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Four Seasons Hotel Madrid now Accepting Reservations

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
The Travel Society is proud to be a Four Seasons Preferred Partner!
Book with one of our Independent travel advisors today to take advantage of a multitude of VIP added amenities such as:

Daily full American breakfast for two people bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)

Spa credit of USD $100 once during stay
(not applicable to products)

Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites, villas, and private residences)

Complimentary basic Internet in all guest rooms; complimentary premium Internet in all suites
After a seven-year reconceptualisation and meticulous restoration of a collection of seven historic buildings, the new Four Seasons Hotel Madrid is now confirming reservations for arrivals beginning May 15, 2020.

The Hotel, the first Four Seasons in Spain, offers 200 rooms and suites. Hotel guests and locals will find a four-level spa retreat capped by a sky-lit
indoor pool and sun terrace looking out across Madrid’s rooftops. The spa will be the largest in the city, offering eight treatment rooms plus a salon and 24/7 fitness center.

For dining, Spanish celebrity Chef Dani Garcia will unveil Dani, a new concept from the three Michelin-starred chef, with an unmatched rooftop setting. A gastrobar will continue to move forward the tapas trend that began in
Spain, adding modern Asian flavors paired with cutting-edge cocktails. The Hotel will also offer a bar and lounge adjacent to the lobby.

In this pedestrian-friendly city, most of the main points of interest are within a 20-minute walk, including three of the world’s best museums – the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Guests can also easily access Retiro Park with its incredible Glass Palaceand endless pathways amid trees, fountains and ponds, and the Galería
Canalejas luxury shopping mall.

Four Seasons co-founded the Terry Fox Run in 1981, and it’s now the world’s largest single day fundraiser for cancer research.