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Multi-story residential buildings decorated with ornate balconies line the traditional, quiet, and pretty streets of Chamberí. Humble storefronts and neighbourhood taverns are scattered across the lower levels down every block, and here and there, there's a cluster of tables on the sidewalk. It isn't ever crowded, but people are always out, poking into the tiny bakeries, hardware stores, and tobacco shops, or ducking into a bright, unadorned cerveceria to have a coffee or beer by the bar, flip through the paper, and check the sports score. The round Plaza Olavide, where the fairly regular network of streets breaks form, is among the most green and lively spots. Restaurants line its circumference and sought-after outdoor tables fill the center of the plaza, where people relax to the sounds of kids playing and street musicians' tunes.
This is a gorgeous mansion showcasing not only some of the painter's works, but also giving the visitor a glimpse into life in the early 20th century. Beautiful gardens, even in winter and the entire premises are faithfully and respectfully maintained. Definitely worth a visit.
I have found out about this museum just clicking around the hotel on google maps and what a surprise! The opening hours are quite short, but the entrance is free and every hour there is even a tour guide telling you the story of the Chamberi station, so if you speak Spanish, I really recommend to join the tour (approx....
I’ve been to the station, now a museum opened three or four days a week, about five times in the past few years. It used to have a wonderful churrería right outside, which made the station a great place to visit on Saturday mornings. Alas, no more but the station is worth visiting.
The station is built on a curve...
Check out the wonderfully voluptuous Botero statue, the toad statue directly to the south on Castellana is fun, and the Monumento al Descubrimiento de America is pretty great, too. Colon has a beautiful fountain and it's just a pretty spot in Madrid.
€ • Fast food, Bar, Mediterranean, European, Spanish
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Marqmar
The food was really good. We had this big meat platter with fries and different salsas...delicious! The service was the key here, nice and friendly. Whenever in the neighborhood, we will come back! Gracias chicos!
Excellent grilled steaks and perfectly cooked fish on the menu. I had fish and calamares main courses and the food is just so good. Good service and excellent produce quality makes this a place to go back to. The place is pretty busy overall, so its best to call and make a reservation prior.
We found this cause there have been free place inside! They gave us a place althought there have been reservation! We choosed recommendation of the waiter! Excellent choice and very good vermouth!😇 We will come back!
The room even exceeded my experience in other 5 star hotels.
The service was even better- from every staff person I encountered !!
The dining was both inventive and comforting.
The location is a convenient taxi to all major locations.
"Premium Hotel with Good Facilities - The Gait Ataxia Traveller"
reviewed 4 days ago by Soulhunter
Stayed as part of a holiday to explore Madrid. Requested a disabled friendly room with wet room. The room as of average size for a premium hotel. Configured with twin beds it left little room for access and would not suit a wheelchair user. The bathroom was a well equipped wet room and felt larger than the bedroom. Sadly there...
There are few better chain hotels than this in Madrid in terms of where it is and the quality of attention paid to visitors. The hotel has also retained many of the features of the original building, so if you are lucky you get a balcony and stained-glass windows!
In Madrid for the first time for business and not knowing the city at all, I wanted to choose a hotel close to my meeting venue and to the sights. The Sardinero was a very good choice. Very well located, close to public transport and practical to walk into the centre for the sights. Rooms are simple, bright and functional....
I had the opportunity to stay at the AC Santo Mauro for a business trip and I couldn’t have been happier. This hotel was a former Duke’s palace and the staff treat you like royalty. From the moment we arrived they called us by name, and offered to help. We arrived early in the morning after an overnight flight and...