Several luxury hotels in Madrid are delaying their openings due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus. In this way, the Canadian luxury chain Four Seasons had planned to open its first hotel in Spain in Madrid’s Centro Canalejas on 15 May, but the new date for the inauguration will be 1 September, if the Covid-19 pandemic allows it, according to Cinco Días.
This five-star establishment has 200 rooms and is located within the Canalejas complex. It is owned by OHL (50%) and Mohari (50%), a company owned by Mark Scheinberg, the founder of Poker Stars. The Four Seasons website only allows reservations from 1 September, with prices starting at €750 and rising to €2,025 in the case of a suite.