Secret Hotels customers will be able to reach all of Madrid’s most iconic landmarks and tourist attractions on foot with a stay in this exceptional 4* Top Secret Hotel nestled in the Spanish capital’s historic heart. Each of this hotel’s spacious double en-suite guest rooms are finished to the highest standard and come complete with air conditioning, free high speed Wi-Fi internet, a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, fully-stocked minibar and a safe for valuables. This hotel has opportunities for business guests in the form of an exclusive business centre with fully-equipped meeting and conference rooms, as well as a fitness suite and health club for holidaymakers. Friendly hotel staff are on hand 24 hours a day at the concierge and other facilities include a dry cleaning service, limousine service, night porter, luggage room and currency exchange.
This excellent inner-city Top Secret Hotel enjoys a prominent position within Madrid, just about 2 minutes walk from Gran Via. Lined with an astonishing showcase of unique 20th century architecture including the ornate Metropolis Building and the art deco style Telefonica Building, the Gran Via is a must-see destination for sightseers. With nicknames such as the ‘Spanish Broadway’ and the ‘Street that Never Sleeps’, the Gran Via is renowned for its various period cinemas and theatres, as well as its many upscale wine bars and nightclubs. Shopaholics are also sure to enjoy the many luxury fashion boutiques and premium department stores that can be found along the avenue.
A short walk from the hotel is one of the capital’s most popular historic landmarks, the Royal Palace of Madrid. As the official residence of the Spanish royal family the palace is of huge cultural significance and its intricate, unmistakable architecture helps to draw in millions of tourists each year. The palace is open for the public to explore a selection of luxurious state apartments and art galleries, as well as beautifully manicured walled gardens such as the Sabatini and the Campo del Moro.
Hotel guests are also encouraged to experience some of the city’s most famous plazas and public spaces, especially the nearby Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol. The impressive Mayor is dominated by the Casa de la Panadería and was formerly used for markets, bullfights, football games and even public executions during the Spanish Inquisition. Today, it is lined with chic al fresco bistros and tapas bars and is a popular meeting place for both tourists and locals alike.