When we arrived we never thought that every major attraction in Madrid would be just "literally" around the corner... that help us save money on commute and get distraction for our 4 year-old daughter...
Located in Madrid City Centre, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Royal Palace and Plaza de Espana. Plaza Mayor and …More
The only reason we did not give 4 stars is because there was a group of very loud individuals staying above us. We could not sleep at night, even though the hotel staff asked them to be quiet. Otherwise, it is a great location close to everything! Buffet for breakfast is also not bad.
Located in Madrid City Centre, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Lope de Vega Theatre and Plaza de Espana. Plaza Mayor …More
Pocket Guide: Madrid Plaza de Espana - Princesa Hotels
At the western end of the arterial Gran Via, Plaza de España is home to Franco-era architecture like the monstrous red and white Edificio España. The nearby Palacio Real (royal palace) was rebuilt in 1764 and is still used for state functions. It contains some wonderfully ornate rooms and is free on Wednesdays to EU citizens (take your passport). Admire the statues in the lovely Sabatini Gardens afterwards.