The hallowed shell of a 15th-century palace, Palácio dos Castros, now encloses one of Lisbon's most alluring boutique hideaways ––" Hotel Santiago de Alfama. Worthy of its five-stars, this... Read More
The hallowed shell of a 15th-century palace, Palácio dos Castros, now encloses one of Lisbon's most alluring boutique hideaways ––" Hotel Santiago de Alfama. Worthy of its five-stars, this attractive 19-room property is located on the edge of the city's oldest and most intriguing neighbourhood, Alfama. Occupying four floors, the hotel's accommodation choice numbers 13 rooms and six suites, all individually appointed with either river or garden views. If you feel like living it up, opt for the fourth floor Santiago Suite that affords a jaw-dropping panorama across the River Tejo. There are also three sets of interconnecting rooms ––" ideal for family stays! Renovation of the original palace building also allowed for the inclusion of a restaurant, A Fabrica de Santiago, where guests can savour traditional Portuguese cuisine. There's also Café Audrey and Manny's Bar for light snacks and refreshments. As befitting a five-star property, guests can expect a refined, bespoke service. Facilities extend to the posh sounding Madame Bollinger, the hotel's beauty and message salon themed on a 1950's wellness salon. Massage, facial, body scrub and body warp number among the treatments available.