As it could not be otherwise, in Life Gourmet we provide our services in several unique spaces on the level of our customers. Unique spaces such as Finca La Chopera, Las Alhajas Palace, Santiago Bernabeu, El Espliego Finca or the Teatro Royal, and other madrilenan places approved where your event will be surrounded by a special environment, perfect for every momento or circumstance. Equally, we rely on a vibrant team, attentive and dedicated to find new locations according to customer requests; every event is different and with its own personality.
Since its reopening in 1997, the Teatro Real is considered a lyrical space of reference in Spain, with a prominent international projection. The building, located in the Plaza de Oriente, opposite the Royal Palace, was built by José Manuel González Valcárcel and Francisco Rodríguez de Partearroyo, and is one of the most emblematic monuments of the city.
Las Alhajas Palace
Discover our spaces within the Palace. With a capacity of 500 people in central hall and 300 people in adjoining rooms, it is the ideal space for events.
Las Alhajas Palace, is offered exclusively only for one organized event per da
The Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is a reference for sports, social outings, trade and business. This elite Stadium, active 365 days a year, has a capacity of 75,000 seats, four restaurants and the biggest sports store in the world. An emblematic and modern place which can host any type of event with a special touch.
La Chopera State
Villaviciosa de Odón, just 30 minutes from Madrid, is a magnificent country house surrounded by gardens, being the perfect place to host weddings, private or business celebrations. Events hosted here are truly unforgettable, it is a privileged environment where nature and gastronomy go hand in hand.
El Espliego State (The Lavender Farm)
The surrounding beauty, the architecture and design of the house and the land on which it is built, make the El Espliego in the Saz del Jarama, in a bridal site of reference and the ideal place for corporate events with a different approach, in a bucolic environment
The Principal Hotel Madrid
Located in a small 19th century palace n the luxurious Salamanca neighborhood, it has an exclusive private garden, an oasis of vegetation and tranquility in the heart of Madrid.
Located in a noble building at the beginning of Gran Via, here you may enjoy breathtaking views of the most emblematic buildings of the city from the heights of the large garden terrace.
Madrid Stock Exchange Building
Companies and institutions can make your events in the Parquet, the Hall of the Lost Steps and THE Cotizar Salon, the most emblematic spaces of the Palacio de la Bolsa, and other rooms perfectly equipped to develop any kind of meeting.
This skyscraper, more than 235 meters, 56.250 square meters distributed in 57 plants and a parking lot with more than 1,270 spots, has a unique design, the latest technology, rigorous security and an exceptional level of service. Among them includes the gastronomic offering in its numerous spaces (space 2, space 18, the restaurant 33, catering and room service). An innovative top of the line bet which will make any event spectacular.
Train Station Museum
Located in the heart of the capital, in the old Delicias station, which was opened in 1880 and designed by French engineer Émile Cachelièvre, is one of the most representative examples of the Spanish industrial architecture, a special stage to host cultural corporate of private events. The Museum has four multipurpose spaces: The Central Nave, the Arganzuela Salon, the Mansarda Salon, and Theatre to celebrate, between other activities, institutional events, commercials and film shootings.
Fernán Núñez Palace
The noble part of the Palace, decorated with rugs and tapestries from the Real Fábrica de Santa Bárbara, some based on Goya’s cartoons, Murano and Baccarat glass lamps, and silks, are what it best maintains. Among its spaces are the Ballroom, which reminds visitors of the Hall of Mirrors oin Versailles, the Elizabethan room and formal dining room, as well as the garden, designed by Parisian architects and landscape architects
Real Academia de Bellas
Artes de San Fernando
The Goyeneche Palace is located in a central location very close to the Puerta del Sol, and can accommodate a considerable variety of events, from intimate dinners to large receptions, in an environment surrounded by valuable works of art. The Academy of Fine Arts boasts modern spaces, such as the skylight courtyard, glassed in and ideal for receptions and dinners, and classic stays, as in the Theatre which welcomes corporate and institutional activities.
The Neptune Palace
The Neptune Palace consists of three main rooms, terrace open, hall of welcome and camerino. It offers the possibility to comfortably accommodate up to 600 people, or you can use only one plant for small celebrations for a maximum capacity of 70 people.
Saint Coloma Palace
In the early 1940’s the Italian Government Italian bought the property with plans to convert it into the headquarters of the Italian School of Madrid. The renovation was made by Manuel of Artiñano Luzarraga, who added an additional floor and built a new building in the back of the garden. At the end of the 1970s, the General Consulate of Italy settled there to become, since December 2008, the Consular Chancery of the Italian Embassy. An aristotic environment for events seeking a point of distinction and tranquility in the Centre of Madrid.
The Neptune Palace consists of three main rooms, open terrace, welcoming hall and dressing room. It offers the possibility to accommodate up to 600 people comfortably, or use only one floor for small celebrations for a maximum capacity of 70 people.
Madrid Fairgrounds and Exposition Center
At the beginning of 1940 the Italian Government purchased the property, with the purpose of turning it into the headquarters of the Italian School of Madrid. Construction was led by Manuel de Artiñano Luzárraga, who raised the building by one floor and built a new building in the back of the garden. At the end of the 1970s, the Consulate General of Italy settled there to become the Consular Office of the Italian Embassy. An aristocratic atmosphere for events that seek a point of distinction and tranquility in the center of Madrid.