Design Apartment in Santos
Located in Santos, which was home to the mansions of the upper classes in the 18th century that now have been turned into hotels and embassies, the neighbourhood is today a lively area famous for its bars and clubs, as well as for home décor shops, design and architecture schools.
This bright and spacious Design Apartment in Santos has recently undergone complete refurbishment and has been finished to an extremely high standard with numerous modern appliances and amenities to make your stay in Portugal’s capital as comfortable and convenient as possible.
Designed with every little detail in mind, this airy Apartment also features a 322 sq. ft. (30m2) Mediterranean inspired courtyard complete with a dining table and a seating area, which makes this property a dreamy place to stay in the heart of the city.
Inside, the oak parquet flooring and white walls create a bright backdrop for this apartment's contemporary style, where the large living room gets lots of natural light and makes the space an inviting and welcoming home. Containing a cozy couch, designed chairs, and a large screen TV, the living area has a soothing neutral color palette that makes this Apartment a comfortable yet sophisticated place.
Featuring walls with white stone in the working area, the spacious kitchen is good for working and also to entertain people. Extended by a central island with stools, this space will be the delight of any demanding chef for an appetising meal to be cooked to end a perfect evening. The kitchen flows easily into a stylish dining space, which is perfect for grabbing a bottle from the large fridge during dinner.
Having 1 master bedroom with a king-size bed and a bedroom with a single bed, coming along with 2 bathrooms, this pet-friendly Apartment sits on 1,400 square feet (130m2) and can comfortably accommodate up to 4 guests, and provides the perfect accommodation for a couple or small family looking for an exclusive stay in Portugal.
A short 10-minute drive will lead you to the district of Belem, where Christopher Columbus stopped on his way back to Europe after discovering the New World. UNESCO World Heritage monument, the Belém Tower (Torre de Belém) is a magnificent monument that guards Lisbon’s harbor and impresses by its design and refined details.
A short walk away from this historical monument is the 16th-century Monastery of Jeronimos, a majestic building that showcases a Portugal’s splendor during the age of discoveries that was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. To complete your visit to this district, take a moment to indulge a tasteful Pastel de Nata!
Among the beauties of the capital, you will not miss to discover magical places, such as Praça do Comércio, Praça Dom Pedro IV and Largo de São Domingos, and a walk through the city’s cobbled streets will lead take you to the famous Avenida de Liberdade, a wide boulevard with designer stores, cafes and restaurants scattered across either side. Keep walking from the Rossio Square, you will be taken to the grand Rua Augusta Arch, which was built to commemorate the city’s reconstruction after the earthquake in 1755.
Condo with 1 level
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1400 square feet, 131 square meters
King and Twin
4 guests maximum
Lisbon Portela Airport
About 20 min drive
The apartment has a gorgeous Mediterranean inspired terrace!
Pets Welcome Upon Approval
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest
- Wine Country
- Glória Funicular (30 mins walk) - This iconic yellow funicular has been connecting Restauradores Square and the Bairro Alto since 1885. The short-but-steep ride is included in a standard public transport day pass.
- Chiado Museum of Contemporary Art (20 mins walk) - Exhibitions celebrating Portuguese art from the 19th to the 21st century can be found in this modern museum, located inside an ancient monastery in Lisbon’s old town.
- Calouste Gulbenkian Museum (15 mins drive) - Nestled in landscaped gardens, this hidden gem houses a vast and varied art collection. It also hosts temporary exhibitions, from painting and sculpture to jewellery and furniture.
- Lisbon Sports Club (30 mins drive) - Founded in 1861 through mountains and valleys, this Golf Course maintains the true spirit of sportsmanship.
Places of Interest
- Chiado (25 mins walk) - Features a multitude of traditional shops and typical cafés. The lively bars and eateries of Bairro Alto are within a short walk.
- King Pedro IV Square (30 mins walk) - Also referred as “Rossio”, the Portuguese take pride of this square characterized by stone paving, grand fountains with a statue.
- Plaza do Comercio (30 min walk) - This harbour-facing square is the “gateway to Lisbon” in recognition of the time when merchant ships arriving at the port.
- Santo Antonio (35 mins walk) - This district is a great choice for the ones interested in monuments, architecture and friendly locals.
- Eduardo VII Park (35 mins walk) - With the 2 stuffs, the hothouse and the greenhouse for highlights, the park sits at the top of the city and offers fine views.
- Belem tower (10 mins drive) - First built to protect the city in the 15th century, the monument is now classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
- Sanctuary of Christ the King (20 mins drive) - The Cristo Rei is one of the most iconic monuments in Lisbon built to thank God for protecting Portugal during World War II.
- Sanctuary of Fatima (1 hour and a half drive) - The forth biggest catholic pilgrimage site in the world is famous for the apparition of Virgin Mary to 3 little shepherds.