In the heart of Madrid’s historic centre, and a stone’s throw from the famous and lively tourist hot spot Puerta de Sol, the city’s most spectacular project is taking shape. Centro Canalejas Madrid is destined to become a true landmark of Spain’s capital city.
This impressive and challenging project, developed by Grupo Villar Mir and OHL Desarrollos, will house three exclusive spaces following an iconic transformation of seven historic buildings into one address, whilst preserving its historical and architectural value. The property will occupy 46,000 square metres, and will be home to the first Four Seasons Hotel in Spain, boasting 200 rooms with spectacular views; 22 luxury residences serviced by the hotel and La Galería de Canalejas; a 15,000 square metre, first-class shopping gallery with 50 fashion boutiques and a gourmet zone offering high-quality Spanish cuisine.
The perfect setting for Spain’s first Four Seasons hotel, Private Residences and a world-class fashion gallery
The interior of Centro Canalejas Madrid will meet the high expectations that a project of this class demands. With that in mind, the spaces have been designed to blend in seamlessly with the impressive façade and new interior structure.
Thanks to its contemporary classic style and the use of the highest quality materials and finishes including stone, wood and metal, the final result will give the building a distinguished and individual character. The re-integration of many of the original decorative elements that have been lovingly restored will ensure that the building respectfully maintains its original historic heritage and splendour.
The exclusivity, the attention to each and every detail, the majestic architecture, the building’s unique character and privileged location in the heart of Madrid’s touristic, commercial and cultural centre will make Centro Canalejas Madrid the city’s new, luxury destination. Opening its doors in the first quarter of 2019, this is a project that will make history.
More information: ESPECIAL MIPIM 2017
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