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Where Does Madonna Sleep When She's in Lisbon? Only The Pestana Palace Will Do

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  Site Where: 54 Rue Jau, Lisbon, Portugal, 1300-314
June 25, 2012 at 3:52 PM | by | ()

We've long obsessed over the hotel choices of Madonna who only stays in the finest hotels around the world. So it's no surprise to us that her lodging of choice in Lisbon is The Pestana Palace.

While Madonna's entourage shacks up in the modern room of the hotel, she herself likes four magnificent, chandelier-dripping, silk-lined suites in the older section. In a sitting room larger than most apartments and with a view to the river Tagus, the Material Girl might work through some dance steps on the inlaid wood floors but her preferred sleeping suite is the Dom Manuel with the huge bed fitted with Armani sheets. We're not sure what other requests she has but we're sure she still has plenty.

Now, here's a little history lesson on the hotel that you might enjoy:

The Palace was commissioned by the Marquis de Valle Flôr, a Portuguese cocoa producer who left for Africa in 1855 at the age of 16 to make his fortune. Early in the 20th century the elegant home hosted most of the social elite. But after the Marquis' death in 1932 the Palace was abandoned and left to crumble. In 1992 the Pestana Group began a massive restoration and now this celebrity fave is designated a National Monument.

We doubt Madonna needs these, but occasional Pestana Palace packages offer super-star perks for free: parking, Wi-Fi, early check in, late check out and points for Pestana's Priority program. With a total of 194 rooms including 17 suites, rooms in the new wing and junior suites range from 200 to 1000 Euro ($253US to $1,265US).

Suites and the Royal Suites: Dom Manuel, Dom Carlos I, Dom Luís I and Dona Amélia are 1000 to 3000 Euros ($1265. US to $3797.US). Make a reservation to sleep in Madonna's bed, but mind all the crunches you'll have to do to stay in Madonna’s exquisite shape after the stellar breakfast in the elegant Restaurant Valle Flôr.

[Photo: Pestana Palace]

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