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Bairro Alto Hotel
Number of Rooms
55
Number of Floors
5


Amenities:
Bairro Alto Hotel
  • Family Rooms
  • Room service
  • Fitness center
  • Business center
  • Meeting rooms
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • High-speed internet
  • Luxury

Bairro Alto Hotel

Bairro Alto Hotel

Bairro Alto Hotel

Bairro Alto Hotel -
Bairro Alto Hotel -

Location

Praca Luis De Camoes No 2
Lisbon, PT
1200 243

Description: Bairro Alto Hotel

A minimalist expression of a multitude of Lisboan influences, the lobby is remarkable for the sense of space and peace that it imparts; a marked contrast to the buzz of the streets outside. Guests are greeted by two large contemporary wrought iron sculptures, made by the celebrated artist Rui Chafes, suspended within alcoves carved out of traditional Lioz stone. On either side, two archways coated in white colonial lacquer, lead through to the bar on one side and the reception area on the other, this lacquer effect carried through into the restaurant area. Two dark green benches of sixteenth century design are the only furniture in the lobby, causing the eye to be naturally drawn to the abstract rose-shaped mosaic in the centre of the floor. This Venetian-styled 'terrazzo' marble floor runs throughout the hotel's public areas contributing to the fluidity of space and imparting a sense of calm. Bringing the outside in, Moorish-inspired 'azulejos' panels of green, white and cinnamon-colored tiles line the walls of the ground floor areas. These glazed tiles are a distinctive feature found on the exterior walls of traditional Portuguese houses. Key Selling Features Located in the fashionable Bairro Alto district, the traditional heartland of intellectuals, artists and revolutionaries, Bairro Alto Hotel is Lisbon's first contemporary boutique hotel. Intimate in size it is the perfect base to explore this magical city steeped in history. Capturing the indomitable spirit of exploration that pervades Lisbon, a city long associated with explorers, traders and settlers, Bairro Alto Hotel both embraces the Portuguese architectural tradition, while respectively turning it on its head. Bairro Alto Hotel represents a fusion of the old with the new, it pays homage to the country's architectural and design styles through the ages, including exotic influences of its former colonies, while interweaving contemporary materials, August 1 to 31, 2011: The hotel fa????ade will undertake a cleaning intervention. The hotel will make every effort to cause as little disturbance as possible., August 22 to 26 (inclusive), 2011: The caf????-bar will be open all month and the Hotel Terrace Bar will be closed for maintenance.

Room Descriptions

Single Room

18 sq.meters. Equipped with Plasma screens/DVD player/WIFI Internet connection

Mansard Room

Located on 5th fl w/traditional Mansard roof. Wallpaper on the walls and ceiling. The wallpaper and the floral bed linen both sourced from Ralph Lauren. The paneling and the furniture embedded into the walls are ivory-lacquerred. DVD Player/WIFI Internet

Superior Room

Between 23 and 28 sqm with Queen or Twin Bedding. Equipped with Plasma screens/DVD player/ WIFI Internet connection. The bedrooms follow four color themes- each of them typically Portuguese: yellow/ivory/blue-grey and red

Prestige Room

Between 33 to 35 sq. meters. Equipped with Plasma screens/DVD Player/WIFI Internet connection. The bathrooms feature an old fashioned freestanding bath in addition with separate shower

Deluxe Room

Between 25 and 27 sqm. Equipped with Plasma screens/DVD player/WIFI Internet connection.

One Bedroom Suite

Separate sitting area - both equipped with Plasma screens. DVD Player/WIFI Internet connection. The bathrooms feature double wash basins/an old fashioned freestanding bath in addition with separate shower with a 30cm head. Between 55 and 59 sq. meters

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