Since opening in the Spanish capital in September 2020, Four Seasons Hotel Madrid has proven to be a highly popular meeting place for city guests and locals alike. The luxury property is celebrated for its excellence in gastronomy, wellness, and art, featuring more than 1,500 works throughout the property. The hotel’s restaurant and cocktail bar is the place to see and be seen in Madrid. This crown jewel has earned the distinction of receiving a “lucky” 13 awards from international organizations including “Best New Hotel in Spain 2021” by Conde Nast Traveler and 5-star hotel rating by the Forbes Travel Guide 2022.
What can you expect at the Four Seasons Hotel Madrid?
- Total Number of Rooms: 200 including 161 rooms and 39 suites
- One restaurant, Dani and two lounges, ISA and El Patio
- The largest spa and wellness facility in the city
- Up to 1,500 square feet of exclusive meeting and special event space with eight rooms, holding from 6 – 500 participants
Four Seasons Madrid offers a range of guestrooms and suites, including the award-winning Royal Suite, which was named the Best Hotel Suite by Gold Key Awards. Set on the second floor of the hotel, the Royal Suite features more than 4,300 square feet of space in a Louis XV style. Guests will be transformed by the combination of art, history, and luxury.
I stayed in one of the well-appointed premier rooms, designed for both business and relaxation. I was able to work at the desk, dine at the table and unwind on the chaise longue beside the window. I loved looking at the bustling street scene below and listening to the sweet violin music being played across the street.
Dining at Four Seasons Hotel Madrid
The hotel offers Dani, a delightful brasserie that overlooks the city with both indoor and outdoor seating on the 7th floor. This splendid rooftop restaurant headed by acclaimed Spanish Chef Dani Garcia features a fusion of Michelin-starred specialties with traditional Andalusian cuisine. Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I loved their breakfast buffet starting out with Lavazza Coffee and an Egg Benedic-tion made with English muffin, smoked salmon, and Hollandaise Sauce.
The lounge El Patio features authentic Spanish cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; and a fabulous Afternoon Tea in the lobby.
Isa is a gastro lounge that offers an infusion of Asian and Mediterranean cuisine with a signature cocktail bar in an elegant, yet mysterious setting. Isa has also been awarded the “Best New International Cocktail Bar in Europe as a 2022 Spirited Awards Honoree.” They have recently launched Sakura Cocktails which creates a dramatic effect using light, smoke, and flavors. Try The Breeze, made with Tequila El Jimador, Tangerine, and Green Pea.
Spa and Wellness Treatments
If you want to relax and unwind, the SPA at Four Seasons Hotel Madrid has become the ideal environment for wellness in the city with four-levels of spa sanctuary. This is the largest spa in Spain with more than 15,000 square feet of space, offering an indoor, pool, relaxation lounge, 24-hour gym, and a hair salon. Spa services include massages, facials, nail salon, and wellness rituals.
Before it became the Four Seasons, this iconic building was originally known as El Palacio de la Equitativa in 1887, the Spanish headquarters of the Equitable Life Assurance Society in the U.S.
If you’re heading to Madrid, don’t miss your opportunity to make the magnificent Four Seasons Madrid a part of your experience.
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