Enjoy personalized service at the boutique-style Crowne Plaza Madrid Airport hotel, 15 minutes' drive from Madrid-Barajas Airport and the IFEMA Congress Centre.
An 18th-century palace was the inspiration for InterContinental Madrid, which is situated on one of the city's most famed thoroughfares.
This luxury hotel is 9 km from central Madrid, and 12 km from Barajas Airport.
This hotel has a superb location on the Paseo del Prado, minutes from the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen Museum.
Tryp Madrid Ambassador Hotel is set in the old palace of the Duque de Granada de Ega, in the historical centre of Madrid. It offers free Wi-Fi in all areas.
The stylish Petit Palace Art Gallery is within 5 minutes’ walk of 3 different metro lines.
Petit Palace Savoy Alfonso XII is a stylish boutique hotel located next to Madrid’s Retiro Park, 250 metres from Puerta de Alcalá.
Suites Foxa 25 was specially designed to provide you with a memorable stay in Madrid, offering a very personal touch in addition to the highly profess...
The Hotel Preciados is located in the heart of Madrid, 5 minutes’ walk from the Puerta del Sol.
The capital of Spain, Madrid, is a much loved European city. For those seeking culture and artistic pleasure, there is much to delight and entertain coupled with the lively Spanish nightlife in the city. Situated towards the northeast of the country, many of the destinations and sights in the city are relatively central. Whatever you choose to do or see in this capital city, you will receive a warm Spanish welcome in your hotel Madrid is a hospitable city.
Historically, the city is rich. As the center of the Spanish Empire, the royalty created many impressive buildings and monuments. The Palacio Real, the Royal Palace and official residence of the monarchy, is huge and beautiful. It also contains the Royal Armory which boasts medieval weapons amongst other treasures and the Pharmacia with many early medicines. Opposite is the Catedral de la Almudena. The Plaza Mayor is another tourist destination - a stunning square which has been used for bullfights, markets, concerts and executions, with Felipe III's statue at its center. Nearby, the Mercado San Miguel is excellent for browsing and sourcing good quality food. Another popular meeting spot is the Puerta del Sol, containing the statue of a bear climbing a tree (the emblem of the city).
A cosmopolitan city, many cultures fuse and blend to create an interesting diverse vibe. Each district has its own personality such as Alonso Martinez, the destination of the young crowd at night; Barrio de las Letras, home to many Spanish writers and bursting with history including the beautiful Plaza de Santa Ana; Chueca, the funky and chic gay district; Malasana, the 'alternative' district filled with excellent restaurants, rock clubs and cafés; Salamanca with its expensive shops or the Gran Via named the 'place that never sleeps.'
There are many museums in the city that are certainly worth a visit. The Museo del Prado has a world-class fine art collection including classical art by greats such as El Greco, Velaquez and Goya, Botticelli, Caravaggio, Rubens and many more. The Reina Sofia National Museum and Art Center is the place to see modern art in the city, including works by Picasso, Miro and Dali. The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum of Art also has an excellent collection of masterpieces.
Other museums include the National Archeology Museum, the Naval Museum, a stunning private collection of art, jewelry, sculpture and other artifacts can be found in the Museu de Lazaro Galdiano and the American Museum, are but a few. Even the world famous football team has its own museum, the Real Madrid Museum, to show off its trophies. The CaixaForum is the free cultural center.
For a little respite, the main park is El Retiro Park complete with boating lake. Another hideaway is the palm garden inside the Atocha RENFE with a turtle pond. The Parque del Capricho is another beautiful 18th century 'Historic Garden' with fountains, palaces and squares. Near the Royal Palace, an Egyptian temple is located in a beautiful park and is a favorite spot to watch the sun set. There is also the Zoo Aquarium to blend with nature and wildlife.
The Gran Via is a lively avenue and home to many cinemas. For a theatrical experience, visit the Royal Theater or maybe see a piece of Spanish culture with a flamenco dance at the Corral de la Moreria or Tablao Flamenco Cardamomo. There are also venues for rock and pop concerts such as the Sala Heineken or La Riviera.
Of course, Madrid is also a sporting city. The world-famous Real Madrid football club has its home at the Santiago Bernabeu. There are also various other sports stadiums if you want to try your hand at a sport. Alternatively, see some Spanish culture in Las Ventas Bullring, the birth place of the national sport.
When it comes to your hotel Madrid will not disappoint you. The hotel services can include excellent restaurants, cocktail bars, concierge services plus fitness and spa facilities. Locations are often central and guests can have excellent views of the cityscape and the landmarks of the area. Room services may also include laundry, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, a pillow menu, minibar and en suite. Wherever you decide to stay in your hotel Madrid will delight you as you browse the attractions and soak up the atmosphere.