The InterContinental Madrid is one of the leading luxury hotels on the Paseo de la Castellana, the longest stretch of the tree-lined avenue that runs from Atocha Station and the Prado Museum to the modern corporate district in the north of the city. An 18th-century palace was its original inspiration
Comprehensive refurbishment proposals were prepared by Studio Director John Muir working with the local representative architects Federico Eschavaria Sainz.
Studio architects phased modernisation and upgrading of all hotel bedrooms and common parts led by the installation of new air conditioning and other service installations. Prototype bedrooms and bathrooms were constructed on site for the different categories of suites and bedrooms and these were then fine tuned by the project group prior implementation.
The public areas of the InterContinental Madrid exude quality, from the domed lobby (with marble floors and columns) to the bronze elevator doors and private garden. Guestrooms are large, quiet, and attractively decorated in a traditional but unfussy style, with views of either the Paseo de la Castellana or the hotel garden. Ninety-nine of the hotel’s 307 rooms and suites have been designated “InterContinental Club” rooms.
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