Enjoy a typical English builiding surrounded by gardens when you book this 4 star secret hotel. Housed in an elegant, Regency-style property, this superb 4* Top Secret Hotel just 10 km from the vibrant Spanish capital of Madrid is the ideal choice for holidaymakers seeking indulgence amongst untouched countryside. Each of this hotel’s spacious and well-appointed double en-suite guest rooms features air conditioning, complimentary luxury toiletries, a Jacuzzi-style bath, free high speed Wi-Fi internet, a flat screen plasma TV with cable channels and are serviced daily by housekeeping staff. Holidaymakers can dine in the well-regarded onsite restaurant which specialises in authentic Spanish cuisine or unwind during the warmer summer months in the outdoor heated pool and solarium, whilst those on business in Madrid can take advantage of the exclusive onsite business centre with its numerous fully-equipped business and conference rooms. Other impressive hotel facilities include a car rental desk, currency exchange, 24 hour concierge and valet laundry.
Due to the hotel’s secluded location just northwest of Madrid, it boasts exceptional transport links to one of Europe’s most popular capital cities as well as unrivalled views across rolling countryside. Just a short drive from the hotel is the vast Casa de Campo park. Covering more than 1700 hectares of woodland and open water, the park is a firm favourite with both couples and families seeking to escape the rush of the city. Formerly a royal hunting estate, the Casa de Campo is now home to a popular amusement park and the Madrid Zoo.
Also within driving distance is the huge El Escorial palace, a historical residence once home to the King of Spain. Located about 28 miles from central Madrid, the palace complex also comprises of a monastery, museum and school. Its phenomenal architecture, breathtakingly ornate interiors and pristine walled gardens make the palace extremely popular with day-trippers from the capital who flock to this unique UNESCO World Heritage Site in their thousands. Another significant historical landmark in the local area is the Palace of Moncloa which has served as the official residence of the Spanish Prime Minister since Spain’s transition to democracy.
Just a few minutes’ drive into the Madrid’s historic heart, this hotel is perfect for those seeking a slower paced city break. When taking a day trip into the city centre, tourists are strongly advised to pay a visit to one or all of the ‘Golden Triangle’ of art museums located on the Paseo del Prado, relax in the Parque del Buen Retiro or indulge in some typical Spanish tapas in one of the al fresco bistros surrounding the Puerta del Sol.