Rosewood raises flag in Spain with Villa Magna opening

Landmark Madrid hotel restored and refurbished for relaunch

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has planted its flag in Spain with the opening of Rosewood Villa Magna in Madrid.

Located on the capital’s most coveted boulevard, Paseo de la Castellana, the historic Villa Magna has been a local landmark since it originally opened in 1972. Amidst the city’s finest shopping, dining and cultural attractions, the ultra-luxury property is again welcoming guests after undergoing extensive restoration and refurbishment.

Renowned Spanish architect Ramón de Arana led the remodel. A sense of grandeur has been added to the building’s striking façade and entryway into the hotel, with a striking staircase and a pair of reflecting pools that draw attention to the centuries-old, 30-metre-high cedar and carob trees that adorn the property. The Villa’s iconic gardens have been transformed to underscore and maximise the hotel’s green spaces in the heart of the city.

Rosewood Villa Magna

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Expertly designed to evoke the essence and sentiment of the Salamanca district’s finest private homes, the guestrooms, suites and signature suites are among the crown jewels of Rosewood Villa Magna. The accommodations, consisting of 101 guestrooms, 49 suites and four signature suites, have been built to balance the ambiance of a contemporary Spanish villa with the signature aesthetic of the original Villa Magna hotel.

Rosewood Villa Magna’s signature suite, Anglada House, is the hotel’s largest, located on the top floor. Anglada House features two bedrooms, dedicated living and dining rooms, a private gym and sauna and an expansive private terrace. Also located on the top floor is Salamanca House, which includes a bedroom, living room, dining room, dressing room and a full bathroom. The suite can be combined with adjacent rooms to create up to a four-bedroom accommodation to make it largest private terrace in the capital, stretching 140-square-metres.

Rosewood Villa Magna

Cedros House makes a feature of natural light with the magnificent windows that preside over a spacious living and dining room, two bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, and a separate powder room. The two Castellana Suites offer a similarly impressive interior layout, with dedicated sleeping and living spaces, complemented by impeccable views of the Paseo de la Castellana, after which they are named.

There are four dining venues for guests, including the signature restaurant, Amós. Helmed by Michelin-starred chef Jesús Sánchez, the Amós is poised to quickly establish itself as a highlight of Madrid’s culinary landscape. 

Inspired by Madrid’s Islamic past, the brand’s latest outpost of Sense, A Rosewood Spa, showcases intuitive and locally-inspired offerings. Dedicated to supporting the betterment of body and mind, Sense comprises of four therapy cabins, one double-sized to provide an ideal environment for couple’s treatments. Guests can also experience an authentic Hammam using traditional Moroccan beauty and bathing rituals by the Paris-based brand Charme D’Orient.


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