To know Madrid and its surroundings, all you need is a curious mind, adventurous spirit, good walking shoes, and great friends to show you the way.
Between the glory of the Royal Palace and masterpieces at the Prado and Reina Sofia museums, Madrid is home to plenty of stunning attractions, but the true magic lies in the people and the colorful lives they create for themselves among the hustle and bustle. Lose yourself in a long lunch with new Madrileño friends on a terrace, or chat with vendors as you pick up fresh produce at the open market before you prepare a meal with a local chef. Venture out to nearby Toledo to learn about the Christian, Muslim and Jewish communities that shaped our history, or live a fairytale in the magical castles of Segovia.
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Popular accommodations in Madrid
Marked by its impressive architecture and striking art deco style, Hotel Urban is an absolute marvel. The hotel enjoys an ideal location in the cultural and financial center of Madrid near major museums, restaurants, and shops. Rooms and suites are marked by meticulous attention to detail, and cater to the utmost comfort of guests. Premium gastronomy, leisurely amenities, and an ancient art collection are just a few of the features that set Hotel Urban apart.
Catalonia Las Cortes Hotel
Completely refurbished, while still exuding the charm of its 18th century origins, Catalonia Las Cortes is full of character. Enjoy a relaxing and luxurious stay with easy access to the bustling center of Spain's capital.
Hotel Atlantico is housed in an ornate historical building. It is located on Gran Via, the city's most known street, and is moments from main attractions such as museums, shops, theaters, and restaurants. The roof terrace offers stunning city views and a leisurely ambience. Elegant and iconic, passersby often admire the neoclassical facade, which reflects Madrid's rich history as the cultural center of Spain.