Memmo Príncipe Real


The Telegraph - Joining the Algarve’s Memmo Baleeira and Memmo Alfama in Lisbon’s ancient Moorish district, the third in the acclaimed Memmo hotel collection is in the capital’s increasingly fashionable Príncipe Real district. From its 41 sleek rooms and elegant restaurant, it offers panoramic views across the capital. read more
Wallpaper - Designed once again by architect Samuel Torres de Carvalho, the Lisbon iteration is decidedly 21st century. Approached via a narrow passageway between the faded 19th century palaces typical of the area, it stands brazenly in a clearing behind the street, its four stark white storeys geometric in shape giving views over the city’s characteristic red roof tops. Interiors mix moss green fabrics with warm oak floors, while huge chandeliers from Santa & Cole cast their light on contemporary art from a hand carved stucco wall – a nod to the regal heritage of the neighbourhood. read more
Fodors - The hotel is located in Principe Real, arguably the chicest neighborhood in Lisbon, surrounded by upmarket shopping, smart bars and restaurants, and within walking distance of Bairro Alto nightlife as well as the many sights and attractions of historic Lisbon. The hotel is a member of the Design Hotels group, and all of the 41 rooms and suites at Memmo Principe Real are unique in layout and decor, and range from 23 to 50 square meters. All feature polished wooden floors and deeply comfortable beds with large, plump pillows, and some have terraces for enjoying panoramic views over downtown Lisbon and the Saint George castle. read more
Evening Standard - A smart new contemporary hotel with panoramic views across Portugal’s capital city, Memmo Príncipe Real is an impressive addition to Lisbon’s rapidly expanding hotel scene. Lisbon’s reputation as a hotspot for contemporary art and architecture is reflected in the Memmo Príncipe Real where architect Samuel Torres de Carvalho has designed a brilliant white geometric building over four floors. Thoughtful interior design mixes old and new to comfortable and ever-stylish effect. In the public rooms slim, vertical wooden slats and sweeping circles of white ceiling lamps provide modern touches against the more traditional pale limestone floors. read more




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