AlmaLusa Baixa/Chiado is a recently opened boutique-style hotel located in the vibrant and historic Chiado neighbourhood in downtown Lisbon, Portugal. Just blocks from some of the city’s best culinary hubs, museums and nightlife, this independently owned hotel offers an intimate, unique accommodation experience. More than your typical hotel, AlmaLusa claims to be a place where guests can immerse into the spirit of Portuguese culture.
Featuring 28 guest rooms and suites, a restaurant Delfina – Fine Portuguese Deli, and a fully dedicated concierge service, the hotel inhabits one of Lisbon’s most emblematic squares, the Praça do Município. Guest rooms are beautifully decorated and come with luxury beds and matresses, power showers and designer toiletries, WiFi access as well as complimentary local and international calls, making the recently opened AlmaLusa Baixa/Chiado a fabulous choice for discerning travellers.
Like the AlmaLusa, other independent Portuguese properties that have recently come on board the HotelREZ Hotels & Resorts portfolio, include the fashionable 4* Ecorkhotel in Évora; the convenient Chiado Apartments in Lisbon; and two luxury properties on the Douro Wine Valley (roughly an hour from the city of Porto), the 4* Douro Palace Hotel Resort & Spa and the 5* Douro Royal Valley Hotel.
All hotels, including the AlmaLusa, are now bookable on the GDS under the HO chain code; online via the HotelREZ booking website, or by calling the HotelREZ reservation call centre.
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