For highly regarded, luxury hotel accommodation in one of the most desirable, upmarket postcodes in all of Madrid Secret Hotels customers need look no further than this excellent 4 star Secret Hotel in Madrid. Each of its spacious and beautifully finished double en-suite guest rooms features a plasma TV with cable channels, free high speed Wi-Fi, climate control, complimentary premium toiletries, a walk-in closet and a private terrace. This hotel’s exclusive onsite business centre with executive lounge, board room and numerous meeting rooms is ideal for those on business in the Spanish capital, whilst city breakers can make use of the hotel’s fitness centre and health club. Friendly hotel staff are on hand 24 hours a day at the concierge to answer any enquiries and cater to their individual guests’ needs.
Owing to this hotel’s prime location at the heart of Madrid’s Centro district, hotel guests are only ever a few minutes’ walk from the city’s major tourist attractions. Centro is characterised by its variety of stunning architecture; from opulent Renaissance monuments to the impressive Art Deco skyscrapers found along the Gran Via. The nearby Gran Via, also known as ‘the Street that Never Sleeps’, is home to an abundance of luxury boutiques, trendy wine bars, authentic tapas bistros and lively nightclubs making it a one-stop destination for any entertainment or culinary needs. Also perfect for night-owls is the vibrant Chueca district which is just a stone’s throw from the Gran Via along Calle Hortaleza.
Those after a more tranquil city break will appreciate the hotel’s proximity to one of the city’s most celebrated destinations, the Parque del Buen Retiro. Translated to mean ‘The Park of Pleasant Retreat’, the park offers a unique haven in the heart of the city centre in which both tourists and locals alike can relax and unwind in. As well as 350 acres of idyllic parkland the Retiro also features several enclosed art galleries, a lake with rowing boat hire, horse-drawn carriage tours, daily puppet performances and regular bandstand music shows.
A trip to Madrid would be incomplete without a visit to the vast Palacio Real, the official home of the Spanish royal family. Just a short walk away at the Calle de Bailén, the palace is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions due to its remarkable baroque architecture and the surrounding sprawling gardens of Sabatini and Campo del Moro.