Centrally located in the heart of Madrid’s old town, this recently renovated 4* Top Secret Hotel offers unrivalled hospitality and is just a stone’s throw from the capital’s major historic landmarks and tourist attractions. Each of the hotel’s spacious, stylishly furnished double en-suite guest rooms features a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, free Wi-Fi internet, complimentary luxury toiletries, fully-stocked minibar and whirlpool bar, amongst other excellent amenities. Onsite hotel facilities include a 24 hour concierge, dry cleaning services, VIP services, night porter and an outdoor terrace. Those after total rest and relaxation will enjoy the hotel’s health club and spa with indoor pool and solarium, whilst those in Madrid on business can take advantage of the numerous fully-equipped onsite conference and meeting rooms.
Hotel guests, at this charming boutique hotel in the heart of the city, can navigate the Spanish capital with ease owing to this Top Secret Hotel’s close proximity to Callao metro station. Connecting the entire city, the metro is the fastest and cheapest way to get around. This hotel is also ideally positioned for getting to the city’s main Atocha Railway station, the largest station in Madrid. With regular intercity, regional and high speed trains to the surrounding cities of Barcelona, Zaragoza, Seville and Valencia, the station is ideal for taking a day trip to other regions of Spain. Guests flying to or from Barajas International Airport can also go via Atocha for a stress-free airport transfer.
Just a few minutes’ walk from Atocha is the famed ‘Golden Triangle’ of art museums, regarded as the home of the some of the finest art institutions in the world. Arguably the most famous of these is the Reina Sofia museum which celebrates mostly 20th century Spanish art by icons such as Picasso and Dali. Most notably home to the masterpiece Guernica, the museum attracts millions of tourists each year and is one of Madrid’s premier cultural attractions. The other two museums making up the ‘Triangle’ are the nearby Prado Museum and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum which display pre-20th century art and contemporary art as part of their vast exhibitions.
This hotel is also perfectly positioned for guests to explore one of Madrid’s most famous streets, the Gran Via. Also known as the ‘Spanish Broadway’ and the ‘street that never sleeps’, the Gran Via is an upmarket shopping street lined with impressive architecture and upscale luxury boutiques perfect for shopaholics. The Gran Via also spans the Plaza del Callao, once the heart of cinematic Madrid and home to several impressive Art Deco style theatres.