With a prime location in the chic Salamanca neighborhood near the Las Ventas bullring, the NH Parque Avenidas hotel in Madrid boasts a swimming pool, a garden, and tennis courts for ours guests' enjoyment---plus free WiFi throughout the hotel. Additionally, our location provides easy access to the M-30 highway, the airport, and the IFEMA fairgrounds.

The NH Parque Avenidas hotel spans a large area of 400 square meters as well as a pleasant garden and terrace measuring over 900 square meters. We offer numerous choices for private events such as cocktails, aperitifs, coffee breaks, and more.

Chef Joel Tomás, with over 30 years' experience, has created Tendido 7, our innovative restaurant where rice is paired delectably with other Spanish favorites. Our stylish whiskey bar, Park Avenue Bar Terraza, features a large terrace overlooking our garden and pool. Guest will enjoy drinking one of our specialty cocktails while listening to music and relaxing with friends.

The NH Parque Avenidas hotel also offers 26 function rooms with capacities ranging from 25 people to more than 800. You select the arrangement, and our team will configure it to perfectly suit your convention, banquet, company meeting, conference, or other type of event. These modern and functional spaces are fitted with every possible technical and personal resource needed for your event to be a success.


Distances Distance to the airport: 15.00km
Distance to the train station: 4.80km
Distance to the city center: 4.4km
GPS coordinates Latitude: 40.43547
Longitude: -3.6640525
By car

From the M-30, take the exit “Parque Avenidas” and turn right onto Avenida de Brasilia. Follow this street until you arrive to Avenida de los Toreros, then turn right onto Francisco Altamiras Street. Drive straight until Martínez Izquierdo Street and you will see the hotel.

Coming from the north, take the exit “Calle Alcalá/Puente de Ventas”, and continue to Alcalá Street before turning to left. From here, take the first street on the right, and turn left at the first light onto Avenida de los Toreros. Turn right again onto Francisco Altamiras Street, where you will se the hotel.

By train From the Atocha o Chamartín Train & Bus Station, you can take the subway to Parque Avenidas. The Subway exit is at Avenida de Bruselas, an approximately five-minute walk from the hotel.
From the airport From the Barajas Airport, take Subway Line 8 to Mar de Cristal. At Mar de Cristal, transfer to Line 4 toward Argüelles. At Avenida de América (L4, L6, L7 and L9), change again to Line 7 toward Las Musas. Get off at the Parque Avenidas Station. The Subway exit is at Avenida de Bruselas, an approximately five-minute walk from the hotel.

Information about Madrid


The city that never sleeps

Madrid is an open-minded city where culture, entertainment and business share an attractive, thriving space. Thanks to its modern and cosmopolitan flare and to the friendly and passionate character of Madrilenians, the Spanish capital makes everyone feel right at home while providing them with some of the world’s most interesting tourist attractions.

Art Galore

Over eighty museums and more than two thousand monuments -both historical and artistic-, contribute to the city’s richness and bear witness to the history and the art of all those who have populated Madrid throughout the centuries. Without this cultural heritage it would be impossible to understand European and world history. Madrid’s cultural legacy offers visitors an unprecedented tour: the Art Walk (which includes the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofía National Museum and Art Centre, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and, more recently, CaixaForum). It is a unique walk through painting, sculpture, architecture and nature. But cultural heritage can also be appreciated on the streets. A walk through the many sides of Madrid offers a survey through past eras: the Hapsburg dynasty, the Bourbons, the Middle Ages, the 19th Century and even the times of Goya or Velázquez.

Nightlife and Entertainment

Those who visit Madrid will for sure know that it is one of the world’s liveliest, most entertaining and vibrant cities during the day, but even more so at night. Madrid offers visitors all imaginable options for leisure and entertainment. One of the most popular attractions is musical theatre. Gran Vía, also known as Madrid’s Broadway, has become a reference for this musical genre in Spain.

A Green City

With almost 3,000 hours of sun per year, Madrid is undoubtedly a luminous and warm city. Its Mediterranean continental climate is an invitation to walk through its streets. There is a great number of parks throughout the city, making it the greenest capital in Europe. In fact, Madrid has two true “green lungs”: El Retiro park and Casa de Campo.

Unique Gastronomy

With over 3,000 restaurants, Madrid can be considered a city where one can taste all the different cuisines in the world, as well as Spanish dishes. Undoubtedly, it also shows the richness of its own gastronomy with the cocido madrileño as its undisputed representative, while offering plenty of opportunities to try tapas. Aside from traditional flavours and styles, there is a new trend of top-quality cuisine, referred to as “designer’s” or “author’s" cuisine, which is considered avant-garde gastronomy to satisfy the most exquisite palates.

Shopping for All Tastes:

Shopping in Madrid appeals to everybody for its variety, its quality and for the multiple alluring choices offered: from the most modern premises to the old traditional shops in the city centre. The city has several well-defined shopping areas: Gran Vía, Calle Preciados, the Azca-Orense area, Chueca and Calle Fuencarral, Calle Bravo Murillo or the historical city centre. However, it is in the Salamanca neighbourhood, particularly on Calle de Serrano and its surroundings, where one can find the major boutiques, luxury jewelleries and gift shops. A visit to El Rastro is a must, as it is one of the world’s most famous street markets. This experience is more about seeing than buying and, of course, about being seduced by the most traditional side of Madrid.

Madrid, Active City

Sports are intensely lived in the city and there are a large number of specialised facilities to practise any discipline as well as to watch the best sports professionals. Madrid hosts football and basketball games featuring its most international teams -Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid-, and holds important sporting events such as the Madrid Master Series, the Madrid Golf Open, the San Silvestre Vallecana Race or the Sports Day. All this information and much more can be found at


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