Memmo Principe Real
At a Glance
Sleek, modern boutique hotel with panoramic city views
The outdoor heated pool and al fresco bar are a popular spot for sunset cocktails
Central location within walking distance of Lisbon’s historic sites
Situated in the upscale Principe Real district, close to antique shops, art galleries and restaurants
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
Lisbon is a year-round destination, although the city can be busy during the summer months. Spring and autumn are some of the best times to visit.
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A modern boutique property, centrally located with Lisbon's shops, restaurants and sights in walking distance. Memmo Principe Real is a fashionable spot, popular with locals and ideal for couples looking to explore one of the city’s most charming areas.
The Memmo Principe Real is a high-design boutique property, a sleek, white minimalist cube set into the hillside and surrounded by residential buildings, typical of Lisbon’s historic architecture. With only 41 rooms, an outdoor pool with city views and a lively restaurant and alfresco bar, it is a popular option for the local crowd and visitors alike. Being ideally located for both sightseeing and wandering, and surrounded by the antique shops and art galleries of the upmarket Principe Real district, the property makes a great option for couples.
Set in a largely residential part of the city, the hotel’s design is led by its surroundings, with limestone floors echoing the stone seen throughout the city’s ancient buildings, and sleek modern lines that draw the eye to the panoramic city views. While the main sites are within walking distance, the area itself is off the main tourist track, and provides a chance to mix with locals and wander the pretty cobbled streets and tranquil squares. The 41 rooms and suites combine contemporary and classic design elements, with rich textures and modern amenities including Bose speakers and Bang & Olufsen TVs. With many boasting panoramic views and outdoor terraces, they are a comfortable space to unwind after a busy day of exploring Lisbon’s many sights.
The restaurant and bar reflect the cosmopolitan crowd that the neighborhood attracts, with simple, contemporary lines contrasting with rich colors, velvet banquettes and art inspired by the antique shops of the area. The restaurant offers local and international flavors taking inspiration from Portuguese heritage around the world, while the bar is a lively spot for sunset cocktails with far reaching city views.
While being well-located for sightseeing, Memmo Principe Real is also a comfortable place to relax, with an outdoor heated swimming pool and small terrace ideal for lounging and soaking in the city views. The restaurant and bars of the district, as well as nearby Bairro Alto and Chiado are just steps away.
The 41 rooms and suites of the Memmo Principe Real range in size from 23 to 50 square meters and are modern and elegant, with Egyptian bed linens and Hermes bathroom amenities. Many of the rooms have access to outside seating and panoramic city views and are a comfortable retreat at the end of the day.
With no specific facilities for children, we feel that this hotel is best suited to couples and adults who can enjoy the buzzing atmosphere of the bar, and the shops and restaurants of the area.
The al fresco bar and contemporary restaurant offer a fusion of Portuguese and international dishes, with a chance to explore Portugal’s worldwide reach through the food, especially Brazilian, African and Asian flavors. A refreshing dip in the outdoor heated pool and a sunset cocktail with views out over the city is the ideal end to a day spent exploring Lisbon’s cobbled streets and historic buildings.
With so much on its doorstep and within walking distance, the Memmo Principe Real is an ideal base from which to explore Lisbon. The locale is known for its smart boutiques, galleries and antique shops, while the attractions of Lisbon are within walking distance, including Liberdade Avenue.
A gastronomic tour of Lisbon
Discover Lisbon through its flavors with a walk through the city, sampling the gastronomic highlights from Ginginha to Pastel de Nata. Strolling the streets, you’ll experience the lively soul of the city with its cafe culture and vibrant heart.
The rolling hills north of Lisbon are home to the medieval town of Obidos, a treasure trove of art and architecture, and a half-day tour with your private guide brings this exquisite wealth to life.
Discover Sintra and Cascais
Discover the charming Estoril Coast and the UNESCO World Heritage site of Sintra with your private guide, strolling the historic streets and soaking in the delightful character of the old city.
Fado - Portugal's national music
The national song style of Portugal, Fado, can be found in many restaurants across Lisbon. This moving song is part of UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list, and you can enjoy some of the best at ‘O Faia’.
Lisbon by private tram
Lisbon's bright yellow trams are real icons of the city, having been in use since the late 19th century. For an exclusive tour of the city, board your very own private tram and wind your way through Lisbon's vibrant neighborhoods.
Lisbon by private yacht
Appreciate Lisbon from the sea, gaining a different view of the city’s sights while relaxing on board a private yacht. Discover the maritime history of the city that transformed Portugal into a colonial power with Lisbon at the heart of its empire.
Lisbon cooking class
Live like a local with a walk through one of Lisbon’s historic markets, followed by a hands-on cooking class with a private chef. Ideal for couples and families alike, this is a chance to explore the city’s culinary delights.
Pastel de Nata workshop
One of Portugal's most celebrated treats, the Pastel de Nata, or custard tart, is a true local delicacy. Join a local chef and learn how to make these delicious bites.
Portuguese tile mosaic workshop
Visit the Fabrica de Sant’Anna to learn about the traditional Portuguese art of hand-painted tiles, known as azulejos. These beautiful tiles adorn buildings across Portugal and you'll have the chance to paint your own in this unique workshop.
Surfing in Portugal
Thanks to its position on the Atlantic Ocean, Portugal offers fantastic surfing opportunities suitable for both experts and beginners alike. Close to Lisbon you'll find some of the best beaches for an exhilarating surfing lesson.
Walking tour of Lisbon
Wandering the streets of Lisbon is an ideal way to soak in its history and the lifestyle of its inhabitants, passing people chatting on patios, drinking coffee in pavement cafes and enjoying the conviviality of the city.
Lisbon and the coast
Lisbon & Comporta
from $2400 pp 7 nights
- Impeccable and friendly service
- Delicious breakfasts with a different flavour smoothie each morning
- Iced water in cool boxes for every couple on the beach
Location & directions
Situated in the Principe Real district of Lisbon, the property is centrally-located for access to the city's main sights. The airport is a short half an hour drive away.