RUA CASTILHO 6-12
020 3011 3102
|Flight time from UK:
||2 hrs 25 mins
||GMT 0 hours
|Location & Parking:
5km from the main airport.
A universe of culture and literature. A space specially thought out for people who enjoy reading. A hotel that lives and breathes literature. This is the Eurostars Das Letras, possibly the most literary hotel on the whole continent. Don’t be surprised if you find Neruda or Mark Twain in your room, Virginia Wolf in the bathroom or Stendhal characters prowling around your bed, Dickens leaning on the bar or Pessoa and Cervantes amicably conversing in one of the meeting rooms. The Eurostars Das Letras Hotel is one of the most rewarding and breakaway novelties that has happened in the last few years by the Tagus estuary. It is a luxury establishment where the secret ingredients of our recipe are blended in perfect proportions: design, top quality comfort, the latest in technological advances and, of course, literature and more literature.
Each one of the 101 rooms of he Eurostars Das Letras is dedicated to a celebrated writer: our guests will find on their bed headrest a large frame with a fragment of a particular author in its original version from Shakespeare to Calderón de la Barca, from Virgil to Saramago the essence of universal literature from every era.
This is an ideal establishment for business travel with a business centre, Wi-Fi connections throughout the premises, a gym, sauna, private parking, a restaurant and four completely equipped meeting rooms adaptable for all kinds of corporate events of any size: from 10 persons in the Camoes Lounge to 120 in the Pessoa Lounge. The Das Letras Restaurant, with its décor in contemporary design and its outdoor terrace, serves the finest traditional, Portuguese cuisine and international dishes.
Flanked by two large, emblematic Lisbon spaces, the Botanical Gardens and the Avenida da Liberdade, the Eurostars Das Letras enjoys a privileged location in the Portuguese capital, exactly at the point where the business city and the tourist and shopping areas meet. An endless assortment of Lisbon attractions are available within walking distance from the main door of the hotel: Praça Marques de Pombal, Santa Justa, Bairro Alto and its cultural and night-time offers, the Chiado and its book stores, the Castle of Sao Jorge, Alfama, Rossío Square, Praça do Comércio, Praça do Municipio, Rua da Prata, Graça, Lapa and even the streets close to the Benfica area. The hotel is surrounded by excellent restaurants and boutiques. By public transport, the hotel is easily accessible from the Airport, Santa Apolonia Station and other emblematic places in the city, like the Belem district or the Parque das Naçoes, with the Estaçao de Oriente designed by Santiago Calatrava or the impressive Oceanarium.