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.
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13, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Must see in Madrid
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
Real Madrid is one of our own city's three professional sports teams, as well as Atl?tico de Madrid and Rayo Vallecano. Holder of multiple Western european and international game titles, the club starts its doorways 363 days yearly for basketball and sports enthusiasts to explore its traditional stadium, mandatory on your visit to Madrid.
Named following the club's legendary chief executive who going Real Madrid between 1943 and 1978, the Santiago Bernabeu stadium was opened up in 1947. It has a convenience of 81,044, 245 VIP bins and four restaurants (La Esquina, Puerta 57, Real Café Bernabéu and Zen Market, most of them shut down during fits).
Paseo del ArteThis area, known in British as the Skill Walk, boasts art work and beauty as you will see nowhere else on earth. Along a stretch out of just over one kilometre, you will discover the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofia Museum, and a range of other establishments and buildings really worth visiting.
Sorolla MuseumThe Sorolla Museum, which keeps the initial atmosphere of the house and studio room of the painter, Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida (Valencia, 1863 – Cercedilla, 1923), homes the greatest assortment of his works. It really is one of the artist's most satisfactory and best conserved homes in Europe and its own garden, that was also created by him, is a treasured oasis in the town.
Situated in the Chamberi neighbourhood, the Museum was made at the submission of his widow, Clotilde García del Castillo, who in her previous will and testament donated her properties to the Spanish House in order to invest in a museum in ram of her man. This Museum hosts almost all of the things Sorolla accumulated throughout his life. The artist's work predominates, typically paintings and drawings, which is the greatest & most representative such collection around.
It originates from donations from his partner and children and was enlarged in 1951 when Joaquín Sorolla García, Sorolla's boy, donated most of his property. Since 1982, the collection is continuing to grow with purchases created by the Spanish Condition, in attempts to complete it.
Sorolla gathered a great many other things that precede the things from the Museum's collection. A couple of sculptures, ceramics, popular jewellery, traditional photographs, and a substantial anthology of characters received by the painter throughout his life.