Petit Palace Art Gallery occupies an emblematic building of the early nineteenth century that has been completely refurbished and decorated to become one of the leading hotels of reference of Madrid and the District of Serrano.
The rooms are decorated in a modern style in which the premium comfort and an environment conducive to relaxing and inviting. This 4-star senior, minimalist lines and avant-garde touches, reflects the influence of ancient art gallery that housed the building.
Its 61 rooms category is characterized by its breadth and its latest-generation systems, such as flat screen televisions, showers and whirlpool baths, cordless phones, multiadaptadores sound individual. We have rooms triple, quadruple, family, smoking, for the disabled and even for those traveling with pets, all designed to adapt to their needs and offer maximum comfort.
The hotel is ideal if the reason for your visit is for business, because we are at the heart of the city, as if coming to enjoy their free time around the hotel, you will find the best art galleries, boutiques and most famous restaurants. A few feet away you can enjoy the Paseo de Arte, which comprises the three most important museums of the city: Museo del Prado, Museo Thyssen Bornemisza and the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia Modern.
A few meters from the hotel can take the tour bus that takes you up the most important monuments and streets of Madrid with explanation included (paid service, independent hotel). You can book at the reception.
If you prefer, rent one of our bikes for free, healthy way to enjoy pleasant walks through the famous Parque del Retiro very close to the hotel.
New Public parking available nearby. It lies between Ortega y Gasset and Hermosilla streets. Access by car is on Calle Marques de Villamagna and way out in Ayala Street.
The Petit Palace Art Gallery is a boutique hotel situated on calle Jorge Juan, between calle Serrano and calle Velázquez, in the exclusive area of antique shops and galleries near the National Library, El Retiro Park and the Archaeological Museum.
The hotel occupies a fully remodelled landmark building erected in the early nineteenth century, with an exclusive outdoor coffee garden.