In the wake of the tourism wave that has come to distinguish Lisbon as one of the European capitals most desired as a holiday destination, this boutique hotel constitutes an exemplary business card. The visitor is invited to drink in the local culture, imbued with the urban, contemporary and bohemian spirit of the city. In the heart of the Portuguese capital, the project aimed to adapt the existing space to the new functional programme. It was decided to demolish the interior of the building, preserving the exterior façades, renovating the general image without distorting the original characteristics of the space.

Located in Chiado, in the heart of bohemian Lisbon, a legacy from the late 19th century, when trendy cafés, theatres and shops were filled with top hats and the rustle of chic dresses, the boutique hotel benefits from the most central location and trendy atmosphere. With 47 rooms decorated to provide comfort and serenity, in line with a refined design, in black and gold tones, the hotel claims its modernity. As for the inside, the interiors are dressed in velvet or natural silk, in a palette of warm colours, attesting to a sober luxury. A Portuguese signature par excellence, the traditional azulejo tiles give a finishing touch to its charm, reflecting the colour and light patterns of Lisbon.


«Located between Chiado and the Bairro Alto, it manages to be sunny and shady at the same time, classic and contemporary, without ever losing the neighbourhood charm. It sounds like a complicated mix, but it’s not. At the four-star 9 Hotel Mercy, there was only one goal: to bring a bit of calm to one of the busiest streets in Lisbon. What seemed like a difficult task, amidst the bustle of shops, bars, restaurants and monuments, turned out to be a friendly and uncomplicated hotel where you really want to stay. And slow down.»

Nelma Viana

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