Just a few metres from Chamartin Station in central Madrid, this 4* Top Secret Hotel is perfectly positioned for a premium city break or business trip to the Spanish capital. Secret Hotels customers can obtain unbelievable discounts on this hotel’s spacious and finely furnished double en-suite guest rooms which all boast climate control, free high speed Wi-Fi internet, complimentary luxury toiletries, a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, radio, minibar and a safe for valuables. The hotel’s well regarded restaurant specialises in both typical Spanish cuisine and international dishes whilst the adjacent hotel bar features an extensive cocktail and bar snack menu. Executive guests on business in Madrid are free to use the hotel’s onsite business centre which comprises of modern conference venues, meeting rooms, board rooms and a banqueting centre.
A stone’s throw from this secret offer near Plaza Castilla is the second largest rail terminus in the city, Chamartin Station. Connecting both intercity trains and high speed lines to the surrounding cities of Valladolid, Segovia and even the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, hotel guests can navigate the city and country with ease.
Other landmarks in the nearby Chamartin area include the vast Santiago Bernabeu stadium, home to footballing royalty Real Madrid FC. With a seating capacity of over 80,000 making it the third largest stadium in Europe, the stadium is a popular tourist attraction for both football fanatics and tourists. Served by its own metro station and several dedicated bus routes, getting to the Bernabeu to catch a game could not be easier.
Hotel guests can venture down the Passeo de la Castellana on foot or take the metro from Chamartin to downtown Madrid, close to most of the city’s most iconic landmarks and tourist attractions. Shopaholics are sure to enjoy the premier shopping street of the Gran Via, with its luxury boutiques and magnificent early 20th century architecture. Dubbed as the ‘Spanish Broadway’ and the ‘Street that Never Sleeps’, the Gran Via is also renowned for its numerous stylish wine bars, upmarket tapas restaurants and lively nightclubs.
Lying at the end of the Gran Via is one of Madrid’s most popular historic landmarks, the Palacio Real de Madrid. As the official royal residence of the Spanish monarchy, the palace is celebrated for its stunningly intricate Baroque facades and imposing presence on the Calle Bailén. Several of the palace’s ornate state apartments are open to the public for an admission fee, as well as the palace’s sprawling gardens and grounds.