Boasting a location on the main luxury shopping street in Lisbon, the Valverde Hotel is decorated with modern finishes, contemporary flair, and art deco style throughout. Sitio, the chic patio restaurant, offers cuisine with a focus on Portuguese dishes.
Enjoy the in-house Fado show on Tuesdays and Saturdays
Each room provides a 4G smartphone for guests to use during their time in the city
The tropical interior patio is the ideal space to relax after a busy day exploring Lisbon
Thanks to its location the luxury shops of Lisbon are just moments away
Located on Lisbon's most exclusive shopping street and on one of the most well known avenues in the city, Avenida da Liberdade, Valverde is a boutique hotel described as an "oasis of comfort and discreet luxury".
This chic hotel features a style that strikes the ideal balance between classic and contemporary. The art deco theme is carried throughout the hotel and showcased in its unique carpeting, bright coloured accents and modern finishes in the guest rooms and common areas.
Sitio, Valverde Hotel's restaurant, truly delights with traditional Portuguese dishes offered for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a bar serving a wealth of creative cocktails and drinks. Afternoon tea and brunch are also on offer.
The true crown jewel of the Valverde however, is the outdoor patio that is reminiscent of a tropical paradise with plenty of green leafy plants surrounding comfy lounge furniture. This fantastic outdoor space also doubles as the entertainment quarters of the hotel featuring Fado on Tuesday and Saturday evenings and Jazz on Thursdays and Sundays.
Service is considered a priority at Valverde Hotel and the standards here are extremely high - it is obvious that the team pay special attention to ensuring that each guest receives friendly, personalised service. In fact, the hotel is so set on their guests having everything that they need while they visit that they have stocked each room with a 4G smartphone, preloaded with Google Maps, suggested itineraries, features to communicate with the front desk, call a taxi and minutes to make calls.
When to visit
For all guests, Valverde Hotel offers a smartphone to use around the city, make local calls or get inspiration for dining and activity recommendations.
Valverde Hotel is located off the main luxury shopping street in Lisbon, Avenida de Liberdade.
Lisbon can be reached by direct flights with BA, TAP and Easyjet from London, the flight time is approximately 2 hours 30 minutes. Valverde Hotel is approximately a 25-minute drive from Lisbon Airport.
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