Our location, next to Puerta del Sol, makes the Victoria 4 one of the best hotels in Madrid for shopping. We are just a stone's throw from the shopping area of Preciados and Sol, so in just a couple of minutes on foot you will find yourself on the doorstep of some of the main shops and department stores in the area.

Carmen and Preciados streets
Carmen and Preciados are the best known shopping streets in Sol. In particular, Calle Preciados is the great shopping symbol of central Madrid. Its main stretch, which runs from Puerta del Sol to Plaza del Callao, is pedestrianised. Sol is mainly home to department stores and international fashion chains.

Gran Vía
With its numerous cinemas, theatres and musicals, Gran Vía means culture. In addition to this excellent offer, there is also an important commercial activity. Located very close to Sol, and about 10 minutes walk from our hotel, the Gran Vía has many fashion shops and other interesting shops related to the world of culture.

Fuencarral Street
The fashionable street in Madrid: clothing shops of all kinds, generally not so well known brands, but more urban, indie and original. Shop and dance to the music of the locals and stroll along its pedestrianised part, located very close to the neighbourhoods of Malasaña and Chueca.

The flea market
El Rastro is more than just shopping. It is a visit of interest in itself. Every Sunday morning, in the area between Embajadores, Puerta de Toledo and La Latina, hundreds of street stalls offer strollers a huge range of flea market items. From clothes to handicrafts, electronics, paintings or records, as well as its famous antique shops. From our hotel you can reach the Rastro in a walk of less than 15 minutes.

Serrano and Ortega y Gasset
Madrid's "Golden Mile" has two of the most expensive streets in Spain. In Serrano you can find luxury shops of different brands and renowned jewellers. In the case of Calle Ortega y Gasset you will also find the most exclusive fashion establishments and numerous shops dedicated to decoration. Ortega y Gasset is perpendicular to Serrano and its importance has spread to other secondary streets in the area, such as Lagasca, Jorge Juan or Claudio Coello, with small and elegant fashion and accessories shops.