Lisbon City Room
Bedroom with balcony overviewing the Botanical Garden and the city, decorated with antique and traditional Portuguese tiles - although located in the center of Lisbon, you can read your book, looking at the trees and listening to the birds
This room is dedicated to the city of Lisbon, which was, as history tells, protected several times by D. Pedro V. Its detail-oriented decoration with antique Portuguese stone niches and tiles glazing with the city’s natural sunlight highlights the best of what our timeless city has to offer.
- Size: 20m² / 215 sq.ft
- Free WiFi high speed internet access
- Extra large Queen bed (180cmx200cm/ 70 5/5'' x 79 1/2'') or two twin beds - at your choice
- Balcony overlooking the Botanical Garden trees and the Lisbon hills
- Occupancy: 2 adults
- Up to 1 baby under 3 years old may use a crib – subject to availability. * Extra charge
- Breakfast buffet or room service breakfast on request
- Premium bathroom amenities
- LCD TV
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Daily maid service
About Lisbon and the Royal Prince
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THE LIAISON OF THE ROYAL PRINCE TO THE CITY OF LISBON
lisbon, the capital city of portugal, lies on the banks of the tagus river, as old and wise as a city of the old world can be. one can’t speak of lisbon without mentioning its bright blue skies, sunny weather and fresh ocean air. a city that is old in years but ever-new, at the same time.
It was the birthplace of the Royal Prince, the epicenter of political and cultural turmoil and the most western capital city of Europe. It was also home to the Royal Family and made famous by its cultural landmarks, which still stir memories of the Age of the Discoveries.
The Royal Prince, D. Pedro V, was very fond of Lisbon and its ethereal beauty. Even in the most dangerous of times, when Lisbon was committed with an infectious (and lethal) wave of cholera and later of yellow fever, D. Pedro V didn’t seek shelter as advised by his physicians, instead he ran to the Hospitals to offer aid and support to the ill.
For that reason, a part of Lisbon was named in his memory, and despite having reigned for a short period of time, his shimmering passage didn’t go unnoticed in the hearts of the Portuguese people that are constantly reminded of him every time they take a stroll down the Royal Prince Garden (Jardim do Príncipe Real), right in the center of Lisbon, where “Casa do Príncipe, The Lisbon Bed & Breakfast” is located.