Villa Rosa

Flamenco Bar / Spanish Restaurant
Villa Rosa Villa Rosa, an elegant yet hopping flamenco club on a corner of Plaza de Santa Ana, offers a break from the modern, ultra-flashy nightclubs of Madrid. Madrid Spain 40.4149742 -3.7013946
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Villa Rosa - Flamenco Bar | Spanish Restaurant in Madrid.
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Party Earth Review Villa Rosa, an elegant yet hopping flamenco club on a corner of Plaza de Santa Ana, offers a break from the modern, ultra-flashy nightclubs of Madrid. A massive chocolate- and vanilla-hued mural of a bygone era graces... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–Sa 11pm–5am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Villa Rosa Review

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Villa Rosa, an elegant yet hopping flamenco club on a corner of Plaza de Santa Ana, offers a break from the modern, ultra-flashy nightclubs of Madrid.

Villa Rosa, an elegant yet hopping flamenco club on a corner of Plaza de Santa Ana, offers a break from the modern, ultra-flashy nightclubs of Madrid.

A massive chocolate- and vanilla-hued mural of a bygone era graces the façade of the building and hints at the nostalgic interior to come as patrons step into a warmly lit foyer decorated with drawn, rust-colored drapes and a little antique sofa upholstered in crimson velvet.

But no one goes to here to sit and admire the furnishings, as evidenced by the expansive dance floor and elevated stage located just past a series of engraved Moorish arches. There, the 19th-century lighting fixtures and beautiful tiled walls depicting street scenes of old Madrid combine with spinning lights and disco balls to create a delightful mix of traditional and modern.

The overall result is a congenial and welcoming atmosphere that attracts a young international clientele that gathers to dance all night or just watch the stunning flamenco performances that usually take place earlier in the evening.

Villa Rosa only gets more packed and frenetic once the pros leave the stage and happy revelers crowd the bar or congregate outside for a breath of air.

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Tip from Emma:

You might want to come to Villa Rosa with more than a few friends. Although the crowd here is friendly, they tend to stick with their own groups.

  • Crowd

    An international mix of locals, expats, and travelers, 18 to 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Live flamenco most nights, often performing until midnight. Spanish and American pop, house, and hip-hop afterwards. Check venue website for latest flamenco schedule.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Solid menu of Spanish-styled meats, shrimp dishes, and paella.

  • Prices

    Cover charge €7/F–Sa, includes one drink. Menu €8+. Beer €4, mixed drinks €7.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Weekend nights when the weather is warm and the crowd gathers in Plaza de Santa Ana.

Villa Rosa User Reviews

Average rating:
If you can't go to Sevilla, go to Villa Rosa
Jody P. Dec 11, 2012
Sevilla is really the place to go to see flamenco. Some of the best flamenco bars are there and flamenco dancers are from there. But if you are not going to be able to get there during your trip to Spain and you want to experience flamenco, Villa Rosa puts on a pretty good, traditional show. The building is beautiful and historic so you will just love walking inside. I have only seen one show there, but it was really good. The dancers were all pretty amazing. I would check it out if you get a chance.
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