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Casa de las Artes, Meliá’s fourth luxury hotel in Madrid

Meliá Hotels International has announced the opening in May of its first Meliá Collection hotel in Madrid, Casa de las Artes“a new example of its strategic growth in the luxury segment and his commitment to renewal and repositioning of its portfolio, betting on quality and differentiation”, as highlighted by the chain.

The project is the result of the transformation of the old Hotel Madrid Atocha, Affiliated by Meliáwith an optimal location in the well-known Barrio de Las Letras of the capital, whose cultural legacy now takes center stage in the renamed “House of Arts, Member of Meliá Collection”as an unequivocal sign of the Group’s commitment to the integration of culture and local identity in the tourist offer.

The hotel occupies four buildings that have been united inside, the most important being a palatial building from 1913 where the noble areas of the establishment are located. Source: Meliá.

The hotel, 137 roomswill have an innovative concept of theater restaurant, where customers will be part of a live show that comes to life around them. Its common areas also include a cozy library, a movie theater for private screenings, a landscaped interior patio with glass roof and Thermal pool where to relax at any time of the year. In addition, it will be equipped with a complete center fitness and will have versatile meeting rooms.

Casa de las Artes, Meliá's fourth luxury hotel in Madrid

All of its rooms, in homage to Miguel de Cervantes, house an engraving by Gustave Doré made for the 1869 edition of Don Quixote. In the image, the hotel hall. Source: Meliá.

And this is independent store brand born with a new definition of experiential luxury travel through its exclusive selection of hotels, which create a true sense of place, as advanced HOSTELTUR tourism news at Meliá presents a new collection of unique luxury hotels.

Casa de las Artes, Meliá's fourth luxury hotel in Madrid

The conceptual and architectural project has been carried out by the architect Álvaro Sans, and the interior design by Adriana Sans, both from the ASAH studio; while the Madrid architect Pedro Alcaraz has been responsible for the executive project and construction management. Source: Meliá.

Specifically, the renovated establishment is located between Atocha Street, one of the main arteries of the city center, less than a kilometer from the Triangle of Art -configured by the Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofía museums-, and the picturesque Moratín street, known for its antique stores and bookstores.

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Source: Hosteltur



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