Arguably the most visually striking of any Lisbon hotel, every one of the 186 rooms and suites of this majestic five-star captures envy-inducing views of the broad Tagus estuary. Rising to an... Read More
Arguably the most visually striking of any Lisbon hotel, every one of the 186 rooms and suites of this majestic five-star captures envy-inducing views of the broad Tagus estuary. Rising to an impressive 140 metres from the Parque das Na?--?--es riverbank, architect Nuno Le??nidas attached a classy and contemporary hull to the existing Vasco da Gama tower while wife Teresa furnished the decks with a chic and glossy interior. Depending on the category, accommodation is replete with workspace and desk, whirlpool bath or hydro-massage shower and separate lounge, among many other amenities. Free Wi-Fi is standard. If money is no object, consider the Presidential Suite, perched regally on the 21st floor. Guest leisure facilities extend to the fashionable River Lounge Restaurant & Bar, partly set on a fantastic outside deck. The Sayanna Wellness spa, also open to non-residents, sits on the 23rd floor and dazzles with its indoor plunge pool that allows guests to gaze across the river from the pool's edge. And if you're on business, the hotel's dedicated state-of-the-art MICE facilities are among the best in the city.
Cais das Naus, Lote 2.21.01
- Best for Luxury Hotels Because: Arguably the most architecturally impressive of all the city's hotels, the striking and contemporary Myriad enjoys a fabulous riverfront setting.
- Best for Airport Hotels Because: Parque das Nacoes is served by the Gare do Oriente, connected directly by metro to the airport, and by a fast dual carriageway.
- Recommended as Best Hotels Because: Positioned over the water, this is a magnificent hospitality statement where form and function meld seamlessly in a stunning location.
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