For a privileged luxury city break experience in an indulgent 5* setting opt for this premium Top Secret Hotel in the privileged Paseo de la Castellana. Each of the hotel’s spacious and finely furnished double en-suite guest rooms features a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, free high speed Wi-Fi internet, climate control, complimentary luxury toiletries, Jacuzzi bath, private terrace and daily housekeeping service as standard. Hotel guests have the option of numerous onsite restaurants and bars specialising both in traditional Spanish and international cuisine and other impressive leisure facilities include a fitness centre, health club and beauty salon. Those on business in Madrid are free to take advantage of the onsite business centre with its numerous conference rooms and executive lounge whilst families travelling with young children can make use of the hotel’s babysitting and crèche services.
The Paseo de la Castellana is one of Madrid’s longest and most well-established avenues, making it the ideal location in which to base a city break to the capital. Named after a historic fountain that was formerly situated in the Plaza de Castilla, the Castellana boasts numerous metro stations within walking distance which help connect guests across the city and its surrounding neighbourhoods. Madrid’s main rail station, the Atocha, is also just 3 km away allowing guests to arrive at Barajas International Airport or the surrounding cities of Toledo and Valladolid within a matter of minutes.
Located in nearby San Martin de la Vega is the Parque Warner Madrid which is accessible by a short taxi ride or metro journey. Ideal for families and young children, the Warner Brothers Park is a popular theme park which boasts a variety of white-knuckle roller coasters and fairground rides set in different themed lands such as Super Heroes World and Cartoon Village. As well as numerous interactive experiences and performances aimed at children, the park features water rides and log flumes perfect for cooling off in during the warmer summer months.
Those seeking peace and tranquillity during their city break to this thrilling European metropolis are recommended to spend a day at the Casa de Campo Park to the west of Madrid. Formerly a royal hunting estate, the park today spans 1,700 acres of green space, woodland and lakes which serves as a relaxing alternative to sightseeing in the city centre. Located amongst the parkland is the Parque de Atracciones de Madrid amusement park and the Madrid Zoo, allowing for families and couples to spend a fun-filled day away from the bustling capital.