An elegant hotel offering spacious rooms and all the comforts you would expect when visiting Madrid. Conveniently located to the city centre and major attractions including art galleries and museums.
Each room enjoys the benefits of room service and their own en-suite bathroom. There is internet available in the rooms along with a safe, telephone and mini-bar. Take advantage of the luxurious bathrobe available in the room along with the complementary toiletries, there are connecting rooms available upon request.
This is the perfect choice whether travelling for business or pleasure as it’s also conveniently located close to the airport.
The Local Area
From your hotel you can get to the major attractions such as the magnificent Royal Palace, the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. While they don’t actually reside at the palace, it is used for special events and functions. The exterior is alive with statues of saints and kings and the interior is beautiful, be sure to have a look at the manicured gardens before you leave.
Plaza Mayor is a major tourist attraction and an important piece of Madrid’s history. This square has seen games, bull fights and markets. Today it stands proud surrounded by beautiful buildings, cobblestoned square and tables dotted around where you can sit and relax and enjoy the beauty of the area.
Centre de Art Reina Sofia is an art museum with a collection of Spanish art from the twentieth century. Here you will find beautiful paintings by Picasso. Stop in at the library where you will find over one hundred thousand books about art.
Head to Parque de Buen Retiro, one of the largest parks in Spain with ponds, rose gardens, statues, monuments and art galleries. The marble statues sit in landscaped gardens. A beautiful tranquil area away from the bustle of the city centre where you can enjoy a leisurely walk and soak up the picturesque scenery.
If you love art then be sure to stop in at the Prado Museum. The main Spanish national art museum with the finest European art collection in the world. This museum is home to 7,600 paintings, there are also 1,000 sculptures for you to see, 4,800 prints and 8,200 drawings including work by some of Spain’s finest artists including Francisco de Goya and Velazquez.
This is only a small percentage of what Madrid has to offer, there is also shopping, exquisite restaurants and a selection of attractions that shouldn’t be missed when visiting this beautiful city.