With its lively restaurants and bars, and the art of designing contemporary spaces, the high-end hotel industry finds a natural place in Madrid, a metropolis so famous for its urban and nightlife. In this context, while Hyatt has just announced its mid-year Thompson brand, the Spanish capital is already experiencing a new development withc Gradual opening of the Hotel Editionbefore fully reopening to customers in March. Luxurious and trendy, the brand is the fruit of a partnership between the Marriott group and Jan Schrager, pioneer of the boutique hotel wave, and adds a second address in Spain with this hotel after the one offered since 2018 in Barcelona.
Located in the heart of Madrid’s life, in the Sol district, a stone’s throw from the Plaza Mayor and Gran Via, the Edition Madrid is part of in a modern elegant building which formerly contained the foundations of the Mont-de-Piete and whose façade is adorned with a decorative Baroque portal from the 18th century. A place reimagined in a modern key by two architects, the establishment plays on complementarity of opposites blending the approaches of John Pawson, all in elegance and purity, and those of François Chamsourt, for an artistic and original touch.
” It’s not just a hotelIan Schrager said. This is more than just a place to sleep. A true center of popular culture, entertainment and social interaction, it is a microcosm of Madrid’s best and perfectly captures the spirit and essence of the city.. Indeed, Edition Madrid has everything a luxury urban resort needs with its 200 exquisite rooms, including 23 suitesbut above all its places of recreation and entertainment that intend to make the place of choice in the life of Madrid.
To do this, the lifestyle hotel has teamed up with two stellar Latin American chefs whose tables are ranked among the top 50 in the world. two inventive culinary concepts. Run by Enrique Olivera of Mexico City’s Pujol restaurant, Jeronimo serves dishes heavily influenced by Mexican culinary roots, including the Fideo Seco menu, which consists of vermicelli, black beans, cream, cheese and onions. Restaurant overlooking the street, which will soon be expanded with a terrace, set on a vast privatized area, decorated with greenery.
Always outside but sat on the roof of the hotel, in a garden with a vine-covered pergola, the terrace of the Oroya restaurant offers moments of relaxation overlooking the city. Designed by Peruvian chef Diego Muñoz of the Astrid y Gaston restaurant in Lima, this table plays tapas…