El Escorial hotels
The Escorial (The Royal Seat of San Lorenzo de El Escorial is an historical residence of the King of Spain) is an historical residence of the King of Spain. Located in the north of Madrd, the monastry has been built by the architect Juan Bautista de Toledo, appointed by the King Philip II in the middle of the 16th century. El Escorial complex is both a monastry and a Spanish royal palace. In 1984, it has been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
The Felipe II hotel does not seem to exist anymore; on the other hand, the Hotel Victoria Palace still exists under the name Exe Victoria Palace.
About this Hotel Felipe II label
View of the monastry San Lorenzo de la Escorial.
Title: “El Escorial Hotel Felipe II”
Creator: Printed by Fournier, Vitoria
Ref / Date: TLH-E-?-C / 2012
About this Victoria Palace label
View of the hotel as it can be seen still today.
Title: “Hotel Victoria Palace”
Ref / Date: TLH-E-?-D / 2017