Madrid: Saturday, May 25–Tuesday, May 28. Madrid, Spain, strikes a balance between constant, almost chaotic motion and uncompromising leisure. Madrilenos, as Madrid’s residents are called, seem to always be on the go, except when they’re taking long breaks to eat, drink and enjoy life. The competing urges to move or sit for hours are cleverly reconciled in the Madrid institution known as ir de tapas, which entails leisurely hopping from one tapas bar to the next.
As a visitor to Madrid, you’ll invariably be drawn into the city’s stream of movement as you rush to see one more art collection, taste Castilian, Basque or Galician dishes at neighborhood restaurants, or buy tickets for an evening performance. But take a cue from Madrilenos and incorporate some quiet time into your hectic schedule: People-watch at a terrace cafe, study the mystical quality in El Greco’s paintings, savor the subtle hint of saffron in a dish, and appreciate the mournful beauty of flamenco. Take a deep breath, then move on to the next stop.
Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid – 1 King Bed. Bienvenido to Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid, your launchpad for exploring the vibrant Spanish capital. Our upscale hotel is located in the heart of the action, steps from top restaurants and bars, shopping, museums, monuments, and more. After dropping your bags, head outside and hit Gran Vía, our bustling “Spanish Broadway,” for a spot of retail therapy. When you’ve worked up an appetite, head to the Mercado de San Miguel for a drink with locals or sample spicy pimientos de Padrón. Ask our friendly team and we’ll share our favorite spots for delicious pinchos and authentic local art.
Benefits at this hotel require a two-night minimum length of stay.
- $100 USD Food & Beverage Credit
- Room Upgrade
- Breakfast for Two
- Early Check-In
- Free Wi-Fi