If there is one thing that makes Hotel Victoria 4 unique, aside from its centric location, it is the wise combination of original elements from the five-storey, 1850 building where it is housed, and the latest and most innovative interior design and cutting-edge technologies both in its 52 rooms and in the common areas.
Similarly, it prides to be home to the legendary Café Levante, meeting point of the great names of literature, namely the Generation of 98, during the golden period of cafés in Madrid, in the 50s. The bohemian atmosphere of yesteryear still remains in a space where guests can enjoy the most typical dishes of our regional gastronomy, such as Madrilenian cocido and a wide range of tapas, and others traditional of Spanish cuisine like paella and roasted lamb. Its terrace deserves a special mention: a taste of the most traditional Madrid, adjacent to Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Santa Ana, and also very close to Plaza Mayor and Plaza de las Cortes, where the Chamber of Deputies stands.
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