Come to visit the new Plaza de España de Madrid
Take advantage of your stay at Hotel Sterling to discover the new center of the capital: the new Plaza de España de Madrid. Just 6 minutes walking from the hotel you’ll find a singular space, inaugurated some months after its last renovation.
Walking by the city is one of the major pleasures of traveling and doing it in some of the more iconic places of the city without worrying to wait for a car. The new Plaza de España de Madrid has been public opened leaving people freely strolling, arriving from this emblematic city square to the Royal Palace, the Almudena Cathedral, the Sabatini Gardens, or the Debod Temple comfortably.
Don’t doubt, take advantage to discover Plaza de España de Madrid in your next getaway. 70.000 square meters around the Gran Plaza Central where you will find the famous Monumento a Cervantes and where you will also see great areas of children's games where, if traveling with children, you can have a funny moment.
If this plan is just missing the possibility of carrying with you your pet, no worries, booking a room at Hotel Sterling you can come with your dog, or cat because our hotel is pet-friendly located in Madrid’s center. You see, no excuses to leave your best friend at home.
Discover some emblematic corners in the city
⇨ Cathedral de la Almudena
Considering the religious building most important in Madrid, Cathedral de Almudena was consecrated in the early ’90s by Pope Joan Pavel II, becoming the first consecrated cathedral of Almudena outside Rome. Projected by Madrid’s architect Francisco de Cubas, this cathedral leaves indifferent anybody, the roof, and brightly coloured stained-glass and straight lines you’ll find in their inside contrast with the classic outside appearance. Don’t miss it!
⇨ Palacio Real
Entering Plaza de la Armería, in front of Almudena Cathedral, if you’re entering this palace you’ll find impressive imperial Sabatini stairs, 18 saloons of different styles, and decorations like Gasparini Salon (rococó-style) or Throne Saloon (baroque-style).
⇨ Jardines de Sabatini
Located on the north side of the Royal Palace and built after the Second Republic's arrival, in the early 30s, these gardens receive the name of its architect, the Italian Francesco Sabatini. Of classy style and geometrical design, its privileged location converts it into one of the most beautiful gardens of the Madrid de los Asturias.
⇨ Templo de Debod
A gift from Egypt to Spain in 1968 as compensation for the Spanish help after the international calling realized by UNESCO to save the Nubia temples. Despite its late arrival to Spain, this temple has an antiquity of around 2200 years and is dedicated to Amon gods, god of creation, and Isis, mother, queen, and goddess of all gods
In your next getaway, don’t miss the new Plaza de España de Madrid, an indispensable path to visit some main tourist places in the city. Take advantage of the special promotions, Hotel Sterling has for you and discover Madrid at an unbeatable price.