iescape - An intimate guesthouse in a peaceful neighbourhood, with themed rooms mixing Portuguese heritage and contemporary décor. Asa Amora is all about making your experience of the city a highly personalised one - and, most importantly, one that's authentically Portuguese.
Set in the quiet, cobbled neighbourhood of Amoreiras, metres from a leafy square and just 20 minutes’ walk from downtown, it pays homage to national culture by dedicating each of its 10 rooms, suites and studios to a different Portuguese icon. read more
Boring Things - We stayed three nights in a lovely Guesthouse called Casa Amora, located at the end of Rua da Escola Politécnica the street that leads to Bairro Alto. We immediately loved the cosy vibe, the traditional look and the welcoming people working there.
The look and feel of the Guesthouse perfectly fits with the city’s vibe. The traditional Portuguese Azulejo tiles, the colours, the pattern on the building. read more
Lisboa Cool - The cozy and thematic touch that was thought out to every last detail leaves no visitor indifferent. The idea here is to feel at home, but in a well decorated home, to stay overnight in a room that has a unique personality – because every room is different. Each room has its own inspiration, ranging from Amália Rodrigues to Fernando Pessoa, and you’ll see that each one was consistently decorated in the spirit of each one of these Lisbon personalities. read more
The Guardian - Casa Amora has five rooms in a beautifully renovated early-20th century building. Each room has been decorated as a homage to important artistic figures from the last century, with period features such as tiled kitchens and bathrooms, cornicing and wrought-iron balconies remaining intact. There are also six studio rooms in an adjacent building, the latest of which honours conceptual artist Leonel Moura. read more