Palácio da Rosa, 2, Largo da Rosa, São Cristóvão e São Lourenço, Mouraria, Santa Maria Maior, Lisbonne, Grande Lisboa, Aire métropolitaine de Lisbonne, 1100-611, Portugal
Entering this luxurious Lisboan apartment, a graffiti fresco welcomes you in a “street-art” and travel ambiance. This artwork, signed by the Portuguese artist SNOR, is inspired by a work of art of a Malian photographer: Malik Sidibé.
On the right of the entrance, you will find the large living room-library and the main bedroom.
To the left, you will find the kitchen, a second bedroom with warm and romantic tones, and a shower room with independent access are found.
The large living room is the heart of this luxurious Lisboan apartment. The large windows let in natural light and open onto an ongoing balcony, offering the finest views of the Botanical Gardens and Mayer Park. The vintage woodwork in pombalin style and the noble materials contribute to the bohemian and warm atmosphere of the place. This space may come to your liking a calm reading room, with many books available in the large library, or yet a projection room for improvised cinema sessions.
From the living room, one reache the parental suite, tastefully furnished with unique pieces, in vintage style. This suite also has access to the ongoing balcony and enjoys the same panoramic views as the living room. The same care has been taken to the adjoining bathroom: black pebble tile and a custom-made vanity unit of natural slate add an extra touch of refinement.
The part of this luxurious Lisboan apartment that opens to the left of the entrance enjoys a splendid view of the city as well as the inescapable Castelo Sao Jorge, to be contemplated in its entire splendor at dawn.
This gives access to a spacious white marble shower room in Art Deco style, as well as the second bedroom, harmoniously decorated in warm tones that add a romantic touch and vintage chic.
The kitchen, adapted to all those seated, is dedicated to the pleasures around table. Unusual, the cooking furniture is placed in the traditional Portuguese fireplace. The reworked illustrations of Sempé offer here and there accents of a gentle irony.
The bedding & bathrooms
Inside this Luxurious Lisboan apartment you will find :
1 bedroom with 2 adjustable single beds (2 x 90 x 200 or 180 x 200) and en-suite bathroom;
1 bedroom with a double bed (160 x 200);
1 double sofa bed (160 x 200) in the living room;
1 independent shower room;
2 toilets (one in the shower room and one independent).
This luxurious Lisboan apartment is located a few steps from the famous Liberty Avenue. This avenue has nothing to envy the Champs Elysees. You can find here the luxury stores of the city such as Chanel, Prada, Louis Vuitton, and the most famous restaurants such as Ad Lib, Olivier Restaurant, Guilty and even Sommelier.
At the foot of the building, you will discover the Alegria Square, one of the most charming of the capital. In the shade of hundred-year-old trees, a bronze bust pays tribute to Alfredo Keil, musician, painter, poet and author of the Portuguese national anthem.
On this square, the trendy Café Brooklyn will allow you to take a gentle pause with many homemade cakes for breakfast or brunch. For more tasty dishes, head to the Quermesse restaurant, while lovers of good meat will discover the inevitable A Gina. The best vegetarian restaurant in the city is one street away: Jardim dos Sentidos. A little higher up, discover Chafariz do Vinho, surprising wine shop nestled in an old aqueduct.
You will find other places of interest just a few steps from the apartment: the Botanical Garden and its collection of 5000 species of plants and flowers, as well as the Museum of Science and Natural History just next to the garden.
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