(16 Nov 2021)
Six Senses has signed a deal to expand its brand
to the heart of Lisbon, for what will be the group's second
property in Portugal after the Six
Senses Douro Valley in the heart of the countrys wine region.
The Six Senses Lisbon will be housed within the converted 17th-century Palácio Lavra and the remarkable Palácio de Pedrosas.
was built in 1764 for an Italian merchant and then later sold to
the Portuguese postal service.
Adjacent to the famous Elevator do Lavra funicular railway, Six Senses Lisbon
will be close to all the
citys cultural highlights including the Coliseu Theater,
Politeama Theater and, for fashionistas, the emblematic Liberdade
Avenue is just a few meters away.
The Six Senses Lisbon is scheduled to open in 2025.
Once open, Six Senses Lisbon will offer 114 guest
rooms within the two buildings. The Palácio de Pedrosas is a
journey through time with pieces acquired by the original merchant
still in situ, along with classic and modern art, book
collections, antique rugs, maps, and handmade textile sculptures.
generous room proportions, large windows and doors, and high
ceilings will give the hotel a breezy and contemporary flow. The suites
feature separate fitted kitchens and outdoor terraces with a
dining area and sofas, perfect for a relaxing escape at the
end of a busy day spent shopping or visiting the citys
Facilities at the Six Senses Lisbon will include a rooftop terrace,
a private central garden featuring vine-covered glass atriums, a choice
of F&B outlets, a 1,000-sqm spa with eight treatment rooms, indoor
and outdoor wet areas, a fitness center, dance studio and a yoga
To bring its urban vision to life in
Lisbon, Six Senses is working with Key International and ARD
Investment and Development.
It is a great responsibility for us to restore
these magnificent and unique properties in Lisbon, said Jaime Ardid, Partner at ARD Investment and Development. We are
fortunate and grateful for this opportunity to bring the essence
of the two palácios back to life, joining forces with the
professional Six Senses team. Were focusing all our energies on
giving Lisbon a cultural landmark the local community can feel
proud of and that shines bright for our international guests.
The Six Senses Lisbon is set to open in 2025.