Secret Hotel customers can take advantage of exclusive deals on this stylish and comfortable 3* Top Secret Hotel nestled in the heart of downtown Madrid. Each of the hotel’s spacious and beautifully finished double en-suite guest rooms features a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, cosy living area, complimentary luxury toiletries, whirlpool bath, free Wi-Fi internet and a fully stocked minibar, amongst other excellent amenities. With maximum comfort and convenience in mind, the hotel also offers its guests a 24 hour concierge, car rental desk, valet laundry, underground secure parking and VIP services. The hotel’s acclaimed fine-dining restaurant is open each evening and those in the capital on business can utilise the onsite business and convention centre with its numerous fully equipped meeting and exhibition rooms. Don’t miss these great rates close to Castellana street!
Located conveniently just off one of Madrid’s major avenues, the Paseo de la Castellana, this Top Secret Hotel is ideally positioned for its guests to explore the city’s main historic landmarks and tourist attractions. The Paseo is one of the capital’s longest and widest avenues and is home to a refreshing juxtaposition of ornate early 20th century architecture as well as futuristic, contemporary skyscrapers and office blocks. One of the avenue’s most striking features is the Gate of Europe, a pair of twin towers acting as a portal to Madrid’s business district and a popular tourist hotspot.
Guests are also treated to excellent transport links courtesy of the hotel’s close proximity to the city’s main Atocha Rail Station just 3 km away. With regular intercity, regional and high speed services connecting passengers to downtown Madrid as well as to surrounding cities in the region such as Valladolid, Zaragoza, Valencia and Guadalajara, hotel guests are perfectly positioned for public transport services in and around the city. Madrid’s main Barajas International airport is also just northeast of the Salamanca district and easily accessible via motorway or rail.
A stone’s throw from the Atocha Station is the famous ‘Golden Triangle’ of art museums and arguably it’s most famous institution, the Reina Sofia Museum. Mainly dedicated to the finest in Spanish art, the museum is home to iconic works by famous artists such as Picasso (including Guernica), Dali and Juan Gris. The Reina Sofia attracts millions of art lovers each year and is one of the capital’s most popular tourist attractions. Also considered as part of Madrid’s elite art establishments are the nearby Prado Museum and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, which celebrate pre-20th century art and contemporary art respectively.