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Looking for a luxury hotel in Lisbon that offers plenty in the way of leisure on top of a host of amenities for business? You’ll have access to award-winning restaurants, city views, free Wi-Fi, function rooms and even modern business complexes at the city’s top-rated 4-star and 5-star hotels for professionals and executives.
If you want to dazzle clients, host an event or just treat yourself to the epitome of luxury, you can splash out on a prestigious 5-star hotel such as the Myriad by SANA or the Epic Sana Lisboa Hotel. The glitziest hotels have swimming pools, premium spas and even Michelin-starred restaurants for leisure and state-of-the-art events spaces for business. If you’re lucky, you can reserve a guest room at one these hotels for as little as EUR 240 per night.
Available for less than EUR 200 a night are high-end 4-star hotels like the Jupiter Lisboa Hotel, LX Boutique Hotel and the Hotel da Baixa. These classy establishments boast facilities such as fine diners, rooftop bars and spas. They also have meeting rooms and events spaces, making them ideal for professionals and business travellers, and digital nomads who need a short break from budget accommodation.
Below, we discuss some of the top-rated luxury hotels for business travellers in Lisbon. All the 4-star and 5-star hotels featured in this guide boast stylish and luxurious guest rooms with city views, onsite restaurants and bars, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, and lots of amenities for professionals.
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The 5-star Myriad by SANA occupies one of the most emblematic buildings in Lisbon, forming a part of the 145-metre-tall Vasco da Gama Tower on the banks of the Tagus. Complementing the hotel’s sail-shaped lattice exterior is a striking contemporary interior that takes on a white, black and red colour scheme. Premium facilities range from a Michelin-starred diner and a high-end spa to modern meeting rooms, all offering unobstructed river views.
The 186 guest rooms take on a similar red and black colour theme to the communal areas of the hotel, and all offer views of either the Tagus or the recently developed Parque das Nações district. There’s a hammock chair hanging by the floor-to-ceiling window for watching sunrises and sunsets. All rooms feature glass-encased rain showers and side jets, and some rooms also have a luxurious bathtub with a whirlpool option. You can set up your laptop on the small round table that serves as a desk.
Many of the hotel’s best facilities occupy the top floors; you can taste creative Mediterranean dishes at the Michelin-starred Fifty Seconds restaurant or treat yourself to a massage at SAYANNA Wellness & Spa. There’s also an indoor swimming pool, a Turkish bath and a fitness centre – all offering sprawling views of Lisbon and the Tagus. On ground level, you can enjoy drinks at one of the city’s top river terraces.
If you’re hosting clients, the Myriad has three meeting rooms on the mezzanine. The most impressive meeting room lies almost suspended above the river, offering some of the most photogenic waterside views in the capital. The hotel’s highlight for business purposes is the Myriad Cristal Center, a congress and events space with two floors, an outdoor deck, and a glass bridge that connects the centre to the main hotel building.
The Myriad by SANA is a landmark in itself, though it usually takes at least 35 minutes to drive from the hotel to Lisbon’s historic districts, such as Barrio Alto and Alfama. However, the hotel is on the doorstep of popular tourist attractions like the Oceanário de Lisboa aquarium and business hubs such as the Feira Internacional de Lisboa. It’s also less than a ten-minute drive from the airport.
Nightly rates at the Myriad start at about EUR 240 for the most basic room and 470 for a suite. All guests are treated to one of Lisbon’s top-rated upscale breakfasts every morning.
Located near Avenida da Liberdade between the Marquês de Pomba square and the Amoreiras high-end shopping mall, the 5-star Epic Sana Lisboa Hotel is home to over 300 contemporary guest rooms and suites that offer sprawling city and river views. For leisure and entertainment, your choices range from an award-winning restaurant to a rooftop bar with an infinity pool.
If you’re a foodie for fine dining, the hotel’s highlight will be the Flor de Lis Mediterranean restaurant, where you can try one of Lisbon’s most coveted brunches. More delicious food options along with a plethora of colourful cocktails are available from Scale and UpScale. If you need to restore your energy, you can relax with a swim in the indoor pool or a massage at SAYANNA Wellness & SPA. There’s also a fully equipped gym with personal trainers for when you want to work up a sweat.
The business facilities at Epic Sana Lisboa really set this hotel apart. Its congress and event centre is spread across 2,229 square metres over two floors, where you can reserve up to 14 meeting and conference rooms.
You can expect to pay EUR 240–300 per night for a room at the Epic Sana Lisboa, though prices can fall to as low as 225. Suites tend to cost between EUR 500 and 750.
Located on Lisbon’s most prominent street, the 5-star Tivoli Avenida Liberdade has been a city landmark in its own right since 1933. A recent renovation has seen the décor of the rooms take on an elegantly classical appearance, while the lobby has retained an opulent city square look. The hotel’s offerings include award-winning restaurants, bars and a high-end spa. On top of everything, this Lisbon icon is home to an array of impressive convention facilities, with meeting rooms and event halls suitable for between 30 and 400 guests.
The restaurants at the Tivoli are some of the most exclusive in Lisbon. At SEEN Lisboa, you can dine on a menu created by Olivier da Costa while taking in the Art Deco-inspired surrounds and unobstructed views of Lisbon. Reserve a table at the Cervejaria Liberdade fine diner for reinventions of local seafood classics. You can relax the evening away with cocktails on the rooftop at the trendy Sky Bar by SEEN. There are also snack bars by the pool and in the lobby, which doubles up as an ideal place to set up your laptop in one of the most opulent settings in the Portuguese capital.
Besides the fine diners, the most luxurious facility at the Tivoli Avenida Liberdade is the onsite Anantara Spa, where you can treat yourself to revitalising therapeutic experiences that merge Thai and Portuguese traditions. To work up a sweat, head to the 24-hour Shape Club, a fully equipped fitness centre with cardio equipment and state-of-the-art workout machines.
All the guest rooms at this 5-star hotel are fitted with free Wi-Fi and an executive desk, plus gadgets that include an LCD TV, kettle, iron and hair dryer. Added luxuries include signature bed linens, Tivoli toiletries and a pillow menu. Nightly rates for a Deluxe Room below the 9th floor start at EUR 240, or 268 if you’d prefer a view of the city to the hotel’s interior patio. An Executive Suite that includes exclusives like VIP lounge access and a daily tea service costs at least EUR 600 per night. Fancy going all-out luxury? A Diplomatic Suite starts at EUR 1,000 per night, while the Presidential Suite costs at least 4,000.
Situated between the subway stations of Campo Pequeno and Saldanha on Avenue da República, the 4-star Jupiter Lisboa Hotel is a relatively recent addition to Lisbon’s luxury accommodation scene, though the building it occupies has retained much of its original 1906 architecture. Facilities include a restaurant, a rooftop bar, swimming pools, a spa and a 24-hour gym. There are also three meeting rooms for business travellers, and all guest rooms are equipped with a desk and free Wi-Fi.
From May to October, the Jupiter’s main draw is the ROOFTOP Bar & Pool, which offers privileged views of upper Lisbon and enough space for up to 120 people (ideal for corporate events). Open year-round is the renowned Dom Alimado restaurant, where you can dig into a buffet for breakfast and delicacies from the Algarve for dinner. The Lisboa Amada Bar in the hotel lobby provides the ideal setting for afternoon cocktails.
When you want to burn off a few of those breakfast calories, you can work out in the fully equipped, 24-hour Fitness Room, which has five flatscreen TVs in addition to a host of cardio and weights training equipment. After working up a sweat, you can unwind with a massage at the Blu Spa, where facilities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.
All the guest rooms at the Jupiter feature a modern and stylish appearance, with decorative touches that include large photos of Lisbon on the walls. You also get high-speed Wi-Fi, a 32-inch TV with 90 channels (including sports), and coffee and tea facilities. A standard room will set you back up to EUR 170 per night, while a slightly larger Superior Room will cost around EUR 176. If you need a seating area with tables and chairs, you might want to reserve an Executive Room from EUR 204 per night.
Opened in 2018, the Hotel da Baixa is named after the historic and vibrant neighbourhood of Lisbon in which it calls home. While this 4-star hotel is only a few years old, it’s situated inside a historic building in the traditional Pombaline (similar to neoclassical) architectural style. Its facilities include a traditional Portuguese restaurant, a library, and an events space for up to 20 people. And, its 66 guest rooms combine classic looks with modern functionality. They’re also larger than most other Baixa hotels.
Besides its central location, the highlight of the Hotel da Baixa is the Sebastião Restaurant and Bar, where you can sample authentic Portuguese cuisine in a relaxed, elegant and traditional setting. When the weather allows, you can dine outside, but the vaulted dining room complete with Pombaline arches makes for an exceptional gastronomic experience. Here, hotel guests are treated to a delicious breakfast.
When you need to get down to some work, you can grab a chair in the stylish library and hook up to the hotel’s free high-speed Wi-Fi. Or, kick back with a book by the fireplace that gives the room a refined touch. You can also choose from a selection of vinyl records if you’d prefer to listen to some music.
Thanks to this hotel’s central location, exploring the city of Lisbon during your stay here couldn’t be more straightforward. You’ll find plenty of restaurants, cafés and bars in the immediate vicinity, and the Baixa-Chiado metro station is just 350 metres away. For boutiques and high-end stores, walk nine minutes to Liberty Avenue. When it’s time to leave, you can reach the airport in 20 minutes (traffic permitting).
A Classic Junior Room with a view of the hotel grounds costs as little as EUR 143 per night, while a city view room will set you back around 186. The Deluxe City View room costs around 226 per night, and the slightly more luxurious Premium City View room goes for around 326. You can expect to pay at least 600 for the Family Room.
Situated by the Tagus right at the edge of the historic Cais do Sodré, Chiado and Baixa districts, the LX Boutique Hotel occupies a century-old building with a recently renovated classic and sophisticated interior décor. Each of the five floors of this historic structure takes on its own unique designer retro theme, though hues of blue that reflect the river are present throughout the hotel and on the façade.
Besides its good looks and superb location, LX Boutique is lauded for its onsite Japanese restaurant. The hotel itself has been featured in Time Out and the Michelin Guide.
LX’s onsite dining venue is the Confraria Restaurant, which is one of Lisbon’s top-rated sushi restaurants. You’ll also see pasta, temakis and gyosas on the menu. Throughout the day, the Confraria doubles up as a cosy lounge bar where you can kick back, mingle with locals or connect to the free Wi-Fi with your laptop. It’s also a great place to start the day with a hearty breakfast.
The guest rooms at the LX Boutique really set this hotel apart – the interior designs have been created by local artists, meaning all rooms are unique in their appearance and atmosphere. Each of the hotel’s floors are themed on a cultural aspect of Lisbon. The Pessoa floor pays homage to Portuguese poetry, while the Fado floor is decorated with traditional musical instruments.
Nightly rates for a Classic Room at the LX Boutique Hotel start at EUR 140, though you might want to pay an extra EUR 10 for a room with a city view. A Superior Room with a city view costs EUR 170 per night while a more exclusive counterpart with a scenic river view starts at EUR 200. If you want the ultimate in luxury, you can choose the Suite that features a terrace overlooking the Tagus for EUR 440 per night.
Situated in a historic pink building with Juliet balconies just off Avenue da Liberdade, the 4-star Hotel Vincci Liberdade boasts a modern and elegant interior that retains much of its classic charm. On top of an a la carte restaurant and a bar on the terrace, this stylish accommodation has a fully equipped business centre plus multiple function rooms. The guest rooms offer postcard-perfect views of Lisbon’s historic cityscape, and many have a cosy seating area on the balcony.
On top of being just footsteps away from Lisbon’s mecca of high-end shopping, the Hotel Vincci Liberdade is only a five-minute walk from the Avenida metro station, which makes exploring the city a breeze. Using the metro, it takes about 12 minutes to reach the iconic neighbourhoods of Bairro Alto and Chiado and under 30 minutes to reach Humberto Delgado Airport (Lisbon Airport).
The star of Vincci Liberdade’s dining offerings is the Água restaurant. Here, you can sample Portuguese delicacies in a contemporary setting with traditional influences, where a flood of natural sunlight illuminates the dark wooden furnishings, calming colours and blue tiled feature walls. If you want to savour the beauty of Lisbon with a cocktail, you can grab a comfortable chair on the outdoor patio.
The guest rooms at the Hotel Vincci Liberdade have hardwood floors, a flatscreen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi and space to set up your laptop. The bathrooms have double vanity units, a shower and bathtub, and marble-esque decorative touches. Some of the more luxurious rooms have extras such as a balcony, hot tub, and separate living area and bedroom. Regardless of which room you choose, you’ll be able to soak up cityscape views of Lisbon.
Nightly rates at the Hotel Vincci Liberdade can fluctuate. A Standard Double Room usually costs around EUR 212, but you can reserve one for as little as EUR 170 during winter. Prices usually start at around EUR 240 for a Corner, Superior Double or Attic Room, EUR 275 for a Suite and EUR 460 for an Adjoining Room.
Extended and renovated in 2018, the 4-star Hotel Santa Justa is one of the longest-established boutiques in Lisbon’s historic Baixa neighbourbood, placing it within walking distance of the city’s most popular attractions. Housed inside two historic buildings connected by an external passage, the Hotel Santa Justa has 82 modern and sophisticated rooms with stylish splashes of reds and oranges that reflect the hotel’s exterior façade. The hotel also boasts one of Lisbon’s top-rated restaurants.
The highlight of the Hotel Santa Justa’s leisure facilities is the Elevador restaurant, whose neo-Gothic style reflects the design of the nearby Santa Justa Lift, one of Lisbon’s most iconic structures. While digging into delectable Portuguese cuisine as well as popular international dishes, you can watch cultural performances such as live Fado and jazz. The breakfast buffet is served until 10.30 am on weekdays and 11 am on weekends.
The most economically priced interior rooms at the Hotel Santa Justa cost as little as EUR 150 per night, though you can get a similar room with a street view from just EUR 167. Nightly rates for the Santa Justa Suite start at EUR 270. Add around EUR 26 to your daily bill if you want the breakfast included.