“Dating from 1883, this Bourbon Restoration red-brick building is cleverly positioned on the edge of Salamanca and the city’s sights. The 31 stately rooms are done out in elegant whites and greys and we love the duplex suites with beams in the attic. The Bodyna spa, set in a separate centre in the interior space, is ideal for getting lost in and the Senzone restaurant has excellent dishes and a sommelier to match.”
Written by Marcus Waring
"A former private residence, this handsome boutique hotel is a chic sanctuary in which you can escape from city life. Its location, overlooking the Puerta de Alcalá, is excellent."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)
"My room, a standard double, was spacious with four floor-to-ceiling windows and a great view (from the bed) over sunny Madrid rooftops. The room was decorated in muted grays and whites, with pillows providing a dash of bright orange and a dark wood floor adding a bit of contrast."
Originally published by The New York Times (view article)