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The largest city in Spain, Madrid has a significant history and the most extensive cultural offering in the country. Almost every afternoon there is something going on in the streets and stepping out for tapas is a must. We've chosen the best suggestions so you can discover the most iconic and unusual places to get the most out of your time at our hotels in Madrid [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Madrid

There’s no better place to start your visit from the hotels in Madrid than Kilometre Zero in Puerta del Sol, considered the most famous square in the city. Did you know this is where all the main highways in Spain start from? The square is home to the El Oso y el Madroño (The Bear and the Apple Tree) statue, the symbol that features on the city's coat of arms, opposite the Real Casa de Correos, today the City Council building. 

After this, make your way to the Teatro Real theatre which is famous for its operas. Close by is the Royal Palace, the former residence of the monarchs, where you can visit Sabatini Gardens, andAlmudena Cathedral. Walk along calle Mayor until you come to the Madrid de los Austrias neighbourhood. On Plaza Mayor you can soak up the most characteristic ambiance of the city at this square which was originally Madrid’s main market.

Some of Europe’s leading museums are located on Paseo del Prado, also known as Paseo del Arte. Art buffs will love the world-famous Prado Museum. Give yourself enough time to see it properly. Continue walking along the Paseo to the Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofía museums. At the end of the Paseo is the Cibeles Fountain, known for being the place to celebrate Real Madrid’s sporting triumphs, and Puerta de Alcalá, one of the five entranceways into the city in olden times. Beside it, El Retiro park is the premier green space in town, with extensive gardens and a lake where you can relax in the heart of the urban bustle.  

Heading back along Gran Vía, you’ll see the more commercial and touristy side of Madrid, with music shows, theatres and cinemas that light up the city every evening, as well as a large variety of hotels in Madrid. Plaza de España has a fountain and monument dedicated to Miguel de Cervantes.

To end your tour of Madrid, pop into the enigmaticTemple of Debod, a gift from Egypt for helping save some of its temples. Here you can relax and enjoy a romantic sunset.

The city’s cuisine has Castilian influences, with hearty, flavoursome dishes you can find in the hotels in Madrid. We recommend you try the cocido madrileño (Madrid stew) tapas and tripe. If you prefer a baguette, the fried squid one is very typical. For breakfast, or dessert if you have any room left, try churros (fried dough pastry) with hot chocolate, huesos del santo marzipan tubes and torrijas (fried milk toast).

You’ll find Catalonia Hotels & Resorts hotels in Madrid with a spa, jacuzzi and pool on the terrace for a romantic evening. Have you made up your mind?
 

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Atocha, 81 | 0.8 Km / Centre
Jacuzzi Terrace Downtown
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Goya, 49 | 2.4 Km / Centre
Historical building Commercial area Downtown
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Gran Vía, 7-9 | 0.5 Km / Centre
Downtown Jacuzzi Pool and spa
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Prado, 6 | 0.4 Km / Centre
Free snack Historical building Downtown
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Atocha, 36 | 0.5 Km / Centre
Modern Gym Downtown
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Atocha, 23 | 0.4 Km / Centre
Quality/Price Close to Metro Downtown
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What to do in Madrid

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    Plaza Mayor

    Located in the old part of Madrid, this is a beautiful porticoed rectangular plaza. Plaza Mayor is an important tourist point with a great vibe, along with stamp and coin collectors’ stalls. See Casa de la Panadería, Arco de Cuchilleros and the Statue of Philip III.
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    Plaza de Santa Ana

    In the Las Letras neighbourhood, home to some of Spain's literary greats from the Golden Age, Plaza de Santa Ana boasts a commemorative statue of the poet Federico García Lorca and playwright Calderón de la Barca, along with a very famous café.
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    Paseo del Prado

    Also known as Paseo del Arte, the elegant urban garden with the most history in Madrid is home to the leading museums in Spain, including the Prado and the Thyssen, along with other landmarks and places of interest.
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