Conveniently situated close to a number of transport links and just 10.2km away from Madrid Barajas airport, this contemporary Hot Rate Hotel provides guests with a host of luxury facilities in a superb location.
This Salamanca – Shopping District – America area hotel provides guests with excellent leisure facilities to help guests to relax in style, including a state of the art Fitness Centre with a range of exercise equipment. The property also has a spacious swimming pool, and guests can enjoy a soothing massage and a range of spa services available at the property. For those visiting Madrid on business the hotel has a well-equipped Business Centre for your convenience, and there is a stunning restaurant on site too. The hotel is walking distance from a number of subway stops, and attractions including the National Natural Sciences Museum.
Madrid is the proud home of the National Museum of Natural Sciences, and houses over 6 million specimens in its vast collection of the natural world. Permanent exhibitions include a fascinating display of the history of the earth, which includes stunning replicas of specimens including a Diplodocus, one of the largest dinosaurs to grace the planet. The museum is a great attraction for those with young children, as there are plenty of exhibitions to explore and provides a great way to spend a couple of hours in.
For a stunning outdoors attraction and a wonderful location to relax in, the Royal Botanic Gardens are certainly worth a visit. The gardens were opened in their current location by King Carlos III at the end of the 18th century, with the primary aim of the gardens to teach visitors more about botanical studies. The Gardens are home to over 30,000 different species of plants and flowers, and the gardens are particularly beautiful in the warmer months when most of the flowers are in bloom. The greenhouses are a big favourite with many of the visitors who come here, so make sure you don’t miss out on them as they are home to a fantastic collection of plants, including Bonsai trees and cacti. The gardens are easily accessible by bus or train, with the Atocha and Atocha-Renfe underground stations within walking distance, and the Gardens are conveniently within walking distance of the Prado Museum, with many visitors choosing to visit the Prado Museum in the morning before enjoying an afternoon stroll in the gardens when the sun is shining.
Enjoy your stay in Madrid!