Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid is situated right in the heart of the capital’s exclusive district, on the chic Paseo de la Castellana with the elegant districts of Chamberi and the famous Salamanca shopping district surrounding it.

Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid

Paseo de la Castellana, 57
Madrid, Spain, 28046

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Salamanca

Puerta de Alcalá

The historic Puerta de Alcalá is one of the five ancient doors that gave access to the city of Madrid. It is located in the center of the roundabout of the Plaza de la Independencia.

Plaza de Cibeles

Plaza de Cibeles is a beautiful square within Madrid and is famously known for being the location where Real Madrid and the Spanish national football team celebrate their victories.

Biblioteca Nacional de España

The National Library of Spain is not only an incredible architectural building to visit but is well known for being one of the largest public libraries in the world. It hosts a wonderful tour where you can explore the structure from within and see the vast collection of texts.

Museo Lázaro Galdiano

The Museo Lázaro Galdiano is located within central Madrid and houses the art collection of José Lázaro Galdiano. Among his collection is a wide variety of pieces from the prehistoric era to the 19th century. Within this collection there is a strong focus on Iberian art. Some famous artists featured within this gallery include Diego Velásquez, Francisco Goya and El Greco.

Retiro

Museo Nacional del Prado

Arguably one of the most famous museums in the world, the Museo del Prado boasts works by Diego Velázquez, Francisco Goya, El Greco, Titian, Peter Paul Rubens and Hieronymus Bosch among others. The collection of incredible artists which span centuries is considered to have the finest selection of Spanish art. This museum is a must during your time in Madrid not only for the cultural indulgence but also for the exploration of the fantastic architecture that can be found within the city.

Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza

The Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza is located within the 'Golden Triangle of Art' are the Museo Nacional Del Prado, the Reina Sofia and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza. What began as a private collection in the 1920s has since grown into one of the most famous museums in Madrid which is known for its representation of English, Dutch and German schools of art from the 14th century, works from the Renaissance as well as an entire section on North American paintings from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Fuente Neptuno

Fuente Neptuno is a neoclassical fountain that occupies the center of the roundabout to which it popularly gives its name, inside the Plaza de Cánovas del Castillo. It is a beautiful fountain that was finished in 1784 and is where Atlético Madrid famously celebrates its victories.

Chamberi

Museo Sorolla

The Museo Sorolla is the converted home of artist Joaquín Sorolla and displays the most famous of his artworks such as 'Nadadores en Javea'. Here you can also explore the artworks created by his family such as that of his daughter Elena. To walk through the same halls as the artist is an interesting experience that cannot be replicated.

Museo Geominero

Through its important collections of minerals, rocks and fossils from all Spanish regions and ancient colonial territories, as well as world registry deposits, the Museo Geominero has the function of conserving, researching and disseminating the richness and diverse geological, paleontological and mineralogical heritage found within Spain.

Parque Santander

Parque Santander houses a substantial green space within the city where the plants found within were specially chosen for their minimal water usage. Inside the park you can find recreational areas for playing boules, chess, table tennis, football and a running track. If you would rather just relax then there is a pond and sprout fountains located throughout the park for you to sit by and enjoy.

Calle Ponzano

Calle Ponzano is a street located within the city which is lined with tapas bars and restaurants. With so many local dining options to choose from, you are never going to struggle to find a place to eat or drink with friends and family alike.

Downtown

Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor was originally built in the 15th century and has since been a central point of Madrid. The impressive square is very popular among tourists and locals alike for shopping, exploration and dining.

Puerta del Sol

The Puerta del Sol is one of the best known and busiest places in Madrid. It is the center of the Spanish radial road network, known as Kilometer 0. The clock on this square is infamous for marking the traditional 12 bells rung on New Year's Eve which are accompanied by the consumption of 12 grapes.

Plaza de España

The Plaza de España is a popular tourist destination in the city which features a monument to Miguel de Cervantes. Wander and enjoy the olive trees and statues found through this iconic plaza.

Palacio Real de Madrid

The Royal Palace is the official residence of the Spanish Royal family and has been home to the royals since its reconstruction in 1764. However, His Majesty King Felipe VI of Spain currently resides with his family in the Palacio de la Zarzuela in the outskirts of Madrid. As such, the Palacio Real is most used in state events and ceremonies.

Day Trip

Toledo

Toledo is a city where you can find a rich heritage of cultures and religions that converge in one city. The walls that surround the city of Toledo were built during the Roman era and then modified by the Arabs. It is also the former home of famous artist El Greco and should you wish to visit, the Museo del Greco was built in honor of his time spent in Toeldo. During your visit to the town, you should explore the Monastery of San Juan De Los Reyes as well as the Cathedral of Santa Maria.

Segovia

Segovia is a great city to explore and is known for its history and gastronomy. Famous for the legendary aqueduct built during the Roman Empire, this 17 km structure was previously used by the army to transport water from La Acebeda to the Alcázar de Segovia. Another must see is the Catedral de Segovia which is known as 'The Lady of Cathedrals' due to its impressive and imposing design which exudes elegance.

Aranjuez

Aranjuez is a town found south of Madrid which is known for its beautiful Renaissance-style Palacio Real which was once one of four seasonal seats of government and was regularly occupied in the spring. As of 2001, the palace was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and is now one of several royal sites open to the public.

Alcalá de Henares

Alcalá de Henares is only 30 km northeast of Madrid. Visit the city where the Complutense University was founded in 1499 and where the Spanish language was acknowledged. In 1998 it became recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.