The Barceló Torre de Madrid hotel is located in one of the Spanish capital’s most iconic buildings.
Since its construction in 1957, the Torre de Madrid has been a symbol of modern Spain.
The hotel spans nine floors of the building and has recently been refurbished by internationally renowned Spanish designer Jaime Hayón.
“I was fully dedicated to the creation of a very special and unique space that would represent a new vision of Spain, a vision far from the traditional aesthetic,” says Jaime Hayón.
While unquestionably modern, the hotel is steeped in Spanish historical and cultural references. Hayón artfully mixes architectural details that evoke Spain’s Roman, Arabic and Moorish histories.
These historical references all come together with some of the finest European furniture brands, subtly elegant lighting, witty decorative details and a palette of colours that reflect the richness and warmth of Spain itself.