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RIU Converts Some of its Suites in Hotel Plaza España into Coworking Spaces

The service is aimed at business tourism and is already present in other Riu Plaza hotels around the world under the name “Crown Level”.

The RIU hotel chain is committed to offering workspaces for companies and freelancers, in line with other hotel chains, which have identified coworking as a complementary line of business where they can offer the combined formula of offices and shared services.

In this way, the Riu Plaza España hotel, located in Edificio España on Madrid’s Gran Vía, has launched new coworking spaces, a service aimed at business tourism that is already present in other Riu Plaza hotels around the world under the name “Crown Level”. Meanwhile, the French firm Accor and the American chain Marriott are carrying out their first coworking space trials in Spain.

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