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July 2013
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Lisbon, Portugal: The hotel Four Seasons Ritz

Opened in 1959, comissioned by Salazar to be Portugal’s landmark hotel, “the Ritz” is still a showcase for the 600 works of art that are scattered throughout. This is simply the largest private art collection in the city. And its enough to simply wander the halls, admiring paintings and sculptures by the greatest contemporary Portuguese artists (like Almada Negreiros, for example). The building, massive and imposing on the border of the Eduardo VII Park, is the lungs of the city.
The rooms are obviously very luxurious but do not forget to swing by the immaculate spa and climb onto the roof of the building where a jogging track is installed! Running with the roofs of Lisbon in the panorama is a small, but utterly priceless luxury. The sushi restaurant at the Ritz is the most famous of the city. And the hotel offers guests exclusive services like the ability to explore the city in a sidecar with a guide. In short, live like a prince and discover the city as a backpacker, that is the bohemian chic design of the Ritz Lisboa!


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