With spacious bedrooms and fantastic staff, this Top Secret Hotel, ‘NH Madrid – value for money collection – 3 star – Madrid’, is ideal for those looking for an excellent value for money trip to the wonderful city of Madrid!
The property is fully air-conditioned for your comfort during the warmer months, and the friendly staff at the reception desk are very knowledgeable of the local area and are happy to provide guests with any assistance or advice on places to visit during your stay in Madrid. At reception guests can enjoy a free daily newspaper, and there is also a luggage room for guests to store suitcases for your convenience.
Bedrooms are spacious and designed in a modern and contemporary style, offering guests a range of modern comforts to make your stay as relaxing as possible. Each bedroom is equipped with a state of the art television with a number of cable channels, and high-speed Internet access is also provided for business or leisure. For your leisure there is a well-stocked mini-bar with a range of drinks and snacks for you to enjoy, and for your security there is a safety deposit box provided to store any valuables. Bedrooms also include a stylish en-suite bathroom, which includes complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer.
Madrid is the home of the Convent of Las Descalzas Reales, a stunning royal monastery located in the former palace of King Charles I of Spain. The convent was one of the richest in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries, before the sisters of the convent soon found themselves in poverty despite the riches of the institution itself. The site is now a popular national monument and contains relics including pieces of Christ’s cross and the bones of Saint Sebastian. There are also a number of stunning pieces of art on show here, including works from El Greco, Titian and Velazquez. Admission is just 7euros and the monastery is located in the city centre and with so much on show provides visitors with excellent value for money.
The Plaza Mayor is the main square of Madrid, and is widely regarded as one of Spain’s best squares in terms of aesthetics and what can be found here. Built in the early 17th century, the square contains a statue of Philip III and was previously the focal point of the city where public exhibitions would take place, including bullfights. Popular with both tourists and locals, the square has a number of cafes and restaurants around the area where you can enjoy delicious local cuisine including tapas and paella, washed down with delicious Spanish wines or beers. A great spot for people watching, if you are looking for an attraction that doesn’t warrant too much effort then this is the place to go!
We hope you have a wonderful time in Madrid!