7 Islas Hotel – Madrid

Madrid, Spain, From £70

About

This family-run hotel is much more than just a place to lay your head in rooms designed by Kikekeller's studio. It is an art gallery with itinerant exhibitions, a gastronomic restaurant and signature cocktails, and a home away from home in the Spanish capital.

Nestled within an oasis between Madrid’s Gran Via and the vibrant neighbourhood of Malasaña, The 7 Islas hotel was inaugurated in 2002 by businessman Juan Rosa, originally from Lanzarote, with the aim of becoming a home away from home for all those Canary Islanders visiting Madrid.

In 2012 the granddaughters of Juan Rosa, Mónica, Kira and Luz took over the direction of the hotel and converted it, without losing its essence, into the current 7 Islas Hotel. Hand in hand with Kikekeller’s interior design studio, they redesigned the hotel to adapt it to the dynamic and artistic neighbourhood of Malasaña and turn it into a unique space which combines art, design and gastronomy to perfection.

Currently, the 7 Islas is one of the few hotels in Madrid that is still run by the same family that built it and the three sisters are the ones in charge of managing the day to day of one of the most artistic and vibrant hotels in the centre of Madrid. Their impressively trained staff are always on hand for city recommendations to experience Madrid like a true local. Everything you wished a good vibes friend would tell you when visiting their city.

What makes this Kobu?

What makes this Kobu?

The Penthouse

These comfortable and spacious rooms are located on the top floor of the hotel and have a private terrace with unique views of Madrid. The terraces have comfortable hammocks and yoga kits can be found in the rooms. In the bathroom you will find amenities from the natural brand Malin + Goetz, to enjoy in your shower or bathtub. Fall in love with Kikekeller's unique design and details like the handcrafted carpets from Gan Rugs.

The Art

A NY and Berlin inspired style art gallery located in the lobby of the hotel so that both hotel guests and locals can visit the exhibitions of national and international artists. Every three months an emerging artist is invited to exhibit his/her work. You can now visit and enjoy the exhibition “BIG DAT-A2″ by the artist Juan José Bravo.

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