As Janelas Verde
As Janelas Verde
Stylishly homely

As Janelas Verde

An intimate 29-room boutique hotel close to the river in Lisbon’s Santos design district. It’s housed inside an 18th-century residence near the National Museum of Ancient Art, with a panoramic terrace and a delightful inner courtyard.

As Janelas Verdes is a small boutique hotel full of charm set in an 18th-century townhouse formerly inhabited by Portuguese writer José Maria Eça de Queiróz. It’s located in a picturesque street near the banks of the River Tagus in Santos, Lisbon’s design district, a convenient address to explore the capital.

Inside, a rich décor of paintings, embroidered cushions, small pieces of art, and period details combined convey a sense of warmth and homeliness that feels like arriving at a friend’s house. The communal areas include a wood-paneled library with a terrace overlooking the river and a delightful terraced garden filled with greenery, both providing lovely gathering points for reading and talking with a drink from the honesty bar.

Food & Drink

There’s no onsite restaurant, but the hotel offers 24-hour room service and an excellent breakfast of local pastries, fresh produce, and hot dishes served in the garden or in a lovely room inside.

Rooms

The 29 rooms are bathed in light and have a classic home décor that combines soft colours, thick curtains, carpets, and floral wallpaper. All are good sized and come with desks and comfy armchairs. Bathrooms are equipped with bathrobes and Molton Brown toiletries.

Facts

STYLE
Stylishly homely
LOCATION
Lisbon
DETAILS

Garage • Free WiFi • 24-hour front desk • Terrace • Bar

You can book directly with hotel or take advantage of Tales Concierge. Best Available Rate is always guaranteed.

Amenities

Amenities you get when booking with Tales Hotels Collection

  • Late check out upon availability
  • Early check-in upon availability
  • Complimentary Private Arrival transfer 
  • 50€ credit per staying, minimum 3 nights

Points of View

Homely feel
This hotel is undoubtedly chic and elegant, yet it evokes that special feeling of being at a friend’s house, thanks to its unique décor and intimate common areas oozing history and character.
Attractive river views
The lovely terrace accessible from the library provides a scenic spot for lounging after a long day of sightseeing, while soaking up some wonderful views of the river Tagus.
Lazy breakfasts in the courtyard
Surrounded by lush ivy climbing up the walls, the hotel’s inner terraced garden is an enchanting spot for lazy breakfasts to the sweet sound of birds chirping.
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Staying in Lisbon

Next door to Bairro Alto and the city’s famous Ribeira market, Santos is a pretty riverside neighbourhood with tranquil streets lined with historic palaces, antique shops, and great tascas, the traditional Portuguese restaurants. It’s been long considered Lisbon’s design district for the abundance of art galleries and new conversions that characterise the area.

 

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