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San Bernardo, 29 y 31 28015 Madrid Spain
Bookings:+34 91 5420400
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Fax: +34 91 5592825
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Hotel Sterling

The Hotel Sterling is located next to Gran Vía in Madrid: one of the capital’s main avenues. Gran Vía is located in the center of Madrid, close to the most popular tourist attractions in the historical part of the city. It’s strategic location means that it is just steps away from several underground stations (line 1, 3 and 5), which makes Hotel Sterling an ideal starting point for those who wish to visit the city and/or surrounding areas.

You won’t have to go far from the hotel to find interesting activities on Gran Vía. Many of the theaters and cinemas are found here and the streets that run off of it, which is why it has been nicknamed the Broadway of Madrid. These cinemas show the most recent national and international films. If you want to see films in their original linguistic version, very close to Gran Vía on Calle Martín de los Heros, there are two cinemas that always show subtitled films.

From Madrid – Barajas Airport

By taxi: you can take it easily from any terminal and it takes about 20 minutes to get to the centre, with an approximate cost of 25 € – 30 €.

By metro: follow the signs for Madrid Metro at the airport and take line 8 to Nuevos Ministerios. Once there, go to line 10 to Plaza de España. Once there, change on to line 10 to Plaza de España. Once there, look for exit labeled Ministerio de Justicia, and when leaving, keep the Ministry on your left and walk along Calle San Bernardo towards Gran Vía. The Hotel is located at number 29-31 in Calle (Street) San Bernardo, before getting to Gran Vía.

San Bernardo is one of Madrid’s most characteristic streets. Located between Gran Vía and Quevedo, it runs from the theaters and cinemas on Gran Vía to the happy and lively Bilbao area, where a wide variety of bars and pubs can be found quite close to one another. Closer to Gran Vía is Dos de Mayo Square, just behind San Bernardo. This square, which bore witness to innumerable historical events during the War of Independence against French invaders during the 19th century, is now a very lively area. It begins to fill up with life at night, as the young and not-so-young fill up its bars and pubs. Many “madrileños” go to this square to hang out with friends.

The streets that encircle this square, behind San Bernardo, make up an area known as Malasaña. This area was popularized during “la Movida Madrileña” in the 70s and 80s. “La Movida”, the colorful nightlife characteristic of this period in Madrid, has been made known beyond its borders, thanks to the movies of Almodóvar

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