Styled by Barcelona designer Jaime Beriestain, The Mint refers to the color scheme throughout, a range of pale greens and the ever-present teal. The hotel occupies a curlicued former insurance company building in a prime spot at the bottom of Gran Vía, and the understated design incorporates many original features. The atmosphere is quirkier, New York-ier. The first thing that strikes you is that there’s no separate reception; you pick up your keys from the bar, along with a welcome drink. The guestrooms are especially clean, the only drawback being that those facing the traffic can get noisy. A gastrobar on the ground floor offers bespoke breakfast options, and in summer a food truck serves fish and chips on the roof terrace. It’s painted mint green, of course.
Vincci The Mint
Calle Gran Via, 10
Our Rating Neighborhood Gran Vía, Chueca & Malasaña Transportation Metro: Banco de España Phone 91-203-06-50 Prices 125€–250€ double Amenities Gastrobar; room service; roof terrace; free Wi-Fi Units 88 Web site Vincci The Mint
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