Located in the Salamanca district, one of the city’s most exclusive and sophisticated neighbourhoods the Hotel Villa Magna embodies the fashionable side of Madrid.
Surrounded by one of the main shopping districts as well as by the financial district the Hotel Villa Magna is the ideal place to stay in the heart of the capital of Spain.
Madrid is not only the largest, but also the most visited city of Spain. This is no surprise as it possesses an incredible wealth of cultural attractions. From the “Art Triangle”; the Prado Museum, the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofia Museum, through to the smaller, although equally impressive art galleries, theatres, auditoriums and foundations.
In Madrid you can find almost everything, variety is a characteristic. In the heart of Madrid in the Salamanca neighbourhood one can discover the most famous international brands and in the Calle Fuencarral the best of alternative fashion. Madrid transcends fashion; you cannot define its style as it represents a combination of all trends.
In this city, gastronomy is as much about cuisine as it is culture, leisure and business. The culinary offers are varied in this gastronomic city, where you can taste traditional dishes and the most innovative and creative cuisine.
With one of Madrid’s most desirable addresses, the Villa Magna means a double-glazed cocoon of peace and quiet in probably the most comfortable bed you will ever experience.
Discretion is key and guests are assured of complete confidentiality and security during their stay. Villa Magna Hotel has 150 spacious, confortable rooms and luxury suites in Madrid, from 30 m² to 290 m².
The Villa Magna has introduced in all the Suite of the hotel a shower capsule “Skinjay”.
Each capsule contains an essential oil; a combination of pine, lime and cedarwood; lavender, verbena and tea tree; sweet orange, neroli and lemongrass; davana, peppermint and sweet lime, for example. There are six different oils and the capsule is attached through a valve to the shower in the bathroom of the suites.
A sensorial experience not to be missed!
A quiet retreat to be pampered par excellence. Select a treatment from the menu and enjoy the massage provided by an expert therapist. The wellness center by Kiara Kare® is the place to relax after a long trip or hectic day in the city.
To revitalize the mind, body and spirit, our wellness center offers luxurious body treatments and skincare in a retreat of tranquility.
The Kiara Kare® philosophy is practiced by the most skilled therapists.
Madrid, Spain 🇪🇸
No city on earth is more alive than Madrid, a beguiling place whose sheer energy carries a simple message: this city really knows how to live.
Madrid may lack the cachet of Paris, the monumental history of Rome, or Barcelona’s reputation for Modernista masterpieces. And no, there is no equivalent of the Eiffel Tower, Colosseum or La Sagrada Família that you can point to and say ‘this is Madrid’. But Madrid has nothing to be envious of. Spain’s broad sweep of architectural history provides a glorious backdrop to city life, from medieval mansions and royal palaces to the unimagined angles of Spanish contemporary architecture, from the sober brickwork and slate spires of Madrid baroque to the extravagant confections of the belle époque. Put simply, this is one beautiful city.
An Artistic City
Few cities boast an artistic pedigree quite as pure as Madrid’s: many art lovers return here again and again. For centuries, Spanish royals showered praise and riches upon the finest artists of the day, from home-grown talents such as Goya and Velázquez to Flemish and Italian greats. Masterpieces by these and other Spanish painters such as Picasso, Dalí and Miró now adorn the walls of the city’s world-class galleries. Three in particular are giants – the Museo del Prado, Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza – but in Madrid these are merely good places to start.
A Culinary Capital
Rising above the humble claims of its local cuisine, 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. But this acceptance of the new is wedded to a passion for the enduring traditions of Spanish cooking, for the conviviality of the eating experience and for showcasing the infinite variety of food from every Spanish region. From tapas in sleek temples to all that’s new to sit-down meals beneath centuries-old vaulted ceilings, eating in Madrid is a genuine pleasure.
Killing the Night
Madrid nights are the stuff of legend, and the perfect complement to the more sedate charms of fine arts and fine dining. The city may have more bars than any other city on earth – a collection of storied cocktail bars and nightclubs that combine a hint of glamour with non-stop marcha (action). But that only goes some way to explaining the appeal of after-dark Madrid. Step out into the night-time streets of many Madrid neighbourhoods and you’ll find yourself swept along on a tide of people, accompanied by a happy crowd intent on dancing until dawn.
Passionate, sophisticated and devoted to living the good life, Spain is both a stereotype come to life and a country more diverse than you ever imagined.
An Epic Land
Spain’s diverse landscapes stir the soul. The Pyrenees and the Picos de Europa are as beautiful as any mountain range on the continent, while the snowcapped Sierra Nevada rises up improbably from the sun-baked plains of Andalucía; these are hiking destinations of the highest order. The wildly beautiful cliffs of Spain’s Atlantic northwest are offset by the charming coves of the Mediterranean. And everywhere you go, villages of timeless beauty perch on hilltops, huddle in valleys and cling to coastal outcrops as tiny but resilient outposts of Old Spain.
A Culinary Feast
Food and wine are national obsessions in Spain, and with good reason. The touchstones of Spanish cooking are deceptively simple: incalculable variety, traditional recipes handed down through the generations, and an innate willingness to experiment and see what comes out of the kitchen laboratory. You may experience the best meal ever via tapas in an earthy bar where everyone’s shouting, or via a meal prepared by a celebrity chef in the refined surrounds of a Michelin-starred restaurant. Either way, the breadth of gastronomic experience that awaits you is breathtaking.
Art Imitates Life
Poignantly windswept Roman ruins, cathedrals of rare power and incomparable jewels of Islamic architecture speak of a country where the great civilisations of history have risen, fallen and left behind their indelible mark. More recently, what other country could produce such rebellious and relentlessly creative spirits as Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso and Antoni Gaudí and place them front and centre in public life? Here, grand monuments to the past coexist alongside architectural creations of such daring that it becomes clear Spain’s future will be every bit as original as its past.
Fiestas & Flamenco
For all the talk of Spain’s history, this is a country that lives very much in the present and there’s a reason ‘fiesta’ is one of the best-known words in the Spanish language – life itself is a fiesta here and everyone seems to be invited. Perhaps you’ll sense it along a crowded, postmidnight street when all the world has come out to play. Or maybe that moment will come when a flamenco performer touches something deep in your soul. Whenever it happens, you’ll find yourself nodding in recognition: this is Spain.