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Casa Amora
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R. João Penha 13, 1250-131 Lisboa, Portugal

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  • "Lisbon, a twentieth century bourgeois house converted into a charming B & B, with exquisite details and personalized attention"
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Casa Amora is a charming guesthouse based in a typical early 20th-century Lisbon bourgeois building, located in one of its most pleasant and central districts, in Praça das Amoreiras. Nearby, you will find an eighteenth-century aqueduct, which survived the great 1755 earthquake, Water Museum and Viera...

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More information about Casa Amora

Rooms

  • Total Rooms 5

Property facilities

  • Garden

Facilities of property

  • In town
  • Pets allowed

Common services

  • Shuttle service from airport / station
  • Daily housekeeping

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Traveling in family

Children of all ages can stay at Casa Amora. Children under 2 years can stay in cots and the rest of older children in extra beds. The rooms are very spacious and the studios have a kitchen, which facilitates the family getaway.

Culture and heritage

Surroundings. Casa Amora is located in one of the most pleasant and central neighborhoods of Lisbon, in the Plaza de las Amoreiras. Nearby is an aqueduct of the eighteenth century, which survived the great earthquake of 1755, the Water Museum and the Museum of Viera da Silva. Its location is ideal for visiting the antique shops of Rua de São Bento and Rua da Escola Politécnica, the historic districts of Chiado and Bairro Alto, as well as Avenida da Liberdade and its fashion shops.

Discover Lisbon. Lisbon is a welcoming city with a nostalgic air that fascinates everyone who visits it. The charm lies in its trams, cobblestones, viewpoints, the Tagus River, gastronomy, fado and the peculiarity of each of its neighborhoods. Do not miss the Jerónimos Monastery, the Torre de Belem, the Plaza del Comercio, the tram 28, the Sé, the Castillo de San Jorge, the Café A Brasileira, the Convento do Carmo or the viewpoint of San Pedro de Alcántara.

In Casa Amora

Breakfast at Casa Amora is quite a show. It is an abundant and tasty breakfast buffet served in the courtyard, based on fresh and fresh products, such as cheeses, different breads, ham, yogurt, cereals, croissants, tea, coffee, juice, biscuits or traditional cakes cream. And all this in a very chic environment with canvas chairs and the colorful tiles from Caldas da Rainha and created by Rafael Bordalo.

Make yourself at home. Casa Amora is a cozy accommodation that will make you feel at home, but with exquisite decoration and attention. You can stay in one of its 5 rooms or one of its 6 studios with kitchen. At any time of the day you can have fresh fruit, tea, coffee or sweets. There is also an honesty bar. And your hosts will give you good advice so you can enjoy your stay to the fullest.

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Guest Book Casa Amora

Based on 3 comments

9.3

Hotel

10

Room

8

Breakfast

9.3

Hotel Service

10

  • 9

    18-12-2016

  • BestEstuvimos en el puente de Diciembre, con mascotas, excelente trato, y precioso lugar, nos hicieron sentir como en casa, nos informaron además de sitios de interés y como llegar a ellos, sin duda volveríamos allí.
  • 9.5

    04-01-2017

  • BestSi alguien quiere una buena recomendación para alojarse en Lisboa, sin ninguna duda le mandaría a Casa Amora. Este pequeño hotel, muy bien ubicado en una zona tranquila y muy cerca de todo, es perfecto. Las habitaciones, todas decoradas de manera diferente, son muy cómodas y no les falta detalle. Todo el personal, y Luis en concreto, es súper amable y nos hicieron sentir como en casa.
    El desayuno es buenísimo y cada día te ofrece algún producto típico diferente.
    No dejéis de visitar el pequeño café que hay al lado.
    Ha sido la mejor manera de comenzar bien el año. Volveremos seguro.
  • 9.5

    28-01-2017

  • BestHemos pasado tres días en Casa Amora como si estuviéramos alojados en casa de unos amigos. Lo recomendaría como parte de la experiencia de visitar Lisboa, es un lugar con encanto, muy bien situado, la atención es excelente, amabilidad , información sobre la ciudad , los desayunos están hechos con cariño y decorados con la cerámica típica de Lisboa. A pocos metros tienes posibilidad de cenar muy bien en restaurantes caseros.Sin duda volveremos a Casa Amora en un futuro viaje a Lisboa !