Four Seasons Hotel Madrid, the first Four Seasons property in Spain, is now welcoming guests.
The 200-key property is housed in Centro Canalejas Madrid, seven historical buildings reimagined into a luxury shopping and living destination in the heart of the city.
“Four Seasons Hotel Madrid began with a visionary plan by our owner partner OHL to unite and breathe new life into a collection of historic buildings in the heart of Madrid. Together with recent partners Mohari Hospitality, the result is a modern luxury experience in a magnificently restored property—the perfect debut for Four Seasons in Spain,” said Christian Clerc, president, Global Operations, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
Mark Scheinberg, founder of Mohari Hospitality, which is half owner of the property with OHL since 2017, added, “We’re really proud to have partnered with Four Seasons and OHL to develop and open this flagship luxury destination in Madrid, and the first Four Seasons in Spain. Despite the challenging circumstances, we’re sure that Centro Canalejas, and its seven beautifully reconceptualized historic buildings, will swiftly become a new social centre for the City of Madrid and a second home for local and global visitors alike.”
“We are excited to welcome our first guests to the first Four Seasons in Spain,” said Adrian Messerli, regional vice-president and the property’s general manager. “In addition to our dedication to providing guests with a memorable experience, our staff are all fully trained and implementing Lead With Care. Four Seasons enhanced global health and safety program. Grounded in healthcare expertise, the program provides the latest information and best practices that will help us keep our guests, residents and employees safe and well.”
Four highlights of the Four Seasons Hotel Madrid
Three Michelin-star chef Dani Garcia, one of Spain’s most celebrated chefs and a champion of the country’s culinary heritage, has opened an eponymous restaurant on the top floor of the hotel. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and tapas, “Dani” serves traditional Andalusian cuisine that “converts the casual into the sophisticated, and the sophisticated into casual.” The restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating year-round.
A second restaurant, Isa, will soon be added to the hotel’s restaurant and bar offerings. This beautifully appointed gastrobar will pair Asian-inspired tapas with creative cocktail concoctions crafted by bar manager Sophie Larrouture.
Also opening soon, The Spa at Four Seasons will be the city’s biggest spa at 15,000 square feet. It will include eight treatment rooms; steam room, sauna and lounge; and a salon. Guests will also enjoy the property’s 24-hour, fully-equipped fitness center and a 14-metre indoor pool with glass walls and oversized skylight.
More than 3,700 meticulously restored historic artifacts juxtaposed with contemporary Spanish artworks and comfortable furnishings are on display throughout the hotel’s public spaces, restaurants and bars, spa and 15,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces.
The property also includes 22 luxury Private Residences with one to three bedrooms, designed by Luis Bustamante.