NH Aravaca Aparthotel Madrid

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Alsasua, 5 28023 Aravaca -, Aravaca, Madrid, 2802
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 43% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples50
  • Solo100
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

Christmas in Madrid

by oRi_5

Hi,

My husband and myself are considering going to Madrid for Christmas. What is it like there during at this time? Will there be celebrations or places to go on Christmas day? Or will everywhere be closed?

Also, will shops be closed on Boxing day (26th dec) ....or perhaps do sales in shops start?

Thanks for your help!

Re: Christmas in Madrid

by MaheshSamtani

Christmas in Madrid is a great experience to live. Traditionally people have dinner with their families on the eve of christmas and after dinner its partying all night long with a lot of buzz at the top discos and pubs in and around the city. You will find many options to choose from. Do not worry as nothing is going to be closed. The sales after christmas start on the 7th of January as the big day for presents in many families in Spain is on the 6th of january. At the following link, you will find the full list of discos in Madrid
http://madrid.lanetro.com/discotecas

Hope this helps.
Best regards
mahesh

Travel Tips for Madrid

Take a leisurely afternoon...

by Deborah_Bagg

Take a leisurely afternoon walk through the Jardin Botanico just outside of the Prado. It is a beautiful garden with a lot of peacful little places to take a breather from a long morning of heavy touring. Stumbling onto a post-May Day parade with gigantic mechanical insects.

Don't wait forever for the bill...

by Quartzy

... 'cuz it's not coming, people! ;)

This might not be obvious to all, especially for Americans, so I figure it needed specifying: while in North America, waiters will bring you the bill as soon as you're done eating and tell you to pay whenever you're ready, in Spain, you need to ask for it when you're ready to leave.

Hellooooooo Beckham!!!!

by Gaby_G

Real Madrid... The "Star Team".... I get to watch the Real Madrid-Valencia match... I have to admit that as in tennis, I am new at all this live and direct sport stuff... So 1) I REALLY tought that there would be someone describing the game... There was not.,.. and all the time I tried to guess what was happening... 2) We get some of the WORST seats... I saw Beckham like a little ant... And no comments about trying to determinate if the little ball I was watching was actually the ball or a particle of dust in front of my eyes...
3) It was great!!!! despite of the other two points, I really enjoy the game, the atmosphere was great!!!!... If you are in Madrid and you can get some tickets, GET THEM!! it is worth it!

Panteón de Hombres Ilustres

by Redang

The Pantheon of Illustrious Men was built between 1.892 and 1.899 by architect Fernando Arbós. Built on the site of the former Royal Basilica of Atocha, it is Byzantine style.

Pics:
- Main:
Main entrance.

- 2nd:
Práxedes Mateo Sagasta (1.825-1.903), politician, engineer and journalist.
Sculptor: Mariano Benlliure (1.904).

- 3rd:
Eduardo Dato e Iradier (1,856-1.921), politician.
Sculptor: Mariano Benlliure.

- 4th:
Antonio Cánovas del Castillo (1.828-1.897), politician and writer.
Sculptor: Agustín Querol (1.906).

- 5th:
José Canalejas (1.854-1.912), politician and writer.
Sculptor: Mariano Benlliure.

* How to get there:
Calle Juan Gayarre, 3 (corner Paseo de la Reina Cristina).

- Metro: Atocha-Renfe (line 1) and menéndez Pelayo (line 1).
- Bus: 10, 14, 26,32 and Circular (stop Paseo de la Reina Cristina, 4) and 24, 37, 54, 57 and 141 (stop Avenida Ciudad dde Barcelona, 6).

Other website: es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pante3n_de_Hombres_Ilustres

Free entry.

Madrid's "Nomades of the Night",

by shiran_d about TRADITIONAL CAFÉS

There are many people who say that Madrid were Europe's capital of Night Life. Certainly this page doesn't offer enough room to treat the subject profoundly, but be sure: here you will find something for your taste - whatever taste you may have ...
Find below a few hints, about which regions are among the preferred ones by Madrid's "Nomades of the Night", and don't be surprised if somewhere, at 4 a.m. or so, you will get involved in a traffic jam. Madrileños, like all Spaniards in general, don't stay in the same local for all the night, they prefer to change all the time, from one to the other. However, at 4 a.m. few people are on their way to work! As you wish

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