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InterContinental Madrid Popular with Irish Visitors

InterContinental Madrid Popular with Irish Visitors

The InterContinental Madrid receives 3% of its business from Ireland, ITTN was told by Oliver Benalal, the hotel’s Director of International Sales, on a recent visit to the InterContinental Dublin in Ballsbridge (previously the Four Seasons until the New Year), where he co-hosted a reception for travel agents and media with Destination Madrid and the Spanish Tourism Office.

Oliver Benalal, Director of International Sales, InterContinental Madrid, presents the paella

Oliver Benalal, Director of International Sales, InterContinental Madrid, presents the paella

 

Oliver also brought a team of chefs with him from Madrid, headed by Miguel de la Fuente, to prepare a delicious tapas lunch, including paella.

Miguel de la Fuente, Chef, InterContinental Madrid, with Sarah Slattery, Irish Travel Trade News

Miguel de la Fuente, Chef, InterContinental Madrid, with Sarah Slattery, Irish Travel Trade News

The 5-star InterContinental Madrid, a landmark hotel on Paseo de la Castellana, was inspired by an 18th-century palace and is ideally located in the cultural and business district. The hotel is minutes from the Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Real Madrid Museum and the elegant Serrano shopping district.

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Accommodation comprises 302 guest rooms, including 134 Superior rooms, 36 Executive rooms, 91 Club rooms, 17 Suites, seven Presidential Suites, and one Royal Suite, as well as the Club Lounge, which offers private check-in and late check-out, Internet access and business centre. Other facilities are two restaurants, El Cafe and the first-class El Jardin, the Bar 49, a fitness centre and spa, and 10 meeting rooms.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 52 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 42 years.

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