The
Stage
room

Daring and cheeky, this room sets the scene for an unforgettable night where the show is presented as the perfect Lisbon host.

Before a dramatic red curtain and under a neon light the bed is the stage for dreams and fantasies where you are the star of the show.

AWAITING YOU IN THE ROOM

VIP
Exclusive

Nespresso
Coffee
machine

Marshall
Speaker

Rainshower

LCD Smart
TV

Buffet
breakfast
included

Area
25M2

Round bed
measuring
2.45m

More facilities

Emília “Mila”

THE CHAMELEON DIVA

A girl from the Mouraria neighbourhood, she has ‘fado’ in her soul… theatre in her heart, and the freneticism of imported jazz in her legs, she has music in her voice and poetry in her hands… she’s an artist from top to toe.

Mila, as we call her, was born Maria Emília in Rua do Capelão. The daughter of a fishwife and a fado singer father she left her neighbourhood for the stage by a twist of fate. On a certain night, in a club where her father used to sing, a Spanish woman that sung to a guitar fell ill. Mila, with the audacity of someone who grew up between stages and markets, asked the guitar player to play something lively… she sang, danced, embodied the Spanish woman… and the Lisbon girl sang impromptu and packed the house out.

I always had an eye for business and always knew where to find talent, I made Mila one of the stars of Maxime and her fame made her into a diva.

Versatile and like a chameleon, she changes and reinventes herself with each number. Now blonde, then brunette, now singer or dancer, but always Mila the Lisbon girl.

A girl from the Mouraria neighbourhood, she has ‘fado’ in her soul… theatre in her heart, and the freneticism of imported jazz in her legs, she has music in her voice and poetry in her hands… she’s an artist from top to toe.

Mila, as we call her, was born Maria Emília in Rua do Capelão. The daughter of a fishwife and a fado singer father she left her neighbourhood for the stage by a twist of fate. On a certain night, in a club where her father used to sing, a Spanish woman that sung to a guitar fell ill. Mila, with the audacity of someone who grew up between stages and markets, asked the guitar player to play something lively… she sang, danced, embodied the Spanish woman… and the Lisbon girl sang impromptu and packed the house out.

I always had an eye for business and always knew where to find talent, I made Mila one of the stars of Maxime and her fame made her into a diva.

Versatile and like a chameleon, she changes and reinventes herself with each number. Now blonde, then brunette, now singer or dancer, but always Mila the Lisbon girl.