With a superb location close to a number of the city’s top cultural attractions, this Top Secret Hotel provides guests with excellent facilities, whether you are visiting for business or leisure.
This designer hotel in the centre of Madrid provides guests with excellent services at the 24-hour reception desk, including laundry and dry-cleaning facilities, free daily newspapers, and airport transfers for international visitors. The hotel is fully air-conditioned and Wi-Fi access is also available in the lobby area, and guests are welcome to use the efficient postal and fax service. For business visitors there is an excellent Business Centre on site, which includes spacious meeting rooms and video conferencing facilities for your convenience.
Rooms are equipped with a range of top modern comforts for guests to enjoy, including a stunning television, high speed Internet access free of charge and a mini-bar with a range of drinks and snacks for guests to enjoy. Your luxurious en-suite bathroom includes complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer for your convenience, and also includes a telephone. For guests visiting on business there is an excellent Business Centre on site with meeting rooms and presentation equipment, and rooms are also equipped with a work desk for your convenience.
Enjoy one of Madrid’s top outdoor attractions with a visit to Retiro Park, a peaceful urban park that provides a great way to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery. The park has a number of excellent photo opportunities, including a waterfall and a number of fountains and monuments that add to the tranquil atmosphere here. A great outdoor attraction to visit throughout the year, the park also has a number of restaurants in the local area at reasonable prices serving a range of meals and light bites.
Located in the heart of the city is the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Saint Fernando, a superb museum and gallery housing a vast collection of paintings dating back as far as the 15th century. Established by royal decree in 1744, the academy also stands as the headquarters of the Madrid Academy of Art, and previous directors have included Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. Artworks include sculptures as well as paintings, and there are special exhibitions on show throughout the year. The museum tends to be less crowded than the more famous Prado museum, making it a great spot to visit if you have an hour or two to spare and want to avoid large queues.
We hope you have a wonderful time in Madrid!