rooms, an indoor pool and a spa with panoramic vistas
On the banks of Lisbon's Tagus River, the Myriad by Sana is a striking property designed by Portuguese architect Nuno Leónidas. Resembling a giant sailboat (a nod to Dubai's iconic Burj Al Arab), the futuristic glass building soars 469 feet tall and offers impressive skyline views. The light-flooded glass atrium is dotted with artworks, bold pops of color and chandeliers that resemble huge jellyfish. The 186 guestrooms evoke the swinging ’60s with red shag carpets and retro bubble chairs that hang from the ceiling. Contemporary creature comforts include Nespresso coffee machines and whirlpool baths or hydromassage showers. Head to the ground-floor River Lounge for all-day dining (choose from several authentic Portuguese options), and follow up with an alfresco drink on the wooden deck overlooking the Tagus River. The Sayanna spa is up on the 23rd floor and features an indoor pool, a flotation tank, sensory showers, a Turkish bath and treatment rooms with panoramic vistas. The gym is open 24 hours a day.
In the Area
Take a guided tour of Lisbon’s mind-blowing street art. The city has become a world graffiti capital, and the local government even has a department dedicated to promoting it. Take the Elevador de Santa Justa from Baixa to Largo do Carmo, a neo-Gothic wrought iron elevator dating from 1902. It was state-of-the-art when it opened, and the views from the 150-foot-high platform are still impressive. The Museu Calouste Gulbenkian has a wondrous collection of 6,000 ancient and modern artifacts and works of art, and on Sunday afternoons it hosts free concerts. Try your luck at the Casino de Estoril, one of Europe’s oldest, grandest and biggest casinos. Non-gamblers can enjoy its glitzy club, Jezebel, which moves to nearby Tamariz Beach in summer.