Located in the Ventas area of the city, guests can enjoy a unique experience in a design hotel in Madrid provided with luxurious leisure facilities in a top location close to the city centre and complete with excellent transport links.
The property provides guests with 24-hour security and a 24-hour reception desk where guests can access a number of excellent facilities and services. Guests are welcome to use the efficient laundry and dry-cleaning services, and can also arrange private car transfers, theatre reservations and car hire facilities for your convenience. International travellers can exchange currency at reception, and there is also a luggage room for storage should you wish to use this. The lobby area has a comfortable bar area where guests can enjoy a drink and food, and there is a small gift shop selling a number of excellent souvenir items. Those who have their own vehicle can obtain parking permits from reception, and there is a valet parking service as well. For your leisure the property has a state of the art gymnasium, as well as an indoor pool and on-site nightclub.
Rooms are beautifully decorated and provide guests with a comfortable space to relax after a busy day of exploring the city. Each bedroom is fitted with a stunning en-suite bathroom, complete with complimentary toiletries, a hairdryer, make-up mirror and bathrobes. For your entertainment there is a flat screen LCD television provided, as well as high-speed Internet access, a well-stocked mini-bar and a telephone. Guests can also utilise the efficient room service option, and there is a daily housekeeping service to keep bedrooms clean throughout your stay. For a unique experience in a design hotel in Madrid, look no further.
Madrid is home to a number of fantastic art museums, and the Sorolla Museum on General Martinez Campos provides visitors with a fascinating insight into the works of Joaquin Sorolla, as well as information on the life of the artist and the museum itself. Opened in 1932, the museum was established by Sorolla’s widow, with the works on show all coming from donations from the Sorolla family. The museum also has a number of temporary exhibitions, with recent displays including one on ‘Fiesta y color’, which runs until May 2014. Children and families are more than welcome to visit the museum, and the entrance fee is very reasonably priced. The museum is significantly smaller than many other art museums in the area, but the benefit being that you can really get up close to the paintings and won’t have to worry about lengthy queues or tour guide groups. There is also a small bookshop on site with a range of books, postcards and other souvenirs of Sorolla’s work.
We hope you have a wonderful time in Madrid!
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