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Inside the hotel in March

Erva After Work

After the working day is done, there is nothing like retreating to the relaxing atmosphere of a bar. These after-work meetings take place on Thursdays and Fridays, from 5pm to 7pm at Erva Cocktail Bar.


Give your hands and feet a treat with our specialised manicure and pedicure studio, Pedi:Mani:Cure. Developed by industry expert, Bastien Gonzalez, the man with the magic hands who jets around the world treating exclusive clientele. 

Afternoon tea

It's time to schedule in the rare pleasure of afternoon tea. As the scent of the freshly baked scones makes its way to your table, you know you are in for an exquisite taste experience. And like everything we do, this fragrant ceremony is given a unique Portuguese twist, from the artist who created the china to the addition of traditional treats on your plate of sweet fancies.

Destination I Do

The day you have been dreaming of, exactly how you want it. Let us be a part of the magic. On hand from the moment you choose to say your ‘I do’s’ at Corinthia Lisbon, the finer details are what we do best.


Outside the hotel in March

Disney on Ice

20th - 22nd March

Disney celebrates 100 years of ice-skating magic with a huge Disney on Ice show. Featuring a cast of over 50 Disney characters, this is a wonderful family program.

Yoga Sessions

Yoga practice is good for the physical, mental and spiritual fields. The regular practice of this modality can improve confidence and reduce stress. India’s embassy invited Sneh Kapoor, instructor since 2015, to be responsible for these sessions at Fundação Oriente.

Mozart: Candlelight Requiem

31st March

If Mozart is one of your favourite classical composers, then you can’t miss this unique experience. This exclusive concert from a string quartet will take place on the Library of Lisbon’s Science Academy and it will be unforgettable.

Meet Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh’s exhibition is focused on the painter’s life and not only in his artwork. Here the visitors are invited to interact with what they see, as a way to get involved with what they find around them. They can also film and photograph the exhibition.