Four Seasons Hotel Madrid
City Center Stunner
What it is
A collection of storied buildings (one dating to 1887) combined into one of Madrid’s most exquisite getaways, with a four-level spa, pool terrace and lauded restaurant.
What it isn't
Hands off. This being a Four Seasons, service is exemplary, whether you need room service at 3 a.m., a babysitter, overnight shoeshines, or same-day dry cleaning.
What we think
Every single need a guest could have has already been considered here. Need a shellac manicure and blowout? Their in-house boutique salon has you covered. Want to soak in a steam room and sauna, then have a jetlag-fighting massage? It’s right here. Feel like meeting your new friends for cocktails on the seventh floor rooftop terrace? Just let them know when. No surprise, the serene guest rooms are just as expertly plotted, from the plush terry bathrobes to the sleek marble-lined bathrooms. If you’re traveling en famille, it’s worth upgrading to the two bedroom suite for a cinematic rounded living room (complete with a fireplace) overlooking Calle de Alcaca, often from within the 19th century copper cupola rotunda itself.
You're here because
You’re undeniably a foodie, and the hotel’s Dani García restaurant is calling your name—and loudly—thanks to Andalusian dishes like wild sea bass with fennel cream and parsley oil.
You never would have imagined having Asian tapas in Madrid, but here you are, at Isa, and you’re loving it. That their mixologists have whirred you up a craft cocktail that has taken years off your age is just a bonus.
Restaurants & Bars
Dani - Andalusian cuisine crafted by Spanish celebrity chef Dani García
Gastrobar - Everything from classic cocktails to international innovations along with Asian tapas, small plates and comfort foods
Lobby Lounge and Bar - Casual menu features local tapas, pintxos and desserts
In central Madrid near Puerta del Sol plaza, just a few minutes stroll from Museo Nacional del Prado—where you can see masterworks by Goya and El Greco within the 1785 building.