Curio Collection by Hilton opens its doors in Madrid • Hotel Designs


With interiors by Lázaro Rosa-Violán, the hotel design has been inspired by the eclectic character of the area, fusing elegant and contemporary styles with a relaxed, welcoming ambience, all within a completely remodelled neoclassical building, dating back to 1924. Located on a street named ‘Montera,’ a reference to the hat worn in traditional Spanish costume, this handcrafted item is the main inspiration for the hotel’s design. Evoking a bespoke story, it is a recurring theme throughout the property in artwork featured in corridors and public areas, in the iconic valet stand found in each room, door handles, the trimmings of the bed’s headboards and team member uniforms.

The guestrooms at Hotel Montera Madrid provide guests with a tranquil space, combining traditional Castilian design with a modern twist. The neutral tones throughout the décor, the rounded mirror and picture frames and the delicate trimmings on the headboards allude to old Spanish decorative style. The guestrooms have also been designed to ensure the property is sustainably efficient, including controlled LED lighting, energy saving window fittings which avoid heat and cold loss and reusable water bottles in the room to avoid plastic waste.

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“We are delighted to welcome the impressive Hotel Montera Madrid, Curio Collection by Hilton, to our expanding European portfolio,” said David Kelly, Senior Vice President, Continental Europe, Hilton. “This spectacular property offers guests an authentic experience in the heart of Spain’s bustling capital city, with elegant rooms, a stylish restaurant and rooftop bar with stunning views. Hotel Montera Madrid will be popular with both locals and international visitors alike and is another standout Hilton property in one of the world’s most celebrated cities, where we are serving a wide variety of traveller needs at our six hotels under six distinctive brands.”

In addition to its 93 guestrooms, including eight exclusive suites, the hotel includes two exciting, world-class food and beverage concepts. La Braserí restaurant offers typical Madrilenian cuisine with an international twist, as well as world cuisine with a touch of local flavours. ‘El Cielo de Chicote’ is a sister cocktail bar to the city’s famous Museo Chicote, the first cocktail bar in Spain with a history dating back to 1931. Guests can take in the stunning 360 degree panoramic views of the city, including Gran Via and Calle de la Montera, while enjoying a cocktail from the curated menu inspired by the Spanish expression ‘De Madrid al Cielo’ – From Madrid to the Heavens. On the rooftop, guests are also invited to take a dip in the open-air pool or relax in the Balinese bed area.

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