La Inmaculada Student Residence in Madrid is located in one of the safest areas of Madrid, in the residential El Viso area, in the Chamartín district, located in the northeast of the city, between Paseo de la Castellana and Calle Serrano, at the same level as the Santiago Bernabéu Football Stadium.
El Viso was named for the historic colony created by the architect Rafael Bergamín Gutiérrez. The colony represents an example of Madrid rationalism, as do a number of other buildings found throughout the campuses of the university city.
In the El Viso ward we can find houses, many of which were inhabited by intellectuals of the time. Today, the neighbourhood includes the former colonies of Parque Residencia and Iturbe IV.
The university residence is very well-connected to the main universities, study centres and business schools in the city.
Within a just over 5-minute walk, there is the Santiago Bernabéu underground stop and, at just over 10 minutes, the Nuevos Ministerios, Concha Espina, República Argentina and Cruz del Rayo underground and commuter rail stops.