Next to the Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Reina Sofía, CaixaForum and the Círculo de Bellas Artes. Cibeles, Las Cortes, Plaza Mayor and Sol.
The District of the Letters takes its name in homage to the great writers who inhabited its streets in Century of Gold. Cervantes, Quevedo or Lope de Vega ... The charm of its pedestrian streets and its many shops and restaurants make it especially lively, yet elegant and without excessive noise.
The building is from the late nineteenth century renovated and with elevator. Very cozy and quiet.
88 m² Recently renovated, it opens as a tourist accommodation.
The flat consists of two bedrooms en suite with full baths, one with bath and one with shower. Full kitchen. Spacious living room.
Full equipped. With all appliances, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, iron, hair dryer ...
It is elegant, comfortable and quiet. The sofa bed is 1. 30m easy to open and available upon request.
I offer coffee capsules, tea, infusions, Cola Cao, juices, milk, sugar, buns and sweets ... everything you need for a good breakfast.
Also, to prepare something to eat, it has olive oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, soda, beers ......
There is a porter from 9am to 2pm and from 5pm to 8pm from Monday to Friday
If you want, I can pick you up and take you to the airport or station. Give them the directions you need from the city. Help you with public transport. Recommend restaurants, shops, shows. Count on me for what you need. I will leave maps of the city, the transports and the most important points of interest.
You will find reading about the most relevant attractions of Madrid and other Spanish cities.
There is a map of the world in which the guests leave a record of their country of origin and a map of the area so that you locate the points of interest without problem.
The building is very beautiful inside and out, S XIX but renovated and with elevator, although it maintains the flavor of its era. It is a quiet neighbors community, so you have to avoid noisy events.
You will find the written instructions, the key WIFI (optical fiber), operation of the electrical appliances, etc. Anyway, there is a doorman who can lend a hand if you need.
The District of the Letters takes its name in homage to the great writers who inhabited its streets in Century of Gold. Cervantes, Quevedo or Lope de Vega passed through this area between the Paseo del Prado and the Plaza de Santa Ana, one of the most popular in Madrid because of the charm of its pedestrian streets and its many shops and restaurants that make it especially lively. weekends.
From the Plaza de Santa Ana, famous for its terraces and tapas bars, streets like the one in Huertas, whose cobblestones are engraved by great writers in Castilian, slope down to the Paseo del Prado. It is precisely in Lope de Vega Street, in the church of San Ildefonso (Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians), a commemorative plaque remembers that in an undetermined place of the building rests the remains of the author of The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha, Miguel de Cervantes. Not far from there we find the house-museum of the great playwright Lope de Vega - curiously on Cervantes Street - which is also buried in the neighborhood, in the church of San Sebastián (Calle Atocha).
One of the favorite quotes from the regulars is the Frog Market. On the first Saturday of each month, local merchants take their products to the streets, decorate their windows and offer special promotions, while concerts and street theater enliven the atmosphere.
Metro stations nearby (less than 7 'on foot): Bank, Sevilla, Sol, Atocha. Crowd of buses. Stop of the 2 'City Tour in Neptune. Walk to Plaza Mayor 11 ', to Sol 7', Museo del Prado 5 ', Thyssen-Bornemisza 2', Las Cortes 1 '
It is surrounded by restaurants, taverns and cafés of the most pleasant.
The nearest train station is Atocha, less than 10 min. walking.
Nearby metro stations, Banco, Sevilla, Sol and Atocha
The express bus from the airport stops at Cibeles, 5 min.
By taxi from the airport, there is a flat rate of 30 euros
I can pick you up at the airport or at the train station
The area is restricted access for vehicles (residents only), but you can leave the car in the parking of Las Cortes, 1 min. walking.