Set up in an 18th century palace – alongside the National Ancient Art Museum – this boutique hotel conserves the serenity of the gestures exchanged between ladies and gentlemen. A small unit comprising 29 rooms, a living room and a library with a view over the Tagus, its decoration maintains the unique atmosphere of the Portuguese noble homes.
Objets d’art, books and family photos suggest the scene for a novel. In actual fact, this house is thought to have been the inspiration for the famous «Ramalhete» from the work of literature «Os Maias» penned by Eça de Queirós. One of the most prominent authors of European «Romanticism», the «presence» of the writer who lived here is bedecked in details to be discovered during your stay.
In Spring the singing of the birds rocks your emotions whilst having breakfast in the garden whenever you like. Inside the house, the water from the fountain which embellishes the central line rises gently. The sun enters the rooms decorated in soft tones of coral and wood, uninvited. But it’s inviting! The bluer than blue horizon of the Tagus seen from the boutique hotel Heritage Lisboa “As Janelas Verdes”.
On the banks of the river Tagus, in the triangle of the old quarters of Lapa, Madragoa and Santos design district, you’ll find As Janelas Verdes, just next to the National Ancient Art Museum.
Rua das Janelas Verdes is a characteristic artery of Lisbon, still place for antique palaces, churches and convents converted today to several purposes.
Its location high over the river and the Docks makes this street, full of living memories of the past, the perfect scenario to live the genuine today’s lifestyle.
Restored aristocratic mansion dating from the late 18th century, blending modern comforts with antique furnishings.
Rua das Janelas Verdes, 47, 1200-690 Lisboa, Portugal