PRIMA COLLECTION

BRANDED RESIDENCES

Your new home in Lisbon. A Lifestyle Residence concept.

Sao Nicolau 119 Santa Justa 79 Douradores One Lisbon Square

Born in Lisbon in 2017, Prima Collection’s high-end apartments are always located on the best touristic locations and seamlessly blend the luxury of a first-class hotel with the familiar comforts of home. Prima Collection is redefning itself as “a new genre in hospitality” with an exciting collision of a lifestyle premise, serviced apartments, local touch, and cultural immersion under a single community.

Prima Collection provides its guests the best of everything; welcoming and inviting accommodation of flexible sizes and amenities, attractive and buzzing Concept Hub highlighted with its show kitchen and concept store, exciting salons open for events, well-designed amenities, a concierge service that connects its community to the city via an exclusive network of solution partners, overall, a life companion.
With currently 3 on-market locations in Lisbon, the brand will expand to other Mediterranean prime locations under the renewed brand concept in the coming years. Redesigning Prima Collection as the life companion with tailor-made services curated around business, leisure and lifestyle.

Award-winning Design and Branding Agencies Avroko and Blacksheep teaming-up to redefine the Prima Collection brand and disrupt the world of hospitality by combining strong, successful, long lasting, and promising trends – defining a new genre called “diffused lifestyle serviced apartments”.

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