After the last Madrid Convention Bureau Board Meeting held in May, eight companies have been incorporated into this public-private organisation as full members:
A Punto: created with the desire to be a benchmark in Madrid’s gastronomy, this cooking school offers classes, showrooms and a specialist cookery and wine library, as well as an advisory service for culinary events and for the production of specialised content on paper, video and audio formats.
Catering Doménico: this company founded in 2002, stands out for its dedicated strive for the quality excellence of its ingredients, being in constant contact with suppliers of local, artisan and fresh products.
Exclusive Spain Tours: through sector knowledge and a highly-qualified professional team, this Destination Management Company (DMC) offers exclusive services with competitive rates as well as a wide range of activities and tours both for leisure and business visitors alike.
Ovation Spain: this integrated event management agency, specialising in Destination Management Services, boasts an international team of project managers who speak 12 languages; an agency that aspires to be the foreign client’s best ally in Madrid for organising events.
Only You Atocha 4* Hotel: the hotel is located in a very central area of Madrid, right opposite the Madrid Puerta de Atocha train station and just a few metres away from El Retiro Park. The beauty of this historic building has been enhanced by skilful design, with interior décor based on an eclectic set of resources and an informal yet sophisticated character, aimed at creating a setting of urban comfort with industrial hues.
Las Ventas Bullring (Plaza 1): Las Ventas is the biggest bullring in Spain and has the third largest seating capacity in the world, as well as being considered one of Madrid’s architectural jewels, built in the Neo-Mudéjar style with exposed brickwork. The arena has a diameter of 60 metres and can host up to 2,000 people for a cocktail reception.
Cine de la Prensa by Super8 cinema: With a privileged location in the heart of the Gran Vía, the Palacio de la Prensa is a classic cinema in Madrid life. It has carried out a major reform to its facilities, which can now offer solutions for the organisation of any type of event.
The Palace of Santoña: Located right in the centre of Barrio de las Letras (Literary District), it is one of the six surviving residential palaces in Madrid. A gem of 18th century architecture, it perfectly combines the dazzling work of Madrid’s Bourbon-courtier style blended with exoticism and oriental art, all within the neo-classical and neo-baroque setting of its era.