Four Seasons Hotel Madrid accepting reservations following seven-year reconceptualisation

Four Seasons Hotel Madrid

Four Seasons Hotel Madrid is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning September 15, 2020, following a seven-year reconceptualisation and restoration project of seven historic buildings.

The high-end hotel is situated within Centro Canalejas, which is also home to 22 Four Seasons Private Residences and the Galería Canalejas luxury shopping mall.

Leading the restoration, architects Estudio Lamela worked to preserve over 3,700 artefacts throughout, while the interiors were led by an international team of designers including BAMO, BG Architecture, Martin Brudnizki, AvroKO and Luis Bustamante.


The property is home to 200 beautiful rooms and suites, including a Royal Suite with double-height ceilings and numerous historic details.

Enthusing on the end result was regional vice president, Four Seasons, Christoph Schmidinger, who is also the hotel’s general manager: “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.”

He continued: “Our owner partners OHL Desarrollos and Mohari Hospitality, and our all-star team of artisans, culinarians and hoteliers, share our vision for offering a very personalised Four Seasons experience in a truly extraordinary setting.”

Culture enthusiasts wishing to stay at the stunning property will enjoy its proximity to Kilómetro Cero, the central point from which all distances in Spain are measured, as well as Madrid’s main points of interest, which are all within a 20-minute walk, including the 125 hectare Retiro Park. Three of the world’s best museums – the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía – form a Golden Triangle in the neighbourhood around Four Seasons.

As for F&B, guests can look forward to a new dining concept by the three Michelin-starred Spanish celebrity chef, Dani Garcia. Dani serves up delectable Andalusian cuisine in the spacious indoors or out in the sunshine on the terrace.

Meanwhile, Isa, a gastrobar located on the first floor, will continue to move forward the tapas trend that began in Spain, adding modern Asian flavours paired with cutting-edge cocktails in a space created by global design studio AvroKO. Adjacent to the hotel’s lobby, El Patio also invites guests for relaxed drinks and dining.

Visitors to Four Seasons Hotel Madrid can additionally make the most of a four-level spa retreat, offering eight treatment rooms plus a salon and a 24/7 fitness centre. The hotel boasts 1,400m2 of flexible function space, including the oval-shaped Sol Ballroom, which is perfect for business meetings and social events.