Booking Agent Description: This 3-star hotel is found in the historic heart of Madrid, near the Gran Via and Royal Palace, and is close to several stations and metro stops, making it easy to explore the city’s sights. During your stay you can start the day with a breakfast buffet and enjoy local flavours in the restaurant, and stay connected with free wi-fi access. Each room at the hotel is air conditioned and has satellite TV and a private bathroom.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.
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Discover Rome and everything it has to offer when you stay in this brand new design hotel in a top location. The idyllic location allows you to explore the city at ease, being so close to sites such as the Pantheon, the Coliseum, Piazza di Spagna and the main Termini station, which has quick links to the rest of the city. The 4 star Top Secret Hotel has been stylishly decorated with chic interior finishings and possesses all the modern and convenient facilities necessary for a relaxing stay. Throughout the hotel, and including the guest rooms, air conditioning ensures guests are kept comfortable and at ease. Each of the rooms enjoys the use of a television, telephone, en-suite bathroom, mini-bar and coffee and tea facilities.
Shopping in Rome is a wonderful way to spend a lazy afternoon, and if you fancy something a little bit different from the major department stores and designer flagships why not browse around an antique market? Markets are a great place to pick up a bargain and some unique souvenirs for loved ones back home so head to via Giulia or via del Babuino. If you like a challenge stop by the antique fairs at via de’ Coronari, where you’ll have to delve and rummage to find the hidden treasures amongst old furniture, memorabilia and toys. Fashionistas too will love the offering of vintage clothing at the market held on via Sannio.
Rome’s nightlife is a mix of super-clubs and sophisticated drinking holes to suit every thrill-seeker who visits the city. For those who’d prefer to stay out ‘til the early hours but prefer bars over clubs, you’re in luck as Rome has a scattering of late night bars, serving drinks (and food) ‘til sunrise. Among the best are Etabli, with cosy armchairs beside a fireplace for an intimate atmosphere, Crudo, an über-contemporary and designer eating and drinking spot, and Friends Art Café that serves breakfast to real late-nighters in a retro, pop-video surrounding.
Each of Rome’s piazzas tells a part of the ancient city’s history, as well as being beautiful landmarks in their own right. Visit as many as you can to admire the great variety and craftsmanship that went in to creating the surrounding architecture, statues, fountains and monuments. The oval-shaped Piazza del Popolo is a particularly significant example as its design is credited to the leading 19th century neo-classical architect Giuseppe Valadier, and for the Santa Maria del Popolo church with Raphael’s chapel and the striking Egyptian obelisk, all making for a postcard-perfect photograph.
We hope you enjoy your stay in Rome!