Best View

Temple of Debod

One of the best views of the Royal Palace and the Amudena Cathedral is from Temple of Debod, an ancient Egyptian temple that was a present from Egypt to Spain. Paseo del Pintor Rosales.

Best Restaurant Classic
El Rincon De Esteban
Serving classic Spanish cuisine since 1993, this city favorite is known for its “Manda huevos,” a dish named in honor of a local politician.
(+34-91) 429-92-89;
Museum Must-See
Museo Del Prado
This world-famous museum is home to many Spanish treasures, including more than 140 paintings by Francisco de Goya. Look for stunning works by Vermeer and Watteau as well. (34-91) 330-2800;
Best Cultural Secret
Don Quixote
The first edition of this all-time classic is located at the National Library. Biblioteca Nacional, Pº de Recoletos, 20-22.
Best Activity/Excursion
Royal Botanic Gardens
The gardens boast 30,000 plant species from all over the world and also have a stunning collection of miniature trees. Plaza de Murillo.
Top Day Trip
El Escorial
A visit here is a must. Located about 20 miles (55 km) from Madrid, this gigantic granite palace was built by Felipe II on the slopes of the Guadarrama.
Best One-Stop Shop
Chocolatería San Ginés
This shop has served hot chocolate and churros since 1894 and still draws thousands. The interior is decorated with mirrors and green wood panels, as well as with green velvet seats and marble tables. Asadizo de San Ginés, 5.
Top Architecture Find
Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
Real Madrid's home is also one of the world's most modern soccer venues. It’s a spectacle to behold. Avda de Conchaespina, 1;


Gran Meliá Fénix

Madrid, Spain

Uniquely situated on the Plaza de Colón, the Gran Meliá Fénix is a reference of the finest in the city´s hotel industry. Its magnificent location in the exclusive Salamanca neighborhood, in the heart of the financial district and surrounded by the famous streets of Serrano, Velázquez, Goya and on the Paseo of la Castellana, allows guests to easily reach the city´s most emblematic attractions. It is only a 10 minute walk from the famous Gran Vía and the most important museums of the city: the Prado, the Reina Sofía and the Thyssen.

Since its opening in 1953 the Hotel has welcomed the most prestigious guests including David Beckam, Bill Clinton, Gary Grant or the Beatles on their first visit to the city. Always an example of unsurpassed attention to its guests, currently it incorporates the most contemporary form of understanding to the guest´s experience with its Red Glove Service, new additions, and exclusive spaces dedicated to the most discerning guests such as the new Red Level Lounge.

Its famous Suites, with their own terrace and whirlpool, and its new Red Level Club featuring Clarins amenities, Open Bar with Moët Chandon, Nespresso coffee machines and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet connection, makes the Gran Meliá Fénix a landmark of the city.

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Hotel Villa Magna

Madrid, Spain

After an extensive renovation, the Hotel Villa Magna embodies the fashionable side of Madrid. Surrounded by the city’s main shopping streets, the hotel has long attracted a stylish crowd, including many famous Hollywood Oscar winners. The classic style blends perfectly with contemporary facilities in this unique place. Villa Magna boasts luxurious rooms and suites in the heart of Madrid.

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