Today we offer you five luxury plans in Madrid, to enjoy sleeping in palaces, relaxing massages, exclusive shopping, and delicacies for the most discerning palates. Five plans for discovering a unique and different Madrid.
Hotel Santo Mauro
The hotel is located in the district of Chamberí, in the former residence of the Duke of Santo Mauro. It consists of three buildings surrounded by a garden, and it has 49 bedrooms which offer a very special stay. The former ballrooms, which have a unique style, are now part of the lobby.
This is a five star Grand Luxury Hotel, located in the heart of Madrid. It is within easy reach of Paseo del Prado, Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor and El Retiro Park.
The building was recently constructed, in Art Deco style and avant-garde architecture. It has 96 individually designed rooms and suites, meeting rooms, spaces for events, an outdoor swimming pool, solarium, sauna, restaurant and bar. Its collection of works of art is particularly noteworthy.
Hotel Bless Madrid
To take a break from the routine and unwind, there is nothing better than taking the time to pamper yourself. This spa located on the Golden Mile itself, offers Asian luxury therapies with organic products. It is a designer facility where the focus is on relaxation. You can find body massages, facials, foot massages, or massages for pregnant women.
If you want to enjoy a spa at an altitude, this is the place. It is located in the exclusive Eurostars Madrid Tower Hotel, in the Chamartín district, and offers hydrotherapy, facials, body treatments and other luxury rituals.
This is located in the Hotel Sheraton some distance away from the centre, and has an area of more than 1500 square metres. You can enjoy a thermal circuit and facial and body treatments.
When discussing luxury shopping in Madrid, you can’t miss mentioning the Salamanca district and its famous Golden Mile. It’s here where you’ll find the biggest labels and top designers at both the national and the international level.
Between the streets José Ortega y Gasset, Claudio Coello, Serrano and Velázquez, there are clusters of shops such as Adolfo Domínguez, Roberto Verino, Manolo Blahnik, Loewe, Suárez, Chanel, Carolina Herrera, Tiffany&Co, among many others.
In this area you can also find the El Jardín de Serrano shopping centre, housed in a 19th century palace right on Goya Street. Alternatively, you can shop at large department stores such as El Corte Inglés, that have sections dedicated to luxury, jewellery and the big brands.
Santceloni is located in the heart of the business district of Madrid, on Paseo de la Castellana. The entrance to the restaurant is next to Hotel Hesperia. It offers a seasonal cuisine that is continuously updated.
The restaurant headed up by David Muñoz, a young chef who decided to break with traditional cuisine and create something different. Muñoz defines his cuisine as fun, surprising and full of flavour.
One of the big names in Spanish haute cuisine. Luxury and refinement are its hallmarks. Its tables have seated past presidents of the government, actors and prominent cultural and political personalities, both nationally and internationally.
Serano 240 sports club
The philosophy of this gymnasium is caring for the customer as if they were in a five-star hotel. It offers a personal trainer, physiotherapy, more than sixty weekly activities and restricted numbers.
Reebok Sports Club La Finca
This is a perfect combination of a country club and city gymnasium. You can find large grassy areas, tennis courts, paddle tennis courts, swimming pools and football fields.
Women’s Arsenal is a benchmark in women’s gyms. It is approximately 8,500 square metres, with hairdressing, physiotherapy, swimming pool, solarium, spa area, saunas, etc.
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