This modern and stylish Secret Hotel offers unbeatable rates in one of Madrid’s most sought after locations. It features every facility and service needed for a comfortable, relaxing and convenient stay in Spain’s vibrant and exciting capital, including currency exchange, a luggage room for your travel days, excellent room service and free WIFI throughout the hotel. The rooms are kept to the uppermost standard and contain every feature imaginable to provide all guests a relaxing place to rest after a long day exploring the many sights of Madrid. With air-conditioning for Spain’s hot summers, plasma TVs, connecting rooms with cots and cribs available for families with small children and every room has its own private bathroom with a bathtub and a shower. So whether you are visiting the city on business or pleasure, with friends, family or a romantic getaway for two this hotel is happy to cater to any need, and it’s ideal central location means that you can explore the city with ease and convenience. Don’t miss this great opportunity near the city center!
Located in Madrid’s historic center, the main sights of the city are all on the hotel’s doorstep or easily accessible in a matter of minutes by Madrid’s public transport systems. Madrid has a rich and intriguing history much of which is still ever present in the many historical monuments, sights and buildings that still stand throughout the city. Discover the history of Spain’s monarchy at the Royal Palace, or the Palacio Real, as it is known in Spanish. It is not only Europe’s largest royal palace but is also one of the most important museums of history and art in Spain and Europe, featuring original works by Velázquez, Tiépolo, Goya, Mengs and Giordano.
Visit La Puerta del Sol, Madrid’s most popular and central square that was once the gates to the city itself. Today it is a beautiful square that is home to the city’s most iconic sights, such as the El Oso y El Madroño (the female bear and the strawberry tree) statue that is the official symbol the city of Madrid as well as the Casa de Correos, originally built as the city’s main post office in the 18th century, it is now the main government headquarters.
Just minutes walk from La Puerta del Sol is another one of Madrid’s best bustling squares, the Plaza Mayor. A wonderful spot to sit and take in the beautiful sights of the city while enjoying a selection of Spain’s delicious wines and mouthwatering authentic Spanish tapas.