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Solar do Castelo Lisbon 4 * Hotel

The only hotel within St. George's Castle walls,
at the top of Alfama, Solar Do Castelo
is a small Mansion built on the site
of the former Alcaçova Palace.
With two floors and a mansard, an inner courtyard and garden, most part
of the furniture was specially d
esigned for the hotel in a Medieval Contemporary style.
You will find welcoming rooms offering 
complete modern day comfort, such as free wireless access.


Prices from €459 which includes a lot more than a normal city break !!

Prices shown were taken from dates between 20th of September to the 28th of February 2014

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Hotel Solar Do Castelo - Pateo Fountain

Hotel Solar Do Castelo - Living Room Hotel Solar Do Castelo - Double Room  Hotel Solar Do Castelo - Twin Room


There are only 14 rooms, this is not a big hotel. Some are in the old house, others hide behind a more contemporary façade which overlooks the courtyard. All are air conditioned, all come with satellite TV.

Those in the old house have high ceilings, those in the eaves have the odd exposed beam. You get trim rugs, crisp linen, pretty fabrics and all are spotless. Superior rooms are slightly bigger than standard rooms, but some standard rooms have French windows that open onto tiny balconies and overlook the courtyard. We loved the complimentary decanter of port in our room but it was a shame there's no minibar. However, you can get drinks from the honesty bar in the guest lounge downstairs.

The overall style is uncluttered, rooms are airy, there are good mirrors, cast-iron beds and plenty of storage. Marblebathrooms are compact but have everything you’ll need, and all come with tubs, showers, towelling bathrobes and Molton Brown toiletries.

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You're next door to the Castelo sao Jorge so take a stroll around the grounds in the early morning (and beat the crowds) or take in a stunning sunset. It closes at 9.30pm


Take a trip on the historic tram 28 all around the old part of the city, Alfama; there are wonderful views and it's a good way to get your bearings

Alfama is considered Lisbon’s prettiest district, perhaps because it’s one of the few sections that survived the 1755 earthquake, which clings to the hill between the castle and river below. Mazy alleyways and stone stairs lead you down to the water. The cathedral is here too


The Calouste Gulbenkian Museum has artefacts gathered by wealthy oil magnate Calouste Gulbenkian over 40 years. There are gold Egyptian masks from 2700BC, Ancient Greek sculptures and rare porcelain from China. Closed Mondays

Discover the influence of colonialism in multi-culturalMartim Moniz. Its Fusion Market sells produce from all over the world, and stalls sit alongside street performers

Shop in the heart of the city or in the trendy, more bohemian quarter of Barrio Alto, then relax at any one of its cool cafes and bars or catch a live fado performance - the music of Portugal




Food & Drink


Breakfast in the room

24-hour front desk

Luggage storage

Room service

Babysitting/child services


Dry cleaning


Note: some services are subject to availability and some services are subject to charges payable to the local service provider

What is included in our Lisbon Long Weekends


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Specially Selected Accommodation

Dinner at the Renowned Restaurant Clube de Journalistas

An intimate walking tour of central Lisbon

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