Deluxe at Script
Designed over 14 square metres, the deluxe rooms feature a queen-sized bed, a single bed, an ensuite bathroom, a foldable desk and air-conditioning. The sleek interior is grounded in simplicity and elegance. The modern room can accommodate up to 3 people.
Script embraces a completely digital and contactless guest journey without a reception on site. Guests are given a digital key for self-check-in and check-out. Our guest experience team is available 24/7, enabling full support via your smartphone. The rooms are awash in monochrome colours and modern comforts. The lounge on the ground floor serves as a common area where guests can access many kitchen appliances.
The Neighbourhood Las Cortes
The Neighbourhood Las Cortes
Script is located in Las Cortes, an iconic district in the city centre of Madrid. This is the oldest and most spectacular area of the city. You will find some of the most renowned monuments and the majestic streets that open up to iconic landmarks such as the Paseo Del Prado, the Bank of Spain and the Congress of the Deputies. The area surrounding Script is famously known as the "Golden Triangle of Art", a place of Madrid characterised by three well-known museums: Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza. Script is less than a 10-minute walk from Puerta del Sol, considered the most central point in Spain. Less than 15-minutes away is Retiro Park, popular among locals and tourists alike. It provides ample opportunities for exercise and relaxation during your visit to the Spanish capital. Script is an ideal location to get to know the history of Madrid from its heart.
Where to eat
Madrid is a wonderful city to experience anything from tapas to inspiring fine dining venues. The city is full of restaurants and cafes, offering a plethora of unique experiences, further securing its status as one of the most lively cities in Europe.
Endless shopping opportunities await in Madrid. The city has the perfect retail therapy catered to individual likings. Head to Gran Vía for luxury boutiques or eclectic flea markets such as El Rastro for unique finds.
Parks are an integral part of the city's culture and often home to intriguing historical monuments and opportunities for outdoor activities. The park El Retiro is world-famous and on a sunny day, we can recommend to rent one of the small boats and on the lake.
Madrid hosts some world-class museums. One of our top picks is the art museum Reina Sofía housing Picasso's Guernica from the Spanish civil war in 1937.
In the common area of Script, guests can enjoy a shared kitchen with appliances such as hobs for cooking, microwave, mini-fridge and dishwasher. All the essential kitchenware can be found here to help you prepare your morning breakfast or daily meal.
Art Nouveau inspired architecture
Characterised by its ornamental moulding, sinuous and organic lines, Script's architecture is heavily influenced by the Art Nouveau style that flourished in the early 20th century. In perfect communion with the neighbourhood, this historic building aims to inspire.