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Located in the heart of Chiado in central Lisbon, The Ivens Hotel embodies the majestic trip of the explorers Ivens and Capelo that name the surrounding streets, as well as, the history of an iconic building in the city. The 5-star opens its doors in May 2020 with a heritage of explorers in a unique combination of charm, tradition and history.

Located in the heart of Lisbon between Bairro Alto and Baixa Lisboeta, The Ivens Hotel embraces the heritage and tradition that Chiado has developed over the centuries. Neighbourhood of artists, thinkers and explorers, in every street we discover details of an old Lisbon waiting to be discovered.







With its 19th century layout and originally a small palace, the building was home to the Alcobia Department Store and the Portuguese Catholic Broadcaster until it was designed into a hotel. In the refurbishment, the original façade was kept as well as the interior gained the nobility of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth. With lush spaces, full of details, fabrics and plants, the environment gains an “old” environment that takes you back to the late colonial atmosphere


With 87 rooms overlooking the city and the Tagus River, the careful atmosphere with decoration details dating back to the last century give the stay at The Ivens Hotel a stripped and refined comfort.


The Ivens Hotel food and beverage offer will be one of the city's highlights in 2020. Still in secrecy, subscribe to our newsletter to stay abreast of what the hotel will offer.


What to say about what surrounds The Ivens Hotel? One of the most emblematic and characteristic quarters of the city, each street is a discovery of Lisbon of the past. From the oldest operating bookstore in the world, Bertrand, to the café and meeting point of our city's history, Café A Brasileira, you will have much to discover in the streets surrounding the hotel.

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