Between the illuminated rooftops of Gran Vía with the frenetic rhythm of Madrid as a backdrop there is a place where the most creative and original flavours are combined with masterly technique and carefully selected products. An elegant ambience, sophisticated but familiar that invites a journey through our culinary heritage by referencing different corners of Spain through its varied dishes.
Whimsy and common sense are balanced perfectly; it’s what defines each plate by Ramón Freixa served here. A cuisine that will be appreciated by everybody and that has won well deserved recognition. At Ático the roots of Freixa’s culinary background can be discovered through the tastes of the Mediterranean and its unmistakable daring, innovation and sensibility.
Innovation, rebelliousness and creativity: more than a simple drink, rather a journey through tastes and sensations. Manel Vehí, winner of the Gin Mare International Medinspiration, heads a team whose job it is to bring the most original cocktails to the Madrid scene. With creations including El Chapo, Gala Dalí, Flor de Hibiscus or Ciudad de Perú, we are brought on a whistle stop tour of the globe with ingredients like chili peppers, limes, plankton and flowers, without leaving the capital city.
360° panoramic views with Madrid as a backdrop, making The Principal Madrid the ideal setting for exclusive and elegant events in the city. Spaces that can perfectly adapt to the requirements of each individual client and details that are guaranteed to make an impression. Events hosted at Ático will leave a lasting memory for each guest. Its gastronomy, directed by Ramón Freixa, provides the differentiating touch for every celebration.
Enjoy the exclusive benefits, surprises and special events that we offer in our hotel, at Ático and La Terraza. More than a club with benefits, a way of living The Principal Madrid to the utmost.More info
Located right at the heart of the capital, the entrance to The Principal Madrid Hotel’s Ático and La Terraza, is accessed via No.1 Calle Marqués de Valdeiglesias, at the corner of Gran Vía. With its own parking.