Perfectly situated for exploring the Portuguese capital, this landmark address sits next to elegantly designed Eduardo VII Park in the heart of the action. A five-star hotel with all the trappings of luxury, it sets the scene for seeing Lisbon’s many monuments and azulejo tile-covered facades. Much of the best sights are within walking distance, though a metro station sits just moments from the hotel should you need it.
An indoor lap pool, serene relaxation rooms and a wealth of beauty treatments using the very best Sodashi and ESPA products are just some of the reasons to take time out at the gorgeous spa of the Four Seasons. With its windows overlooking the park and gardens, and flickering candles and soothing aromas inducing a state of calm, embark on a journey of massages, facials and anti-ageing treatments that will leave you feeling truly revived.
The rooms and suites of the Four Seasons have a classic and stately appeal, with the feel of a home from home. Some 272 rooms out of 282 have private terraces looking out over the likes of the garden or parkland and city icons like St George’s Castle. Spacious and filled with natural light, they feature 18th-century-style furniture as well as paintings and fine artworks. Bathrooms come with double vanities, acres of marble and comfy robes and L'Occitane products.
Boasting first-rate concierge services, the Four Seasons can tailor every part of your stay in Lisbon. Unique experiences include a motorcycle sidecar tour with a photography tutor, stopping at choice locations to snap away at evocative scenes. Special itineraries for families include trips to the zoo and oceanarium. Guests who want to keep fit can make use of the rooftop jogging track, or hit the gym with its large glass windows and city views.
A reason to eat local if ever there was one, Varanda restaurant has a packed wine cellar and views over the Eduardo VII Park. Chef Pascal Meynard presides over some fine fish and seafood, inspired by his French Basque roots. The likes of caldeiradas and cataplana also grace the menu. For lunch, a legendary buffet brings a wealth of ingredients and dishes to your table, alongside five hot courses. Afternoon teas at Almada Negreiros Lounge or rare ports at the Ritz Bar are also highly advisable.
Rua Roderigo Da Fonseca 881093 LisbonPortugal