The first Four Seasons Hotel in Spain has set its revised opening date and will now open in September, following years of planning and restoration.
After seven years of planning, Four Seasons Hotel Madrid in the Centro Canalejas was due to open in May this year, with plans obviously shuttered during the coronavirus crisis.
But reservations for arrivals beginning 15 September can now be made. The hotel has 200 rooms and suites, including the Royal Suite with double-height ceilings, and a four-level spa – the largest in the city – with sky-lit indoor pool, sun terrace, eight treatment rooms, salon and fitness centre.
About 3,700 artefacts were preserved during the restoration of its seven historic buildings, which was led by architects Estudio Lamela.
The interiors have been designed by Bamo, BG Architecture, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, AvroKO and Luis Bustamante.
“It’s truly been a labour of passion and love as these beautiful buildings transform into a fantastic setting for a new chapter in their histories,” said Christoph Schmidinger, Four Seasons regional vice president and the hotel’s general manager.
Spanish three Michelin-starred chef Dani Garcia will head up his new restaurant, Dani, offering Andalusian cuisine and panoramic views from a rooftop terrace in a space designed by London and New York-based Martin Brudnizki.
The new hotel will also boast tapas-focused gastrobar Isa on the first floor, adding in modern Asian flavours and cutting-edge cocktails in a space designed by AvroKO, while adjacent to the lobby will be El Patio.
The hotel also has three of the world’s best museums – the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia – on its doorstep.
Four Seasons Hotel Madrid will also follow strict adherence to the latest local guidelines for health and safety as well as implementing the luxury brand’s group-wide Lead With Care global health and safety programme.
For a limited time, Four Seasons Hotel Madrid is extending an introductory offer featuring 20% savings off the regular room rate.