Hotel Soho is composed by five historic buildings, all cultural heritage sites, whose facades form an angle along the main streets of Prado-Leon and Leon-Cervantes. All five centrally located buildings have been completely renovated.
The accommodation comprises 169 bedrooms designed and equipped with air conditioning and heating, direct dial telephone, satellite television, mini bar, room service, safe, hair dryer and internet connection.
Located in the heart of the historic centre of Madrid, the hotel is close to the famous “Art Triangle” formed by the city's main museums – The Prado, the Queen Sofia and the Thyssen Bornemisza Museum of Modern Art.
The Hotel is set in one of the most modern areas of the city, the famous Barrio de las Letras neighbourhood, just a few steps away from the Plaza Santa Ana and Las Cortes squares, the Aqteneo and the famed Puerta del Sol.
The Plaza de Opera and the marvellous Plaza de Oriente and Royal Palace are approximately 10 minutes away.
The hotel has an a la carte restaurant, bar, spacious common areas, indoor patio, outdoor terrace with garden, private garage and meeting service.
All of the rooms on the main floor (meeting rooms, common areas, bar, restaurant and reception hall) have wireless (Wi-Fi) Internet. Internet connection in the rooms is via ASDL.
All the meeting rooms are equipped with latest audiovisual media technology.
The hotel has four partitioned meeting rooms which can be joined to form one large 310 square meters room.
The grand metropolis of Madrid has its origins in the times of the Arab Emir Mohamed I (852-886), who ordered the construction of a fortress on the left bank of the Manzanares River. It later became cause of a dispute between the Christians and Arabs until it was conquered by Alfonso VI in the 11th century.
By the end of the 17th century, a defensive wall was built for the protection of the new outlying areas, tracing the roads of Segovia, Toledo and Valencia.
What remains today of the distant past are mainly Baroque and Neoclassical structures and buildings of the 17th and 18th centuries, such as la Plaza Mayor (Main Square), el Palacio Real (Royal Palace).
Madrid, a cosmopolitan city, is known by an intense cultural and artistic activity as well as a quite lively nightlife.