Blue Sky Hospitality Creates Immersive Spaces for HYATT Centric Madrid

Blue Sky Hospitality Creates Immersive Spaces for HYATT Centric Madrid

Henry Chebaane, creative director of London studio Blue Sky Hospitality, seamlessly blended art, heritage and culture to craft the Hyatt Centric Madrid. The new lifestyle brand from Hyatt has entered the European market with a 5 star hotel developed from a historical city landmark built in 1920's located on the famous Gran Via.

Chebaane has developed a compelling, immersive environment that amplifies the brand ethos of providing a launch pad for guests to explore and experience the best of what the destination has to offer.

'Ondas' (Vibes) is the quirky ground floor space inspired by radio station, music halls and theaters of the Gran Via juxtaposing reception, lobby lounge and bar in the style of an open plan performance stage complete with stepped seating, media studio and a selfie booth. The overall red, black, white and bronze palette of the space is whimsically detailed to suggest standing inside the universe of an oversized deconstructed vintage radio.

The first floor of the hotel features a meeting and event space that evokes a virtual walk in the park, a central garden patio and a dramatic Iberian-Peruvian dining concept called "Hielo y Carbon" (Ice & Charcoal). Guests are greeted by a theatrical show kitchen, clad in various black and anthracite materials, leading to a crudo bar made of glass and silver tiles and an island cocktail bar specialized in gins overlooking the Gran Via.

The stylish bar and dining areas have an unusual ceiling covered with fluid silver graphics that reflect back the city lights of Gran Via below, lending a glamorous mood to the overall space that can be seen from across the road.

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