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Pack your bags for Madrid, a lively and cosmopolitan city, with important architectural and cultural heritage. Book your room at the 3-star Hotel Campanile Madrid-Alcalá de Henares, located 38 km from the Spanish capital. A meeting room, free Wi-Fi and unlimited buffet: our friendly establishment has everything you need for a successful stay!

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Planning a trip to Alcalà De Henares and looking for a hotel? Campanile offers you comfortable rooms and invites you to take an indulgent break at the best price!

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What to do in Madrid

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Do you have weekend break planned in Spain at the Campanile hotel in Madrid? On the first day, stroll the streets of Old Madrid and explore the neighborhoods of Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol. Then visit the Museo del Prado, where you can admire the canvases of Spanish painters, including Velázquez, Goya and El Greco. Before going back to your hotel room, enjoy the city's tapas, restaurants and clubs. On the second day, stop at the Plaza de Cibeles and then visit the Museo de Reina Sofia, where the giant painting “Guernica” by Picasso is located.
If you have a week to spend in Madrid, check out the very cosmopolitan neighborhood of Malasana and visit the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum. Then relax in the large Retiro Park and enjoy some fresh air by the lake. Soccer fans, and especially Real Madrid fans, will enjoy a visit to the legendary Santiago Bernabeu stadium and trophy room. While staying in Spain at the Campanile hotel in Madrid, you can enjoy two other cities: Segovia, north of Madrid, and the medieval city of Toledo, located south of the Spanish capital.
Staying in Madrid with your family? In addition to all the activities listed above, which can be done with your children, don't miss Faunia Zoo! Discover wildlife in a unique way, as the animals are grouped according to their habitat (jungle, savanna, etc.). While visiting Spain at the Campanile hotel in Madrid, don't miss the National Museum of Natural History. It’s very interactive and offers a wide range of experiences, so it's sure to appeal to both children and adults!

Madrid’s culinary specialties

If you've booked a room at the Campanile hotel in Madrid, you can enjoy Spanish culinary specialties in your restaurant. Try the cocido madrileno, a kind of stew made with meat, chickpeas and vegetables. Visit the Spanish capital's tapas bars for a tortilla, patatas bravas, Manchego cheese with chorizo or Serrano ham. On the sweet side, you and your children can indulge in a delicious hot chocolate served with churros in an authentic "chocolateria."
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Must-see events in Madrid

Madrid is a very festive city during the religious holidays. For Epiphany, there are parades and sweets are handed out in the streets. During Holy Week or the San Isidro festival, which celebrates the city's patron saint, take in fireworks and corridas (bullfights). During Real Madrid soccer matches, big festive gatherings take place, especially on the Plaza de Cibeles. Don't miss the activities organized by your Campanile hotel, like aperitifs and tastings.
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Interesting facts about Madrid

You can set off from our Campanile hotels to explore the history of Spain! Did you know that the city of Madrid was founded around 880 by the Arab emir Mohamed I? Its name apparently comes from the word “magerit,” meaning “the place of many streams” and “abundance of water.” The city long had to defend Toledo and its royal court. A defensive enclosure was built and the fortress has remained small in size. The roles would eventually be reversed. Madrid became the capital during the 17th century, unbeknownst to older sibling Toledo, a city that Madrid originally had to protect.