REVIEW

Room Mate Carlos

A Spanish interiors expert outfitted this hotel’s 57 high-ceilinged rooms with mid-century-inspired sunburst lamps, curved banquettes, and off-kilter side tables.

By Diane Vadino, Thursday, Mar 10, 2011, 1:00 AM

A room at Room Mate Carlos.

(Courtesy Room Mate Hotel)

Room Mate Carlos

About this Hotel

Price From $109

On a sunny street corner near San Telmo, a neighborhood known for its tango halls and antiques dealers, the latest property from the Madrid-based Room Mate chain makes the most of its grand, eight-story space. All of the 57 rooms are loftlike, with large windows and open floor plans, and some are duplexes with 16-foot-high ceilings. Spanish interiors expert Tomás Alía designed the hotel, which opened in June, and his signature style comes through in mid-century-inspired sunburst lamps, curved banquettes, and off-kilter side tables that resemble colorful hunks of quartz.

Free Wi-Fi? Yes.

Credit Cards Accepted AmEx, MC, Visa.

Details Doubles from $109.

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