Palladium Hotel Group presents novelties planned for 2022 at FITUR
The Spanish hotel chain will participate in the event that takes place at IFEMA from January 19 to 23
The Palladium Hotel Group stand at FITUR, the International Tourism Fair that will be held from January 19 to 23, 2022 at IFEMA MADRID, will transmit the brand's values: quality, enjoyment and spaces that flow to offer us a unique and enjoyable experience. high level. Palladium Hotel Group has a wide variety of hotels in different destinations to adapt to the needs of each client, "from hotels designed for families to 'only adults' hotels, always under the premise of excellent service and a unique gastronomic proposal", they point out from the company.
In addition to this, "this year we also want to communicate important news planned for 2022: TRS Ibiza Hotel, a new concept of a five-star 'only adults' hotel that comes to Ibiza, backed by the success of the brand in the Caribbean, to offer its guests an exceptional location in which to enjoy the island's famous sunsets, a spectacular gastronomic offer and an exclusive butler service, all this, framed in a premium all-inclusive concept, which will offer each guest a unique experience. "
All this, without forgetting the reopening of BLESS Hotel Madrid, "which since December reopened its doors in the heart of Madrid, specifically, in the capital's" Golden Mile "." It is about “own concept of hedonistic luxury where exclusive services and exquisite personalized attention are mixed, with new experiences that make the stay of its clients a unique experience. Because BLESS Hotel Madrid seeks that its guests enjoy with all their senses ”.
From Palladium Hotel Group they explain that "we have worked in the search for a stand at FITUR that transmits the values of our brand: quality, enjoyment and spaces that flow to offer us a unique and high-level experience". For this reason, "we play with wood and light tones, as well as with elements of curved lines to achieve a light, organic space with great visual beauty".