Set in the heart of the city, Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado has been fully refurbished and welcomes guests to enjoy contemporary yet comfortable design, a new all-day dining tapas restaurant and outstanding service. Located in the Barrio de Las Letras, Madrid’s liveliest and most exciting district, the hotel is a stone’s throw from Spain’s top art venues – the Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen museums – and within walking distance of the city’s main shopping districts
The hotel, which occupies an elegant early twentieth-century building, has undergone an extensive refurbishment on all bedrooms and common areas, carefully respecting the listed features that make the property so unique. It has almost 60 rooms, all of which boast enviable views of the Prado Museum and the Paseo del Prado boulevard, and make ideal venues for relaxing or holding small lunches or business meetings. Each guest room contains all the necessary features to provide a cozy, enjoyable space, including a large armchair and desk. Large photographs by Scandinavian artists adorn the walls and are a nod to Radisson Hotel Group’s origins, while the use of wood and marble create an atmosphere of quality and relaxation. The layout of the bathrooms has been updated, with grey stone used throughout the design. Technological features have also been updated, including a mixer control in the shower that lets you set the temperature automatically before stepping in.
For the restaurant interior, the design team at Radisson Hotel Group wanted to create something timeless, with classic touches and natural finishes. The decor combines wood with stone, complemented with large mirrors and velvet chairs that bring a cozy, intimate touch for tourists and locals alike. Another of Lona’s hallmark features is its terrace in the middle of the Plaza de la Platería de Martínez, where guests can make the most of the restaurant’s all-day dining.
The hotel’s spa is the ideal space for visitors, locals, and hotel guests to relax, unwind and dedicate time to their own wellbeing. It has an indoor heated hydro-massage pool in a central space bathed in natural light. It also features giant rain-effect showers and chromotherapy, a hammam and a relaxation area. What’s more, there is the Thai Room Wellness center, a leading name in massage and other treatments, which draws its inspiration from yoga, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, traditional Indonesian Jamu massage, Thai massage, and other ancient methods from Southeast Asia.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado is well located for accessing travel hubs; just 400m from Puerta de Atocha train station and a 20-minute drive to Madrid’s international airport.
In 2018, Radisson Hotel Group started an ambitious plan to transform the company. For the Spanish market, the ambition – always with a prudently optimistic approach – is to open more than 20 hotels within the next five years. Radisson Collection Hotel, Magdalena Plaza Sevilla recently opened its doors and, in the coming months, a Radisson Collection hotel will open in Bilbao, and Spain’s first Radisson RED lifestyle property will open in the center of Madrid.
With the health and safety of guests and team members as its top priority, Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado is implementing the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol program.
Source : Radisson Hotel Group