Located in the heart of Lisbon, The One Palacio da Anunciada combines two beautifully restored palaces, creating a luxury hotel experience. With a panoramic rooftop pool and beautiful garden terrace, the hotel makes the ideal base for exploring the city.
The panoramic rooftop pool is ideal for summer stays when the weather is warmer
Enjoy cocktails on the charming garden terrace, which offers rooftop views of the city
The original building dates back to the 16th century and the aesthetic retains many of its original historical features, juxtaposed with contemporary furnishings
Unwind in the lovely spa which boasts a small indoor plunge pool and two treatment rooms
The One Palacio da Anunciada boasts a unique aesthetic, demonstrating a juxtaposition of original architectural features and contemporary furnishings, a project which has been overseen by the award-winning Jaime Beriestain.
All of the 10 different room categories are spacious, bright and airy and display elegant contemporary interior design. Most have views overlooking the city and charming backstreets. There are a number of outer-connecting room options which makes the hotel ideal for families as well.
There are a number of dining options at The One Palacio da Anunciada, from light tapas and cocktails to fine dining in one of the beautiful palace rooms with opulently restored ceiling frescoes. O Jardim Wine Bar extends out to a beautiful 2500 square metre garden terrace open until late in the evening. The property therefore lends itself very nicely to guests who would like to visit in the summer and soak up the sun and city ambience.
The facilities offered at The One Palacio da Anunciada are extensive considering the property's central location; guests are welcome to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy their award-winning cosmetic brand spa. With an indoor pool, two treatment rooms and a sauna, you can truly unwind after a day’s sightseeing. For those guests who are a little more active, you can utilise the fitness centre.
When to visit
The beautiful tree in the centre of the terrace was in fact imported from the Canary Islands and has stood in this spot for well over 100 years.
The One Palacio da Anunciada is located in the centre of Lisbon. All the main historical sites are within easy reach, it’s just a few minutes’ walk from Restauradores Square and the main shopping street Avenue da Liberdade.
Family Fun in Portugal
Discover the very best of Portugal with this family-friendly itinerary taking in bustling Lisbon, rural Alentejo and the idyllic beaches of the Algarve. Soak up the culture in Portugal's capital before relaxing and spending quality family time together.
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.
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Fado - Portugal's national music
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Lisbon by private yacht
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Pastel de Nata workshop
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Walking tour of Lisbon
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