The Occidental Miguel Angel is located in the center of Madrid; in the Paseo de la Castellana; the elegant financial and shopping area of the city. Situated just 15 minutes from Madrid Airport; the hotel also has the El Prado; the Royal Palace and Reina Sofia Museums nearby. It is strategically located next to Palacio de Congresos Conference Center and is 15 minutes from the IFEMA International Fairground.
The hotel provides 263 luxurious and elegant guest rooms. Non-smoking rooms and those with access for handicapped guests are also available. All rooms are spacious and well equipped with facilities including air-conditioning; private bathroom; hair dryer; in-room safe; iron/ironing board; mini bar; modem/data port connection and colour TV with pay-per-view movies. Room service is available. The hotel also provides comprehensive business and conference facilities which are fully equipped and can cater for upwards of 10 delegates. Leisure facilities are also available with the hotel offering an indoor swimming pool and sauna.
The hotel has excellent dining facilities. The restaurant is renowned in Madrid. There are other eating establishments close to the hotel. (Full buffet breakfast is included in our rate).
Hotel Facilities & Services: "Mini-bar; Safe box; Air Conditioning; Central heating; TV with Canal +; Telephone; En-suite bathroom with hair dryer; Ironing board; Internet connection; Lobby Bar; Restaurant 'El Arco'; Restaurant 'Jardin Florencia'; Restaurant 'La Broche'; Spa treatments: stone massage, jet lag massage, Swedish or Thai massage; Fitness Studio; Excursions and trips; Museum visits; Tickets for entertainment and shows; Reservations for the best restaurants; Baby cot (on request) free of charge; 1 Child under 12 years old stay free of charge (sharing with 2 adults), on request;"
Location: The Occidental Miguel Angel is located in Madrid; Spain. It is 13 km from Barajas International Airport which can be reached via taxi or the public airport shuttle bus service. There are bus and train services close to the hotel.
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 ceiling. 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.