Hotel Miguel Angel by BlueBay ***** 5-star hotel is located in one of the most elegant shopping and residential areas of Madrid. With magnificent views of the Paseo de la Castellana, the hotel offers all essential comforts to satisfy the most demanding guests.
Madrid, the bustling and exciting capital of Spain is one of the most up and coming city-break destinations in Europe. The ideal climate, huge array of shops, bars, restaurants and things to do in Madrid attracts people of all ages and interests.
It’s renowned as a city of fantastic art, architecture, sport and history that keeps visitors fascinated for hours. The wide, elegant boulevards are complimented by large expanses of open space which are perfect for relaxing in and exploring.
BlueBay is delighted to own and operate the 5 star, Hotel Miguel Angel in the centre of Madrid. Our newest hotel, we will be investing €35 million in turning it into our flagship hotel in Spain. With 267 rooms a fantastic location and renovated facilities, the Miguel Angel is set to become one of the best hotels in Madrid.
There are many hotels in the centre of Madrid that offer great access to Madrid’s major landmarks and sights. The Museo del Prado is the national art museum of Spain and is located centrally on Paseo del Prado. It contains the finest works of Spanish art anywhere in the world, including pieces by Goya, Velazquez and El Greco amongst others.
The Plaza Mayor is one of Madrid’s most famous tourist attractions and is the ideal place to enjoy a meal and watch the world go by. Those looking to get away from the busyness of the city should head to Parque del Retiro to soak up the sun.
Sports fans will probably want to experience one of the greatest football teams in the world, Real Madrid, at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Whether it’s a stadium tour or taking in the atmosphere of a match, the stadium is easy to reach from all of the hotels in Madrid city centre. The Metro (Line 10) is the best way to get there.
The Madrid climate is mild during the winter and hot during the summer. The weather in Madrid in the summer boasts lots of sunshine and temperatures consistently above 30C. December and January are the coldest months and the temperature hovers around 10C during the day.
Many people consider the spring and autumn to be the best time to visit Madrid as the temperature is still pleasantly warm but not extreme. May and June and September and October are considered peak season and a lot of the city centre hotels in Madrid may be busy.