Best boutique inns in Lisbon | EUROtoday

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Lisbon, with its narrow-cobbled streets, bougainvillea-clad squares, sea views and 7 steep hills (the signature yellow trams rattling up and down), fits small boutique properties that preserve a way of character and a sense of a house not a lodge. Lisbon, not like a lot of the world, has not gone international; it stays resolutely Portuguese, searching to sea, with its again to the remainder of Europe and its identification intact.

Below is the most effective of the small, fashionable and unbiased inns tucked into hidden corners of the capital, like Hotel das Amoreiras, set in one among Lisbon’s prettiest squares trying onto the capital’s 18th-century aqueduct, or Memmo Príncipe Real reached down a tiny alleyway that opens onto a view proper throughout the pink roofs to the Tagus River. Or secret oases like Palácio Príncipe Real, the place a lush backyard transports you to a fragranced, purple-hued world of wisteria and jacaranda. Little gems, all of them, and all of them ready for guests. These are the most effective boutique inns in Lisbon.