To achieve a more inclusive and humane society, it is necessary to develop certain tools that get closer to the diverse needs of all people, in this way, modify the environment so that it is accessible to all.
If you are thinking of spending a few days in Madrid and you have a specific need, in this blog post, we present an accessible hotel in Madrid: Hotel Victoria 4 in Madrid can offer you everything you want. Let us begin!
Adapted to your needs
Hotel Victoria 4 in Madrid has managed to adapt to the needs of all its guests, not only to attract more public, but also to attend to the rights of its guests in an equitable way and without any exclusion. It is an accessible and 100% adapted hotel that allows customers' stay to be as pleasant as possible.
To start, Hotel Victoria is just a few metres from the famous Puerta del Sol, so the location is excellent. Behind it, there are many years of history, as it was built as a convent in 1561 and renovated in 2005 to become a hotel. It has architectural elegance and maintains its 16th century structure, with its imposing balconies and neoclassical elements. Thus, it combines historicism with its magnificent facilities for the 21st century client who expects the best technology and the best services. It has rooms adapted for people with reduced mobility. And, in addition, Hotel Victoria 4 in Madrid is committed to the close treatment and friendliness of the staff that will make your stay perfect. Our work team consists of professionals who will help you at all times. Finally, the hotel reception is available 24 hours a day to answer all your questions.
Madrid is an inclusive city that works to be enjoyed by all people and, especially, by those who have accessibility needs. The city offers various tourist resources, such as: visits to museums, theatres, guided tours, monuments, gardens and leisure activities, among others.
Hotel Victoria 4 recommends one of these places that you cannot miss and that are fully equipped and adapted. One of them is the fantastic Royal Palace, which is only 10 minutes from the hotel. The latest interventions in this building have focused mainly on adapting and improving access through ramps in the different areas of the Palace's tourist route, such as the Royal Armoury, the Official Rooms, the various Temporary Exhibitions and access to the Royal Library.
Another option is Paseo del Arte, which brings together numerous works of art known throughout the world in three art galleries. These are: Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Reina Sofía Museum. All of them have been adapted and have facilities that guarantee accessibility for groups with disabilities. Those with wheelchairs will be able to comfortably visit the collections and exhibitions and attend conferences and concerts offered by such museums. Finally, we also invite you to visit Retiro Park, as it has all the corresponding features, as does the Crystal Palace, which has access ramps.
Don't hesitate to book a room at our Hotel Victoria 4 in Madrid and start your trip in the best way.