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At Room Mate Hotels, we love having satisfied guests who leave with a smile from ear to ear, which is why we tell you about the best things to do in the city. We share information that locals are privy to and the places you should visit for a truly authentic Madrid experience.

Stay with us and enjoy Madrid in a downtown location that is a stone’s throw away from everything. These are our hotels. Which one do you prefer?

Plaza Pedro Zerolo, 12

Room Mate Oscar at the edge of the Gran Via, between Fuencarral and Barquillo streets, in one of the most luminous plazas of Madrid’s downtown. The hotel is located in a building with rationalist style reminiscent of the Bauhaus movement. Room Mate Oscar offers 74 rooms from which you can enjoy spectacular views of downtown Madrid.

Calle Campomanes, 4

Room Mate Mario is located in Madrid’s city center, which is full of history and excitement, not to mention excellent restaurants. We’re very close to the Gran Vía. And the Royal Palace is within easy walking distance. Love the opera? Good news: You’re 50 meters away from one of the most important opera houses in Spain.

Calle Prado, 2

Room Mate Alicia is located on the Plaza de Santa Ana, in Madrid’s Las Letras neighborhood, which is right in the city center. Terrazas (sidewalk cafés) abound in the plaza and nearby streets, and they’re a perfect place to enjoy Spanish tapas and an ice-cold beer.

Travesía de Trujillos, 3

Room Mate Laura is located in Las Descalzas neighborhood of Madrid, a place full of history, art and traditional restaurants. We’re just a short walk from Puerta del Sol and the bohemian neighborhood of La Latina. Right in the heart of Madrid. The boutique hotel boasts 37 rooms, all of which are beautiful. Be sure to check out our luminous attics and two-level rooms – they’re really something special.

Calle de Huertas 16

Room Mate Alba has a wonderful location on calle de las Huertas, one of the most important pedestrian streets in the center of Madrid, characterized by emblematic literary quotes engraved along the path. There are a number of gastronomic and cultural options a just steps away, as it is next to the famous Golden Triangle of Art comprised of the Museo del Prado, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, and Museo Reina Sofía. And don't worry about your obligatory visit to Puerta del Sol, calle Gran Vía, and Plaza Mayor; they’re only a 5-minute walk away.

Calle Gran Vía, 43

Right on the Gran Via you’ll find Room Mate Macarena - Gran Vía, a modern design hotel in the heart of the city, among thousands of lights and the charming buildings of Madrid. Just a few meters from the main spots of interest such as the Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol and Templo de Debod, it is also surrounded by theaters, bars and restaurants where you can experience traditional Spanish cuisine, and, if you need, just one minute from the Callao metro stop.

  • Parque del Retiro (Retiro Park)

    And you thought that big cities are completely devoid of green areas! The Retiro Park is the city’s green lung and a favorite for joggers, skaters, yoga enthusiasts, etc. Madrid´s residents love this park and its pond, and in case you didn’t know, it also houses a lovely Crystal Palace, which is a popular venue for exhibits. You MUST explore the Retiro!

  • Gran Vía and its theaters

    It’s known as Madrid’s Broadway, but Gran Vía is just as enticing. This is one of the most emblematic streets in Madrid, chock-full of history and famous buildings, such as the Metrópolis (you know, the one that always appears in postcards, with an angel on its dome). You can go shopping at the countless stores or take in a movie, but what best defines this avenue is the number of theaters staging musicals, the latest plays, and the great classics. It also has a modern touch of light and color, creating a Little New York right in the heart of Madrid.

  • Palacio Real (Royal Palace)

    An interesting fact is that although this is a royal palace, the King and Queen do not actually live here. However, this is a stop you shouldn’t miss. It has a fantastic location in front of the Casa de Campo. Its gardens and balconies offer gorgeous views of the lush vegetation and peaceful atmosphere, and the impressive halls will take your breath away. Who wouldn’t want to live here? We would settle for just the views!

  • Museo del Prado (Prado Museum)

    If you love art, then seek no further;Madrid´s paintings are right up there with the best. Be sure to visit this museum located in the Art Triangle, near the Thyssen and the Reina Sofía, right on the Paseo del Prado. A leisurely stroll to this museum is a joy in and of itself. Aside from the permanent collection, it never ceases to surprise visitors with temporary exhibits of the best artists in the world. This is without a doubt an outstanding museum.

  • Plaza Mayor

    Before it became a great city, Madrid was a village, and like any town, it had a town square. But did you know that the main hub was the Plaza de la Villa, and not the Plaza Mayor? This Renaissance and picturesque square is full of life and outdoor terraces. We recommend checking it out, but avoid the tourist traps. The bars are expensive and locals never eat there. It is definitely worth visiting, but take our advice and don’t be deceived!

  • Beers and outdoor terraces in La Latina

    Now this is a place where you can eat! La Latina is a traditional neighborhood with countless bars and dining establishments. Locals come here for beers and tapas, especially on Sundays at lunchtime. Aside from the fact that the food is pretty tasty, you’ll love the atmosphere. Be sure to include this in your travel plans!

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