This 18th century townhouse is next to the National Ancient Art Museum. With its small garden and the top floor library overlooking the river, this historic building transmits a romantic and welcoming feeling. The rooms are sunny and cheerful and the Tagus is close by.
Next to the National Art Museum in the beautiful Rua das Janelas Verdes is a small townhouse dating from the end of the 18th century which is also called As Janelas Verdes (Green Windows).
The house, like the street of the same name, deserves to be discovered slowly, little by little, all the time savouring its gentle, romantic, welcoming atmosphere.
Eça de Queirós, the famous Portuguese novelist, is connected to the hotel by tradition and there are those who say that he lived and found inspiration here in this palace for another magical home - "O Ramalhete" in his novel "Os Maias".
The memory of his presence is still very much alive in the atmosphere we find ourselves immersed in: small objets d'art, books, paintings and mementoes take us back to another era now being relived. The rooms are sunny and cheerful. The Tagus is close by. One feels good here…
When Spring arrives, the days begin with a wonderful breakfast served in the garden while you breathe in the calm of an older Lisbon where it still feels good to feel love.