Hotel de las Letras
Hotel de las Letras belongs to the Iberostar hotel chain, and the hotel building is protected by Madrid ’s heritage register. It used to belong to the Count of Aeraza since 1917, but only in 2005 did it become a hotel, after extensive renovation by Virginia Figueras and Franco Corada. The rooms are done with luxury finishing including pure wool rugs and tailor made furniture. The pervading colour is white with some crimson accents like carpets, and the general atmosphere is created with plenty of daylight and soft lines. The literary theme of the hotel adorns the walls with some memorable quotes. Depending on your room’s category, you’ll get a terrace, balcony or a gallery.
Hotel de las Letras has perfect banqueting and conference facilities, with charming Gran Via Avenue views from huge picture windows which allow for sunlight to beam in. The restaurant’s seasonal menu is full of innovative, contemporary creations containing of fresh, locally sourced produce.