The Madama‘s atmosphere and ethos aren’t just about making guests and diners feel welcome, but about evoking a lifestyle that makes them feel truly at home.
At the Madama, we love beauty and want to surround ourselves with it. That’s why we offer up our walls to artists to turn them into a constantly changing canvas, and host temporary exhibitions by emerging talents. And that’s how the Madama Museum came about.
We’re doing our bit to protect the environment.
This isn’t just a case of our staff pitching in to do the right thing, but also about helping our guests pick up these good habits through the Madama Goes Green manifesto, a compendium of best practices.
The Madama of today celebrates and stays connected with a time before the hostel opened its doors. The building was originally a police station, and later a hammam. You’ll find references to this in our name, colours and furniture.