Rooms 50 /Architecture João Almeida /Interior Design Fernando Sanchez Salvador and Margarida Grácio Nunes /The Original Raul Martins and Maria Júlia Valente-Rodrigues
Reflecting the shimmering Tagus River and the bright Portuguese sun, the award-winning Altis Belém Hotel & Spa seems born of the water. A sparkling gem, the hotel wows you with its striking architecture, Lisbon’s only Michelin-star hotel restaurant, and its prime location, minutes from some of the city’s most well-known museums and landmarks. Its subtle global/local flare enchants all the senses and comes alive in the vibrant wall panels that take you from the Orient to the Americas, in the Feitoria Restaurant & Wine Bar where traditional flavors blend with exotic cuisines from around the world, and in the exclusive BSpa by Karin Herzog where oxygen therapy and ancient oriental traditions of relaxation ensure the ultimate wellness for body and mind. As you dive into the rooftop pool with amazing views of the white city, feel the chilled out Iberian vibe drive out every last trace of worry.
LIS - Lisbon Portela Airport
Food & Drink
1 Michelin Star Feitoria Restaurant & Wine Bar: local cusiine, cafeteria & bar
3 event spaces with natural light (from 60 to 223sqm), library, terraces and gardens
Spa & Recreation
Award-winning BSpa by Karin Herzog: pools, sauna, hammam, treatments & gym
Rooms & Suites
The 50 rooms and suites span between 29 and 56 square meters, and all guestrooms apart from the 33-to 40-square-meter Deluxe Room feature a balcony or a terrace. While all rooms and suites offer a shower and a bathtub, the 29-square-meter Superior Room plays host to a queen-size bed and all other rooms a king-size bed or twin beds. The 44-square-meter Club Balcony Room is also available with a Jacuzzi on the balcony (known as the Club Balcony Premier Room) as is the 56-square-meter Diplomatic Suite (known as the Diplomatic Suite Premier.) The Diplomatic Suite and the Diplomatic Suite Premier also play host to a living room.
Given that Altis Hotels was founded in the 1970s, one might think that that company is firmly set in its ways. Altis is, after all, now one of the largest hotel groups in Lisbon. But Raul Martins and Maria Júlia Valente Rodrigues do not live off of past achievements. Marching in their father’s footprints—he was a cofounder of Altis—the duo continues to embrace a strong connection to the local Lisbon scene, an unflinching dedication to top service, and singular design—what they see as their lynchpins to success. “Good design can last a lifetime,” says Maria Júlia, and it rings true—to experience one of their properties today is to step into the Lisbon of yesterday and tomorrow.