Those after chic contemporary design in the heart of one of Europe’s most celebrated cities need look no further than this exceptional 4* design hotel with a unique view of Madrid’s rooftops. Each of this Top Secret Hotel’s beautifully finished double en-suite guest rooms features free high speed Wi-Fi internet, a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, air conditioning, complimentary luxury toiletries, a whirlpool style bath and a fully-stocked mini bar as standard. This hotel features a unique rooftop heated swimming pool offering breath-taking panoramas over the city skyline, as well as an exclusive onsite business centre with numerous fully-equipped meeting rooms for executive guests. Friendly hotel staff are on hand 24 hours a day at the hotel concierge to offer guests other excellent facilities such as car rental, valet parking, currency exchange, city tours and a dry cleaning service.
Owing to its fantastic location in Madrid’s historic city centre, guests at this Top Secret Hotel are never more than a stone’s throw from the city’s most popular tourist attractions. One of the capital’s most iconic historic plazas, the Puerta del Sol, is just round the corner allowing hotel guests to walk and admire its ornate marble statues and monuments. The square is famous as the home of the clock tower which chimes the start of the annual Twelve Grapes tradition each New Year as well as the Bear and the Maldrono statue which is the heraldic symbol of Madrid. Tourists after an authentic experience of Spanish cuisine are spoilt for choice due to the number of trendy tapas bars and bistros which line the surrounding streets, whilst night owls will enjoy the many lively bars and nightclubs in the area.
Navigating the city could not be easier courtesy of the capital’s metro service which connects passengers with multiple inner-city and regional rail services. With the nearest metro station being Puerta del Sol and the nearby main rail terminal of Atocha, guests can reach the Barajas Airport and surrounding touristic cities of Toledo and Valladolid with ease.
Just around the corner from the hotel is one of the city’s most popular historic landmarks, the Palacio Real. Although officially the main royal residence of the Spanish monarchy, the palace is mainly just used for formal state ceremonies and is partially open to the public to marvel at its lavish state apartments and art collections. Its unmistakable ornate baroque facades and prominence on the Calle de Bailén help to attract millions of tourists each year making it a must-see for hotel guests.