L.E. Hotels adds Colombia, Spain hotels

L.E. Hotels has added two new properties in Spain and Colombia to its portfolio.

Hotel Artiem Madrid, Spain: “Developed to maximize the comfort and mindfulness of its guests throughout their travels, Hotel Artiem Madrid’s carefully curated list of amenities, as well as its minimalist design with natural elements, make the property a perfect respite for guests that value health and wellness travel experiences. Each guestroom comes equipped with a work desk, a stretching area for yoga and meditation, and a chaise lounge for relaxation in the ‘chill corner.’ For guests that wish to keep up their fitness regimes, guestrooms also offer the ‘Gym in a Bag.’ These signature bags contain a yoga mat, foam roller and versatile elastic band. Personal trainers are also available by reservation. Breakfast and other freshly made meals are available at the Slow Lounge, the hotel’s featured dining hall, and The Green, a 24-hour grab-and-go lounge."

Hotel Rosales Plaza, Bogotá, Colombia: “The luxury redbrick Hotel Rosales Plaza features 61 contemporary guestrooms and suites with panoramic views of Bogotá and the neighboring Andes Mountains. Guests can venture down to the first floor to enjoy international cuisine for casual business lunches or intimate dinners at the property’s Fifth Avenue Restaurant. The Terrace Bar also offers a casual-yet-chic setting for drinks and socializing. Additional amenities include in-room spa treatments and access to one of Bogotá’s finest outdoor fitness centers.” 


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