Suite Royal - Hedy Lamarr
Suite Royal - Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr


{Vienna, November 9, 1914 — Altamonte Springs, January 19, 2000}


Discover our Suite Royal Hedy Lamarr...


Hedy Lamarr is praised in our Torel Avantgarde boutique hotel with our best category: a Suite Royal, in-room bathtub, views to the Douro River and a fireplace.


The room decor and tones represent the 40's glamor and the artist's Hollywood life, through elements such as mirrors and leather. Her career as an inventor is also represented in the room, through the science books scattered around the room.


*An extraordinary room category in the most artistic hotel in Porto.

  • Double or twin bed;
  • Bathtub overlooking the Douro River;
  • Fireplace;
  • Occupancy: up to three people;
  • Offer of Nespresso coffee and water throughout the stay.


See our other rooms in the Suite Royal category: Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo Galilei and Virginia Woolf.

Meet the artist Hedy Lamarr...


Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler – the name under which Hedy Lamarr was born - was an Austrian actress and inventor based in the United States of America.

In a 28-year career in 30 films, and during World War II, she joined composer George Antheil in inventing a communications system for the United States Armed Forces.


Movies that she was involved in:

  • Ecstasy;
  • Samson and Delilah;
  • Algiers;
  • Life is a theater;
  • Flower of evil;
  • Wandering bohemians;
  • Woman slandered;
  • Delivery voucher;
  • Two against the world;
  • Comrade X;
  • Flower of the tropics.


 “All creative people seek to do the unexpected.” - Hedy Lamarr