Built around 1900 by the Mexia de Almeida's family, the building was completely restored and adapted in 2007.
It's architecture is characterized by walls
of straight lines, torn by large windows of more than 2 meters of height. Rooms and bedrooms are vaulted and with right foot of more than 4,5 meters, having many walls painted with frescoes and
the main hall made of escariola imitating white marble.
The Hotel consists of 13 Rooms (6 Standard Rooms and 7 Classic Rooms) and 3 Junior Suites. All have Private Bathroom, Television (with Diversified Channels), Telephone and Air Conditioning.
The living room has two naves. One composed of reliefs of plaster with frescoes and the other with a ceiling painted in false relief (troblé). The furniture is made up of exact copies of existing
furniture at the time of construction.
The Restaurant normally closes on Sunday evening and Monday for the Chef's rest.
The garden of the Solar dos Lilases retains all types of plants existing at building's acquisition time by the current owners, and some plants, especially of smell, have been added. There
are more than 100 species among existing trees, plants and shrubs. We suggest a tour of it for observation and smell.
Parking - The Hotel has an indoor park with capacity for more than 15 cars, the gates are closed at night which gives some guarantees of
better security to its guests.
Free Wifi - The Hotel has 4 wifi repeaters and free internet access which guarantees it's availability in virtually the entire building.