Hotel Silken Puerta América

Hotel Silken Puerta América

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41 Av. de América, Madrid, 28002, Spain
Courtesy of Silken Puerta America Hotel

Blending the work of 19 world-renowned designers like Norman Foster and Ron Arad, this Salamanca hotel has 12 floors, each with a starkly different style. Inside the rainbow-colored building, the lobby contains a collection of iPads which guests use to choose a room. Options range from Zaha Hadid’s Space Club rooms—which include futuristic curves and all-white furniture—to the Arata Isozaki rooms, which are entirely black save for the white-cedar bathtub and a single piece of bright red furniture. The hotel also includes the stylish Lágrimas Negras restaurant and the rooftop Skynight Bar.

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