Madrid Xanadu, Madrid
About Madrid Xanadu, Madrid
Madrid Xanadu, Madrid - Address, Phone Number
Address: Autovia A-5, salidas 22 y 25. Arroyomolinos, 28939 Madrid
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
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The mall is Madrid’s answer to bad weather. 200+ stores. 30+ restaurants. A bowling alley. A miniature golf course. A 15 theatre cinema. A mini-go-kart track. All of this should have been enough to satisfy even the most mall hardened tourist. That’s when Xanadu springs its SnowZone on you. This massive artificial indoor snow park is an excellent ski run! It’s divided into area s for beginners and experts. They actually hold classes for kids in the mornings. Everything’s done up to resemble an actual ski slope: the temp is a -2ºCelsius, and there are faux pine trees and outcrops of rock the whole way.
Madrid Xanadu Information
- You can visit this place anytime.
- Leisure areas are open from 10:00 am to 2:00 am (till 4:00 am on Fridays and Saturdays).
- Dress warmly for the SnowZone.
Madrid Xanadu Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Madrid Xanadu Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday to Sunday: 10am – 10pm
- Closed on 1st and 6th January and 25th December.
Entertainment and dining area:
- Sunday to Thursday: 10am – 1am
- Friday and Saturday: 12pm – 3am
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Madrid Xanadu, Madrid Reviews - Write a Review
Big mall with friendly shops and good enough selection of indoor activities to choose from. There is a cinema, arcade, bowling, and a trampoline. Sure enough there are the usual fast food restaurants and some fancier ones too. The big extra is the indoor ski and snowboard slope. It's great fun especially during summer. If you are less adventurous then there is a mini golf course next to it too.
The Xanadu ski park is great! Don't take me wrong... It is no even close to real skiing, but it serves many other purposes that are related to skiing. You can train for the season, try your new ski gear and be sure it fits you before you got the slopes, your kids can take lessons at a fraction of the price you pay at a resort or simply have some fun. Snowboarders and freeride skiers even have a small snow park to practice jumps! There is also a slalom piste for skiers, but I like that one less... If you were expecting the real thing in the center of Madrid for as low as 11€ you were totally wrong! However if you understand the purpose of this place you'll agree with me it deserves 5 stars!
Amazing shopping center. Not too big, not too small. It has a decent food court and the Snow Park is a big plus. Ski all year around.
Nice big mall with a variety of stores. You could spend the whole day looking around because there are so many stores to visit. Apart from clothing stores there are also restaurants, electronic stores and entertainment places for kids. If you're in the area then I would certainly recommend you stop by this place.
Huge mall. you need plenty of time and I mean hours to spend in this mall. Many many stores to browse and buy stuff. also quite a few full size and fast food restaurants to choose from. I highly recommend to pay a visit.
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