Skip navigation
Skip navigation
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser.

As well as exploring the stunning cultural attractions on offer in the city, those staying at hotels in Madrid can also pick up some parenting advice.

The Babies and Mothers Exhibition takes place at the Feria de Madrid from November 28th to November 29th and is a must for parents or those expecting.

According to, the event is aimed at families and sees dozens of companies gather to showcase their products and offer advice.

"The visitor is able to enjoy a large range of activities and free services such as conferences, play areas, baby care areas and an area for breastfeeding, among others," the website notes.

Highlights include a Nestle baby restaurant, where free products and nutritional advice will be on offer from the experts. A number of microwaves will also be installed in the area, providing parents with somewhere to prepare their children's food if they choose to take them to the exhibition.

A child massage workshop will be taking place, where parents can learn how to communicate with their babies through touch, as well as a Mothercare pilates class and yoga session with Gynea Laboratories.

Another event taking place at the Feria de Madrid this month is Feriarte, an antiques fair which kicks off on November 21st.

Jessica Reading, head of marketing for LateRooms, commented: "Demand for The Babies and Mothers Exhibition is always significant and we recommend that anyone considering attending should book their hoteles en Madrid as early as possible."

Editors notes:

LateRooms is one of the UK's leading online accommodation sites offering late availability deals in over 22,000 properties worldwide, ranging from bed and breakfasts to five star luxury hotels.

LateRooms offers customers a saving of up to 70 per cent off the normal room rate for a variety of independent and branded hotels. Customers can book by phone or online 24/7, whether booking 12 months or 12 minutes in advance - whatever time, whatever day.

LateRooms arm the customer with information to help them choose the right hotel. Users can read from over 350,000 true hotel reviews, written by customers who have booked through LateRooms and actually stayed at the hotel.

LateRooms is the first online site to use VisitBritain's official national classification system to rate its hotels, bed and breakfasts and guest houses. This ensures customers know the standards of quality they can expect when making a reservation.

This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of LateRooms Ltd in the following categories: Children & Teenagers, Women's Interest & Beauty, Travel, for more information visit