Located opposite the Real Monasterio, the Palacio de los Infantes is an eighteenth-century building restored and redeveloped by the architect Miguel de Oriol in 1991. The structure of the original palace has been kept, but after the latest makeover in 2012 it was fitted with the technology required to stage all kinds of events or training & development programmes.
The central courtyard of the Palacio de los Infantes is a truly unique and head-turning space, perfect for a coffee break or an informal cocktail reception thanks to its sheer size and its infinite possibilities. The building has 10 classrooms and 25 meeting rooms with natural daylight, all modular and flexible.
Palacio de los Infantes has its own dining rooms where catering partners, with the gourmet reputation of Mario Sandoval, create exclusive menus customized to the event.
Just a stone’s throw from the historic quarter of San Lorenzo del Escorial, the setting of the Palacio de los Infantes boasts plenty of options for cultural and outdoor activities. A morning trek through the mountains, a bike ride, or even an exclusive tour of the Royal Monastery, exploring areas that nobody else visits and that only you will have access to for being a guest.
After a busy day, some well-deserved time out is essential. This is why the venue offers more than 200 welcoming rooms at the Palacio de los Infantes to switch off and recharge batteries without the need for travel. Very comfortable and fully-equipped double and single rooms, suites and superior rooms guarantee a great night’s sleep before returning to work the following day.