Modern-pop interior design seamlessly respects and accents the original details of this 1917 building on the bustling Gran Vía. Public areas feature glazed tiles, canopies, the original wood-and-iron elevator, a wooden staircase, and stone carvings. The rooms, painted in tones of ocher, orange, or burgundy, have high ceilings, wooden floors, indirect lighting, and over-the-top modern bathrooms. Each junior suite has a terrace with a whirlpool bath. There is a charming
rooftop terrace bar open to the public that's quite popular in the summer, and you can also enjoy contemporary Spanish food by one of the country's top chefs in the restaurant-lounge at street level.