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Accessible Central 5* Hotel in Madrid

Calle Echegaray, Madrid
from/per night 300.00


This accessible central 5* hotel in Madrid is located in the centre of the city, in the neighbourhood of Barrio de Las Letras, and just a few meters away from Sol and Gran Via. The accessible central hotel is the oldest luxury hotel in Madrid and opened its doors for the first time in 1886, and many famous guests have stayed here, including writer Virginia Woolf.

Its 48 comfortable rooms are unique and combine urban sophistication with the glamour of bygone times. The hotel restaurant combines traditional and innovative high end cuisine. Although there are stairs to access the main breakfast room, the hotel offers a personalised breakfast in an accessible communal area next doors. There is a fitness area, and a spa and wellness centre offering personalised treatments.

Accessible bedrooms are available in this hotel, all with grab bars next to the toilet seat and in the shower. Rooms come as either double bed or twin beds. The bed linen is made of Egyptian cotton and there is a pillow menu to choose from.

Guests love this hotel because of its location, history and design – the perfect choice for a luxurious stay in Spain’s capital. Enjoy your stay in Madrid with our accessible activities and tours.

Rooms Types

Accessible Room

  • Air-conditioning and heating
  • Bathroom maneuvering space
  • Centrally Located
  • Free Mineral Water
  • Free WI-FI
  • Room maneuvering space
  • Safety Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Shower grab bars
  • Toilet Amenities
  • Toilet grab bars (Two sides)
  • Wheel-in Shower

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