Spanish architect Luis Martinez Feduchi designed the hotels interior, and you’ll find the rooms boast an art décor theme with floral curtains and large artwork donning the walls. Choose between executive rooms, classic rooms or Intercontinental suites all of which feature large dark oak beds, air conditioning and an ensuite bathroom.
Enhance your stay at the Intercontinental Madrid with a trip to the in-house restaurant; El Jardín Restaurant. Here large French windows overlook a picturesque garden in bloom and breakfast can be enjoyed with a view. Come evening, head to Bar 49, the hotels cocktail bar for a fruity concoction or a glass of local wine.