The Hotel Villa Magna shares the six-kilometre-long Paseo de la Castellana along with elegant palaces and skyscrapers. Flourishing with financial and commercial activity, it is the axis that divides the city in two, from north to south. Paseo de la Castellana meets Paseo del Prado where guests can find three major art museums, the El Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Reina SofÃa. It is also brimming with splendid cafÃ©s, beautiful buildings such as the Palacio de Linares, home to the Casa de America, and emblematic squares of Cibeles and Neptuno. If you are looking to escape from the hustle and bustle, head for the luscious greenery of the Royal Botanical Gardens running adjacent. The luxury hotel provides guests with a choice of fine rooms to relax and unwind in, with a delicious drink or a light snack. The elegant lounge opens out to a stunning terrace enclosed by lush green foliage. Tse Yang Restaurant offers lovers of Cantonese cuisine an authentic culinary experience. Discover the most refined flavours prepared by the team of talented Chinese chefs on the Villa Magna hotelâ€™s ground floor off the Patio Magnum. Guests can work out in the hotels onsite gym, relax with a massage in the wellness centre or hold important corporate meetings in one of the eight versatile rooms.The lavish and peaceful rooms are a combination of contemporary and classic design, they are equipped with all the latest conveniences, including a luxurious pillow menu, mounted flat screen television with satellite, Wi-Fi, laundry, room service, in-room safe with laptop capacity and large marble bathroom with hairdryer, bathrobe and slippers. Other rooms offer additional luxuries. Extra beds, cots, connecting rooms and rooms adapted to those with limited mobility are available on request.
The Hotel Villa Magna is the ideal accommodation for those requiring luxury within close proximity to all business areas of Madrid.
In addition to a health club, Hotel Villa Magna features a spa tub and a sauna
Guests have a choice rooms, Magna, Duluxe, Grand Deluxe and Gran Prestige, this all are equipped with pillow menu, mounted flat screen television with satellite, Wi-Fi, laundry, room service, fully stocked minibar, in-room safe with laptop capacity and large marble bathroom with hairdryer, bathrobe and slippers.Suites have additional living areas with sofas, Nespresso coffee machines, some have separate bath and showers. Please note certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
The Villa Magna enjoys some of the finest Spanish and international cuisine created by Rodrigo de la Calle, one of the most celebrated chefs in Spain. Innovative recipes and exotic dishes will delight even the most discerning palates. The culture of the tapa predominates, and the offer ranges from timeless classics such as the potato omelette to the most contemporary creations.
North of the Retiro, Salamanca has always been an affluent neighbourhood. Its grid-like streets and beautiful houses sprang up at the end of the 19th century, escaping from the old city walls. Today, ladies who lunch drop into its spas and designer shops, many of which line the long, sleek Calle Serrano. The National Library and the Museum of Archaeology are close to the Plaza de ColÃ³n, just a few hundred meters from the hotel.