Ritz Madrid lobby
For 110 years, the Hotel Ritz Madrid embodied the nexus of culture and society in Spain’s capital city.Ritz Madrid, opened by hotelier César Ritz in 1910, attracted not just travelers, royals, and celebrities – Grace Kelly honeymooned here- King of Spain Algonso XII celebrate his wedding a century ago … and his garden continue to be the place to see and be-seen-at.
It as “authentic, mixing the modern with ancient traditions, where different generations enjoy life all in the same spot.”
Five on-property restaurants are overseen by three-Michelin-starred chef Quique Dacosta, and wellness facilities include a heated indoor swimming pool, a vitality pool, experience showers, a steam room and a contemporary fitness center. WE LOVE THE RITZ!
FS Madrid is finally ready to welcome guests into its new stunning space.
Designed by Estudio Lamela with interior designs by BAMO.
Four Seasons Hotel Madrid’s 200 rooms and suites are some of the largest in the city, with an impressive selection for guests to choose from. Although all rooms are decorated to an impressively high standard, with many featuring unique architectural details, the hotel’s Royal Suite is undoubtedly the crème de la crème.
Santo Mauro was the former palace complex of the Duke of Santo Mauro who was an influential member of the Madrid elite at the turn of the century. The hotel has been a popular choice with luxury travelers and celebrities for many years and it is without doubt one of the capital’s smartest luxury hotels.
The hotel’s restaurant La Biblioteca is housed in the former library of the palace and serves a range of Spanish inspired dishes. While the Gin Bar plays homage to Art Deco New York and serves a range of all day snacks as well as some divine cocktails, which I recommend you indulge in!
Reopening as Rosewood Villa Madna this autumn 2021, the hotel is an inspired base for international travelers in an incomparable location within the very heart of Madrid. Long esteemed for hosting discerning travelers, this distinctive hotel is being thoughtfully refurbished to an elevated level of luxury, contemporary style, and modern amenities. Remarcable restaurant by three Michelin star chef Jesús Sánchez from El Cenador de Amós.
More than half a century after it opened, the Wellington is still extremely graceful, with chandeliers, marble and murals, and groups of guests in formal evening wear milling about the lobby. Polite staff are on hand to cater to your every need. The hotel is just a stone’s throw from the city’s most expensive shopping area, Salamanca, and has a summer pool with terrace – ideal for relaxing after all that retail therapy. Rooms vary in size and are decorated in a conservative but classic style, and chef Javier Librero invites you, in Restaurant Raices, a space located next to the pool, to enjoy healthy and organic cuisine, partly made with vegetables grown in our own garden. A casual and exclusive gastronomic experience!