Thompson Madrid will build on Hyatt’s continued growth of its luxury and lifestyle portfolio fueled by leisure demand.
CHICAGO – Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into an agreement with Exacorp One S.L. for the first Thompson Hotels property in Spain: Thompson Madrid. Slated to open in mid-2022, the 175-room luxury lifestyle hotel will mark a significant milestone for Hyatt as the brand celebrates its thoughtful growth in Europe with its debut in Spain.
Perfect for both business and leisure guests, Thompson Madrid will be located in the center of the new Golden Mile of Madrid, and steps away from the most visited icons of the city, Puerta del Sol and the eclectic Gran Vía street.
Thompson Hotels are renowned for combining curated design and culinary sophistication with the right amount of edge. With fashion, art and entertainment at the heart of the Thompson Hotels experience, the brand attracts tastemakers from international guests to emerging creatives in the neighborhood. At Thompson Madrid, guests will experience elements of Madrid’s culture through the hotel’s striking design and spaces that have been inspired by the soul of the city and its architecture. A vibrant mix of global sophistication and cultural know-how, the prime location will embody the Thompson Hotels brand’s promise to provide a dynamic home-base for culture savvy guests to connect with each other and what inspires them.
“We are honored to work with Exacorp One S.L. to welcome the Thompson Hotels brand to Spain, a sought-after market of today’s leisure travelers. Thompson Madrid will become a remarkable property in the heart of the city, where culture is celebrated and everyone who walks through the doors feels more like a resident than a guest,'' said Peter Norman, senior vice president development EAME & SWA at Hyatt. “These plans for Thompson Madrid come at a time of significant growth for the Thompson Hotels brand, largely fueled by leisure travel demand, offering a luxurious, evocative collection of boutique hotels, synonymous with highly distinct services and experiences that cater to the high-end traveler.”
The hotel’s 175 guestrooms, including 23 exceptional suites, have been carefully designed and decorated to make guests to discover a new sense of modern luxury. The guestrooms will feature balconies and terraces with city views and fashion forward art and style. Thompson Madrid will offer a truly unique stay with the additional offer of a two-story penthouse with panoramic views.
Thompson Madrid will be a social anchor of the neighborhood boasting three food and beverage outlets housed on various floors, including the signature rooftop terrace with a bar and restaurant, as well a speak-easy style venuei. The culinary offerings will be managed by the renowned Grupo La Ancha, with a strong presence in Spain since the early 20th century and creator of beloved dining concepts such as Fismuler in Madrid.The rooftop will offer stunning views overlooking Madrid and will include an urban oasis, with a state of the art outdoor pool, a hilltop residential style bar, and a destination day club. Additional amenities will include uniquely designed event spaces, as well as an open-air courtyard and a fitness center.
“Today we celebrate a considerable milestone, the debut of Thompson Hotels in Spain. We are thrilled to work with Hyatt on Thompson Madrid, a stunning property that we are sure will become an iconic landmark within the beautiful city of Madrid. We look forward to welcoming guests to discover a new sense of luxury later in 2022,” said Carlos Llansó, architect and spokesperson at Exacorp One S.L.
Thompson Madrid will mark the third Hyatt-branded hotel in the city joining Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid and Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid.
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