The Hampton by Hilton brand’s latest property is located on the outskirts of the Spanish capital (Photo: © 2020 Hilton)
Designed by Bilbao-based architectural firm BAT, the 138-room Hampton by Hilton Alcobendas Madrid is the first property in Spain to operate under the popular Hampton by Hilton flag.
This striking Hampton by Hilton scheme sits at the epicentre of Madrid’s northern commercial zone. The hotel is conveniently located close to Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport, as well as eight business parks, making it ideal for corporate travellers.
Madrid welcomes Hampton by Hilton
Guillermo Pérez Palacios, general manager of Panoram Hotel Management, said: “This opening represents a further step in the development of Panoram as a benchmark multi-brand management company in Spain.
“We want to thank Hilton for trusting us to open the first Hampton by Hilton hotel in Spain and also the city of Alcobendas for having welcomed this project with open arms. We are fully confident that the hotel will be a point of reference in the area and will respond to that vocation that a hotel should have: to satisfy the needs of all guests.”
Carlos Miró, managing director of Development for Spain and Portugal at Hilton, added: “We’re thrilled to be working with Panoram to open our first Hampton by Hilton hotel in Spain. Hampton by Hilton Alcobendas Madrid is an important addition to our portfolio and joins more than 2,600 Hampton by Hilton properties in destinations around the world.”
An authentic hospitality experience
Hampton by Hilton is an upper-midscale brand that has gained a reputation for its impeccable guest service, as well as its generous and modern accommodations and amenities. This property in Madrid is no different, and visitors can expect 138 fully connected and flexible rooms, which provide the perfect base for a business trip in the area.
The BAT-designed building boasts a vibrant facade influenced by the memorable landscapes around Madrid and Alcobendas. Guests can avail themselves of the property’s extensively kitted-out gym, and business travellers will find everything they need in the hotel’s ample conference and meeting facilities.
Miguel Ángel Arranz Molins, vice mayor of Alcobendas, concluded that the city “has an interesting new asset that will help boost business and tourism not only in Alcobendas but also in the community of Madrid”.
According to the TOPHOTELCONSTRUCTION online database, 80 hotel projects are currently in the pipeline in Spain: