Spain is one of the Europe’s top tourist destinations and its famous capital—magnificent Madrid—cannot be missed.
Madrid is Spain’s most populated city and has rich history and a wide array of cultural sites and activities. This city is best experienced by strolling along its vibrant streets, observing its majestic architecture and visiting its wide array of world-renowned museums such as the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofia Contemporary Art Museum.
Admire Cibeles fountain—where Real Madrid fans gather to celebrate their victories—and the famous Puerta de Alcalá—one of the five doors to the old city. Take a well-deserved break at nearby Retiro Park. This green escape is dotted with gardens and a lake, perfect for a relaxing afternoon away from hustling Madrid.
Gran Vía is the tourist center of Madrid, packed with a theater, hotels, concert halls and movie theaters that light up the city at night.
With Madrid’s wide array of dining options, visitors can spend hours hopping between traditional bars and restaurants for delicious Spanish dishes like jamón serrano (cured ham), cocido madrileño (chickpea and thin noodle stew with vegetables, meats, and sausages), tripe, patatas bravas, calamari bocadillo (baguette sandwich) and an endless number of tapas accompanied by an excellent glass of wine or a refreshing beer.
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This hotel is located in the heart of Madrid and within the Triangle of Art, which is home to the capital’s most-visited museums: the Reina Sofía Museum, the Prado Museum, the Caixa Forum Museum and the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum.
This strategically-located hotel is within walking distance from Atocha Station—home to Madrid’s high-speed trains (AVE). It is also close to Huertas street, which is dotted with some of the most renowned tapas bars in the city.
The famous Retiro Park, botanical garden, Puerta del Sol and lively Plaza Mayor are all close by.
This hotel was built in 1995 and has conserved the facade of its original building from the early 20th century.
It is located on Gran Vía in Madrid, near the crossing with Alcalá street, and just a few meters from Plaza Cibeles and Puerta del Sol.
It is also very close to the Prado Museum and Thyssen Gallery so guests can make the most of the city’s cultural sites.
This hotel was built inside an 18th-century palace in the heart of Madrid, near Plaza Santa Ana and the famous Letras neighborhood.
Strategically located just a few steps from the Congress of Deputies and a five-minute walk from one of Europe’s (and the world’s) most important art areas—the Triangle of Art, which is made up of the Prado Museum, the Thyssen Bornemisza Collection and the Reina Sofía Art Museum.
Other sites within walking distance include Puerta del Sol—the city’s lively central square—and Plaza Mayor—Madrid’s enchanting and historic square. The city has been working to develop the nearby Letras neighborhood by pedestrianizing some of its most popular areas, such as the famous Huertas street.
This bustling neighborhood is defined by its charming restaurants, small art galleries and antique shops. Spend the night exploring the area’s many restaurants and bars and enjoy yourself by ordering a wide array of tapas and drinks among a mixed crowd of locals, expats and foreigners.
It is worth mentioning that the area’s cafés are so popular that they have been woven into the city’s history. Try the famous Café del Español or Café Central, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee while listening to jazz artists perform live.
This perfectly-located hotel is within walking distance from the business and tourist center of Madrid and the Triangle of Art, where the capital’s most-visited museums are located.
Atocha street connects this modern hotel with Puerta de Atocha station, home to Madrid’s high-speed trains (AVE). It is also near the famous Retiro Park, botanical garden, Puerta del Sol and lively Plaza Mayor.
Its proximity to renowned Huertas street, lovely Plaza Santa Ana—home to some of the capital’s most renown tapas bars— and the famous “Rastro” flea market, make this hotel the perfect place to stay for travelers that want to make the most of leisure and tourism opportunities in the area.
This hotel is located right in the center of Madrid and is within walking distance from Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, and the Triangle of Art.
In addition, the hotel is located in the Madrid de los Austrias neighborhood—the historic center of the city—which is home to Madrid’s traditional tapas scene and some of its best restaurants.
Do not miss out on exploring this amazing European capital. With its endless cultural sites, unbeatable nightlife and never-ending leisure and dining options, Madrid will sweep you off your feet!
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