What is the Mercado de la Paz?
The Mercado de la Paz is one of the most historic and authentic municipal markets in Madrid.
Romantic Getaway in Madrid
Do you want to surprise your partner with something special either to celebrate an important day or simply to escape from the daily routine? Organize a romantic getaway in Madrid and stay at Único Madrid, a 5* boutique hotel ideal for couples.
What to see in Madrid
If you are planning your next trip to Madrid, we will help you organize your visit with the best recommendations on what to see and do in the Spanish capital.
Shopping in Madrid
The Spanish capital is worldwide considered one of the leading cities in the fashion industry, along with New York, Milan and Paris. In fact, during Madrid’s fashion week the streets of the city centre are crowded with designers, models, photographers, journalists and other professionals, creating a magical and bustling creative atmosphere.
Easter plans 2021 in Madrid
Easter is an excellent time to enjoy the good weather in Madrid when it's not too cold or too hot, whether you are a tourist or a local. Whatever your case, here you will find everything: what days Easter is celebrated in Madrid, traditions and other leisure activities typical of the season.
Hotel for Valentine's Day in Madrid
Keep the flame of passion alive and surprise your partner with the best romantic plan in Madrid, we are your accomplices in organizing your perfect date.
The Prado Museum is one of the most import galleries in the world with a collection of European art spanning from the 12th to the 20th Century.
Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum
One of the most significant 20th Century private art collections in Europe has since 1992 been installed in Madrid.
Norman Foster Foundation Madrid
Perhaps one of the best known contemporary architects on the planet Sir Norman Foster whose work is renowned for its technological innovation is married to Spanish TV personality, Elena Ochoa.
Balenciaga and the Spanish masters
In the world of high fashion, art has always played a pivotal role. In this new exhibition at the El Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, haute couture designs by Spanish couturier, Balenciaga, are exhibited alongside the great masters of Spanish art from the 16th to the 20th century, showing how he harnessed their spirit to create his body of work.
La Quinta Cultural
Steps away from the Feria de Madrid and the impotent stadium of Club Atlético de Madrid we can find natural details, interesting corners and places full of life. One of those, the little known Quinta de los Molinos Park.
Parque del Retiro
The historical gardens and public park that cover 118 hectares constitute one of Madrid’s most important tourist attractions as well as being a favourite amenity for locals. El Retiro is a Bien de Interés Cultural (National Heritage Site) that first opened to the public in 1767 after previously being the sole preserve of the Royal Family.
Jardín del parque florido - Museo Lázaro Galdiano
José Lázaro Galdiano was a Spanish intellectual and collector who in his lifetime amassed over 20,000 book volumes as well as numerous other artefacts.
Opium Madrid is both a restaurant and club which includes several different spaces as well as privées for private groups. Located just a short taxi ride from the Hotel Único off the Paseo de la Castellana this club is very popular with a local crowd.
Located just a few blocks away from Hotel Único Madrid this urban spa offering treatments and beauty services is an oasis of relaxation, pampering and luxury.