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Vibrant and unique. Madrid never sleeps.

Live it like a local.
We reveal you what to do in Madrid through several experiences designed by “local gurus” to enjoy the authenticity of the capital.

Select the labels and discover activities that may interest you.

Serrano street

High-end shopping in Madrid is synonymous with Barrio de Salamanca and the famous Golden Mile. National and international designers entice you into exclusive big-name stores and stylish boutiques

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Salesas district

One of the most sophisticated areas of the capital city, located near the Salamanca district and only ten minutes walking distance from the hotel.

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Habsburg District

Madrid first became the capital in the 16th century, a period in which Spain experienced its Golden Age.

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Madrid city center

City Center is district number 1 and is divided in 6 neighborhoods: Palacio, Embajadores, Cortes, Justiica, Universidad and Sol.

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Madrid gardens

Most recommended are Principe de Anglona Garden, Sabatini Gardens, Debod Temple and Plaza de España Park.

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The Retiro Park

This green oasis in the centre of Madrid has125 hectares and is home to over 15,000 trees.

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Platea

Platea, located within 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel, a culinary reference in Madrid and the biggest Gastronomic Multi-Space in Europe.

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San Miguel market

The Mercado de San Miguel is an historic and monumental market infused with literary retrospect located in the heart of Madrid’s old quarter, an area with genuine personality and endless shopping, cultural and entertainment options.

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San Anton market

San Antón Market, recently inaugurated in the heart of the Chueca neighbourhood, never fails to amaze. The market is spread across three floors, the first focusing on perishable goods, with stalls selling a wide range of products from cured meats to quality hamburgers and fruit and vegetables.

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