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The Westin Palace, Madrid

Classic Luxury Hotel | City Setting
Madrid Plaza Cortes, 7 - 28014 Madrid - Spain
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Hotel Introduction

The majestic Westin Palace overflows with remarkable elements such as period furnishings, tapestries, and marble, capped off by a colossal stained glass dome. Royal guests would feel right at home, which is fitting since the hotel was commissioned in 1912 by King Alfonso XIII. Recently restored to its original glory, the Westin Palace was ranked the #1 hotel in Spain by the Cond Nast Travelers 2008 Gold List.

Set among the capital citys most intriguing cultural and retail centres, the hotel offers just as much to guests on the inside as it does the outside. The many amenities include two outstanding restaurants, a beautiful fitness centre overlooking Madrid, dozens of adaptable meeting rooms, a beauty and barber shop, and a charming solarium.

The 468 spacious guestrooms and suites are done in classic style, with antique furniture and rich mahogany. Rooms feature a marble foyer, the signature Heavenly Bed, seven indulgent layers of deluxe bedding, fluffy bathrobes, and high-speed Internet access. For the ultimate in accommodations, the top-floor Royal Suite offers sweeping views of the Plaza Neptuno and its fountain, a separate dining room, a library equipped with business tools, and a master bath with a sauna and Jacuzzi.

The Palace provides two delicious restaurants and a chic bar, giving guests a range of dining options. Many consider the sophisticated Asia Gallery to be Madrids best Asian restaurant. The exotic interior boasts luxurious silks and Chinese-style furniture, while the Cantonese cuisine entices the palate. La Rotonda is a more informal restaurant thats earned kudos for its extravagant lunch buffet, featuring dishes such as pickled quail salad and grilled sea bass, as well as its noteworthy Sunday brunch. El Bar del Palace is a top destination for Madrids elite, serving some of the best cocktails in the city within a stylish dcor.

The 24-hour Neptuno Fitness Club features the latest cardiovascular and weight equipment by TechnoGym. The multiple televisions and sound systemsnot to mention the panoramic views overlooking the square, the Jeronimos Royal Monastery, and the parkwill keep you motivated. The health club also contains a sauna, massage services, solarium, and light snacks and beverages to be enjoyed on the terrace after a workout.

Hotel Features
Guests who prefer to get their exercise outdoors will enjoy the Runners World Mapsdesigned by the popular running magazinethat detail three- and five-mile jogging and walking routes from the Palace. The maps also include helpful running tips for Madrid.

The Westin Palace is an ideal location in which to host a social or professional event. The 15 flexible function spaces can accommodate up to 800 guests and boast impressive details such as natural daylight, the latest audiovisual and computer technology, and marvellous service. On-the-go professionals will delight in the hotels Business Centre, which features high-tech tools including fax machines, copiesr, and computers, as well as essential services like secretarial and translation assistance.

Located in the cultural and financial heart of the city, the Westin Palace overlooks a peaceful plaza, which hosts the well-known Neptune Fountain. A myriad of renowned sights are within easy access of this strategically placed hotel, including the famous museums Prado and Thyssen-Bornemisza, the Reina Sofia Art Center and the famous Palacia Real.

Trains are available at the nearby Sevilla or Banco de Espaa Stations.
11.3 miles from Madrid Barajas Airport.
Transfers to the hotel can be arranged through the hotel concierge.
A fee will be charged where applicable.

Madrid Plaza Cortes, 7 - 28014 Madrid - Spain

Tel: (+34) 913608000
Fax: (+34) 913608100


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