Villa Magna Hotel Provides VIP Access to the Prado

Madrid’s Villa Magna is offering VIP access to the city’s famed Prado Museum, along with expert art guides, and insight into Spain’s rich art history. Priced from $14,560 a night, the Prado package places guests in Villa Magna’s 1,500-square-foot Royal Suite, which is well stocked with bottles of Spanish cava and, from its perch on the ninth floor, affords sweeping views of Madrid’s skyline from its large private terrace. Throughout their stay, guests will have VIP access to the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid’s premier pre-20th-century art museum, with works on display from influential Spanish artists such as El Greco, Goya, and Velázquez, among others. The package includes chauffeured rides to the museum in a Morgan 4-Seater and personal guided tours conducted by local art historians. Crowning the experience, participants will be treated to dinner in a private exhibition room at the museum where they will dine on a meal conceived by Villa Magna head chef Manuel Gutierrez while surrounded by fine art and live music. For those wishing to see all that the Golden Triangle of Art has to offer, the hotel’s concierge can arrange additional or replacement trips to the Thyssen-Bornemisza and the Museo Reina Sofía. (+34.915.871.234, www.villamagna.es)

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