Small, stylish and centrally located, the Valverde Hotel's unconventional style gives it great personality. It makes a fine place to relax in the enclosed outdoor terrace, swim in the pool and retreat from the city at the end of the day.
H10 Duque de Loulé
The H10 Duque de Loulé is a stylish property located within an expertly converted 18th-century building. Outside, the original façade has been preserved, lending the property a sense of august elegance. Inside, the chic modern decor draws on traditional elements like hand-painted blue and white azulejo tiles and blends them with more modern design concepts to create a light and airy space offset by large windows.
Opened in March 2015, the hotel is a boutique option to its core. Each of the 89 rooms boasts crisp white linens, hardwood floors and elegant white and blue design elements. The large windows let in plenty of light and in many rooms have been converted into little reading alcoves. The modern bathrooms are well-equipped and finished to a high standard.
The highlight of the hotel, however, is the stunning rooftop terrace bar where you can enjoy panoramic views across the rooftops of Lisbon to the River Tagus. Open for drinks and cocktails, it’s the perfect spot to soak up the atmosphere.
Located near the top of the Avenida da Liberdade and Praça Marquês de Pombal, the hotel is around a 25-minute walk from the central Baixa area.
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Drawing on Portuguese design concepts, the 89 rooms at the H10 Duque de Loulé are elegantly furnished and include traditional elements such as hand-painted azulejo tiles. The white and blue theme prevalent throughout the hotel extends to the room where crisp white linens contrast with deep blue velvets and hardwood floors. Large windows let in plenty of light and in many rooms also feature a small reading alcove. Air conditioning, TV and free Wi-Fi come as standard, while the modern bathrooms are well equipped and finished to a high standard.
Located just off the Praça Marquês de Pombal and the northern end of the Avenida da Liberdade, the H10 Duque de Loulé is well-located for accessing Lisbon’s prime designer shopping district. The historical Baixa district can be reached on foot in around 25 minutes or alternatively there is easy metro access right outside.
Food and drink
The Azul e Branco restaurant offers a delicious selection of Iberian-influenced à la carte dishes each evening, while during the day a light menu of snacks is available. In the mornings, a buffet breakfast is served with optional à la carte items included. On the top floor you’ll find the Chill-Out Limão Terrace bar with indoor and outdoor seating and sweeping views across the rooftops of Lisbon to the River Tagus.
While not the most centrally located hotel, we find the H10 Duque de Loulé to be a great value option with stylish decor and exceptional views.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
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A lavish 19th-century palace turned hotel, the Pestana Palace is surrounded by acres of tropical gardens and provides a tranquil and relaxing retreat while still within easy striking distance of central Lisbon.
A historic boutique hotel in the heart of Lisbon and overlooking the central Praça do Comércio, the Pousada de Lisboa merges period charm with modern design to create an elegant and sophisticated base. The hotel features an indoor pool and spa as well as a rooftop solarium.
A charming boutique hotel located in the heart of Lisbon’s historic Alfama district the Santiago de Alfama is an elegant option housed within in a former 15th-century palace.
One of Lisbon’s most prestigious hotels, the stylish Tivoli Avenida Liberdade Lisboa offers a convenient location, excellent service, gourmet dining and a panoramic roof terrace. There is also an outdoor pool.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Explore some of Portugal’s most dramatic coastal scenery on this full-day private tour through the Arrábida region south of Lisbon. En route you’ll get to visit a local winery, coastal cliffs and quaint towns with medieval castles.
Explore the Alentejo, Portugal’s most significant food and wine region, on a full-day private tour. You’ll see Roman remains and medieval streets in historic Évora, sample local wines in a family-run winery, and drive through rolling countryside in-between.
Get to grips with Portuguese history with the help of a private guide on this full-day tour from Lisbon that takes in the 14th-century Monastery of Batalha, a medieval hilltop village and the flamboyant Palácio Nacional de Mafra.
Explore Lisbon with a local guide on a private half-day walking tour, which takes in several of its most interesting districts. You’ll learn about the city’s history and traditions, and stop for local food and drinks along the way.