Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid has reopened after a three-year restoration period

WT Writer
May 2, 2021

See a glimpse of the newly restored hotel as its reopens its doors in the Spanish capital.

The 110-year-old Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid, has finally reopened to guests after its most extensive restoration project to date.

The luxury hotel, located within the Golden Triangle of Art, first opened its doors in Madrid in 1910, having been designed and built under the supervision of legendary hotelier César Ritz. A century on, many of these original designs have stayed intact across the establishment, with the careful restoration preserving the unique Belle Époque character of the structure.

The three-year project has allowed for the preservation of the stunning architecture while permitting enhanced facilities and services, allowing the Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid to move into a new age while preserving its origin.

Palm Court in the newly restored hotel. Credit |Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid

For example, wellness facilities have been added to the hotel for the first time, with facilities such as a heated indoor swimming pool, a vitality pool, experience showers, a steam room, and a contemporary fitness centre.

Across the luxurious 153 rooms – including 53 suites – a chic and contemporary style can now be enjoyed by visitors of the Spanish capital.

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