Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado in Spain has started welcoming guests and visitors after undergoing an extensive refurbishment.
Featuring a modern and comfortable design, the boutique hotel’s bedrooms and common areas have been completely redesigned. It is suitable for business or leisure travellers.
Situated in the El Barrio de Las Letras district, the hotel is housed in an early 20th century building.
It has nearly 60 rooms and suites, redesigned bathrooms with mixer control in the shower, automatic temperature setting, and the Thai Room Wellness centre.
Each room offers views of the Prado Museum and the Paseo del Prado boulevard.
Other amenities include a spa featuring indoor heated hydro-massage pool, rain-effect showers and chromotherapy, as well as a hammam and a relaxation area and.
Radisson Hotel Group Northern & Western Europe area senior vice-president Tom Flanagan Karttunen said: “The renovation of Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado has created a stylish yet warm and welcoming offering for our guests and visitors. Teamed with a new eclectic, forward-thinking restaurant concept and an enviable location within one of Europe’s leading cities, it is a stand-out property within our Radisson Blu portfolio.”
Furthermore, guests can enjoy regional cuisine at the hotel’s newly opened restaurant, Lona, or outside on the terrace.
Radisson Blu Hotel, Madrid Prado is located just 400m or approximately a five-minute walk from Puerta de Atocha train station and a 15-minute drive by car to Madrid’s international airport.
It is also close to Spain’s art venues including the Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen museums.
As part of Radisson Hotel Group’s transformation plan, the company has plans to open more than 20 hotels in Spain within the coming five years.
Recently, it opened Radisson Collection Hotel, Magdalena Plaza Sevilla. Another Radisson Collection hotel is set to open in Bilbao in the next few months.