(Español) Cuando Madrid hizo pop

By | 20 August, 2014 | 0 comments

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Categories: Cultura Madrid, Exposiciones Madrid

(Español) Hoy comemos… en el museo

By | 4 August, 2014 | 0 comments

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Categories: Bares Madrid, Gastronomía Madrid

Habsburg Madrid

By | 20 May, 2014 | 0 comments

Madrid de los AustriasIt receives its name from the dynasty that set the Spanish capital in Madrid back in 1561, with king Felipe II at the head. It was the Madrid known to those kings, although the area of the current district of Las Letras was not then included and today would correspond to the districts of Sol and Palacio, in other words, the central district.

It is the heart of Madrid, with Plaza Mayor as a reference point, but also the streets of Calle Mayor and Calle Arenal -precisely where our hotel is located- drive you to Plaza de Oriente going past picturesque spots that are well worth seeing.

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A Night of Theatre in Madrid

By | 8 May, 2014 | 0 comments

Teatro Real MadridMadrid is one of the cities in Europe with the biggest passion for the theatre, with an offer that encompasses great stage productions all the way to interesting proposals on small alternative stages.

The Lavapiés district is the home of Teatro Valle-Inclán, which belongs to the Centro Dramático Nacional (National Drama Centre), as well as Teatro María Guerrero, whose building is worth a visit in itself thanks to its modernity and clean lines in this diverse and multicultural district of Madrid. With a carefully selected programme, with works by directors such as Juan Magoya, Anglélica Lidell or Gerardo Vera, it is a reference in today’s drama scene in Madrid.

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Categories: Cultura Madrid, Eventos Madrid, Teatro Real

Short Day Trips From Madrid

By | 24 April, 2014 | 0 comments

Acueducto SegoviaAside from the sightseeing spots that we can visit in the city of Madrid, in its nearby areas we can also find interesting day trips for the guests of Hotel Moderno as a base for their sightseeing trip. The most popular ones are Toledo and Segovia, although they are not the only ones.

These are some of the suggestions of places of historical or natural interest close to our hotel that can be of your interest if you would like to discover the surrounding area of Madrid.

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Where is the Best Football Atmosphere in Madrid?

By | 16 April, 2014 | 0 comments

In a few days we will have the two Champions League semi-finals in Madrid. Atlético Madrid will face Chelsea and Real Madrid will do so against Bayern Munich. It will be a great chance to see the cream of European football in our city and, if you would like to come and watch it, Hotel Moderno will be delighted to welcome you (do not forget to check our special offers).

However, where is the best football atmosphere in Madrid? Today, in the blog of Hotel Moderno Puerta del Sol we would like to tell you what match-days are like in the centre of Madrid.

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Categories: Deportes Madrid, Eventos Madrid, tourism

Reviews of Hotel Moderno in Madrid by our Guests

By | 6 February, 2014 | 1 comment

Hotel moderno madrid bookingOne of the main tests of a hotel is always the reviews that guests leave. On our website you can now find reviews on Hotel Moderno from the clients that honoured us by staying at the hotel during their time in Madrid. However, we also like to check out what they say about us on travel websites every once in a while. Today we will stop and look at the comments that the guests of Hotel Moderno Madrid left on Booking.com.

At the beginning of February 2014, 478 guests of Hotel Moderno left their review on this website, with results that we are highly satisfied with. In total, our guests give us an average rating of 8.1 and a qualification of “Very Good”, which makes our hotel one of the highest rated ones of its category close to the Puerta del Sol. read full article

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5 Hidden Artistic Enclaves in the Center of Madrid

By | 29 January, 2014 | 0 comments

En la plaza de Ramales descansan los restos mortales de Velázquez

In the centre of Madrid, the opportunity of contemplating a piece of history that can take us to past times appears step after step. From our 3-star hotel on Calle Arenal we have the magnificent opportunity of being able to follow in the footsteps of great writers, painters and artists from many centuries ago.

Today we will tell you about five great artists: Larra, Velázquez, Quevedo, Lope de Vega and Neruda and of the places where they lived, hidden artistic enclaves in the light of day in the centre of Madrid, that you can visit without having to go far from our hotel. read full article

Categories: Cultura Madrid