Nobu Hospitality announces plans for Madrid hotel
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Nobu has signed with Millenium Hospitality Real Estate to develop a hotel in the Spanish capital’s Cortes District.
Nobu Hotel Madrid will become the Nobu Hospitality brand’s fifth hotel and restaurant in Spain.
Entry to Madrid
Nobu Hospitality has announced the signing of a long-term management agreement with Millenium Hospitality Real Estate to develop this Madrid property. This follows on from the recent announcement of this partnership’s plans to develop a Nobu property in San Sebastián.
Trevor Horwell, chief executive officer of Nobu Hospitality, commented: “We are absolutely thrilled to finally launch in the magnificent city of Madrid. A bustling mecca of art, culture, and cuisine, the Spanish capital is an important destination for us.”
“This will be our fifth hotel in Spain, and we look forward to further expanding our Spanish footprint to create a truly memorable hospitality experience for local residents as well as our international Nobu guests.”
Javier Illán Plaza, president and CEO of Millenium Hospitality Real Estate, added: “I’m so pleased to be announcing our second project with Nobu Hospitality, and the launch of Nobu Hotel Madrid.”
“We are so proud to continue our great relationship with such a successful luxury international brand and bring to the City of Madrid the Nobu experience and the exciting restaurant and rooftop bar which we’re sure will be well received by local residents and travellers alike.”
A new social hub for the city
Located in Madrid’s Cortes District, this property will place guests in a central site that is to open following the transformation of an existing office building.
On opening, the property will comprise amenities including a state-of-the-art fitness centre and spa, as well as a tri-level Nobu restaurant and bar, expansive rooftop bar and a lounge with skyline views.
A focus of the property, the hotel’s signature restaurant will showcase the design of renowned Californian architecture and design group, Studio PCH, which has led the design of several Nobu sites.
The launch of this hotel and restaurant will bring the brand’s Europe portfolio to 11 properties.
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