Upon Lisbon Prime Residences’ sophistication is the perfect blend of exclusive service and absolute convenience.
In 2019, the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) commended the Portuguese government for making tourism a priority with a 8.1% growth in 2019 and contributing USD $45.5BN to the nation’s economy. This meant that €1 in every €5 came from tourism in Portugal. This level of growth is the highest of any country Europe. Of course, coronavirus changed everything. The astonishing growth, however, resulted in the expansion of new neighborhoods in Lisbon that allowed new hotels and restaurants to flourish. Nestled in one of Lisbon’s new and growing areas is a luxury apartment hotel: Upon Lisbon where 129 fully-equipped apartments provide travelers the comforts of both a hotel and of a home.
With the popular Estádio Sport Lisboa e Benfica as the magnificent backdrop and merely a few steps away, Upon Lisbon is an obvious choice for football fans or concertgoers. If attending a football match isn’t enough, the nearby Museu Benfica – Cosme Damiao and Estatua de Eusebio can take any football obsession to a whole new level.
Situated above the hotel lobby is a sophisticated Business Center that offers free Wi-Fi, photocopy service and a quiet space for small meetings. Upon Lisbon has additional rooms and space for business events and larger meetings. To release stress, the hotel gym is fully stocked with treadmills, ellipticals, paddles, bikes and bodybuilders to keep you in shape and feeling sharp.
As opposed to a plethora of boutique hotels in Principe Real or quaint Airbnbs in the hills of Alfama, Upon Lisbon’s modern and creative concept of hospitality is a merge of exclusive service and absolute convenience. The five-people apartments encompasses two bedrooms, a living room with equipped kitchen and sofa bed and two bathrooms. Even the smallest studio apartment comes with a living room, a double sofa bed, a kitchenette – ideal for long-term business travelers looking for a stylish place to call home.
Are you a creature of habit in need of a morning workout to kickstart your day with a large dosage of adrenaline? Glistening from the top of this apartment hotel is a massive indoor heated pool with a moving glass roof, which opens during summertime and stays close during winter months. Accompanied by the view of Estádio da Luz, the pool is also made for loungers looking to indulge in the breathtaking view. Either you’re a sunrise or sunset chaser, this pool is the epitome of Lisbon’s stylish setting.
Heading to a hole in the wall restaurant in the middle of the city might be a bit exhausting once evening strikes, that’s when Dona Joaquina comes in. Upon Lisbon’s lobby-floor restaurant features a Portuguese grandmother’s kitchen with fresh seafood and seasonal vegetables harvested less than 100 kilometers from the apartment hotel. Make sure to order a three-course meal with a tasty mix of both meats and seafood while ending your dinner with a sweet indulgence.
Upon Lisbon’s pool bar sits on top of the hotel, it captivates Lisbon’s trendy business crowd. It’s also a chic stop before or after a football game, for seasonal cocktails while dipping your feet in the warm water.