Experience this capital's vibrant rooftop bars and historical facades from this ultra-stylish base.
Ask yourself – where would Don Draper check in on a layover in Lisbon? We're pretty sure the answer is the five-star boutique hotel, The Vintage.
This sophisticated hotel is filled with art and antiques, all effortlessly arranged in a nonchalant mid-century way that's sure to live up to Draper's expectations. From the sweeping views and bold colors in the bedrooms to the velvet bed covers and complimentary gin and tonic on arrival, every detail has been carefully considered to create an effortlessly chic base for exploring Portugal's capital.
The rooms at The Vintage are stylish, intimate, and come with unique views of Lisbon. The Vintage deluxe rooms give you a splendid view over the metropolis, while the castle suite spoils guests with a panorama of the city and the castle. However, it's the added details that really score points here. Take the minibar for example. Instead of the regular Coke and pot of Pringles, you can expect well-selected wine, roasted almonds, and decadent date and chocolate cookies.
The hotel also has a spa, complete with sauna and steam rooms, plus a rooftop bar when you can order a cocktail – from a menu of vintage favorites and modern revivals – and marvel at Lisbon's skyline.
The incredible amenities of The Vintage mean guests might be tempted into staying in, but the location of this chic designer pad also makes it the perfect spot to explore the most vibrant and beautiful corners of the Portuguese capital.
Situated on a quiet street in the city center, it's just around the corner to the upscale neighborhood of Principe Real, along with Lisbon's most eclectic cultural hub, the bohemian Bairro Alto. Known for its vibrant nightlife, charismatic bars, and restaurants, there's plenty to keep Don Draper and his crew entertained.
Museums and galleries like the Galeria de São Mamede and the National Museum of Natural History and Science are within a walking distance, and you can also take a stroll to the Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia(MAAT) at the mouth of the river Tagus – an architectural masterpiece that's an artwork in its own right.
Get in touch with one of our travel curators now and they'll start planning your stylish city trip to Lisbon.
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