Formerly known as Hotel Veneza, this 1886 edifice built by Portuguese lawyer Adriano Antão Barata Salgueiro has a fabulously over-the-top interior. Beyond the stained-glass window above the entrance, a colourful mural of Lisbon ascends the elegant spiral staircase. The large rooms aren’t quite so kitsch, with beige, brown and cream predominating since the 2014 refurbishment. While the hotel offers few services (there’s no Wi-Fi in the rooms, though it is free in the common areas), its location makes it a bargain.
|Venue name:||Ever Lisboa|
Avenida da Liberdade 189