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About hotel
Conference halls:
  • 13
  • 1910
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Plaza de Isabel II, s/n. 28013 Madrid, Spain

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https://www.teatroreal.es
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Hotel description

Precedents. The origins of the current location of the Teatro Real go back to 1738, under the reign of King Philip V, when the Real Teatro de los Caños del Peral was inaugurated with the staging of the opera Demetrio, composed by Johann Adolph Hasse with a libretto by Pietro Metastasio.

A noted event in the theatre's history, this Teatro hosted in 1814 the gathering of the Cortes Constituyentes (Parliament) of Cádiz, after their move to Madrid from San Fernando de Cádiz until their relocation to the Doña María de Aragón monastery, current seat of the Spanish Senate. Orígenes del Teatro RealOrigins of the Teatro Real

En 1817, King Fernando VII orders, through a Royal Decree, the remodelling of the Plaza de Oriente and the design and construction of an opera house on the same building spot that had been used by the Real Teatro de los Caños del Peral until the previous year. The first stone was laid in April 1818.

The initial design and construction work of the Teatro Real were lead by architect Antonio López Aguado, with long stops and periods of neglect, caused by the lack of funding and the death of the archited (later replaced by Custodio Teodoro Moreno). The works were very only completed in 1850, 33 years after their start.

On 19 November of that year, after an expenditure of 42 million reales, the theatre was opened with a performance of La favorita, by Donizatti . During the next seventy-five years, the Real became a major European theatre, where the best voices of the moment came to perform: the tenors Julián Gayarre, Giovanni Mario and Enrico Tamberlick, the soprano Rosina Penco and the famous diva Adelina Patti.

Historia del TeatroAfter the revolution of 1868 and the exile of Queen Isabel II, the theatre was renamed as the Teatro Nacional de la Ópera . There are several interesting anecdotes from this period: Parsifal was performed uncut, but with each performer singing in their own language, while La Walkiria was performed translated into Spanish.

In October 1925, a collapse caused the temporary closure of the theatre , and the start of reconstruction works that would extend indefinitely without the Teatro Real being reopened. The Civil War meant that construction work could not be continued, and a powder magazine even exploded inside the building, further complicated building works in the post-war period.

Orígenes del Teatro RealEn 1966, after forty years of clouse, the Teatro Real reopened as a concert hall as the venue for the Spanish National Orchestra. This period lasted until the eighties, when the decision was made to turn the building into an opera.

Estoration work began in 1991, first under the direction of architect José Manuel González Valcárcel and then continued after his death by Francisco Rodriguez Partearroyo, who finished the building in 1997. The Fundación del Teatro Lírico was established at the same time, to carry out artistic projects manage the theatre. In addition, on 30 July, 1993, the Ministry of Culture declared the building to be cultural interest, designating it as a monument.


The Reopening. Finally, the Teatro Real reopened as an opera house on 11 October 1997 with a performance of the ballet El sombrero de tres picos an the opera La vida breve, both by Manuel de Falla. One week later, the first début performance was shown: Divinas palabras, by Antón García Abril.

Since then, the Teatro Real has welcome worldwide opera débuts : Don Quijote, by Cristóbal Halffter (2000), La Señorita Cristina, by Luis de Pablo (2001), Dulcinea, by Mauricio Sotelo (2006), El viaje a Simorgh, by José Mª Sánchez Verdú (2007), Faust-Bal, by Leonardo Balada (2009), La página en blanco, by Pilar Jurado (2011), Poppea e Nerone , by Monteverdi-Boesmans (2012), The Perfect American, by Philip Glass (2013), Brokeback Mountain , by Charles Wuorinen (2014), El Público, by Mauricio Sotelo (2015), La ciudad de las mentiras, by Elena Mendoza (2017) y El Pintor, by Juan José Colomer (2018).

As for dance, the Teatro Real has also shown world débuts of over twenty different shows choreographed from 1997 to the present days , including the following La Celestina, by Carmelo Bernaola (1997-98), C(h)oeurs, by Marc Piollet and Alain Platel, (2011-2012), Lo real, by Israel Galván (2012-13) and a doezn different shows by the Spanish National Dance Company at the Teatro Real (Royal Theatre), such as Falling Angels (2003-04), by Steve Reichm, Herrumbe (2004-05), by Pedro Alcalde and Ofrenda de sombras (1999-00), by Nacho Duato.

Conference halls

  • 13
  • 1910
The Main Auditorium

The Main Auditorium

Square: 2195 м²

The Ballroom

The Ballroom

Square: 500 м²

Hall capacity: 380

Cafe De Palacio

Cafe De Palacio

Square: 400 м²

Hall capacity: 300

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All conference rooms of the hotel

Hall name Square Ceiling height Theater Classroom Board room U-style Cocktail Banquet Buffet
The Main Auditorium 2195м² 1670 940 810 590 1540 1160 660
The Ballroom 500м² 6.00м 380 220 190 140 350 270 150
Cafe De Palacio 400м² 12.00м 300 170 150 110 280 210 120
The Orchestra Room 300м² 12.00м 230 130 110 80 210 160 90
Gayarre Hall 270м² 3.00м 210 120 100 70 190 140 80
The Foyer 220м² 15.00м 170 90 80 60 150 120 70
Falla Room 130м² 12.00м 100 60 50 40 90 70 40
Main Features 130м² 6.00м 100 60 50 40 90 70 40
Arrieta Room 130м² 6.00м 100 60 50 40 90 70 40
Arrieta Room 130м² 6.00м 100 60 50 40 90 70 40
Felipe V Room 130м² 6.00м 100 60 50 40 90 70 40
Carlos III Room 130м² 6.00м 100 60 50 40 90 70 40
Isabel II Room 32м² 2.65м 20 10 10 10 20 20 10