This hotel near Barajas Airport is tucked away in a quiet area conveniently located to the IFEMA Fairground. Perfect for business travellers with airport transfers available to the airport, it is also a wonderful place for holiday makers wanting to explore what Madrid has to offer.
Business Travellers will benefit from the photocopy and secretarial services available at the hotel for their convenience and enabling them to get any work done or completed with ease.
All hotel guests will enjoy the facilities and services available at this quiet hotel from the room service and concierge service to the airport transfers and valet parking. The hotel also boasts some quiet gardens, a gift shop, hair salon, shoe shining service and a laundry service. There is an outdoor pool which is available during the summer season.
Each of the rooms benefits from air conditioning and they are all en-suite. There is a television, telephone with voicemail, modem connection, mini-bar and safe in each of the rooms.
Around the Area
This conveniently situated hotel is perfect for visiting all the major sites in Madrid. The Centrino de Art Reina Sofia is not too far away and is home to a superior collection of Spanish art dating back to the twentieth century. It is here you will find artworks by Picasso. You can wander through the free access library, which is home to over one hundred thousand books dedicated to art.
Plaza Mayor is a major tourist attraction and is a beautiful plaza in the city centre. The square is surrounded by beautiful buildings and outdoor tables and chairs line the cobblestoned floors. There are nine entrances to the Plaza, which has seen its share of games, bull fights and markets in its day, but now it’s a wonderful place to gaze at the amazing architecture and enjoy a cup of coffee while visiting the area.
Parque de Buen Retiro is one of the largest parks in Spain. The magnificently landscaped gardens are home to ponds, rose gardens, art galleries, statues and marble monuments. Whether you want to soak up some history or just enjoy a leisurely walk away from the bustle of the city, this park has it all.
The Royal Palace cannot be left off any sightseeing list when visiting Madrid, it is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family, though they only use it for formal events, which means it is open to the public. The exterior is adorned with beautiful statues of Kings and Saints and the gardens are manicured to perfection, while the interior remains remarkable.