The ivens hotel

the ivens hotel

How many rooms does the Ivens hotel have?

The hotel has 87 unique and comfortable rooms, of which ten are spacious suites including two signature top floor suites. The entrance was mapped to resemble the journey of Ivens and Capelo, two of greatest Portuguese explorers to unveil Africa back on the XIX century.

Why stay at the Ivens?

We guarantee the safety of your stay. In one of the most cosmopolitan neighborhoods in the capital, the hotel is surrounded by the best shops, restaurants, bars, galleries and bookstores. The Ivens is located at the crossroads between two streets named after two men who crossed the world: Roberto Ivens and Hermenegildo Capelo.

Why choose the Ivens in Lisbon?

We came to Lisbon for our honeymoon, and found the hospitality in Portugal to be top notch. The Ivens raised that bar even further. The staff were absolutely awesome and go out of their way to make you feel welcome and special, even remembering us by name.

Where is the Ivens?

The Ivens is located at the crossroads between two streets named after two men who crossed the world: Roberto Ivens and Hermenegildo Capelo.

Is Lisbon’s Ivens worth a visit?

Sure, Portugal has its share of grand palace hotels, opulent historical gems that offer a slice of time travel with their plush linens and luxuries of space. But until now Lisbon didn’t have something that was pure fantasy and fun. Now it does. Opened in the autumn, the Ivens brings a big dose of lighthearted cosmopolitan fun to the capital.

Why choose the Ivens hotel?

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 encompasses 87 guest rooms in a unique combination of charm, tradition and history.

Where is the Ivens?

The Ivens is located at the crossroads between two streets named after two men who crossed the world: Roberto Ivens and Hermenegildo Capelo.

Why should you visit Lisbon?

A beguiling place of wonders and contrasts, Lisbon is a city built for exploring: art, food, music, and nature can be found in almost every corner.

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