Three-star hotel after complete renovation.
The hotel includes 47 rooms and is located in one of the main areas of the city center with good transport accessibility.
We can help you get a Gold Visa (permit without tax residence) when buying a property worth €500,000 or more.
The property is located in about 5 km from the airport.
Lisbon is the capital and largest port of Portugal, the oldest city in Western Europe with the warmest winters among all European metropolises. The population of the city exceeds 500,000 people.
The following industries are developed in Lisbon: textile, footwear, leather, furniture, ceramic, oil refining, petrochemical, cement, automobile, shipping, electrical and electronic, mechanical engineering and paper industry.
- The Portuguese economy is developing steadily. According to PwC, the country's GDP by the fourth quarter of 2017 increased by 2.4%. Experts predicted that in 2018, GDP growth will be 2.1%, and in 2019 – 1.7%.
- The unemployment rate is noticeably reduced: in January 2017, one could talk about 10.1%, and in January 2018 — already at 7.9%.