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Hotel Chain Attica21 Acquires Its First Hotel In Madrid

11 January 2017 – Inmodiario

The hotel chain Attica21 has acquired its first property in Madrid, the Gran Hotel Las Rozas. Attica21 Hotels, which is owned by the Inveravante Corporation and which already owns hotels in Galicia and Barcelona, has completed the integration and refurbishment of this new hotel to ensure that it complies with the group’s standards. It will start to operate the property, now known as the Gran Hotel Attica21 Las Rozas, under the Attica21 brand from the beginning of 2017. The hotel is an urban establishment, which will generate 30 direct jobs.

Located in the heart of the Las Rozas Business Centre, next to the A-6 (A Coruña) motorway and just a few minutes from the centre of Madrid, the property is a modern, elegant and functional 4-star hotel with 90 double rooms, including 3 Junior Suites and 3 rooms for disabled guests.

Aimed at both business and leisure clients, the hotel has several restaurants, as well as facilities for holding events and company meetings. To this end, it has a cafeteria with a terrace, a hall for banquets and events with capacity for 200 people (Mirador Las Rozas) with an extensive outdoor space, gardens, terraces, facilities for celebrating civil weddings and an outdoor space for drinks receptions; as well as 570m2 of meeting rooms. Moreover, it has a Fitness Center, a gym, sauna and changing rooms with hydro-massage showers and private parking.

Attica21 Hotels

The chain Attic21Hotels, created in 2008, owns six 3- and 4-star hotels located in Galicia and Cataluña: Attica21 Coruña, Attica21 Barcelona Mar, Spa Attica21 Villalba, Aparthotel Vallès (Sabadell), Apartamentos Portazgo and As Galeras Hotel Apartamentos. Attica21’s hotels are characterised by their modern feel and by the broad range of services that they offer their clients; they also represent very good value for money. The chain is also renowned for its commitment to high quality catering.

Original story: Inmodiario

Translation: Carmel Drake