Pack City & SPA | Jupiter Lisboa Hotel

Lisbon, the best option to relax for 3 nights in the city. 
We have prepared a perfect plan for you. In this trip, you will discover the essence of Lisbon, one of the oldest capitals of Europe, cradle of cultures, aromas and flavors that will remain in your memory for a long time.

Let yourself fall in love with the Portuguese culture, walk along the banks of the Tejo river while watching the sunset and then visit the oldest Lisbon's Neighbourhoods of Mouraria and Alfama- the birthplace of Fado. Immerse yourself in Portuguese gastronomy while watching the Fado music in Bairro Alto and listen to the lyrics of this traditional music while enjoying a variety of traditional Portuguese gastronomy.

City & SPA Package

  • Accommodation and breakfast;
  • 1 Welcome drink per person in the hotel bar;
  • Daily access to the SPA circuit;
  • Fado dinner for two in the Casa de Fados - Restaurante FAIA
  • Minimum stay of 3 nights;

Booking Conditions:

  • Fado Dinner at Casa de Fados - O Faia with 1 drink per person (1 glass of wine or beer or juice/refrigerant and mineral water and coffee). To consult the menu, click here;
  • Schedule: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays between 19h30 and 23h;
  • The reservation of the day and time you wish to enjoy the Fado Dinner should be made 2 days in advance at the reception of the Jupiter Lisboa Hotel or;
Founded in 1947, "O Faia" remains to this day as a reference in the Lisbon night.
In more than half a century of existence, with Fado nights, great names have been a regular presence in this house, starting with the founder, Lucília do Carmo, herself an important figure in the History of Fado, and continuing with her son, Carlos do Carmo, who directed O Faia's destiny until 1980. Here they sang names like Alfredo Marceneiro, Tristão da Silva, Fernando Maurício, Ada de Castro, Beatriz da Conceição, Vasco Rafael, Camané, among others. Currently, the presence of Lenita Gentil, Anita Guerreiro, Ricardo Ribeiro and António Rocha, accompanied by Fernando Silva on the Portuguese guitar and Paulo Ramos on the viola, give continuity to that tradition.