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NYX Hotel Madrid

Calle del Aviador Zorita 34, 28020 Madrid
Close to a shopping area
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Free Wi-Fi
Breakfast
Parking
Bar
Rooftop Pool
Pets allowed
Meetings
24-hour front desk
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Leonardo Boutique Hotel Madrid

Calle de Vallehermoso 65, 28015 Madrid
5 minutes from Canal metro station
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Free Wi-Fi
Breakfast
Parking
Non-smoking hotel
Accessibility
Air-conditioning
24-hour front desk
Flat-screen TV
Safety deposit box
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Leonardo Hotel Madrid City Center

Calle de Alberto Aguilera 18, 28015 Madrid
Located in the city centre
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Madrid

The Spanish capital of Madrid is a beautiful, elegant city, home to wide, tree-lined boulevards and manicured parklands as well as world-class art, beautiful architecture and a vibrant culinary scene. There’s plenty to do when the sun sets: in Madrid, things kick off late, with dinner no earlier than 9pm, going on into the early hours. If you’re looking for a Madrid hotel, NYX Madrid, Leonardo Boutique Hotel Madrid and Leonardo Hotel Madrid City Center are convenient, stylish accommodation options.

Get your bearings

Start your trip with a visit to the Royal Palace of Madrid, the official residence of Spain’s royal family. Admire the wonderful baroque architecture before checking out the armoury room, packed with historic royal armour. Across town, and also created for the royals, El Retiro Park offers visitors to the city the chance to get back to nature, with a peaceful lake complete with rowing boats and a peacock garden.

Don’t miss

Mingle with local Madrileños in the lively Salamanca neighbourhood, packed with cocktail bars, pubs and clubs. Later, catch a traditional flamenco show in Madrid’s famous Corral de la Morería flamenco house, or make a night of it by booking a table for dinner, drinks and a show at the ever-popular Café de Chinitas on Calle de Torija, near Gran Vía.

While you’re there

Get a taste of local gastronomy by visiting Mercado de San Miguel, a covered historic food market in the centre of the city. Browse stalls piled high with everything from local fruit and vegetables to serrano meats and cheeses, or sit down for a glass of local wine with plates of perfectly prepared tapas. If the weather’s cool, bundle up and head for one of the many cafes serving cups of Spain’s famous hot chocolate with sugar-coated churros.

 

The Spanish capital of Madrid is a beautiful, elegant city, home to wide, tree-lined boulevards and manicured parklands as well as world-class art, beautiful architecture and a vibrant culinary scene. There’s plenty to do when the sun sets: in Madrid, things kick off late, with dinner no earlier than 9pm, going on into the early hours. If you’re looking for a Madrid hotel, NYX Madrid, Leonardo Boutique Hotel Madrid and Leonardo Hotel Madrid City Center are convenient, stylish accommodation options.

Get your bearings

Start your trip with a visit to the Royal Palace of Madrid, the official residence of Spain’s royal family. Admire the wonderful baroque architecture before checking out the armoury room, packed with historic royal armour. Across town, and also created for the royals, El Retiro Park offers visitors to the city the chance to get back to nature, with a peaceful lake complete with rowing boats and a peacock garden.

Don’t miss

Mingle with local Madrileños in the lively Salamanca neighbourhood, packed with cocktail bars, pubs and clubs. Later, catch a traditional flamenco show in Madrid’s famous Corral de la Morería flamenco house, or make a night of it by booking a table for dinner, drinks and a show at the ever-popular Café de Chinitas on Calle de Torija, near Gran Vía.

While you’re there

Get a taste of local gastronomy by visiting Mercado de San Miguel, a covered historic food market in the centre of the city. Browse stalls piled high with everything from local fruit and vegetables to serrano meats and cheeses, or sit down for a glass of local wine with plates of perfectly prepared tapas. If the weather’s cool, bundle up and head for one of the many cafes serving cups of Spain’s famous hot chocolate with sugar-coated churros.