The Memmo Principe Real is tucked away in a quiet corner of Lisbon’s Bairro Alto, one of the most atmospheric districts of this charming capital city. Its clean lines, as you might suspect, are architect-designed; the individual in question is the talented Samuel Torres de Cavalho. Inside, there’s an emphasis on artisan and bespoke design. Artist Barahona Possolo reimagines Winterhalter’s classic 1854 painting of the Royal Prince with playful touches alluding to the hotel itself. Ceramic artist Iva Viana sought inspiration from the plaster ceiling mouldings of yesteryear to create a focal point for the hotel’s reception area. 41 bedrooms feature Egyptian cotton bed linen, Bang & Olufsen TVs and Hermes toiletries. It’s this attention to detail that will delight at every turn.
Every afternoon, the hotel supplies a knowledgeable local guide to take guests on a free walking tour of Principe Real and the Bairro Alto. Learn about the history and culture of the place in which you stay in the company of an expert.
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