The liveliest terrace of the city and the most exquisite cuisine makes the Urban a place of reference for the most cosmopolitan.
The Urban has 96 designer bedrooms, including duplex rooms and suites. The most sophisticated materials and the most exclusive decoration, passionately made for those who appreciate contemporary styles. Leather, dark woods, subtle lighting arranged in scenes, daring and seasonless decoration that will last over any fashion.
Located beside the Parliament, in the centre of the Paseo del Arte, the Urban opens out onto the most exuberant city, contemporary theatre and art you can enjoy in the museums near the hotel: the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofa and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.
Enjoy the most emblematic works of Spanish and international art in the most important museums in Spain. Experience the most dynamic nightlife and taste the best tapas. Madrid is full of cultural, gastronomic, leisure and business opportunities and welcomes all visitors. Discover the coolest and most glamorous nightlife of Madrid, if you dare.
Banquets & Meetings Reach the meeting rooms of the Urban via a gold staircase where you will discover exclusive works of art from the private Egyptian museum of the hotel . An Urban meeting room is the ideal venue for the most sophisticated meetings and events, where magic and technology come together.Meeting Space4 meeting roomsFine Dining on SiteGourmet restaurant "Europa Deco", Cocktail-Bar "La terraza del Urban", Oyster bar "Glass Bar" and Buffet breakfast.
High Speed InternetWireless Internet access/ADSL Internet connectionPets AllowedDogs welcomePool, OutdoorSwimming pool and solarium.Theatre & MuseumsOn-site Collection of Ancient Art and Egyptian Museum. The combination of avant-garde architecture and design with original ancient Oriental and Egyptian works of art makes the Urban an ethnic, magical and enchanting hotel. Tropical Wenge wood, green marble from Guatemala, Trent mosaics, totems and figures from Papua New Guinea, white marble from Thasos, Chinese portraits from the 18th and 19th centuries and a collection of Hindu figures from the 19th century, an Egyptian museum. What can we do to amaze you even more?