In fact, because Granados 83 is working towards that elusive fifth it’s probably more stylish than those relying on their (sometimes outdated) reputations. Like something straight out of the glossy pages of a design magazine, Granados 83 – housed on the site of a former hospital – gives neo-classic architecture a distinctly modern twist for contemporary guests; expect original courtyards and colonnades, now reinforced with steel, glass, iron and striking red marble. Luxury woods, sumptuous leathers and an awe-inspiring Asian art collection abound inside, where 77 extremely well-appointed rooms await for weary guests (highly recommended is one of the split-level loft spaces – providing the perfect shag pad). Public amenities include two restaurants and bars – 3 Restaurant is noted for its delectable Mediterranean/Asian fusion – and a swimming pool for working off the calories afterwards. And with a central location – mere minutes from the beating heart of the city – it won’t be long before Granados 83 snags itself that missing star.