Whether you come to Madrid for work or pleasure; this hotel provides you with a perfect base from which to explore the city. You can walk to many of the city's central points and will also be well served by public transport. Renovated in 1998. The hotel offers 144 rooms with bathroom; telephone; heating; air conditioning and TV. 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 144 air-conditioned rooms. Each room is tastefully decorated. You will find a television and a direct-dial telephone; along with many other details such as attractive paintings and a writing desk. You can ask any member of staff for anything else that you might require. The hotel also has a hairdresser on the premises. You will find a large car park close to the hotel.
The hotel has a tasty; contemporary restaurant. Adjacent to the hotel; you will find a choice of interesting bars. (Breakfast is included in our rate).
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Location: The hotel is located on the Gran Via in the centre of Madrid. This places you right between the Plaza de Callao and the Plaza de Espana.
Prado Museum<br>The Prado Museum is renowned as being the largest art gallery in the world. It also exhibits sculptures; drawings; coins and other works of arts; but it is undoubtedly its large collection of paintings which has given it fame worldwide. It houses more than 8;600 paintings; of which they exhibit less than 2;000 because of lack of space available. Many museums throughout the world have less artistic riches in their halls than the Prado Museum has in storage.Royal Palace<br>We assure you that this palace is no country housea With 870 windows; 240 balconies; 44 sets of stairs and 110 doors; it maintains its janitors pretty busy during the week. The building occupies a square area of 135;000 meters; the same as the old Alcazar of the Hapsburgs; which in the Christmas of 1734 was destroyed by a fire. Four years later during the reign of Ferdinand VI; construction began following the plans drawn by Juan Bautista Sachetti with the collaboration of Ventura Rodriguez; Sabatini; and Father Scirmiento. But this time the only wood was that of the doors. Not even the ceiling of the vaults is flammablea They did not want anything to do with fire.Puerta del Sol Square<br>The Puerta del Sol is the heart of the city. This is in theory the starting point of all roads in Spain (they call it the zero kilometer). Around this bustling and gigantic junction of 8 streets are a large number of shops and interesting places to visit including the Plaza Mayor (plaza means square).Royal Theatre<br>The Royal theatre has just been re-built.It;s placed in front of the Orient Palace;also called the Royal Palace; so the kings don;t have to walk too much to see the 3 tenedores singing.