The hip International Design Hotel is located in one of the most recognized squares in down town Lisbon, Rossio Square, with classic architecture in the outside, but inside it’s the archetypal contemporary-design boutique hotel.
Divided in four distinct concepts that bring four different experiences in the same place is one of the reach goals of this hotel, where even the smell is one of the main characteristics of the room and halls.
Urban, inspired in big cities rhythm, as room decorated with graffiti, cold metals and strong colors. The tribe city inspiration full of sensuality, translated by the organic forms and the savannah colors. In the Zen rooms people can appreciate an relaxing ambiance brought by simple shapes and clean elements. The Pop zone is fresh and full of colors, inspired by Andy Warhol with a lot of geometric shapes and the wall smell like bubble-gum.
In any pattern they start out compact but not at all lacking in comfort, and expand to take in up to 25 square meters, taking in a 40-inch TV and a hydromassage tub along the way.
The stylish Naoki restaurant serves a modern Portuguese cuisine, and the Rossio Wine Bar is another fine example of truth in advertising. More unexpected is the Heaven Room, not a white-clad nightclub but a multi-purpose relaxation space, including a reading room, massage space and conference center.