Santa Clara 1728 Lisbon, Portugal

Housed inside an 18th century pile in Lisbon, Santa Clara 1728 is the fourth in a string of slick design-led properties from hotelier João Rodrigues. Overlooking the Pantheon and the Tagus River, the hotel has been designed by local architect Manuel Aires Mateus, whose clean, modern interiors are refreshing trimmings to the building’s ancient walls; worn, limestone stairs lead to the guestrooms, where coarse linens, pale woods and furnishings by designer Antonio Citterio. Downstairs, unwind under the warm glow from Davide Groppi’s ‘Simbiosi’ lights with a glass of Portuguese wine and comforting home-made meal, using the freshest market produce. There is also a secluded garden to provide moments of quiet relaxation or reading; friends are invited to share a communal dinning table where everything happens around meal times….. just like at home

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