Only YOU Hotel Atocha
The hotel is in a central area of Madrid, on the Paseo Infanta Isabel opposite the Puerta de Atocha train station and just a few metres from the Retiro park. Not only is this a beautiful building but it has also been superbly decorated by designer Lázaro Rosa Violán, who has added some ‘rebellious' touches to the décor which is intimate yet welcoming, with some industrial touches. Other big attractions are the common areas and the spectacular roof-top terrace, that make Only You Atocha a landmark meeting point in the city of Madrid. There's so much to do: exhibitions, sport, culture, food and drink… all come together every day in this lively hotel. Get swept away by everything that Only You has waiting for you. Feel completely at home and just go with the flow.
Paseo de la Infanta Isabel 13 28014 Spain.
Access for the disabled
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport
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13, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Must see in Madrid
Las Ventas Bullring/h4>
Predicated on a task by José Espelius, who passed away during its structure, it was completed by Manuel Muñoz Monasterio in 1931 and exposed in the same yr. Las Ventas supports 23,798 supporters and, at 196 legs in size, the world is one of the most significant on earth.
Made in a Neo-Mudéjar style with hand-painted tiles, it stores an important bullfighting museum which illustrates the annals of Las Ventas; it also offers a chapel specialized in the Virgen de Guadalupe and the Virgen de la Paloma, customers of Mexico and Madrid, respectively. The bullring also offers an infirmary prepared with the most advanced technology and two complete operating theatres. Las Ventas Bullring is one of the main on the planet, if not the main, which is here that bullfighters either triumph or fail.
For more information about the emblematic Las Ventas bullring, you'll be able to make a vacationer visit with an audio tracks guide available in 8 dialects (Spanish, British, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian and Chinese language) which goes through the most frequent edges of the monument and its own Taurine Museum. The head to is available throughout the year and tickets can be bought at the Solution Office. Additionally it is possible to be along with a private guide through the visit.
Puerta del SolCentral and bustling, Puerta del Sol is one of Madrid's most widely known squares. Several occupied historical pavements, such as Calle Mayor, Calle Arenal, Calle Alcal? and Calle Preciados, converge here and it includes many of the city's most widely known landmarks.
Among these is the famous clock at Casa de Correos, the head office of the local government of This town. On 31December every year thousands gather before the clock and follow the traditions of eating twelve grapes as it attacks twelve, in a televised wedding ceremony viewed by an incredible number of Spaniards.
In the same place, opposite the Casa de Correos doorway, is the plaque marking Kilometre No, the point that the country's radial highways are assessed and alongside which many Spanish travellers have their photographs considered every day. The Puerta del Sol also includes the statue of the Keep and the Strawberry Tree, precious by local people and a favorite meeting point. The exact same image shows up on the city's jacket of arms.
On the contrary area, at the access to Calle Arenal, is the “Mariblanca” statue of Venus, a reproduction of the seventeenth hundred years original which used to adorn a fountain located here, now kept at the Casa de la Villa. Very near the statue, at the heart of the square, is the equestrian statue of Charles III, the ruler who modernised This town in the eighteenth hundred years with some advancements to the city's system.
El Retiro ParkThis renewable oasis at the heart of Madrid has 125 hectares and houses over 15,000 trees and shrubs. From a botanical viewpoint, the playground includes some very important backyards: the Jardín de Vivaces, the Jardines de Cecilio Rodríguez (traditional gardens of any Andalusian style), the Jardines del Arquitecto Herrero Palacios, the Rose Garden, and the Parterre Francés with the oldest tree in Madrid, a bald cypress that is thought to be 400 years of age.
The Park isn't just the lungs of Madrid, but offers ethnic, leisure, and sport activities to all or any people, those from Madrid and the ones going to. Among its architectural, historical, and popular elements will be the lake for rowing, and the Velázquez and Cup palaces, both used today as exhibition halls. The Goblet Palace, an enchanting pavilion intended to house a assortment of exotic crops for the Philippine Exhibition of 1887, is one of the key types of cast-iron structures in Spain.
Furthermore, the retreat shelters exceptional sculptures and fountains such as: the Monument to Alfonso XII by architect José Grasés Riera; the Reserve of Ferdinand VII, located at the part of O'Donnell and Menéndez Pelayo avenues, which include the Casa del Pescador; the unnatural hill; and the Casa del Contrabandista (previously, Florida Area banquet hall) which confers an enchanting air; the statue of the fallen angel, the sole sculpture on earth representing the devil; and the Galápagos Fountain intended to commemorate the labor and birth of Isabel II.