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A Guide to Private Dining in Madrid

There is a lot of good reasons to go to Madrid. One we can all agree on is for the food. To that end, we’ve made a little guide to private dining in Madrid for your pleasure. We hope you enjoy it, and if you are curious about anything else, just ask one of our local experts.

The Venues  

As it stands, we have 37 venues and counting, with some starting at just €35 per hour, with some boasting capacities of up to 450 guests!

There’s a dazzling range of styles in this city. For any kind of private dining event, you’re planning in Madrid; we’re willing to bet we can find you the perfect venue.

From rustic barns to elegant boardrooms, there’s a style for everyone. What’s more, we have intimate private dining rooms and vibrant restaurants if you want something a bit louder.

Being in the south of Europe, you’ll see that Madrid specialises in open rooftop venues and heart-warming terraces, just as the locals like it. For a taste of what we’re on about, you should check out the best of our amazing venues in Madrid for outdoor events.

The Best Areas in Madrid for Private Dining 

Tetuan is a multicultural area with a vibrant nightlife scene. You’ll find that private dining rooms here are rustic, homely, and refined.

Chamartin is a healthy mix of upmarket residential and business. Private dining rooms here are contemporary, refined, and stylish.

And in the glamorous area of Salamanca, you’ll find wide boulevards, food markets, and museums. The private dining rooms here range from contemporary art centres to luxurious private homes.

What to Expect from Cuisine in Madrid

Spain is famous for its cuisine. The tapas, the paella, and the morcilla sausage, for starters (figuratively speaking). Each region has its own distinct voice. In her capital, all these voices come together. That means for your private dining event in Madrid, you have the whole gastronomic map of Spain to choose from.

You’ll get classic Spanish snack food like patatas bravas and churros, of course. It’s sage to say we all know and love them dearly.

But don’t stop there. Be sure to indulge in more local specialities like Cocido madrileño, a beef and vegetable stew. Or for the braver palate, Callos a la madrileña. A concoction of chorizo, blood sausage, and the hoof and snout of a cow. The snack of choice for the locals is a calamari sandwich. These glorious deep fried snacks came on to the scene in the ‘50s. The story goes that thanks to the new railways and the arrival of immigrants, the abundance of fresh fish and recently arrived skills led to this Madrid delight. The perfect place to eat them is just off Plaza Mayor. La Campana is a highlight you’d be sorry to miss.

And don’t forget, you’re in Spain after all. The country where you get free tapas when order a drink in bar. It won’t replace your evening meal, but it’s certainly appreciated! For each round you order, the bar staff will dutifully place a small plate of snacks by you. It never gets old.  

How to Get There 

  • Public Transport
    • Buses: 11, 66, 124, 147, 149, 27.
    • Metro: M1, M10, M9.
    • Train: C1, C10, C2, C3, C4A, C4B, C7.
  • Secure Parking Garages in Tetuan
    • Parking Público Presidente Carmona – Av. del General Perón 21.
    • Public parking Supercor Bravo Murillo – Calle de Los Molinos 24.
  • Public Transport
    • Buses: 11, 16, 147, 27, 29, 40, 51.
    • Metro: M8, M9, M10.
    • Train: C1, C2, C10, C3, C4A, C4B, C7.
  • Secure Parking Garages in Tetuan
    • North Central Parking – Calle Agustín de Foxá 27.
    • Parking Mundial – Av. de Alberto Alcocer 11.
  • Public Transport
    • Buses: 2, 6, 10.
    • Metro: 2, 4, 5, 9.
  • Secure Parking Garages in Salamanca
    • Interparking Velázquez Juan Bravo –  Calle de Velázquez 86-94.
    • Parking Público – Calle de Velázquez 24.

Where to Stay 

When you can’t possibly eat another bite, you’ll want somewhere comfy to sleep it off. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to the best luxury hotels in Madrid. We can guarantee you two things, firstly, the best hotels in Madrid are in the centre, and secondly, they all have remarkable rooftop terraces.

FAQ for Event Venues in Madrid

A meeting room in Madrid can cost between €30 - €70 per hour. This price may not include extras such as technical equipment, catering and an onsite manager. Expect to pay a premium on top of the meeting room hire for additional requests.

This depends on the meeting venue's internal policies. Generally speaking, the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. However, it's quite common that last-minute bookings (less than 48h before) are non-refundable

Meeting Spaces typically provide strong WiFi, seating arrangements, a projector or screen (for larger meeting rooms), a whiteboard, and basic office supplies such as pens, paper and whiteboard markers. Coffee, tea and small snacks are also usually provided (check listing specifications for more details). Align with your location expert for additional special equipment like microphones, translation booths, etc. They can give you suggestions for reputable suppliers in the area. In general, it's safer to request any essential supplies or equipment in advance.

Meetings rooms in Madrid typically come with basic office supplies as part of your booking fee. It’s best to check in advance, though. For any supplies that the venue doesn’t supply, then we recommend La Riva Special Papers for meetings in Malasana(Plaza de San Ildefonso 4), Campo Marzio (Calle del General Díaz Porlier 15) and CARLIN (Calle de Castelló 38) for meetings in Salamanca and Retiro.

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