UMusic Hotels reveals Madrid project

UMusic Hotels has revealed a new project in Madrid’s Plaza de Canalejas. The hotel group has signed an agreement with the company Pescaderías Coruñesas, to manage the complex that will occupy about 107,600 sq. ft. (10,000 sq. m.) and will include the restoration of three historic buildings: the Reina Victoria Theater, the Meneses Building and the Casa Allende, as part of its commitment to recover historic buildings and return them to the city. UMusic Hotel Teatro Reina Victoria will combine high-level accommodations with entertainment, offering customers a unique and transformative experience in a space designed for fostering creativity and the local culture, while contributing to the development of the community.

The new five-star luxury hotel, set to open in 2027, will have 70 rooms and suites, a culinary offering, apa and fitness center, rooftop bar and the historic Reina Victoria Theater with approximately 600 seats.

“UMusic Hotel Teatro Reina Victoria is a very ambitious project that will convert three historic buildings, located in one of the most exclusive areas of the capital, into an establishment that combines a five-star luxury hotel and the popular Reina Victoria Theater, allowing it to recover all its splendor,” said Robert Lavia, CEO, UMusic Hotels. “At UMusic Hotels, we are more than hotels, we celebrate spaces of creativity and entertainment, and this new project meets all the criteria we look for so that guests can have unique cultural experiences.”

Lavia also points out that the choice for Madrid is because, “it has become a European and world capital of entertainment and culture. Its rich cultural legacy, geographical location and philosophy of open doors, without prejudices of any kind, have led to the arrival of great names in hospitality. We have a progressive expansion plan with the main objective to bring our new concept of hospitality and entertainment to the main cities of the world, which will strengthen our presence in Europe, the United States and Latin America.”