The Canadian luxury hotel chain Four Seasons arrives in Spain for the first time and chooses Madrid to position itself as the it place for hospitality, gastronomy and well-being.

In the heart of the capital —a few steps from the Puerta del Sol and the Barrio de las Letras— stands the lavish Centro Canalejas, home of the Four Seasons, which is made up of seven historic buildings that were painstakingly restored and redesigned over 8 years by the Carlos Lamela architecture studio . This is the most important rehabilitation work that Madrid has had in recent years.In terms of hospitality, the Four Seasons offers 200 suites that are a haven of peace, all impeccably designed, with marble bathrooms and Hermés amenities . The beds hug you so exquisitely that you won’t want to get out of there. And, as if that were not enough, it has privileged views of the neighboring museum, the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando. The rooms are distributed in different categories, including deluxe suites , with one and two bedrooms, with a terrace, as well as the Presidential Suite (300 m2) and the Royal Suite (400 m2). On the other hand, the hotel boasts 22 luxury private residences, from one to three bedrooms, which have been conceived by the interior design studio led by Luis Bustamante.

Four Seasons Madrid commits to art

The corridors and common areas of the hotel are a staging of impeccable art, curated by Paloma Fernández Iriondo, director of the Villar Mir Cultural Fund, who has made a selection of 2,500 works including sculptures, paintings and photographs, chosen by a contest between artists from different Spanish universities.

Gourmet destination

Michelin- starred Dani García is a benchmark of Spain’s culinary heritage, and for the Four Seasons he presents a new gastronomic concept: Dani Brasserie , designed by Swedish interior designer Martin Brudnizki.It is an offer that oscillates between haute cuisine and casual cuisine. Located on the seventh floor, it boasts one of the best views of Madrid: the tower of the Palacio de la Equitativa, and the two bronze chariots that guard what was the old Banco de Bilbao building.

Wellness sanctuary

If what you are looking for is an unbeatable wellness experience and to disconnect to internalize yourself, the Four Seasons spa is ideal for you. With a wide range of services, ranging from massages, skin care rituals, hairdressing, hand and foot care, to relaxation experiences for couples.

The 4-story spa features eight treatment rooms, steam rooms, saunas, a beauty salon, relaxation rooms, a 14-meter indoor pool, a fitness center and a solarium , located on the eighth floor, which offers views over the charming rooftops of the Madrid capital.

Coming soon…

ISA will open, a gastrobar that stands out for its modern mixology and its exquisite interior design, conceived by the London firm AvroKo, where Asian-inspired tapas will be served, as well as gourmet artisan appetizers.Also, it is expected to open the doors of the Canalejas Gallery, which aims to become the new benchmark for luxury shopping in Madrid. With space for more than 40 stores spread over three floors, the gallery will boast elegance with an art deco style that recalls the history of the buildings that stood between the 1920s and 1930s.

All about the trip

  • Airlines has applied high sanitation standards through its Health and Hygiene Management System (SGSH) throughout its operation within its airport facilities, on board flights and at the time of disembarkation, to guarantee the safety of its customers. and collaborators. The Premier Lounges were reopened under strict hygiene measures.
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