A Nineteenth Century Building in Madrid Becomes NH Palacio de Tepa 5 Star Hotel

A building in the arts district of Madrid dating back to 1808 has been converted and redeveloped as NH Palacio de Tepa luxury 5 Star hotel by NH Hotels. The building was originally built by Jorge Duran and it was designed in part by Juan de Villanueva, who designed the Prado Museum. It is located on the calle de San Sebastian with access to the calle Atocha and the Plaza del Angel.

The new hotels privileged location keeps it surrounded by the active bohemian atmosphere of the Arts District with its galleries, boutiques, cafes, jazz bars and taverns, and the hustle and bustle of the calle Huertas. The new NH Palacio de Tepa has 84 rooms which have been decorated by the architecture and design studio of Ramon Esteve in easy greys and beiges to play with the ever-present light which flows in through the large windows and skylights especially throughout the penthouse rooms.

The hotel also offers several premium services including a butler service, pampering menu, a ‘VIP desk’ and private transfer. NH Hotels is the third largest business hotel chain in Europe. NH Hotels has 394 hotels with 58,982 rooms in 25 countries in America, Africa and Europe.

Via: prnewswire

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