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Why Stay At Mercy Hotel
A minimalist boutique hotel that straddles Lisbon's action-packed Bairro Alto and Chiado districts.
Named after its location on Lisbon's Rua da Misericórdia (Mercy Street), the 47-room Mercy Hotel's facade remains faithful to the symmetry of central Lisbon's mid-18th century Pombaline architecture, but the slick black veneer by architect Miguel Saraiva gives it a modern twist. Inside, it's equally as contemporary: the lobby and lounge bar are crowned by ribbons of metallic gold fabric, while the petit rooms have puckered suede headboards and glossy black walls—and some have views onto the nearby neighborhoods of bustling Bairro Alto and Chiado. Hungry after a long journey? The check-in includes a locally inspired welcome snack: fresh-picked strawberries or quince pastries and Amendoa, a Portuguese almond liqueur.
Head up to the Belvedere Terrace for the best views of Old Lisbon, Saint George's Castle, and the Tagus River.
Explore Lisbon's pedestrian-only areas with operator Red Tour. The company runs tours on GPS-equipped buggies that they'll deliver straight to your door.
Arrive at Lisbon Portela International Airport (LIS) which is approximately 7 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 20 and 30 minutes travel time depending on traffic.Rua da Misericórdia 76, Lisbon, Portugal
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Internet Corner
- Concierge Service
- 24-hour Front Desk
- Laundry Service
- Business Services
- Two Sofas
- 37-inch TVs
- Complimentary Wifi
- Air Conditioning
- Multi-line Phones
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Separate Toilets
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- In-room Safes
- Two Bars
- In-room Dining
- 2 person max occupancy in the Chado Mercy Room
- 2 adult + 1 child occupancy in the Deluxe Room
- VIP Treatment in room on arrival
- Complimentary WiFi
Why We Love Lisbon
Portugal's once-sleepy capital has awakened, and it now attracts lovers of food, music, and design in throngs.
Avenida Infante Dom Henrique Armazém B, Cais da Pedra, Santa Apolónia.
Dinner for two $150.
Where to Drink: Parreirinha de Alfama is the place for nightly performances of fado, Portuguese folk singing accompanied by acoustic guitar and caipirinha cocktails.
Beco Espírito Santo 1.
Drinks for two $30.
Outdoor Excursion: Head to Parque Natural da Arrábida, located 20 miles south of Lisbon's city center, for a bird's-eye view of the Setubal coastline. Follow the two-mile trail that begins at the Arrábida Convent and passes Roman ruins and a 17th-century fort.
Praça da República 2900, Setúbal.
Best Day Trip: Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site just 40 minutes by train from Lisbon, is the picturesque mountaintop home to a 9th-century Moorish castle and the intricately designed Regaleira Palace and Gardens.
Why Go Now
April 4-14, 2013
Lisbon Fish & Flavours
Chef demonstrations, food stalls, and live entertainment around the city.
June 12-13, 2013
Feast of Saint Anthony
Celebrate the patron saint of Lisbon with a parade and street fair in the Alfama district.
July 31-August 14, 2013
Fireworks, light shows, and live performances along the Tagus River.
November 7-10, 2013
Visual arts exhibition showcasing international and local talent.