Spaces . rooms, suites, apartments
The Palacete of the Marquis of Angeja consists of 2 bodies of buildings and a garden. The main body (the Palacete itself) was built around 1758 in the neo-classical style, known in Portugal as the Pombalian style of the name of the Marquis de Pombal who presided over the reconstruction of Lisbon after the earthquake of 1 November 1755. The world is very small, since it was precisely the Marquis of Angeja who succeeded the functions of Ppmbal in 1778. The second building dates from the 19th century, certainly before 1870; And as it had no interest we 'associated' it with the completed modern building to construct in 2015 and finished to decorate in 2017. In fact one reaches the garden and the new construction by Beco Marques de Angeja to which the family Has left its name, while an apartment and a suite are accessible from the main door of the Palacete. We therefore have two entrances, one called the Palacete, and one called 'behind the red door' which corresponds to the entrance to the garden. This garden is the 'third element', a rarity in this place of Lisbon. The Salon Vert, located in the Palacete itself, is the 'node' of our little paradise. These are our 'Green Spaces'. E,njoy!
I go, we will go to the Palacete . Entrance via rua Sao Joao da Praça .
I go, we will go Behind the Red Door . entrance via Beco Marques de Angeja .