Discover the historical past and the cosmopolitan present of Lisbon.
In Lisbon, on the corner of the Avenida da Liberdade with the Largo da Anunciada, is a beautiful 18th century building, sober and discreet in its architectural style, which is home to the charming hotel Heritage Av Liberdade.
On this square there used to be a Monastery for Dominican nuns and the Palace of the Ericeiras, both destroyed by the 1755 earthquake. The Ericeiras were the proprietors of a large part of the land that gave rise to the Passeio Público, the current Avenida da Liberdade, and the hotel’s building.
The refurbishment project was conceived by Miguel Câncio Martins, the Portuguese architect famous for his interventions at the Buddha Bar in Paris, Strictly Hush in London and the Man Ray in New York.
The building’s 18th century façade was kept, as well as the masonry and the railings on the balconies. Inside, the Pombal age tiles, the wooden portals and pieces of antique furniture were restored. The outcome is a comfortable and refined environment with a cosmopolitan feel.
Located in the heart of Lisbon’s historical centre, the hotel is very close to the city’s typical areas. Walk down the avenue in the direction of Rossio and Chiado, climb the hills into the Bairro Alto, Alfama or the São Jorge Castle that has watched over the city for centuries.
ARTEH® Exclusive Offer
- Welcome drink.
- Early check-in (subject to availability).
- Late check-out (until 14h).
- Free entrance in the National Museum of Ancient Art.