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Hilton opens Madrid airport property

4 Jun 2008 by Mark Caswell

Hilton Hotels
Corporation has opened its first hotel in Madrid, located close to the city’s airport.

The Hilton Madrid
Airport features 284 rooms and suites, featuring floor
to ceiling windows, black and
white-dominated décor, flatscreen TVs, wired and wifi
internet access, and separate bath and shower.

The hotel has been
designed by Spanish architect, Miguel Oliver Pérez,
with two eight-storey “cubes” each featuring a 25m-high atrium. These buildings
are connected by meetings space with 14 function rooms and a 1,700sqm ballroom, and for larger events one
of the buildings can be closed off to form its own self-contained conference
centre, with separate entrance and accommodation for 150 delegates.

Food and beverage
choices include Reserva restaurant, specialising in
traditional Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as all day dining La Plaza. Leisure
facilities include a a 12-metre  pool (with retractable roof) equipped with hydro
jets and a ‘bubble’ bench, as well as a sauna, Hamman and gym.

The hotel is located “a
few hundred metres” from the airport, and around five minutes drive from the
IFEMA conference and exhibition complex. It’s Hilton’s 16th European
airport hotel, and part of the group’s plans to open 50 hotels across Spain and Portugal over the next five years.

Rates for a midweek
stay in June mid June start from £113 – for more information visit hilton.com.

Report by Mark Caswell

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