Nestled in Madrid’s most sought after Centro district is this impressive 4* Top Secret Hotel close to most of the Spanish capital’s finest landmarks and tourist attractions. Each of this hotel’s traditionally decorated, spacious double en-suite guest rooms features a plasma TV with cable channels, complimentary luxury toiletries, free high speed Wi-Fi internet, climate control, comfortable living area, minibar and a safe for valuables. Serving a daily buffet breakfast from its highly regarded fine dining restaurant and cocktails from the adjacent lobby bar, the hotel makes sure to cater to its guests’ individual needs. Those in the city on business can take advantage of the hotel’s established business centre which comprises of numerous fully-equipped conference and meeting rooms. For an incredible time in Madrid, book this exclusive offer in this centrally located hotel!
This superb centrally located Top Secret Hotel is perfectly positioned for Madrid’s main public transport terminals, meaning that guests can navigate the city and the surrounding area with ease. With the Callao metro station just 5 minutes’ walk away and the Atocha rail station 15 minutes away on foot, guests needn’t worry about pricey cab fares or lengthy walks across the city. As the largest station in Madrid, the Atocha also connects high speed cross-country trains to nearby Guadalajara, Valladolid and Toledo.
Just a short walk from the hotel through the Centro district is one of the city’s most famous public squares, the Plaza España. Dedicated to the Spanish playwright Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and built during the 20’s, the square is today lined by two of Madrid’s most prominent skyscrapers, the Torre de Madrid and the Edificio España.
From the Plaza España another one of Madrid’s most iconic sights can be easily reached, the Palacio Real de Madrid. As the official residence of the Spanish royal family and one of the most breath-taking examples of Baroque architecture in Europe, the palace attracts millions of tourists each year. A selection of lavish state apartments are open to the public throughout the year as well as the palace’s surrounding gardens, including the popular Campo del Moro and Sabatini Gardens.
Those wanting to escape the city and enjoy the great outdoors can head to the nearby Casa de Campo park located just to the west of the capital. Historically used as a hunting estate by the royal family, the park today is a huge 1,700 hectares of green parkland, idyllic lakes and untouched woodland. Ideal for a family day out, the park is also home to Madrid’s most popular adventure park and the city zoo.