Ideally located close to Barajas Airport and Chamartin Train Station, this Top Secret Hotel offers guests excellent service and spacious bedrooms.
The property has a 24-hour reception desk, where guests can access a number of excellent facilities and services to make your stay as hassle-free as possible. The friendly staff can arrange rental cars and theatre reservations for guests, and the staff can also arrange laundry and dry-cleaning services and currency exchange for our convenience. Parking is available for those with their own vehicle, and the property also provides free Internet access in the lobby area. For your leisure there is a bar in the lobby serving a range of drinks and snacks, and the hotel restaurant has a fantastic array of dishes for guests to choose from.
Rooms provide guests with a range of modern comforts and facilities, including a superb cable television, high-speed Internet access free of charge, and a mini-bar with a range of drinks and snacks for guests to enjoy. Guests can also access the Internet via their television, and pay-per-view movies can also be purchased for your entertainment. Each bedroom also includes a luxurious en-suite bathroom, complete with complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer, and there are ironing facilities available for guests. For your security each bedroom is equipped with a safety deposit box, and windows are fitted with double-glazing. Don’t miss this amazing offer!
The Catedral de Santa Maria la Real de la Almudena is the main church in the Diocese of Madrid, despite only being completed in 1993 and was consecrated by Pope John Paul II. The interior is designed in a Gothic style and includes a neo-Romanesque crypt, whilst the building itself is made of granite and marble. It is recognisable for its two towers that stand at the main entrance, and large bronze doors dominate the second entrance. The Cathedral is closely located to the Royal Palace, and is open from 10am until 7.30pm every day except during Mass and on Sundays when it is open from 10.30am – 12pm and 1.30pm – 7pm.
Close by you can find the Royal Theatre, which was first opened as an opera building in 1850 but became re-established as a concert hall and theatre for the Madrid Symphonic Orchestra in 1965. Having hosted the Eurovision Song contest in 1969, the museum went under extensive refurbishment in 1988 and was reopened as an opera house in 1997, with brand new acoustics that are regarded as some of the best in the world. Visitors can enjoy guided tours of the theatre and learn about the history of the building, and there is also a museum to explore too.