AT HOME...IN LISBON - Emporium Lisbon Suites offers a different concept of accommodation in the city. We plan your arrival so you can feel at home, not in a hotel.
AT HOME...IN LISBON
Emporium Lisbon Suites offers a different concept of accommodation in the city. We plan your arrival so you can feel at home, not in a hotel.
We don't have receptionists or impersonal welcoming smiles.
To feel at home, we offer some automated services to fulfil all the requirements during your stay.
The beautiful and attractive interior design of the Suites welcomes you into an confortable and cosy atmosphere where you can feel at home. The Suites are charming and spacious, from the living and sleeping areas through the kitchenette and bathroom. Let yourself be captivated by the natural light that enters through the windows and by the splendid view over the Tagus River.
All Suites have a modern and fully equipped kitchenette to prepare your daily meals, a pleasant living area with a sofa and Led TV with Cable, king or twin size bed of extreme comfort for a peaceful sleep, and private bathroom with shower or bathtub. They also include free wireless internet, air conditioning, safe deposit and daily cleaning. All Suites have access by elevator and you don’t need a card or a key, just a pin code that will be sent to you by e-mail two days before your arrival. Everything for you to feel at home.
Emporium Lisbon Suites is strategically located in downtown Lisbon, in one of the most alive and exciting area of the city! You can easily walk to Terreiro do Paço and Rua Augusta Arch or to Lisboa Cathedral and get lost in the famous streets of Alfama, one of the most typical quarters of Lisbon.
We are an excellent starting point to explore the city by foot or public transports. On one side you’ll find downtown Lisbon with its museums, churches and historic monuments, on the other side the typical quarters of Lisbon like Alfama, Sé and the medieval Lisbon São Jorge Castle. In front you'll find the new riverside neighborhood that extends along the blue Tagus River.