The Catalonia Moratin Hotel is conveniently situated in the centre of Madrid; close to the Prado Museum; the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofia Museum. It is adjacent to the historic centre of the city which includes the Puerta del Sol and the Plaza Mayor. It is only a few metres away from the Plaza Santa Ana; famous throughout Spain for tapas; and is close to the most popular theatres in the city.
Ultimate comfort is combined with traditional decoration and modern facilities in the 63 spacious and well equipped rooms at the Catalonia Moratin Hotel. En-suite facilities are provided by a full marble bathroom and room features include colour TV with movies; telephone with voice mail; data ports; hair dryer; iron and tea and coffee making facilities. Room service and dry cleaning are available. Guest facilities include a library room and there is also a cafeteria and bar. One of the main features of the hotel is its interior patio; a typical Madrid-style 'corrala' adorned with wrought iron bars and embellished with flowers.
There is first-class restaurant in the hotel; serving fine Spanish and European food in a modern setting. The hotel is also close to many fine restaurants.
Hotel Facilities & Services: "Air conditioning and heating; Marble bathroom with hairdryer and telephone; Direct dial phone; Colour TV; Mini bar; Safe box; Wake;up service; Radio; Bar/Lounge; Coffe shop; Disco and Restaurant; Gym, sauna and solarium; Health club; Conference facilities; Internet access; 24 hour Reception; Doctor on call; Elevator/Lift; Lounge; Parking and Security"
Location: The Catalonia Moratin Hotel is in Madrid; Spain. It is 12 km from the airport and is conveniently situated to take advantage of Madrid's public transport network with bus; underground and train stations nearby.
Madrid is a very accessible and lively city with a fabulous night life and visitors can enjoy its many restaurants; bars; and clubs. The Museo del Prado is one of Madrid's most famous attractions and one that few visitors would want to miss. Spanish Art is well represented by Velazquez; Goya and El Greco as well as minor artists such as de Ribera and Murillo. Along with a fair number of Flemish and Italian masters one visit may not be enough. A short stroll from Puerta del Sol; Madrid's official central point; lies Plaza Mayor; a popular venue over the centuries for royal festivities and bullfights; and today home to many open-air cafes. The massive Palacio Real has over 2;800 rooms but only 50 are open to the public. Worth a visit for the Throne Room with its ornate crimson walls and Tiepolo celing. At the end of the day; take a gentle stroll in Parque del Buen Retiro; Madrid's loveliest public garden; and admire the artificial lake and Egyptian Fountain.