The beautiful Four Seasons opened its doors last September in Madrid. Situated on the corner of calles Sevilla and Alcala, the Canadian-based group’s first property in Spain has arrived with all guns blazing, promising to grant the neighbourhood a new lease of life. The hotel is part of a large project that includes private residences, shops and a food market, and the building’s ornate 19th-century façade and opulent interiors have been preserved, including the double-height lobby with its ivy-green marble columns and stained-glass roof.
The Four Seasons Hotel has an impressive 200 guest rooms, including 39 suites. Every inch of each hotel rooms oozes with luxury, from Hermes bathroom products to Villeroy & Boch China and a sixty-five-inch TV.
The hotel allows you to select from nine different meeting and event spaces. This venue is perfect for the business and events world. From small boardroom meetings to extravagant ballrooms. Most of these lavish rooms are grouped on the second floor – including two impressive ballrooms. One of the hotels most distinctive function spaces is the Sol Ballroom. This beautiful oval shaped room can hold 350 guests. With natural daylight pouring in from a glass wall facing the open-air courtyard, it makes for a memorable setting for any meeting or event.
Enjoy the flair of the city by visiting the rooftop where restaurant Dani is located. With panoramic views over the city, mirrored bars, leather banquettes, tasselled burnt orange parasols and tropical fronds, this restaurant is impeccably designed. More important the food is like none other. Michelin-starred chef Dani García serves up exceptional tapas. His key dishes include nitro tomato and green pepper gazpacho, yellow salmorejo and the apple tart with almond ice cream.
The spa is said to be the biggest in the city. Whether it be for a relaxing massage or treatment or visiting the rooftop pool and sun terrace it is well worth dropping in for some well-deserved ‘me’ time.