Hotel Victoria 4

You deserve a treat

Our location, next to Puerta del Sol, makes Hotel Victoria 4 one of the best hotels in Madrid to go shopping. We are next to the shopping areas of Preciados and Sol, so you will be just a couple of minutes away from some of the main shops and department stores in Madrid.

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Calle del Carmen and Calle Preciados

Carmen and Preciados are the two most popular shopping streets in Sol, especially the latter, which is the commercial icon of the centre of Madrid. Its main stretch, which goes from Puerta del Sol to Plaza del Callao is pedestrianised. In Sol, you can mainly find department stores and high-street fashion stores.

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Gran Vía

With its numerous cinemas, theatres and musicals, Gran Vía is synonymous with culture. Added to this excellent cultural programme is an important commercial activity. Located very close to Sol and just a 10-minute walk from our hotel, Gran Vía has many fashion stores and other shops of interest related to culture.

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Calle Fuencarral

Madrid’s trendiest street, lined up with fashion shops of all kinds, mostly of unknown urban, indie and original brands. Shop and dance to the rhythm of the locals and walk around this pedestrian street located near the districts of Malasaña and Chueca.

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El Rastro

El Rastro is more than just shopping, it is a cultural trip in itself. Every Sunday morning, in the area comprised between Embajadores, Puerta de Toledo and La Latina, hundreds of stalls make up this flea market which offer its visitors a huge range of street market items, ranging from clothes to crafts as well as electronics, paintings, music and the famous antique stores. Our hotel is barely a 15-minute stroll from El Rastro.

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Serrano and Ortega y Gasset

Madrid’s “Golden Mile” has two of Spain’s most expensive streets: Serrano, home to many luxury stores and jewellers; and Ortega y Gasset, where you can find the most exclusive fashion boutiques and many decoration shops. Ortega y Gasset is perpendicular to Serrano and its importance has spread over to secondary streets in the area, such as Lagasca, Jorge Juan and Claudio Coello, where you can find small and elegant shops which sell fashion items and accessories.