The Royal Palace and the Senate are near the hotel; along with a large number of shops and attractions. The hotel itself is on the site of the palace of the old Duke of Granada de Ega. Our 5 banquet and conference rooms of varying capacities have all the equipmente you may require to ensure the total success of your business meeting. For your momentes of leisure; apart from the extensive breakfast buffet; the hotel has an excellent Restaurant specialising in the purest of traditional Madrid cooking.For your further convenience; a garage with parking facilities is available within the building. Established urban hotels; strategically located in the centers of major cities. Characterized by their functionality; good value for money and above all; meeting facilities and services for men and women business travelers.
There are 181 rooms. Each room is spacious and comfortable. They come equipped with a television; a direct-dial telephone and a safety deposit box. The friendly staff members will be happy to assist you with anything else you might require. Business visitors will be pleased that the hotel has its own meeting and function rooms. The hotel can cater for groups of up to 550 people.
Bars and Restaurants;Varied breakfast buffet (15.50 euros). Wide selection of sandwiches; tapas and cakes is being served in the Entrepatios bar (from 6.00 euros). The Invernadero restaurant offers various typical Spanish and local dishes (from 7.50 euros).
Hotel Facilities & Services: Complete bathroom; Air conditioning; Interactive TV; Direct dial telephone; Piped music; Safe deposit box; Soundproofed windows; Varied breakfast buffet; Invernadero Restaurant; Entrepatios Bar; 5 meeting and banqueting rooms; Congress and conventions material; Airport shuttle available with supplementory charge;
Location: The hotel is located on Cuesta de Santo Domingo in the centre of Madrid. You'll be close to the Plaza del Callao right in the historical centre of the city.
"El Madrid de los Austrias<br>Madrid de los Austrias is the name for a zone of Madrid referring the Habsburgo Age. Here you can find renacentist and barroque constructions as La Puerta del Sol; La Plaza de las Descalzas Reales; el Convento de la Encarnacion; las Cavas zone; la Plaza Mayor and Plaza de la Villa; where buildings date from several centurys.El Prado<br>Perhaps the most beautiful neoclassic building of all Madrid. Built in 1785; it was intended to be a museum of natural history. Having been used as an arsenal during the wars against Napoleon; it became Madrid's Museum of art in 1819. Certainly one of the most important collections of paintings worldwide. There are special rooms for masters like Goya; Velazquez; El Greco; Zurbar?n; Murillo and Tizian; as well as for representants of the Flemish school.Thyssen<br>In this museum; which was inaugurated in 1993; is exposed one of the most important private arts collections.Reina Victoria<br>This modern building featuring interesting expositions made complete he "Arts Triangle of Prado" in 1993."