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.
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21, 28004 Madrid, Spain
Interesting places in Madrid
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
Real Madrid is one in our 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 entrances 363 days yearly for basketball and sports followers to explore its ancient 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 exposed in 1947. It has a convenience of 81,044, 245 VIP containers and four restaurants (La Esquina, Puerta 57, Real Café Bernabéu and Zen Market, most of them shut down during fits).
The Cibeles Fountain, created in 1782 and located in its current location since 1895, is finished up loaning its name to 1 of the very most emblematic squares of Madrid. It has additionally become a sign of the administrative centre. The Fountain depicts the Roman goddess of the same name (Cybele in British), icon of the planet earth, agriculture, and fertility, atop a chariot attracted by lions.
It is found in the centre of the Plaza de Cibeles which is bounded by the grand complexes of the Buenavista Palace (the Army's Basic Head office), the Linares Palace (Casa de América), the Palace of Marketing communications (recently the POSTOFFICE headquarters and the Mayor of Madrid's Office) and the lender of Spain. The goddess and the lions were sculpted in crimson marble from the city of Montesclaros (Toledo), and the others in rock from Redueña, a location 32 kilometers to the north of Madrid, near the La Cabrera hill range.
Francisco Gutiérrez sculpted the key shape, the goddess Cybele. Both lions, sculpted by French sculptor Roberto Michel, yank the chariot. The lions stand for the mythological heroes Hippomenes and Atalanta. The Fountain had not been only an creative monument. From its origins, it was also very helpful to the residents of Madrid. It experienced two standpipes which were in procedure until 1862. One tube provided drinking water for the state water service providers, usually Asturians and Galicians, who taken drinking water to the residences. The other was for everyone. Horses drank from the basin.
The goddess is also an icon for Real Madrid F.C. followers, as the mugs the Madrid team wins are celebrated with her, as will be the successes of the Spanish Country wide Football Team.
El Retiro Park
This 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 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 A glass palaces, both used today as exhibition halls. The Wine glass Palace, an enchanting pavilion intended to house a assortment of exotic plant life for the Philippine Exhibition of 1887, is one of the key types of cast-iron structures in Spain.
Furthermore, the retreat shelters remarkable sculptures and fountains such as: the Monument to Alfonso XII by architect José Grasés Riera; the Reserve of Ferdinand VII, located at the place of O'Donnell and Menéndez Pelayo pavements, 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 only real sculpture on the globe representing the devil; and the Galápagos Fountain intended to commemorate the delivery of Isabel II.