Only You Hotel & Lounge Madrid

Only You Hotel & Lounge Madrid offers the opportunity to have a unique and exclusive experience. You will find a place, a place where incredible things happen which you will like to share, and having you playing a main role. In the heart of the capital, in a completely refurbished Palace, dating from XIX century will be home to our hotel, design for you.

Calle Barquillo, 21, 28004, Madrid – Spain 28004 Madrid.
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Only YOU Boutique Hotel
Only YOU Boutique Hotel
4.5 out of 5 stars
10 reviews
Calle del Barquillo
21, 28004 Madrid, Spain
910 05 22 22
Only YOU Boutique Hotel
Annemarie Williamson
5 out of 5 stars
Love this hotel. Staff are very helpful room was comfortable with separate hallway, bathroom, cupboard room and bedroom. There is a lounge area, bar area,...
Only YOU Boutique Hotel
Kevin Hong
5 out of 5 stars
Beautiful and cozy room. We stayed on the fourth floor in an interior room and it was wonderful. Door and reception staff were friendly and attentive. The...
Only YOU Boutique Hotel
Robert Garner
5 out of 5 stars
Only YOU Boutique hotel is very well located in central Madrid, being 15 minutes walk from many of the highlights of the city centre. There are three...
Only YOU Boutique Hotel
Amanda Chin
5 out of 5 stars
Amazing boutique hotel. So centrally located with beautiful decor and fantastic staff. Ivan greeted us in the AM and got us taxis to and from the airport and...
Only YOU Boutique Hotel
Sergei Golubev
5 out of 5 stars
Friendly and very accommodating staff. Clean, spacious and modern rooms. Lobby areas of different styles are an eye-candy and have a great vibe. Great...

Must see in Madrid

El Retiro Park

This inexperienced oasis at the heart of Madrid has 125 hectares and houses over 15,000 trees and shrubs. From a botanical perspective, the recreation area 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 only the lungs of Madrid, but offers ethnical, 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 Wine glass Palace, an enchanting pavilion intended to house a assortment of exotic vegetation for the Philippine Exhibition of 1887, is one of the key types of cast-iron structures in Spain.

Furthermore, the retreat shelters fantastic sculptures and fountains such as: the Monument to Alfonso XII by architect José Grasés Riera; the Reserve of Ferdinand VII, located at the spot of O’Donnell and Menéndez Pelayo pavements, which include the Casa del Pescador; the manufactured hill; and the Casa del Contrabandista (previously, Florida Playground banquet hall) which confers an enchanting air; the statue of the fallen angel, the sole sculpture on the globe representing the devil; and the Galápagos Fountain intended to commemorate the labor and birth of Isabel II.

Alcala Gate

The gate was built by Sabatini in 1778 within the town adornment restorations advertised by Charles III. It really is manufactured from granite and it is a great exemplory case of proportion, tranquility, and beauty. The Ruler commissioned the task to Sabatini to be able to commemorate his appearance at the administrative centre in 1759. The gate was located at the access of the town, next to the Alcal? de Henares highway, that it received its name.

Sabatini designed a framework comprising five arches, three of these half-point and another two, located at the ends, by means of an architrave. The opportunities are flanked by ten columns with modern Ionic capitals, finishing in cornices crowned by an attic, and they’re set up on the bottom part at both factors of the monument. Privately facing Cibeles, you can view that the columns, aside from those that beautify the central arch, have been substituted by pilasters.

Robert de Michel created the ornaments that enhance the Gate. They focus on the embossed cornucopias positioned in the starting friezes on the ends and the lion minds of the three central opportunities. Finally, the jacket of royal hands is recognized by a Popularity and a Genius, created by Francisco Guti?rrez. At both edges of the monument and over the attic, an inscription reads “Rege Carlo III/ Anno/MDCCLXXVIII”

Puerta del Sol

Central and bustling, Puerta del Sol is one of Madrid’s most widely known squares. Several active 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 custom 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 streets are assessed and alongside which many Spanish holidaymakers have their photographs used 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. A similar image looks on the city’s layer of arms.

On the contrary area, at the access to Calle Arenal, is the “Mariblanca” statue of Venus, a imitation of the seventeenth hundred years original which used to adorn a fountain located here, now performed 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.

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