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Rooms 96 /Architecture Carles Bassó, Mariano Martitegui /Interior Design Derby Hotels Collection Design Team /The Original Joaquim Clos, Jordi Clos
In the cultural center of Madrid, on the Carrera de San Jerónimo, Hotel Urban invites guests into a world of avant-garde design, art, and technology behind a steel and glass facade. One enters through a tubular atrium crafted in stainless steel and alabaster that leads to a majestic reception area paneled in black Zimbabwe stone with metallic seam finishes. The hotel’s 96 elegant rooms and suites feature ancient art—such as a 2,000-year-old Buddhist figure—as well as leather headboards, antique furniture, and bathrooms separated by glass screens that can be moved at the touch of a button. On the roof, the pool and restaurant offer seclusion and spectacular views of the city.
BAR – Barajas Airport
Food & Drink
Cebo Restaurant: Mediterranean cuisine, Glass Bar & rooftop lounge
Spa & Recreation
Outdoor swimming pool, sauna, gym, solarium, Papue New Guinea Museum
Conference & Meetings
7 meeting rooms
Rooms & Suites
Chinese prints from the Ming Dynasty on each floor welcome guests to the private areas. Passing through the doorways set in wood-paneled walls, one accesses elegant and modern accommodations. In each of the rooms, the designers have included original artwork, such as Buddhist figures crafted in Asian countries some 200 years ago, giving a mystical and individual character to each. Featuring a sedate overall feel, the rooms include large beds with leather headboards, antique furniture, and bathrooms separated by glass screens that can be moved by the touch of a button. The duplex suites offer an additional working area on a split-level and all spaces are fitted with the latest in intelligent mod cons. However, it is in the bigger suites that particular attention to detail reaches its climax. The furniture and the works of art displayed here are more varied than in standard accommodation, mixing antique pieces with ultra modern design furniture.