Santa Clara 1728

A sanctuary in the center of Lisbon.

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The soft and serene guest suites of Santa Clara 1728 feel just like a family home: there are only six rooms, guests are invited to gather at a communal dinner table, and the owner, hotelier João Rodrigues, lives on the property’s top two floors. The hotel is situated in an 18th-century palace in Alfama, Lisbon’s cultural quarter, and was renovated by architect Manuel Aires Mateus. Interiors are characterized by natural light, luxurious materials, and a soothing color palette; oil paintings lean against the walls of the tastefully furnished rooms, and from the windows, there are views over the city’s red-tiled roofs to the Rio Tejo.

Santa Clara 1728
Campo de Santa Clara 128 RC,
1100-473 Lisbon,
Portugal

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