Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon
At a Glance
The position of the hotel on top of one of the seven hills of the city mean views are spectacular
The Sunday Brunch at the Four Seasons is a must do when staying in Lisbon
The 400 metre running track on the roof top of the hotel boasts stunning views and great for those looking to keep fit
Rooms are spacious and all offer a private balcony
The hotel has an award winning spa and large indoor pool perfect for relaxation after a day exploring the city
Best time to Visit
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All year round. Spring and autumn are the most popular times to go - April-June and September-October.
To start planning your holiday to Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon
Located in the heart of Lisbon, Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is a luxurious hotel boasting exceptional service, fantastic dining and some of the best views over the city. This hotel is the perfect base in which to explore this historical city.
Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon is a great base from which to explore the city of Lisbon. Its unique location atop one of Lisbon's seven hills means views are stunning over the city, the nearby Eduardo VII Park and Tagus River.
Inside you will find well appointed rooms, all with private balconies and views over the city. Rooms offer comfort and style and are spacious from entry level. Interiors blend 18th century replica furnishings whilst contemporary and modern art adorns the walls. Facilities do not disappoint; guests are welcome to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy peace in the award wining, full service spa and large indoor pool and fitness centre with its 400 metre open air running track, situated on the roof top of the building.
The hotel's main restaurant Veranda is overseen by French Chef Pascal Meynard; his experience in Michelin-starred restaurants means the standard here is high, the restaurant boasts stunning views over Eduardo VII Park and in the summer months guests can dine on the large outdoor terrace. Those looking for something more casual can dine in the Ritz bar, ideal for a light bite or sushi which is prepared every Wednesday through to Friday. The Lobby lounge serves afternoon tea daily.
This hotel works well for families travelling with smaller children as they offer interconnecting rooms, babysitting and on site activities can be arranged in advance for younger guests.
The hotel has 282 rooms - these are spread across 11 categories, three room levels include Classic, Superior and Deluxe. There are eight levels of suites all offering large outdoor balconies and views over the city.
The hotel is family friendly, offering a good number of interconnecting room options. With 24 hours notice the hotel can arrange babysitting and activities tailored children of all ages. Upon request rooms can be childproofed and the hotel offers complimentary diapers, bottle warmers and strollers.
The hotel offers a selection of restaurants, including the fine dining Veranda Restaurant overseen by the French Chef Pascal Meynard and the Ritz Bar which offers lighter meals. O Japones is open on select days throughout the week and serves up a fantastic offering of sashimi and sushi.
There is also an award winning spa offering an extensive menu of treatments; facilities include an 18metre indoor pool with an outdoor one soon to be constructed. On the top floor of the hotel with stunning city views is the 700 sqm fitness centre which is well equipped with treadmills, bicycles and elliptical machines. Pilates and Yoga are also available and outside is a 400 metre running track.
A gastronomic tour of Lisbon
Discover Lisbon through its flavours 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 neighbourhoods.
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 local foodie. 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 foodie 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.
Private bike tour of Sintra
Explore the fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sintra by bike, admiring the unique palces and intriguing landscapes as you travel through the National Park. You'll then visit Cascais and explore this charming coastal town with your private guide.
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.
Location & directions
Four Seasons Lisbon is located in the centre of the city, just a 20-minute drive from the airport. The main shopping street Avenue da Liberdade is within easy walking distance hotel as are some of the city's best restaurants and bars.
How to get there
Lisbon can be reached by direct flights with BA, TAP and Easyjet from London, the flight time is approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Once in Lisbon the hotel is a just a short 20-minute private transfer from the airport.
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