The Four Seasons Hotel Madrid has begun accepting reservations ahead of its spring opening.
Located in a set of seven restored buildings near the Puerta del Sol, the 200-room hotel is set to open its doors on May 15.
Four Seasons said it has spent seven years ‘reconceptualising’ and refurbishing the historic site, which was led by architects Estudio Lamela. It will also house 22 private residences and a luxury shopping centre.
Hotel interiors are by designers including Bamo, BG Architecture, Martin Brudnizki, Avroko and Luis Bustamante.
Three Michelin-starred Spanish chef Dani Garcia will run Dani, a rooftop restaurant serving Andalusian cuisine indoors and on an outdoor terrace.
A gastrobar will serve tapas, Asian dishes and unique cocktails.
The hotel will also have a four-level spa – set to be the largest in Madrid – with an indoor pool and sun terrace, eight treatment rooms and a 24-hour gym.
Events will be held across 1,400 sqm of meeting space and in the 500-capacity Sol Ballroom.
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