Meliá Hotels International signs a third hotel for Innside by Meliá in Madrid (Spain)

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    Meliá Hotels International has announced its third Innside by Meliá hotel in Madrid: the Innside Madrid Suecia, scheduled to open in 2014. The hotel will join the other two properties announced just a month ago: the Innside Madrid Genova and the Innside Madrid Luchana.It will be located in the same building as the classic Madrid hotel “Suecia”, very close to the Gran Via area and monument to Cibeles. After a full restoration, and within the classical structure, the building will house a modern cutting-edge designer hotel with 127 rooms, a lounge bar and a spectacular penthouse patio, in addition to a restaurant, meeting rooms and a gym.

    The new hotel will become the third one in the Spanish capital for the innovative Innside by Meliá brand, one of the top rated hotel brands in Germany, and part of the Meliá Hotels International brand portfolio since 2007. With 11 hotels in Germany, the brand also has great potential for international growth, and is currently preparing openings in countries such as Denmark (Innside Copenhagen), the UK (Innside Manchester), and Spain, with the future Innside Madrid Genova and Innside Madrid Luchana, scheduled to open in 2013.

    The brand offers guests a lifestyle business experience, efficient and smart service, the latest technology and a unique design, both in classical buildings – as in the case in Madrid, Berlin or Essen- and contemporary, such as the hotels in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf and Munich. Innside by Meliá has become an excellent choice for both business and leisure travelers, which has already captivated customers all along Germany.

    As explained by Gabriel Escarrer, Vice Chairman and CEO of Meliá Hotels International: “At Meliá we are prioritizing growth through management agreements based on exclusive products that meet all the standards of our brands. This is exactly the case for the new Innside hotels in Madrid, which will help open the way for a brand which has great potential to be widely accepted all over the world.”

    Daniel Fountain / 27.01.2013

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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