Madrid – The City of Joy and Life is also a Premium Destination


Madrid is home to some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, including the Four Seasons, which opened its doors in 2020 and the Mandarin Oriental Ritz whose Belle-Époque building underwent extensive restoration work. These two new additions join Madrid’s extensive list of premium hotels which includes the historic Westin Palace and the Santo Mauro Autograph Collection.


Other luxury hotels include upcoming openings of the Hardrock Hotel Madrid, Evok, JW Marriott and The Madrid Edition, as well as a boutique offering in the Metrópolis building, which will also feature restaurants, a private club and a spa. Another sought-after destination to stay in Madrid is the newly refurbished 154-room Rosewood Villa Magna Hotel located in the upscale neighborhood of Salamanca.

Madrid has evolved into one of the richest culinary capitals of Europe. The city has wholeheartedly embraced all the creativity and innovation of Spain’s gastronomic revolution.


There are a number of top-tier culinary hotspots in the city. For a slice of history, visit Botín, a restaurant that dates back to 1725 and which holds a Guinness record for the world’s oldest restaurant. To understand more about Madrid’s culinary history, ask for the Illustrated Map of Century-old Restaurants and Tabernas.

For ultra-modern dining experiences, turn to Saddle, with chef Adolfo Santos at its helm. The restaurant collected its first Michelin star in December 2020. There are 19 other Michelin star restaurants – including DiverXo, Coque and El Invernadero –shoring up the reputation of Madrid’s dining scene as among the best in the world.

It’s also worth noting that on the top floor of many five-star establishments you’ll find the city’s fashionable rooftop bars, such as the VP Plaza de España Design and its 12th-floor Ginkgo Restaurante & Sky Bar with commanding views of the capital.

Madrid is a Premium Destination for Corporate Events.  One of the most spectacular places to hold an event is The Prado Museum.

The Prado Museum offers companies and institutions the opportunity to turn their corporate events into a cultural landmark of the first order.  The Prado invites you to enjoy its Collections and Spaces, in a special way, for you and your guests, once it closes its doors.  Each visit is prepared in a personalized way, varying depending on the number of attendees and the type of visit to be carried out.  In addition, as a closing to your visit, you can offer a cocktail to your guests in one of the exceptional spaces that the Museum has.

The new Auditorium in the Jerónimos Building, equipped with the most modern technologies, will allow you to organize conferences, concerts and meetings at the highest professional, cultural, and scientific level.  Additionally, you can complement the activity with a private visit to their Collections and Temporary Exhibitions or have a cocktail in the Jerónimos Lobby.

For further information, please contact the Madrid Convention Bureau.




Julie Surrey is a Partner at Creative Planette and is a seasoned professional in the events industry. Ms. Surrey started blogging actively in 2010 and writes industry specific pieces for i-Meet, the online business community for people who plan meetings and events.


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