Lisbon is replete with historic buildings with an aesthetic that blends a modern city with age-old charm – that’s why The One Palácio Da Anunciada is the perfect fit for the Portuguese capital. The new five-star hotel is housed in an old 16th-century palace, located just steps away from the central Praça dos Restauradores and from Avenida da Liberdade, one of the main art and shopping districts of central Lisbon.
The One Palácio da Anunciada boasts 83 rooms – of which five suites – a gastronomic restaurant, a gourmet cocktail bar and a wine and tapas bar, a 2,500 sqm garden and an outdoor swimming pool with bar, the Despacio Spa at The One, business centre and meetings facilities. In the palace – founded in 1533 – there was once a library with more than 18,000 books and a museum with works of Rubens, Titian and Correggio and in the gardens there was a sculpture of Bernini built in Rome. In 1755, an earthquake struck and caused serious damage to the building. In more recent history, it was acquired by the Count of Burnay and, in 1926, by Ateneu Comercial of Lisbon.