Situated in the heart of Madrid, this recently refurbished hotel is a fantastic choice for those looking or the perfect balance between great accommodation and a wide selection of nearby amenities.
The modern facilities at this property include a state-of-the-art gym, sauna, steam room, beauty treatments and even a disco.
To make your stay that little bit more comfortable, there’s also room service, air conditioning, 24-hour concierge and a free daily newspaper. Customer service here is second to none, so if you have any problems or questions during your time in Madrid, you can be sure that the hotel staff will do everything they can to help.
The rooms themselves are chic and stylishly decorated, and benefit from cable TV, high-speed internet access, well-stocked mini bars, a telephone and a safe.
If you need to spend some time catching up with some work from the office, you’ll be pleased to know that all rooms are equipped with a spacious work desk, ideal for staying on top of things while you’re away. There’s also a business centre that’s available for all guests.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Royal Palace is the official residence of the Spanish royal family, though is only used today for state ceremonies. If you’re visiting Madrid at one of these times, it makes a great day out for those with families. Educational yet majestic, it gives an insight into the life of Spanish royals.
Retiro Park is a massive open space in the centre of Madrid, complete with gardens, street theatre performances and much more. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy a little bit of romance, it’s a good place to start.
Thyssen Bornemisza is an art deco museum with a world-class reputation for excellence. It’s one of the most highly regarded museums in Spain, so is well worth a visit if you’re an art lover.
If you’re a music fan, head to the area near the Opera house. Here you’ll find musical instruments of all kinds, shapes and sizes, as well as music stores selling records from all genres.
For eating out
Lua is a typical Spanish restaurant that offers great service and reasonable prices. Make sure that you book a table, as it often gets very busy in the evenings.
Marula Café is a popular nightspot that spins R&B tracks all night long. Wear your dancing shoes and get ready to party with tourists and locals alike.