You will immediately be struck by the design of the Melia Madrid Princesa's rooms. Vast (28 m²), fitted with parquet flooring, they are perfectly well-equipped and decorated in a Japanese style. The stylish bedside cabinets and lighting features glow with fluorescent red light. A glass coffee table and desk, a red armchair, abstract contemporary art paintings, you won't know where to start. Some may be a little baffled by this type of decoration, but you have to admit that it is really original. Facilities include a satellite TV with 12 channels, a free safe with an electronic code and large enough to store a laptop in it, discreet air-conditioning, a telephone and a mini-bar. You also have free high-speed Internet access. A beautiful bay window offers beautiful views of the city, especially from the 11th and 12th floors. Half of the rooms have a view of the city centre and the other half of the mountains (snow-capped until April). Modern art works can be seen above the beds and in the stylish corridors glowing with fluorescent red light on the ceiling. The bathroom is of course as stylish and contemporary as the rest of the room. It is equipped with a double sink, a hair-dryer, bathrobes (or kimonos, because of the Japanese ambiance!), slippers, a curved magnifying mirror, sophisticated hospitality products, tissues, combs, shaving and toothbrush kits and even a telephone, all this complemented with a plant for decoration. The toilet is separated thanks to a sliding glass door. You can admire beautiful views of the city while peacefully resting in your bathtub, fitted with a handle and a flexible shower head. Junior suites have a large bubble bath as well as a separate tropical shower.