Set on the border of the Principe Real and Bairro Alto districts - Lisbon?s bohemian quarter - The Independente Suites & Terrace sits across the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint famous for its breath-taking views of the Tagus river, the Baixa area and the iconic Castelo de São Jorge. We?re just a stone?s throw away from Chiado ? a prime shopping area and a notorious hipster training ground ? as well as just minutes away from the famous Rossio train station, and Lisbon?s party street at Cais do Sodré.Restaurant:
Quite the quirky atmosphere from food to context set in a unique rooftop with a ridiculous view of the Castle, old Lisbon town and Tagus river. Whether on the intimate Terrace or at the Bar our chef will provide you a rediscovery of flavors and textures through the least expected combinations. The Insólito is the perfect place to gather groups, meetings and events, with a maximum capacity of 65 people..Exterior:
This is a historic building.General:
The Independente Suites & Terrace is a creative hospitality concept aims to set a blast on those who want to have an out-of-the-box experience. Bohemian and palatial rooms set in one of Lisbon?s most fascinating addresses, Chiado and Bairro Alto. Our welcoming staff and the uniquely different 22 suites, with hand-picked items spread through-out, are all part of your Lisbon experience. The Independente Suites & Terrace is set in an 18th century palace, and retains most of its original elements, having however undergone a complete renovation before its opening. The facade is salmon colored, with green iron details on the windows. The building faces the São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint, were you can find one of the best views of the city, overlooking the Baixa and the river. The lobby at the Independente Suites & Terrace is where everything happens. Set next door, at the Independente Hostel & Suites, its twin unit, guests will find a lively mix of people from all sorts of backgrounds. You will find guests leaving and arriving and checking in at the front desk, or leaving their luggage in the private room. You might take some time resting on the vintage sofas, browsing a magazine, or go over the next room and grab a drink from The Decadente bar....