Adler Hotel, Madrid

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Adler Hotel Location

Adler Hotel Madrid.Set at the intersection of two of Madrid's most distinguised thoroughfares, Velázquez and Goya Streets. This is the Salamanca district, in Madrid's City centre: the designer fashion area next to Plaza Colon, and a few blocks to the Prado museum.

Address: Calle Velazquez 33, Goya 31 - Madrid, 28001, Spain

Adler Hotel Landmarks

  • Puerta de Alcala 500.0M

    Example of commeorative architecture in Madrid

  • Retiro Park 300.0M

    The most important park in Madrid with an small lake

  • The Golden Triangle of Art
  • Prado Museum 800.0M

    One of the best galleries in the world

Adler Hotel Transports

  • Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD), 20 min, 6.2 mi or 10 km 12.0KM (25 min)

    Directions: By Car: to city center, Velazquez Street By Bus: Velazquez Hours: 7 to 22 Cost: 1 euro By Taxi Hours: 24 hours Cost: on rqst By Shuttle Hours: 24 hours Cost: on rqst By Metro: Velazquez Hours: 7 to 22 Cost: 1 euro By Train: Atocha

  • Atocha railway station. 1.0KM (10 min)

    Directions: By Car: to city center

  • Velázquez station (line 4) is 2 minutes walking. 100.0M (1 min)

    Directions: By Car: city center

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Madrid

Madrid, Spain The grand capital of Spain, vibrant and imposing, immortalized in Almodovar's genial and eclectic movies. Its nightlife is legendary. El Prado Quarter is the home to one of the greatest museums in the world, El Prado, and many other important art galleries. Puerta del Sol and the Lavapiés district are filled with restaurants, bars, and cafes. Madrid hosts a number of first class cultural venues. The Old Quarter with the Plaza Mayor at its center, the array of tapas bars, and the Barrio Salamanca, is known for its elegance. The hearth of the theater district is the Plaza Santa Ana, characterized by the statue of Pedro Calderon de la Barca. Visit the historical church of San Nicholas, one of the oldest buildings of Madrid.

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