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Emblematic buildings

Fusion between history and innovation

Emblematic buildings located in privileged places, transformed into hotels with a luxury service.

Palacio de Atocha

CoolRooms Palacio de Atocha is located in a palace from 1852 owned by Mr. Nemesio Sancha, a high official of the Overseas Ministry and knight of the Order of Charles III. Previously, it housed a hermitage and a convent, and today its 34 rooms bear witness to a perfect fusion of palatial spirit and the most contemporary design.

 

Its walls have witnessed the passing of time and the rise of luxury in Madrid. Its entrance, guarded by the figure of the god Hermes, conveys the nobility of the building, and its passage of carriages, with the impressive 7-meter-high ceilings, leads us, if followed in a straight line, to a secret garden with a plungepool.

 

The iconic Suite 19, the hotel’s current event room, is perfectly preserved, except for the furniture and curtains. The walls are decorated with wallpapers, probably from the Madrid Royal Factory and considered to be of cultural interest by the Spanish Heritage Department. Its fireplace front is made of white Carrara marble and the gilded moldings are a recreation of the Louis XVI style.

Palacio Villapanés

CoolRooms Palacio de Villapanés is a renovated 18th century palace that combines traditional nobility and contemporary indulgence. It is one of the most authentic accommodations in Seville, and its historical details are in perfect harmony with international design pieces by GCA architects and Patricia Urquiola. An emblematic palatial home commissioned by Admiral López-Pintado, one of the most important member in the history of Andalusia, would end up holding the title of Marquis de Torre Blanca de Aljarafe and was Lieutenant General of the Navy, landowner, businessman, breeder, winemaker, art collector and good food lover.

 

The palace was designed by Diego Antonio Díaz, master builder of the archbishopric and possibly the most innovative architect of his time. He constructed it around 1729, is one of the main examples of baroque civil architecture in the city. The original construction, a two-story high building with double-column arcade lookouts, is a marvelous example of the Sevillian courtyard house, boasting a long façade bay that spans along the hallway and the garage, together with other bays arranged around the main courtyard and the back garden.

 

From December 2009, the Villapanés Palace has been protected as a Heritage cultural interest site in Seville, since it is considered one of the main examples of baroque manifestations of the 18th century and preserves most of its original architectural elements. Its 50 spacious rooms, with palatial spirit and latest generation comfort, either have city views or magnificent courtyard views. Among these El Torreón Suite stands out in the dome of the building: an 85m² marvel with a terrace, beautifully coffered ceilings, open windows and a 19th century marble bathtub.

Palacio Villapanés

CoolRooms Palacio de Villapanés is a renovated 18th century palace that combines traditional nobility and contemporary indulgence. It is one of the most authentic accommodations in Seville, and its historical details are in perfect harmony with international design pieces by GCA architects and Patricia Urquiola. An emblematic palatial home commissioned by Admiral López-Pintado, one of the most important member in the history of Andalusia, would end up holding the title of Marquis de Torre Blanca de Aljarafe and was Lieutenant General of the Navy, landowner, businessman, breeder, winemaker, art collector and good food lover.

 

The palace was designed by Diego Antonio Díaz, master builder of the archbishopric and possibly the most innovative architect of his time. He constructed it around 1729, is one of the main examples of baroque civil architecture in the city. The original construction, a two-story high building with double-column arcade lookouts, is a marvelous example of the Sevillian courtyard house, boasting a long façade bay that spans along the hallway and the garage, together with other bays arranged around the main courtyard and the back garden.

 

From December 2009, the Villapanés Palace has been protected as a Heritage cultural interest site in Seville, since it is considered one of the main examples of baroque manifestations of the 18th century and preserves most of its original architectural elements. Its 50 spacious rooms, with palatial spirit and latest generation comfort, either have city views or magnificent courtyard views. Among these El Torreón Suite stands out in the dome of the building: an 85m² marvel with a terrace, beautifully coffered ceilings, open windows and a 19th century marble bathtub.

Palacio de Luces

CoolRooms Palacio de Luces is the best kept secret in Asturias. A restored 16th century palace immersed in 13,000m² gardens, just two kilometers away from the fishing village of Lastres. One of the most beautiful villages in Spain, boasting a labyrinth of streets filled with steps and its unrivaled port views.

 

Between the sea and the mountains and surrounded by forests, lies our hotel, the only Relais & Châteaux in Asturias and a true example of hospitality.

 

El Palacio de Luces was founded in 1580 by Juan Victorero “El Viejo”, a Spanish nobleman who went to the Americas and returned to his native Asturias bringing with him this faraway land’s architectural, cultural and gastronomic influences. The building follows the type of constructions of its time, when manor houses replaced medieval towers. Its facade clearly shows the three expansion stages of the building (the last carried out during the 20th century), with enlightening symbols such as the coat of arms of Victorero, the Maltese Cross and Franciscan lace stonework.

 

The hotel reopened in June 2021 after completing important renovations, redecoration and customer experience works performed by the construction company Antana, the architects and interior designers Proyecto Singular and the CoolRooms Hotels team. A process that has adapted the Palacio de las Luces to brand standards.

 

Today, it is the ideal place to get away from the madding crowd and discover the joy of pleasure without noise or pollution. It has 44 classic-style rooms and suites, a refined gastronomy restaurant with Asturian roots and influence from the Americas, expertly led by Chef Nacho García Canellada. It also incorporates a wellness spa that includes a massage room and a heated pool. All this with spectacular views of the Sierra del Sueve, the Picos de Europa mountain range and the Cantabrian Sea.

Maldà Singular Hotel

Maldà Singular Hotel is located in a restored 17th century building within the medieval heart of Barcelona, in the Gothic Quarter. The building is a longstanding Palace, which for more than 300 was home to an ancient and noble Catalan family, the Barons of Maldà. Today, its 17 rooms are the perfect fusion between history and contemporary design.

 

The baroque-style Barcelona building, was built by the Cortada family in the 17th century on Calle del Pino. It has three floors: the ground floor and two other floors. It belonged to the barons of Maldá and Maldanell, among whom we most famously find the writer Rafael de Amat y de Cortada, better known as Baron de Maldá, who lived in this breathtaking palace and, partly wrote his monumental work entitled Calaix de Sastre. In the 19th century, through marriage, it became the property of the Marquis of Castellbell.

 

After the Spanish Civil War, it was converted into a cinema complex, commercial galleries and private homes. In the 1980s, a concert and theater hall called Círculo Maldá was set up. Today, the Palace is considered a cultural interest site of Barcelona and CoolRooms Maldà enjoys the two upper floors.

Maldà Singular Hotel

Maldà Singular Hotel is located in a restored 17th century building within the medieval heart of Barcelona, in the Gothic Quarter. The building is a longstanding Palace, which for more than 300 was home to an ancient and noble Catalan family, the Barons of Maldà. Today, its 17 rooms are the perfect fusion between history and contemporary design.

 

The baroque-style Barcelona building, was built by the Cortada family in the 17th century on Calle del Pino. It has three floors: the ground floor and two other floors. It belonged to the barons of Maldá and Maldanell, among whom we most famously find the writer Rafael de Amat y de Cortada, better known as Baron de Maldá, who lived in this breathtaking palace and, partly wrote his monumental work entitled Calaix de Sastre. In the 19th century, through marriage, it became the property of the Marquis of Castellbell.

 

After the Spanish Civil War, it was converted into a cinema complex, commercial galleries and private homes. In the 1980s, a concert and theater hall called Círculo Maldá was set up. Today, the Palace is considered a cultural interest site of Barcelona and CoolRooms Maldà enjoys the two upper floors.

Discover our hotels

Madrid - Palacio de Atocha

Seville - Palacio Villapanés

Asturias - Palacio de Luces

Porto - Palacio Duarte

Barcelona - Maldà

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