Practical information

Madrid: city of Goya, elegant boulevards and parks, legendary football clubs and a pleasant atmosphere.
An excellent location for the CED International Conference!

Venue of the conference

Hotel Wellington is located in the neighborhood of Salamanca, one of Madrid’s best and most prestigious districts. Close to the hotel is the Buen Retiro Park: a large and magnificent park, filled with beautiful sculptures and monuments. You will be impressed by the building of the Hotel Wellington, which is a catalogued and protected part of the architectural heritage of Madrid.

Address and booking information

Hotel Welllington Madrid
C/ Velázquez 8
28001 Madrid – Spain

Room Reservations
Tel.: + 34 914 231 407

Planning to extend your stay in Madrid?

History and modernity blend seamlessly in Madrid, which is known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and countless cultural, leisure and entertainment activities. Visit the Prado Museum, take a walk in the Buen Retiro Park and enjoy the delicious food!

Getting there

By air:
A taxi from Madrid-Barajas airport will bring you to the hotel in about 20 minutes (depending on traffic volume) for a fixed price of € 30,-.


By metro:
You can also take various metro routes directly to the hotel: From the airport, pink line (L8); change in Mar de Cristal to the brown line (L4) direction Argüelles; change in Goya to the red line (L2) direction Cuatro Caminos; exit in Retiro.


By car:
Please find your directions at the website of Hotel Wellington. Hotel Wellington has its own car park.

Hotel recommendations in the neighborhood

H10 Hotel Puerta de Alcalá (recommended)
Tel.: (+34) 91 4351060
Website H10 Hotel Puerta de Alcalá


NH Collection Madrid Colón
Tel.: (+34) 91 5760800
Website NH Collection Madrid Colón


Hotel Catalonia Goya
Tel.: (+34) 91 781 49 49
Website Hotel Catalonia Goya


Please refer directly to your preferred hotel in order to make your reservation. The hotel rooms are subject to availability.

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