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Located in the south east of the city, this Mercamadrid – Vallecas area hotel provides guests with excellent service and facilities to make your stay in Madrid one to remember.
The property is located just 12.9km away from Madrid Barajas airport, and provides free parking for all guests with their own vehicle. Guests can also enjoy a complimentary continental or full breakfast throughout the duration of your stay, and high-speed Internet access from bedrooms is provided free of charge. The property also has a well-equipped Business Centre for guests visiting Madrid for work commitments, and all bedrooms and bathrooms provide wheelchair accessibility. Within the local area there are a number of public transport links to provide you with easy and efficient access to other parts of the city, and there are several attractions close to your Hot Rate Hotel for your convenience.
The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, part of the ‘Golden Triangle of Art’, was established in 1992 and is home to over 1,600 paintings. Works contributed come from artists including Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, and Edward Hopper. The museum offers superb guided tours that allow you to make the most of your visit, with your knowledgeable experts leading you around the institution to allow you to explore the stunning collection housed here. Tours can be tailored to suit your tastes and interests, such as the Chronological Tour which looks at trends and movements dating from Italian Primitive works right up until Pop art in the 1960s; and the Modern Masters tour which looks at Impressionist works from the likes of Renoir and Degas, through to German Expressionism, avant-garde movements, and North American Pop Art. If you are an art lover or just wish to learn more about certain pieces, a tour is highly recommended!
The Royal Palace of Madrid is one of the city’s most iconic attractions, and a visit to the city would not be complete without a trip here. Visitors can visit a number of the stunning rooms available to the public, with information available in English so you can gain a fascinating insight into the history of the building and the Spanish royal family. Due to the museum’s popularity it is worth getting here early in the morning to avoid the queues, and with so many fantastic restaurants in the surrounding area you can enjoy a couple of hours inside the palace before a delicious lunch straight after!
Have a wonderful time in Madrid!