Located in the center of Avenida da Liberdade, in Lisbon's most upscale area, Valverde Hotel opened its doors in September 2014. Referring to London and New York Townhouses, Valverde Hotel has a classic and elegant language, punctuated by contemporary furniture, artwork, objects, and antiques. It is these pieces, the light, the comfort of the fabrics and materials used, and the treatment of the space as if it were a residence, that intend to distinguish this from all the other hotels that may exist in the surroundings, creating a unique place, as an “Oasis of comfort and discreet luxury.” Valverde Hotel welcomes business and leisure guests by offering space in an extended home with a deeply intimate atmosphere.
Rooms & Suites - Extremely comfortable, with an elegant and sober decoration, they create a proper relaxation environment. These, with dense colored walls in contrast to the light fabrics and colorful trim, have comfortable and sophisticated furniture, punctuated by antique furniture and paintings, making us feel at home…
Dining - Continuing the Hotel's aesthetics, the vintage and modern look furnishings blend with 13th-century prints and diverse and eclectic decorative lighting. The courtyard-facing “Sitio Valverde” Restaurant / Bar, with its soaring ceiling, is a unique space for a sophisticated clientele to dine at any time of day. A menu with an offer of the usual “Classics,” added a daily suggestion made by the Chef to the table, in a very particular way and adapted to the taste of each client. The restaurant's menu, Sitio Valverde, characterized by an author cuisine, executed and interpreted by Chef Carla Sousa, is focused mainly on Portuguese cuisine. It has a capacity of 30 seats and serving Breakfast, Lunch, Tea of Five, and Dinner. The hotel offers a bar service with its signature cocktails and an all-day Classics menu and the restaurant.
The Páteo is a true oasis that surprises you behind all the bustle of the avenue. A very fresh environment is a space adjoining the Restaurant and Bar. Its flowerpots of varying heights and greenery create places with privacy and intimacy for both reading and relaxation, as well as for reserved business conversations. The black background's rigor is broken by the terracotta vases and the varied and different furniture with colorful fabrics. In this idyllic space, you can enjoy all-day food and beverage service with a "classic" menu for those who prefer lighter, alfresco dining. A service of “Tea of Five” with its own style and author cocktails is also the delight of those who visit. The music of Deep House, Funky and Groove, or Fado and Jazz nights when the weather permits makes this space a Lisbon icon. Smoking space.