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This luxury hotel is not only situated near the famous Paseo de la Castellana, but includes a whole host of leisure and business amenities to ensure guests are entirely catered for. Guest rooms are spacious, with balconies, a high speed internet connection and flat screen cable television. Order in room service, relax in the lobby bar or sauna and enjoy a wellbeing massage after a work out in the gym- the choice is yours! The hotel is of course child friendly too, with a babysitting service and cots available on request. Business facilities include conference rooms, translation services and audio/visual equipment. Don’t miss this incredible offer near Paseo de la Castellana!
Art buffs will be in their element in Madrid, home to the golden triangle of art: the Prado, Reina Sofia and the Thyssen-Bornemisza museums. The former is of course the most famous, but the other two should not be bypassed. The latter contains famous works by Cezanne, Lichenstein and El Greco whilst the Reina Sofia is home to Picasso’s iconic painting Guernica. The Museum of the Americas is another popular option, especially for anyone interested in discovering more about the history of pre-Columbian America. You’ll be able to see textiles, ceramics and jewelry including the famous Viracocha head and the Quimbayas treasure.
As the capital city of Spain, you know that the nightlife here is going to be pretty exceptional. Whether you want to enjoy tapas and sangria until the early hours or watch one of the acclaimed flamenco shows, you certainly won’t fall short of things to do. For cocktails and a great view, head to the rooftop bar at Room Mate Oscar, complete with DJ sets but for live music try Clamores or Sala Caracol. Whatever your usual tipple however, you can’t visit Madrid without sampling their local favourite Vermouth. Casa Antonio is perhaps the oldest vermouth bar in Madrid, and a great place to sample the drink if you’ve not had it before. Bodegas Ricla on the other hand has tasty tapas and vermouth on tap which pair perfectly!
For a fun day trip, head to the Warner bros movie park via Atocha rail station. Head to cartoon village to entertain little ones with the likes of the Tom and Jerry family roller coaster or test your bravery with the Superman rollercoaster in DC superheroes world. Alternatively Madrid zoo and aquarium makes a fun family day out, and the chance to see some of the world’s rarest animals including the giant panda.