The Chamberi district is one of Madrid’s most sought after, central postcodes and this exceptional 4* Top Secret Hotel is in the heart of it all. This popular hotel features spacious and beautifully finished double en-suite guest rooms all available with a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, free high speed Wi-Fi, climate control, minibar, study area, whirlpool bath and daily housekeeping as standard. Guests can choose from the onsite fine dining restaurant specialising in international gourmet cuisine or the less formal café which focuses on authentic Spanish tapas and light lunches. Those in the Spanish capital on business can make use of the established business centre with several banqueting and exhibition rooms whilst holidaymakers may enjoy the indoor pool, fitness suite, solarium and spa. Other excellent onsite facilities include a gift shop, tour desk, car rental desk, currency exchange, supermarket and airport shuttle service. Book this secret hotel and you’ll get good value for money in a city center hotel!
Located just northwest of Madrid’s historic city centre, this Top Secret hotel guarantees its guests easy access to the Spanish capital’s most revered cultural landmarks and tourist attractions. A few minutes’ walk south through the Chamberi district is arguably one of Madrid’s most popular sights, the Palacio Real de Madrid. As the official home of the Spanish royal family, the palace draws in millions of tourists each year hoping to take a tour of a selection of the palace’s ornate state apartments. In addition to its breathtakingly intricate facades, the palace boasts numerous picturesque gardens, the most spectacular of which are the Campo del Moro and Sabatini Gardens.
A stone’s throw from the Royal Palace and just a brief walk from the hotel is the Gran Via, one of the most iconic avenues in Madrid. Famous for its opulent 20th century architecture and plentiful fashion boutiques and upmarket department stores, the street is extremely popular with tourists and shopaholics. Dubbed as the ‘Spanish Broadway’, the street has significant importance as the capital’s cinematic heart and features numerous Art Deco theatres and cinemas still in operation today.
Hotel guests after a break from the buzz of the city can indulge in a day of peace and quiet in the nearby Casa de Campo park. Spanning a huge 1,700 hectares of open parkland, lakes and woodland, the park is the perfect place in which to enjoy the great outdoors during the warmer summer months. Formerly a royal hunting estate owned by the Spanish monarchy, the park today is now home to an amusement park (Parque de Atracciones de Madrid) and the Madrid Zoo.