BLESS Hotel Madrid reopens its doors with new interiors and new experiences for guests –


BLESS Hotel Madrid renews its luxury offer and launches exclusive experiences in time for the holiday season. The reopening of the 5-star hotel is an important step in the recovery of the Golden Mile and the Art Triangle of Madrid as a point of reference for fashion, art, gastronomy and the bustling life of the capital. spanish

BLESS Madrid Hotel, located in Madrid’s Golden Mile district, reopened on November 27, just in time for the holiday season as part of the ongoing recapture of the Spanish capital as a luxury tourist destination.

After a major renovation and with a portfolio of brand new exclusive experiences available, the five-star hotel makes its long-awaited return to the fashion, culture, art, music and food scene in Madrid. .

Responsible for refreshing the decor of the BLESS Madrid hotel and putting the hotel at the forefront of the latest trends in elite design, The masterful interior design of Lázaro Rosa-Violán firmly places BLESS Hotel Madrid at the heart of the ongoing revolution in the capital as it emerges as a luxury destination. Other new details offered by other world famous designers include William Morris headboards.

Bars & Restaurants

The hotel’s lively lounge bar and restaurant, VERSUS, will resume its position as one of the busiest social centers in Madrid, with a new culinary experience and a new cocktail menu prepared exclusively for the BLESS Hotel Madrid by expert mixologists, as well as live music from the after – midday to evening.

The all day a la carte menu will reflect high quality raw local produce with a fusion of culinary styles. A new breakfast and brunch offering will also be introduced, with fresh seasonal produce, superfood options, as well as a champagne cocktail menu.

Another new culinary concept awaits you with a new Japanese fusion restaurant, carefully thought out to create a memorable 360º experience for diners: from the cuisine and cocktails to the ambiance, the live show and the decor, designed by the prestigious interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán.

The private club Feten and the Picos Pardos Sky Lounge, which will open its doors in spring 2022, adds to the hotel’s vast social offer.

The renovations also include improvements to the gym and new cabins in the spa area for individuals and couples, while treatments are offered by new partner beauty brand, Beldon Beauty.

Experiences

New exclusive experiences are available to ensure you a luxury stay in the capital. These included wellness sessions, designed to relieve stress and eliminate toxins with yoga and meditation; private tours the best museums or art galleries in Madrid; and mixology and perfumery Classes.

For a luxury gift before Christmas, the hotel new personal shopping experience, “BLESS Your Golden Mile”, allows guests to properly explore the most upscale shops and boutiques of the Salamanca district, located a short walk from the property. Accompanied by an expert personal assistant, the experience will help those looking for the best Christmas gifts, or who want to treat themselves during the holiday season. After the shopping experience, customers can relax with an aperitif and rest tired bodies with a relaxing bath prepared in advance. Prices for the ‘BLESS Your Golden Mile’ experience start from € 230, with the option to add a private butler or transfer service as part of the day.

Information

Now under the new ownership of RLH Properties, BLESS Hotel Madrid will continue to be operated by the leading Spanish hotel company Palladium Hotel Group under the exclusive BLESS Collection Hotels brand. The hotel also holds the prestigious The Leading Hotels of the World seal of approval.

Double rooms at the BLESS Hotel Madrid are priced at € 545, room only.

Find out more

Address: BLESS Hotel Madrid, Calle de Velázquez, 62, 28001 Madrid, Spain

Website: www.blesscollectionhotels.com

Andrew Forbes

Andrew is a marketing communications consultant working in the wellness, travel and lifestyle industries. His experience in public relations, marketing and branding spans over 25 years. He writes regularly on international wellness, travel and lifestyle themes with a particular passion for the Mediterranean and the Americas. Originally from the United Kingdom, Andrew Forbes has lived in the United States and France, but now resides in southern Spain, where he is travel editor for Spain’s leading English-language newspaper. For Andrew, luxury is a lot; most importantly, genuine hospitality, authenticity and attentive service. Web: www.andrewforbes.com