Madrid is waiting for you!
Located in the heart of Madrid, in the Arts District, close to the main museums of the city. Free wifi, great breakfast, family rooms, perfect for your stay.
Experts in the city
The Hotel Madrid Atocha offers a team of experts in the city of Madrid who will help and advise you on everything you can do and see during your stay in Madrid.
Gastronomy, leisure, culture, sport, shopping…The entire city within your reach
TOUR THROUGH THE ARTS QUARTER
- The tour starts in Plaza de Santa Ana where there are a multitude of bars and cafés, heirs to the tavern tradition of the area: The Café del Príncipe was famous for its social gatherings, here Larra and Espronceda would meet up, and La Alemana was visited by famous writers such as Jardiel, Valle Inclán and Ernest Hemingway.
- The tour continues through Plaza del Angel passing by the Café Central, the city’s jazz temple. Then we go down San Sebastian street towards the Church of San Sebastian. In its registers we can see the recorded births, weddings and deaths of many prominent figures such as Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Vélez de Guevara, Espronceda, Iriarte, Moratín, Bécquer and Benavente.
MY MADRID WITH THE FAMILY TOUR
- The tourism expert at the Hotel Madrid Atocha recommends several places to visit with your family during your stay in Madrid
- The Zoo Aquarium is located within the Casa de Campo. You can reach it easily by taking the Line 5 metro (the green line) to the Casa de Campo stop
- From the Cable Car you can see Madrid from the air. You can get to the Cable Car by taking the metro to Casa de Campo or to Rosales(Line 5)
- We also recommend Madrid’s theme park, Faunia and Xanadú
TOUR THROUGH LA LATINA AND EL RASTRO
- The experts at Hotel Madrid Atocha recommend discovering the Latina quarter as it forms part of the centre of the city and occupies much of the so-called Madrid of the Austrias
- The best places to visit are Plaza Mayor, Plaza de Puerta Cerrada and Plaza de la Paja, Calle Segovia, El Rastro, the Latina quarter, Madrid of the Austrias…
- The origins of Plaza Mayor date back to the 15th century when it was the site of the town’s main market. In the centre of the square is the 1848 equestrian statue of Felipe III. We recommend walking around the square under its arcades and then leaving it through the Arco de Cuchilleros (the most famous of the nine arches). The great height of this arch is due to the difference in level between Plaza Mayor and the Cava de San Miguel. Going down the steps, we can see the oldest restaurant in the world, the “Sobrino de Botín” which dates from 1725
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