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- Madrid City Centre
- Plaza Mayor
- Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
- Prado Museum
- Lope de Vega Theatre
- Plaza de Espana
- El Retiro Park
- Plaza de Santa Ana
- Madrid Amusement Park
- Complutense University of Madrid
- Parque Warner Madrid
- Royal Palace
- Las Ventas
- Las Rozas Village Outlet
- U.S. Embassy
- Vicente Calderon Stadium
- Puente de Vallecas
- Plaza de Cibeles
- The Magic Box
- Plaza Norte 2 Commercial Centre
What you should know about Retiro
Finding an amazing hotel in the Retiro neighborhood of Madrid is as simple as can be when you book with Hotels.com. Our team of travel experts have worked hard to bring you this varied and expansive list of hotels in Retiro, Madrid. Here, you will be able to find the accommodation of your dreams, no matter what your budget is, who you are traveling with, or what the duration of your stay in Madrid will be. We know that it is so comforting and useful to be able to see what your hotel is like before you book, so we provide you with photographs of all of our hotels in Retiro, Madrid, for you to browse online. That's not all however; at Hotels.com, we have a certified user reviewing program. So, you can also take a look at reviews of the hotels you are thinking about booking, written by people who have stayed there in the past. Named after the immense, stately park in its center, the Retiro district of Madrid is a wonderful place to experience both green spaces and vibrant city life.
What's Retiro Like?
The Jardines del Buen Retiro, or 'gardens of good retreat' is a beautiful park right in the center of the area, and it is the park from which the Retiro neighborhood takes its name. In the Retiro park, you can take a boat out on the huge lake in the middle, wander down statue lined avenues, sit in the shade of a tree, jog or walk through the rose garden, visit art galleries, and have a coffee in the sun at one of the various restaurants dotted around. There are various entrances to Retiro. The gates to the north of the park lead you out into the buzzing bars and restaurants in one of Madrid's most popular nightlife districts. To the south east, you will find the fascinating Museum of Archeology.
How to Get Along with Locals in Retiro
Travel as locals do and take the Madrid underground train service, or metro. Retiro has its own metro station, also called 'Retiro' and from here you are connected to all of Madrid. As you arrive at each station, you will see the connecting metro lines, or 'cercanias' listed on a board. Save money by purchasing a ticket with 10 journeys on rather than buying a new ticket for each journey you make. Here at Hotels.com, we know all there is to know about travel to Retiro, so why not make the most of our local knowledge and book one of our hotels in Retiro, Madrid?
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