Hotel H10 Villa de la Reina

Hotel H10 Villa de la Reina

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Located in full Madrid's Gran Vía, the emblematic building of the early twentieth century that housed the H10 Villa of the Queen reopened in 2015 its doors completely renovated. The architect of such a complicated process was the prestigious interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán, who wanted to recreate the interior atmosphere of a cafe in Paris and combine it with Asian details. The result is an elegant and delicious 4-star boutique hotel, decorated with Retro inspiration and marked French air.

The remodeling affected not only the common areas, such as the main lobby, lounge bar and restaurant, but also the 74 rooms available to the hotel. Its objective? Guarantee the best possible experience to the most demanding clients.

The hotel H10 Villa de la Reina It has seven types of rooms, all double: basic (equipped with double bed), double interior or exterior, double with terrace, double with sofa bed (ideal for families), junior suite and superior (with two single beds and sofa bed of 1.50 m). Some of them also communicate with each other. All are soundproofed and feature free Wi-Fi, 32 ”LCD TV, Nespresso coffee machine, minibar, safe and air conditioning system.

The establishment has not only modified its original appearance, in addition, its gastronomic offer has been extended to surprise the customer. On the one hand, the La Villa bar offers every Thursday afternoon, starting at 7 pm, a new concept based on the Italian appetizer, especially focused on the personalized vermouth. And on the other hand, in the Las Infantas restaurant you can enjoy a buffet breakfast, consisting of more than 60 products, which includes gluten-free and dietary options.

In the lobby bar A menu of Mediterranean cuisine is offered with simple, but exquisite dishes, such as Alvero salad, boletus croquettes or cod confit in passion fruit sauce. The service is another of the most careful aspects in the new reform. Now, visitors will be able to make specific requests during the making of their reservation in order to further personalize their stay.

Address: The H10 Villa de la Reina hotel is located at 22 Gran Vía street (Madrid). The coordinates for the GPS are 3º42'1.88 ”W / 40º25'12.27” N
Rooms: This boutique hotel has 74 rooms, 3 meeting rooms and the La Villa Bar and Las Infantas Restaurant with a wide gastronomic offer. Friday nights offer live music. During the month of May, the sessions are flamenco fusion. The price, per night, is from € 275 the basic room and from € 290, the double (accommodation only). The restaurant offers working menus from € 25.

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The hotel has 74 double rooms, some with stunning views of the Gran Vía in Madrid. His renewed aesthetic has taken care of every last detail. Light tones and noble materials combine with modern touches in the furniture, fabrics and paintings that decorate the rooms.

Marquetry panel

The reception stands out for the impressive marquetry panel behind the counter, reminiscent of the concierges of Parisian hotels. This, moreover, is majestically reflected in the ceiling mirror, creating original visual effects.

Classic desk

Some rooms face an inner courtyard, for those who want more peace. In the picture, the classic desk equipped with kettle service on request.

Careful library

Located at the entrance, the lounge bar is reborn as a multidisciplinary space. In addition to enjoying a wide variety of light snacks, you can enjoy reading thanks to its careful library.

Around the fireplace

Next to the Turkish carpets that dress the lobby floor, the sofas and armchairs in red and turquoise tones offer a quiet environment where you can enjoy reading or having a conversation around the fireplace. The mirrors surrounding the lounge bar give a feeling of spaciousness to the room.

Noble portraits

For families of three members, the hotel has double rooms with two single beds and an annex sofa bed. In all the rooms, the portraits of French nobles and royals of the House of the Habsburgs stand out.

Rest zone

The rest area of ​​the junior suite communicates with a living room, of clear vintage style, with an outdoor balcony and 32 ”LCD TV. For greater comfort of its occupants, the bathroom is super complete, as it has a bathtub and separate shower.

Glazed columns and showcases

The entrance to the hotel is frankly spectacular. The interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has managed to create an intentionally recharged atmosphere with columns, glass cabinets and XL planters.

Junior suite

The junior suite has a generous terrace of 22 m2. In addition, it offers special attention such as the king size bed, 2 x 2 m, and another LCD TV in the bedroom, in addition to the one in the living room.

Las Infantas Restaurant

The Las Infantas restaurant, with the breakfast buffet, emulates the rustic kitchen, with cupboards and hydraulic floor.

Hydraulic floor

The Las Infantas restaurant, with the breakfast buffet, emulates the rustic kitchen, with cupboards and hydraulic floor.


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