If you happen to be an architect, don't miss Puerta America!! If you are not an architect, it's a great opportunity to sink into contemporary architecture.
Puerta America is a 5 star GL hotel. Facilities include: parking, restaurant, bar, pool, spa, conference rooms, etc.
The service is great, the staff is friendly and helpful.
Unique Quality: Hotel Puerta America combines the work of some the most representative contemporary architects of the world in one single building (Zaha Hadid, Norman Foster, Arata Isosaki, Jean Nouvel, David Chipperfield, etc).
Each floor was designed by a different architect, so there are 14 different styles to choose from.
Staying at Zaha Hadid's room is a unique experience: a set of curvy and organic forms, lush carpeting, interesting mechanic systems... even the bed linen is amazing (a print of Hadid's work).
All floors can be visited if you are a guest. Not all floors are interesting to see, yet that depends on people's taste, same as the building itself.
This hotel is so unique that for months before it opened, it had received a great deal attention from tourism and architecture publications. And all the reviews I had read were fantastic, so I decided to book a room and check by myself during a visit to Madrid weeks after the inauguration.
Just imagine a hotel where the most praised star architects of the moment had been given almost total freedom to design each floor according to their taste and most extravagant ideas. The clash between the different interpretations of inner architecture might have been fatal but, in the end, a complete tour in the different floors of the hotel, the roof-top pool and the stylish marble bar is an exhilarating experience.
Unique Quality: As we arrived, we were handed a catalogue showing the rooms in every different floor to choose the one that suited us best. The choice was extremely difficult, but we finally opted for a room in the elegant floor designed by Norman Foster. Everything looked tremendously stylish, from the spaceshuttle-like corridor to the smart design of the room, completely panelled in cream coloured leather and equipped with state-of-the-art amenities, and the stunning bathroom.
Directions: Excluding the adjoining Torresblancas building, the hotel is far from almost everything you want to see in Madrid, but there is a metro station right by the door and the airport could not be easier to reach.
Does anyone know a hotel called "North America" in Madrid? It's supposed to be a really good one, fairly new.
Sorry but i am relying to this part of my course. It seems a bit odd toi find a hotel called North America in Madrid!! but if i go there i will watch out for it!!
Maybe Avenida de América...
It's called Puerta America, totally fashion & design, A visual feast for the senses. I have only seen pictures and desciptions, will visit Madrid in January, & is part of my tour. If you go earlier, let me know your inpressions
Yes, you are right, it's a brand new. Try theese sites:
Gran Via 38, Madrid, Madrid
Paseo de la Castellana 22, Madrid
Plaza de las Cortes 7, Madrid, Madrid
Plaza De La Lealtad 5, Madrid, Madrid
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Address: Avenida de America 41, Madrid, Madrid, 28002, Spain