At Villa-Rosa you can purchase only the entry that includes a drink and enjoy the flamenco show while having a glass of wine or choose one of their dinner menus show



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Plaza de Santa Ana, 15.

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  • Enjoy a incredible show declared Intangible Heritage of Humanity
  • Opened in 1911, the tablao Villa-Rosa is the most emblematic of Madrid
  • Taste one of its varied and impressive menu while enjoying the art of flamenco


Tablao Villa Rosa is one of Madrid's oldest flamenco venues, founded as a tablao in the spring of 1911. Located in the center of Madrid in the Plaza Santa Ana, only a few minutes away from the Puerta del Sol.

The fame of Villa Rosa in Madrid reached as far as the monarchy, and was regularly visited by King Alfonso XIII, often accompanied by an entourage of well known statesmen and important businessmen.

Villa-Rosa offer various options to enjoy Mediterranean cuisine in a spectacular place, declared a Historic Artistic Patrimony for its impressive mosaic decoration of the early nineteenth century and representations of Spanish monuments.

In an environment that takes us to the Alhambra in Granada, you can sample any of our special menus or selected dishes from our extensive menu, accompanied by wines , sangria, beer and spirits selected to complete the experience.


1) Flamenco Show & Drink. 35 euros per person.

  1. Includes a drink to choose between double beer, soda, mineral water, glass of wine, sangria, mojito or combined (premium drinks surcharge of 5 euros).

2) Gran Chacón Menu. 78 euros per person.

  1. Starters: Varied of Iberian Coldmeat, shrimp with garlic and grilled vegetables.
  2. Main course: Beef Tenderloin in bed of baked potatoes.
  3. Bread, one drink per person, coffee and shot of liquor.

3) Tasting Menu (minimum 2 persons). 68 euros per person.

  1. Varied of Iberian Coldmeat DO Bellota.
  2. Tasting of homemade Iberian Ham Croquettes and spinach with nuts.
  3. Spanish omelette accompanied with Padrón peppers and pan tumaca.
  4. Paella. 
  5. Bread, one drink per person, coffee and shot of liquor.

4) Jaleo Menu. 65 euros per person.

  1. Villa-Rosa salad (with crispy chicken and goat cheese).
  2. Ox entrecôte with baked potatoes or cod tempura with romesco sauce.
  3. Bread, one drink per person, coffee and shot of liquor.


• You need to book at least 2 hours in advance.

Dinner: You must to be one hour before starts the show.

• Show & Drink: We recomend to be 20 minutes before starts the show.


• Handicapped Facilities: Venue: accessible; Bathrooms: not accessible.

• Public Transport: City Bus (Lines M1 and 3); Metro (Sol).

• The entire venue is non-smoking.

Order inscription Name Surname Date Start time End Time Reserved places
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  • E Evelin C (India) This is an intimate and first class Flamenco show. I felt the dancers, singers, and musicians were outstanding, and it was the best Flamenco I have seen (of the three I have seen in my life). The show lasts about one hour. The dancers exhibited great passion for their individual performances. Not a big venue, and only one or two dancers perform at a time. The tables are close to the stage so you can see their facial and hand expressions as they dance. I would definitely go back.
  • P Paula P (Italy) Great flamenco show, and cheaper than some of the other venues I looked at. The dancing was absolutely incredible though! The venue is not that big, so you get a good view of the dancers no matter where you sit. We sat at the very front row, so we could see everything, and the dancing was absolutely insane! The performers (the dancers and the musicians) were all incredibly talented, and I was especially blown away by the technique of the guitarists. Would definitely recommend checking out a show if you are in Madrid, there is just so much energy in the dancing and in the dancers' facial expressions, really an experience unlike any other!
  • B Britt P (Ireland) Villa Rosa offers a terrific hour of flamenco in a beautiful room with strong drinks and good food. However, I had to wait a little the performers were outstanding and totally worth seeing. My recommendation is to go for the first evening show/drink combo and then grab dinner.
  • M Mikel A (Canada) The dancing is so exotic and beautiful I was in almost a trance like state of awe. The staff was very attentive, from the friendly host who got us our tickets squared away for the late show to the multiple waiters who made sure we had plenty of wine to drink.
  • W Wanda T (United States) Service was good, and the atmosphere pleasant. The show was incredible. They offer two shows per night, one at 9 and one at 11. If you want dinner, drinks and a show, be there one hour early, enjoy some food and drinks, found myself constantly mesmerized by the rapid and emphatic footwork, forceful movements, and emotional singing.
  • T Thomas S. (United States) This is not my first flamenco show but I have to say that it's my favorite. Very good show, exceeded my expectations. I wish I had a better seat but these kind of shows call for that kind of disappointment. The dancers danced their butts off for a little over an hour. They were fantastic!! The singer was just amazing and the guitar player, wow! Lots of energy from all the performers, kept the crowd engaged and excited. The place felt very authentically Andalusian in decoration.