The Look & Experience:
This historic hotel which dates back to 1908 is a revelation. Get ready to stay in an unparalleled location, receive impeccable service and enjoy the lavish design.
Bed & Bath:
The elegant guestrooms at the AC Palacio Del Retiro offer fantastic views and are decked out with all designer furnishings.
About your Stay:
Come and enjoy a romantic stay in this opulent five star hotel in the centre of the Spanish capital. This 50 room luxury hotel is where guests will enjoy a unique Madrid experience.
Kick off your arrival in Madrid with a five star meal and drinks in the Suite Bar. As the The historic AC Palacio Del Retiro hotel sits at the centre of it all, it is just a short hop from Madrid’s famous sights including Le Plaza Mayor, Le Gran Via, Madrid’s Royal Palace and some of the city’s most famous museums. After a fun day sightseeing be pampered in the Spa Palacio del Retiro, work out in the state-of-the art Fitness Centre or relax in the chic whirlpool.
Later enjoy a night tour of the city and enjoy a night cap in one of the many wine bars located throughout the city. This palatial home that was built in the early 20th Century is sure to be a key component in staying in this hotel. Enjoy the history that lives throughout this five-star hotel.
At the Hotel:
Sits at the centre of it all
The Suite Bar
Stay in a historic building
Steps from Madrid's famous museums
Cool space and atmosphere
Spa Palacio del Retiro
Private parking costs EUR 38.72 per day
Pets are not allowed
17 minutes from Madrid Airport
Be in the Know:
Marmo bar in Hotel Puerta America is one bar that is not to be missed. This visually striking bar is known for its stylish white leather seats where guests can sip cocktails to the sound of piano music or maybe experience the outdoor terrace which makes the bar look bigger than it really is.
The modern design is there for all to see but it is a fantastic spot to start your Madrid holiday.
The Reporter is the perfect tonic for a mid-day tipple in the heart of Madrid. Why not sit back, relax and enjoy the sophistication at the Reporter.
If you love paella you should definitely visit the La Barraca Restaurant, Calle Reina which is one of Madrid’s famous paella restaurants. The restaurant was founded in 1935 and 80 years later it is still producing the best Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine in the capital. To avoid disappointment you are highly recommended to book your table.
Come and enjoy a delightful meal at Botin Restaurant on Calle Cuchilleros, which is famous for being the oldest restaurant in the world, well according to the Guinness Book of Records anyway. Housed in a historic 19th Century building, in Madrid’s old city, you shouldn’t miss the opportunity of experiencing it for yourself. Try the roast suckling pig or the roast lamb (cordero asado), which are two specialities of the restaurant.
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