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You'll basically be in the center of the action! Best hotels in Madrid, Spain. stay or five-star indulgence, our run-down of the best hotels in Madrid can This five-star boutique hotel is noteworthy for its distinct Art Deco. Find and book deals on the best luxury hotels in Madrid, Spain! Explore guest reviews and book the perfect luxury hotel for your trip.

Get exclusive and luxury treatment at Eurostars Madrid Tower. The hotel spans the first 31 floors of the imposing SyV Tower and offers views across the city and to the mountains beyond from the rooms, the spa, the Volvoreta restaurant and many of the meeting rooms. Cush rooms are kitted out in luxurious walnut furniture, and they all come with a pillow menu — a pillow menu! Head to the spa to work out, or better yet, to get a massage or other relaxing or beautifying body treatments, and when you want top-notch Mediterranean cusine, get to Volvoreta on the 30th floor: the views make for the perfect digestif.

More than half a century after it opened, the Wellington is still extremely graceful, with chandeliers, marble and murals, and groups of guests in formal evening wear milling about the lobby. Polite staff are on hand to cater to your every need. The hotel is just a stone's throw from the city's most expensive shopping area, Salamanca, and has a summer pool with terrace — ideal for relaxing after all that retail therapy.

Rooms vary in size and are decorated in a conservative but classic style, and the hotel's main restaurant, Goizeko, serves Basque dishes in elegant surroundings. Although it's a modern, rather nondescript building from the outside, the lavishly entitled Villa Magna, a Park Hyatt Hotel, more than lives up to its reputation — and prices — on the inside. The huge lobby, full of jewellery displays, international businesspeople and polite staff, leads to two excellent restaurants and a champagne bar, whose lunch menu is surprisingly reasonably priced.

There's also a top-notch gym, if keeping fit is part of your agenda. Rooms are done up in cosy, neutral colours with splashes of golden yellow in cushions, curtains and lampshades that brighten up your temporary living space. If you can afford to splash out, opt for the suite or suite terrace.

Either way, start your day in The Conservatory, where they serve home-made breakfast in the surrounds of a vertical garden topped by a skylight. The NH Hotel Group's flagship establishment is where to stay when you want a quiet room in a hotel that's well connected to the city centre. If you're in town for a Real Madrid match, you won't have far to go to see the hometown heroes at their Bernabeu Stadium.

This four-star property also has a gym, and a spa with pools at different temperatures and massage services. The Villa Real's owner, Jordi Clos, has an interest in Roman archaeology that's reflected in all the rooms and shared spaces, in an art collection that features ancient Roman mosaics and Greek ceramics. The large picture windows in your marble bathroom affords you loads of natural light and views.

If you choose a double room, you can opt for a split-level sitting area, or pick one of the duplex suites with its own Jacuzzi , or really splash out on a luxury suite with a private terrace. Though the Villa Real hasn't got a pool on-site, guests here can wander over to the Hotel Urban in the summer months for a dip. When you wake up in your plush bed, you can have coffee or breakfast in your room at the comfy sofa; suites have separate living rooms, and the corner junior suite is bathed in natural light.

Exterior rooms look out onto the Salamanca neighbourhood. The Melia chain installed what it calls a 'lifestyle hotel' in the lovely old Hotel Reina Victoria. In this case, the lifestyle is a mix of design and DJ music. The rooms are on the smaller side, but they're incredibly comfortable, with beds decked out in luxury linens, and bathrooms in Aveda toiletries. And if you can't bear to leave your pet at home, don't worry, fluffy friends are welcome here as well.

Its original splendour remains, plus there's a 1,metre-squared lush garden where you can retreat for a moment of peace surrounded by nature. Hidden away behind tall walls and trees, this hundred-year-old palace was once home to the Duke of Santo Mauro. And now one of the 49 luxuriously decorated rooms can be your temporary home in Madrid. Sleep comfortably in your king-size bed, and start your day with a flood of light from the floor-to-ceiling picture windows. What was once the Duke's library is now the high-class Biblioteca restaurant, which still gives you that cosy reading-room feel.

There's also the Art Deco—style Gin Bar for carving out some cocktail time, and you can't miss a visit to the immaculately kept garden with treasures such as centuries-old chestnut trees providing shade.

Get tucked in to first-class five-star service with an at-home feel, and that animal-print armchair. Three suites boast outdoor spaces with natural wood decks and furniture plus a Jacuzzi. Most rooms overlook Paseo de la Castellana or the Hesperia's urban garden, and offer luxe touches like a Bvlgari toiletries. Make room in your budget for a true dining experience at the hotel's restaurant, Santceloni , which has garnered two Michelin stars for itself and its chef Oscar Velasco.

Then it's off to the Scotch Bar, where they offer some 70 brands of spirits, with whisky as the star, but gin, rum and cocktails play their parts as well. What do you do with a disused 19th-century palace in Madrid? Convert it into one of the city's top hotels, it would seem, and here's another, set right on Madrid's 'Golden Mile', making for easy shopping jaunts if that's your thing. Rooms are decorated in bold accents around crisp whites and cosy greys, with the beds nestled into wooden headboards that jut out from the wall, doubling as bedside tables.

Some rooms have views of the interior garden, and the Grand Suite wows with artisan marble and a crystal floor mosaic. What would Madrid be without its bars, its expertly poured beers on tap, the stellar wine lists Go to the content Go to the footer Close Madrid icon-chevron-right Madrid. Rooms have large windows, are comfortable and spacious.

A great location. An elegant 19th-century townhouse blending contemporary chic with traditional architecture. Rooms are stylishly decorated and many come with balconies featuring views of the Madrid skyline.

Dine at the Malvar Restaurant or pamper yourself at the Bodyna Spa. Crisp, white and cool without being too bare - minimalism at its friendliest. Fantastic restaurant with a great wine list and hip crowd. The roof top bar is great for lounging at and taking in the views. City style for those with indulgent palates. A small, but opulent palace with artworks, antiques, and traditional architecture. Sumptuous rooms and suites with lots of open space, creamy furnishings and attractive period decoration.

Excellent restaurant, terrace and garden. Grand, but not pretentious. The writing is on the wall at this cool location, literally. Contemporary but still classically elegant - vivid reds, ochres, chic whites, and quips from literary figures. Great roof terrace with views and mouth-watering Japanese food at the restaurant. A designer hotel located in one of Madrid's most iconic buildings, Torre de Madrid.

Rooms are elegant and spacious and guests can make use of an indoor pool, fitness centre and sauna. Rooms are spacious and have an elegant and classic style. The Red Level service offers guests supreme luxury suites and there's two magnificent restaurants as well as a cocktail bar. A luxurious and opulent hotel in central Madrid, with a grand Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant. Guests will love the idyllic emerald green pool on the terrace, surrounded by cypress trees.

Fresh rooms are equally elegant with stylish tiling and furnishings. A gorgeous, sophisticated treat. An impeccably stylish hotel in a listed building with a roof terrace offering great city views. Decadent interiors feature beautiful tiling and sumptuous patterned fabrics, while luxurious rooms have fabulous designer wallpaper and indulgent bathrooms. A superb city bolt-hole for couples. A majestic hotel set in the top floors of a grand s building in the heart of the city.

Grown up rooms are decorated in monochrome shades, boast indulgent bathrooms and the best have sweeping views of the city. A fabulous restaurant and cocktails served on the terrace make this a special stay. An impressively modern four-star hotel in a historic building. Spacious rooms with sleek furnishings and mood lighting. Lovely outdoor terrace and garden, lively bar, and good business facilities.

Ideal for a stylish city break. This hotel provides a masterclass in quiet refinement. Beautiful rooms that ooze elegance and calm - whites, greys, beams, and views of the park. Delicious food and a spa to relax in after seeing the sights around the corner. The interiors ooze classical elegance - antique furniture, embroidered sheets, exclusive hand-woven rugs and marble bathrooms. A lively and sophisticated spot. Unparalleled service makes this a truly spoiling stay. A former residence of Spanish counts and countesses renovated to perfection in central Madrid.

The suites, or rather penthouses, are the piece de resistance - open air terraces, grand pianos, kitchens, and private butler.

A destination for weddings, honeymoons, business visitors, or city explorers. A former palace that combines homely charm with subtle decadence. Super king size beds to match the palatial interiors - enormous reception rooms with charming broderie anglaise furnishings.

A fantastic basement spa and lovely library-restaurant. Ideal for a stylish break. Muted luxury and glossy modernist surroundings in this palatial building. Large white bedrooms with lots of natural light and rich furnishings - some with Pop Art murals. Scrumptious modern-Mediterranean food, underground spa, and excellent service with a ratio of one member of staff per room. A chic gastro bar serves a range of amuse-bouche and cocktails.

Rooms are modern and spacious and fitted with high-tech equipment. The best rooms come with balconies featuring magnificent views of iconic landmarks. Only You is a 4 star boutique hotel situated in a restored 19th century palace. It enjoys a wonderfully central location in Madrid and offers uniquely decorated rooms, combining modern interior design with historic architecture. Be sure to eat at their superb restaurant!

A fantastic city spot. Rooms exude 19th-century elegance with fabrics designed by David Rockwell. The restaurant serves up the finest Spanish cuisine. Find me the best hotels in:. The Hotel Guru Spain Madrid. Check out. I'm flexible with dates. About Madrid A vibrant, cosmopolitan capital, Madrid's old-world charm and hospitality blend beautifully with the open-all-hours nightlife.

Where to stay - which neighbourhood? The hotels here also benefit from having charming views of this elegant, wide, tree-lined boulevard.

This is the oldest part of the city, and the elegant architecture was built during the Hapsburg reign. Or you might try Salamanca , with its grid of broad, elegant, tree-lined streets, smart shops and top restaurants. The stately mansions of Salamanca are one of its big draws, and the graceful squares and gardens and really special boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants.

There are also some charming, and quite niche, galleries and museums. Fashionable Chueca and Salesas are also central, in the beating heart of Madrid, with a downtown vibe and narrow streets lined with plenty of boutiques and bars which are lively both day and night.

The best hotels in Chueca and Salesas are a fairly stylish bunch, ranging from chic and affordable to seriously special. Salesas has the art galleries and concept stores, the artisan grocers and bookshops, and high end fashion, and Chueca has the best bars and antique shops. The Barrio de las Letras is the theatre district and old literary quarter, starting loosely around the Plaza Santa Ana and spreading outwards.

The many pedestrianised, cobbled streets of Barrio de las Letras are littered with plaques and quotes from famous Spanish authors, and there are numerous picturesque squares and fantastic old shops.

The Best Places to Stay in Madrid On the Gran Via Right on the Gran Via, the Iberostar Las Letras Gran Via is rather charming and ornate on the outside, but chic and contemporary inside, with rooms and suites that blend original features like parquet flooring and huge doors and windows, with contemporary wall colours and white fabrics. Our favourite rooms are in the corner tower.

The Principal is a majestic hotel set on the very top floors of a grand s built charmer, complete with wrought iron balconies, tall windows and a roof terrace that looks like a wedding cake.

There are 76 contemporary styled rooms and suites, all of them decorated in monochrome shades, with incredible city views and indulgent bathrooms. As well as having once been a palace, this legendary grand hotel in its current incarnation oozes classical elegance: think antique furniture, embroidered sheets and marble bathrooms, plus superb service.

The restaurant spills out onto a polished marble terrace with sweeping steps down to a pretty garden of shady trees, and for locals this is just the place to be seen.

In Madrid de Los Austrias and the Plaza Santa Ana The ME Madrid Reina Victoria is grand and timeless on the outside, with row upon row of elegant bay windows and another wedding cake-esque roof terrace, ornate and white. There are rooms and suites, plus a rooftop bar and a fantastic restaurant, which opens out onto the square in front of the hotel. In Salamanca Less impressive on the outside than some of our other Madrid recommendations, we really like Totem for its simple elegance.

And for a change the inside and the outside are a good match, with elegant lines and lots of white creating a chic effect. Once the residence of Spanish Counts and Countesses, and renovated to perfection, the Hotel Villa Magna is spacious and elegant, with open air terraces, grand pianos, and a gastronomically delightful restaurant.

There are rooms and suites, and a glamorous entrance which reminds our Guru of s glamour. The location is perfect for this part of town, and for Madrid generally, and its rooms and suites are decorated with the hotel's historic architecture in mind, but also with a great eye for which features are the best. Expect white linens with navy borders that match many of the rooms' accents, exposed beams and large windows.

The restaurant is superb, and the bar chic and friendly. In Barrio de las Letras The Hotel Villa Real is just steps away from Madrid's museum golden triangle, overlooking the museums, in fact, so it's the ideal base for exploring the city on foot. The facade is traditional, as is the decor: think rich leathers and Roman mosaics, but the comforts are contemporary. Its 96 rooms and suites are well priced too. Each room and suite comes with a Mac and a projector, which are designed to appeal to business guests, but can be quite fun.

Some of the rooms have a jacuzzi, and you can also order an in-room spa treatment. For a city break Sleek, yet colourful, the Vincci SoMa is a relatively large hotel for Madrid, with comfortable rooms and suites decorated in whites, reds and yellows, with plenty of wood.

The library has a gas fire and comfy sofas but the star is the restaurant, serving superb Mediterranean cuisine with colourful retro crockery.

Vincci SoHo is another large, relatively modern hotel in a great, central location. The facade has a pleasing, traditional look, being a fusion of a row of five historic buildings, and the new interior renovation is spacious, both in the rooms and suites, and in the public spaces. Bless Madrid offers an excellent mix of contemporary design and classic style, with beautiful tiled and parquet floors, simply elegant contemporary fireplaces and plastered ceilings, well chosen fabrics and great modern and contemporary art.

The hotel has a gorgeous bowling alley, a green-tiled pool on the rooftop terrace and a gorgeous lobby bar. And a fine dining restaurant run by a ten Michelin starred chef. The restaurant is simplicity itself, and the roof terrace has incredible skyline views and a cocktail bar with an eclectic playlist. The Hotel Urban has a slick, more masculine air, with angular, more Art Deco feeling interiors in dark woods and neutrals, with plenty of chrome.

We also really love this hotel for its roof top plunge pool. There are a neat rooms and suites. The architecture, which dates from , is very French, with a wonderful glass entrance, and elegant French windows. And some of the public spaces and lounges have a French feel too, with a level of grand sophistication reminiscent of Belle Epoque Paris.

Upstairs the 51 rooms and suites are very spacious, with beds like football pitches, and contemporary compared to the rest of the hotel. With lovely views over the Parque del Retiro, Hospes Madrid is a Bourbon Restoration red-brick building, cleverly positioned on the edge of Salamanca.

The 31 stately rooms are done in elegant whites and greys, and we love the duplex suites with beams in the attic. The Bodyna spa has a Turkish bath and a small indoor pool, and the Senzone restaurant has excellent dishes and a sommelier to match.

Plus they'll lend you a bike for free so you can tour the city with ease. The interiors have a Belle Epoque feel, with an impressive entrance and beautiful stone staircases and floors. There are 61 rooms and suites, some of them perfect for business travellers too. And they offer complimentary bike hire. The rooms are white on white, with touches of black and green, and there are just 22 of them. Welcoming and chic. Prefer an Apartment or Guesthouse? You can also take the metro, which is fairly convenient, but you do need to change lines, which is worth thinking about if you have a lot of luggage.

Madrid, lit any city break offering fantastic cultural treasures, is an all year round destination. Winter is crisp and cold, sunny, but it can also be snowy. All things considered autumn is probably our favourite time to visit, there are a lot of cultural events on, and the days are still warm but most of the visitors have left. Still not sure which to book?

You might extend your search for the best places to stay in the Madrid Region , which includes the best places to stay in Guadalajara , a commuter town just north of Madrid. Alternatively, you could contact one of our friendly gurus for personalised advice.

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Check the rates for Madrid. Which neighborhood should you choose? The first 6 areas I am going to talk about are all in the Centro district, and the last one Salamanca is very close to it: Madrid Centro is the heart and soul of the city both geographically and metaphorically and definitely the best district for tourists interested in the best sights and activities that the Spanish capital has to offer! Plus, the atmosphere at this hostel is so friendly and nice!

The building has a very good location, close to the most important sights in the city! This one has an amazing location right in the heart of the neighborhood, close to countless bars and restaurants. No worries, I have the perfect solution for you! This cool hostel has clean rooms and some amazing prices, perfect for backpackers and solo travelers as well! Plus, the staff is super friendly and helpful! Plus, they serve a very good daily breakfast and they have free Wi-Fi as well!

Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere!

Check the rates for La Latina. Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms. Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices. The rooms are simple, clean and super bright! Check the rates for Chueca. This amazing accommodation awaits with a 5-star service, superb decor, an on-site restaurant and bar, airport shuttle and everything else you might need for the ideal stay!

The staff is friendly and they even have free Wi-Fi and a very good location. Airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a very good breakfast — these are just some of the top advantages of staying here! Check the rates for Barrio de Las Letras. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget? This 4-star accommodation awaits with beautiful rooms and a great service.

NH Madrid Nacional — Do you want to enjoy a luxurious trip in a great location, close to countless bars and restaurants? No worries, I have the perfect one for you! The rooms are just superb and the balconies have a great view over the capital! Hotel Freedom — This cool 2-star hotel is another excellent choice for a mid-range property. If you get bored during your trip, you can always head over to a tapas bar or do some shopping! They offer impeccable service as well! And if you can't bear to leave your pet at home, don't worry, fluffy friends are welcome here as well.

Its original splendour remains, plus there's a 1,metre-squared lush garden where you can retreat for a moment of peace surrounded by nature. Hidden away behind tall walls and trees, this hundred-year-old palace was once home to the Duke of Santo Mauro. And now one of the 49 luxuriously decorated rooms can be your temporary home in Madrid. Sleep comfortably in your king-size bed, and start your day with a flood of light from the floor-to-ceiling picture windows.

What was once the Duke's library is now the high-class Biblioteca restaurant, which still gives you that cosy reading-room feel. There's also the Art Deco—style Gin Bar for carving out some cocktail time, and you can't miss a visit to the immaculately kept garden with treasures such as centuries-old chestnut trees providing shade.

Get tucked in to first-class five-star service with an at-home feel, and that animal-print armchair. Three suites boast outdoor spaces with natural wood decks and furniture plus a Jacuzzi. Most rooms overlook Paseo de la Castellana or the Hesperia's urban garden, and offer luxe touches like a Bvlgari toiletries. Make room in your budget for a true dining experience at the hotel's restaurant, Santceloni , which has garnered two Michelin stars for itself and its chef Oscar Velasco.

Then it's off to the Scotch Bar, where they offer some 70 brands of spirits, with whisky as the star, but gin, rum and cocktails play their parts as well. What do you do with a disused 19th-century palace in Madrid? Convert it into one of the city's top hotels, it would seem, and here's another, set right on Madrid's 'Golden Mile', making for easy shopping jaunts if that's your thing.

Rooms are decorated in bold accents around crisp whites and cosy greys, with the beds nestled into wooden headboards that jut out from the wall, doubling as bedside tables. Some rooms have views of the interior garden, and the Grand Suite wows with artisan marble and a crystal floor mosaic. What would Madrid be without its bars, its expertly poured beers on tap, the stellar wine lists Go to the content Go to the footer Close Madrid icon-chevron-right Madrid.

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Are you ready? Malasana 3. Chueca — Where to stay in Madrid for nightlife 5. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget 7. Check the rates for Madrid. Which neighborhood should you choose? The first 6 areas I am going to talk about are all in the Centro district, and the last one Salamanca is very close to it: Madrid Centro is the heart and soul of the city both geographically and metaphorically and definitely the best district for tourists interested in the best sights and activities that the Spanish capital has to offer!

Plus, the atmosphere at this hostel is so friendly and nice! The building has a very good location, close to the most important sights in the city! This one has an amazing location right in the heart of the neighborhood, close to countless bars and restaurants.

No worries, I have the perfect solution for you! This cool hostel has clean rooms and some amazing prices, perfect for backpackers and solo travelers as well! Plus, the staff is super friendly and helpful! Plus, they serve a very good daily breakfast and they have free Wi-Fi as well! Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere! Check the rates for La Latina.

Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms. Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices. The rooms are simple, clean and super bright! Check the rates for Chueca. This amazing accommodation awaits with a 5-star service, superb decor, an on-site restaurant and bar, airport shuttle and everything else you might need for the ideal stay!

The staff is friendly and they even have free Wi-Fi and a very good location. Airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a very good breakfast — these are just some of the top advantages of staying here! Check the rates for Barrio de Las Letras. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget? This 4-star accommodation awaits with beautiful rooms and a great service.

NH Madrid Nacional — Do you want to enjoy a luxurious trip in a great location, close to countless bars and restaurants? No worries, I have the perfect one for you! The rooms are just superb and the balconies have a great view over the capital! Free parking Property types. Hotels Condos Hostels Show more. Distance from. Centro Sol Gran Via Literary Quarter Barrio de Las Letras Traveler rating.

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Show Prices. Free Wifi. Dear Hotel Madrid. Ibis Madrid Aeropuerto Barajas. Excellent location and modern. Staff were wonderful. It offers a gym, hot tub and free Wi-Fi. I like that there are tea and coffee making facilities in the room and the free snacks from It offers modern services, including free Wi-Fi access and free minibar in rooms.

Very friendly and helpful staff. Catalonia Puerta del Sol is set in a magnificent 18th-century building in the historic centre of Madrid, a few minutes from Puerta del Sol. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The smell in the reception hall is so good which I love at the first time I stepped in. The hotel offers free WiFi, a gym and roof terrace with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool.

In a prime location in the centre of Madrid, The First One Boutique Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, private parking and room service. Staff is nice and very helpful specialy Dian. Located in Madrid, metres from Puerta del Sol, Pestana Plaza Mayor Madrid offers amenities including a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre.

Lovely breakfast. Great room onto the square. It offers elegant rooms, free WiFi, a spa and gym. The design decor is really nice, in good taste, good materials, modern but with lasting looks. We absolutely loved these apartments!! Diandra was an excellent host. I received all the information to have a pleasant stay Well located Featuring a spa on site, Eurostars Suites Mirasierra is located in Madrid, 9 km from the city centre, and 12 km from Barajas Airport.

This hotel offers free WiFi and free parking. The location and the front desk staff service experience. This sophisticated hotel is located in the metre high SyV Tower, and includes a gym and spa. Comfortable and big rooms. Extremely kind and helpful staff! Puerta del Sol is metres away. The location was perfect and the staff were all wonderful. Centro , Huertas and Malasana are popular with other travellers visiting Madrid.

I mean A hostel With 2 showers, 2 toilets for each room Squeaky clean every where! The only downer was a broken lift on the day, but the original wooden stairs that they preserved having re-constucted the rest of the building totally, were just a great fun to climb!

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The #1 Best Value of places to stay in Madrid. Free Wifi. Pool. Hotel Nuevo Boston. Show Prices. #2 Best Value of places to stay in Madrid. Free Wifi. Hotels in Madrid are not all dull chains. New hostels and revamped palaces offer cool roof terraces, top restaurant chefs and devilish cocktails. Best hotels in Madrid. The best hotels in Madrid, chosen by our expert, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels and Madrid hotel deals. Read the.

Here they are:. If you want to stay as close to it as possible, below you can find my choice of the 3 best hotels and 3 apartments one per each type of budget :. The airport is located only 16 km away from the city center, but it will take you more than 35 minutes via public transportation to get there. If you have a very early or very late flight, a wise idea would be to book a hotel located as close to the airport as possible.

If you decided to do so, here are the best airport hotels in Madrid to choose from one for each type of budget :. Yay, you have reached the end of my complete guide on Madrid accommodation! I hope you found this article useful and maybe you already found the ideal place for your stay, who knows? In this post I have told you everything you need to know about the 7 best neighborhoods in Madrid, together with my hand-picked hotel recommendations in each of them.

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The first 6 areas I am going to talk about are all in the Centro district, and the last one Salamanca is very close to it: Madrid Centro is the heart and soul of the city both geographically and metaphorically and definitely the best district for tourists interested in the best sights and activities that the Spanish capital has to offer!

Plus, the atmosphere at this hostel is so friendly and nice! The building has a very good location, close to the most important sights in the city! This one has an amazing location right in the heart of the neighborhood, close to countless bars and restaurants. No worries, I have the perfect solution for you! This cool hostel has clean rooms and some amazing prices, perfect for backpackers and solo travelers as well!

Plus, the staff is super friendly and helpful! Plus, they serve a very good daily breakfast and they have free Wi-Fi as well! Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere! Check the rates for La Latina. Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms.

Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices. The rooms are simple, clean and super bright!

Check the rates for Chueca. This amazing accommodation awaits with a 5-star service, superb decor, an on-site restaurant and bar, airport shuttle and everything else you might need for the ideal stay! The staff is friendly and they even have free Wi-Fi and a very good location. Airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a very good breakfast — these are just some of the top advantages of staying here!

Check the rates for Barrio de Las Letras. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget?

This 4-star accommodation awaits with beautiful rooms and a great service. NH Madrid Nacional — Do you want to enjoy a luxurious trip in a great location, close to countless bars and restaurants?

No worries, I have the perfect one for you! Melia Show results. Sort Filter Map. Sort by:. Updating list Hotel Nuevo Boston. Show Prices. Free Wifi. Dear Hotel Madrid. Ibis Madrid Aeropuerto Barajas. Visit hotel website. ApartoSuites Jardines de Sabatini. Axel Hotel Madrid. The Principal Madrid. Wonderfully located with most sights in walking distance I highly commend the t Special offer.

Special Deal Free breakfast with your stay. Hotel Europa. Hotel Nuevo Madrid. Hotel Francisco I. Staff friendly and helpful and whole place spotless. Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid. The Pavilions Madrid. The room was spacious ,with a great bathroom and a comfy large bed. Breakfast was continental but large selection and was perfectly adequate. VP Plaza Espana Design.

Special Rate Special rate available. Hotel Fenix Gran Melia. Barcelo Torre de Madrid. Bless Hotel Madrid. Barcelo Imagine. Ganivet Hotel. Palacio de los Duques Gran Melia. Room Mate Oscar. What a great hotel with a perfect location ,close to nice bars resturants and shops, the room was nice and clean and the stuff so friendly and helpfull, sertunly a joy, i would look for their hotels in other Vincci The Mint. Mercure Madrid Plaza de Espana. Refurbished, modern hotel offering a great breakfast, large bedroom with walk-in shower, balcony with rooftop views, very clean, very nice tapas bar, quiet, and all the staff Room service.

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101,000
* €/m2
299 m2 | 9 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
You'll basically be in the center of the action! Best hotels in Madrid, Spain. stay or five-star indulgence, our run-down of the best hotels in Madrid can This five-star boutique hotel is noteworthy for its distinct Art Deco. Mandarin Oriental Ritz.

Excellent location and modern. Staff were wonderful. It offers a gym, hot tub and free Wi-Fi. I like that there are tea and coffee making facilities in the room and the free snacks from It offers modern services, including free Wi-Fi access and free minibar in rooms. Very friendly and helpful staff. Catalonia Puerta del Sol is set in a magnificent 18th-century building in the historic centre of Madrid, a few minutes from Puerta del Sol.

It offers free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The smell in the reception hall is so good which I love at the first time I stepped in. The hotel offers free WiFi, a gym and roof terrace with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool.

In a prime location in the centre of Madrid, The First One Boutique Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, private parking and room service. Staff is nice and very helpful specialy Dian. Located in Madrid, metres from Puerta del Sol, Pestana Plaza Mayor Madrid offers amenities including a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre.

Lovely breakfast. Great room onto the square. It offers elegant rooms, free WiFi, a spa and gym. The design decor is really nice, in good taste, good materials, modern but with lasting looks. We absolutely loved these apartments!!

Diandra was an excellent host. I received all the information to have a pleasant stay Well located Featuring a spa on site, Eurostars Suites Mirasierra is located in Madrid, 9 km from the city centre, and 12 km from Barajas Airport.

This hotel offers free WiFi and free parking. The location and the front desk staff service experience. This sophisticated hotel is located in the metre high SyV Tower, and includes a gym and spa. Comfortable and big rooms. Extremely kind and helpful staff! Puerta del Sol is metres away. The location was perfect and the staff were all wonderful. Centro , Huertas and Malasana are popular with other travellers visiting Madrid. I mean A hostel With 2 showers, 2 toilets for each room Squeaky clean every where!

The only downer was a broken lift on the day, but the original wooden stairs that they preserved having re-constucted the rest of the building totally, were just a great fun to climb! List your property. This includes essential security and accessibility features. We use this information to improve our website and services.

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Madrid luxury hotels For those who expect the best. Luxury hotels for the discerning traveller. Please type your destination. Error: Please enter a destination to start searching. I'm travelling for work. Spacious rooms are traditionally styled, and come with upholstered bedheads and heavy drapes. Service is discreet and personal, and staff go out of their way to be helpful.

This fashionable little adults-only hotel in the heart of the lively Chueca district is a blend of the historic with hip interior design. Navy-blue walls, map prints of old Madrid, giraffe-print bathrobes, and rain showers are some of the features found in all the rooms; for a private terrace, book the Only You Secret room.

Geared towards busy urbanites, Only You boasts no established check-in time, hour service, and a hour gym. Accommodation in Sol is a good mix with something for everyone: luxury hotels, small boutique hotels, and hostels. Tourist trap souvenir shops aside, there are some excellent places selling original crafts, too.

A maze of tiny streets, south of Sol, La Latina is the oldest part of the city hence the name, the Latin Quarter. This maze is punctuated by small, lively plazas and centuries-old churches, and lined with appealing 18th century buildings. Some of the graffiti, experimental art spaces, and vintage rock band venues have survived to this day, though the seedier elements have been replaced with uber-trendy cafes, high-end tattoo parlors, hipster restaurants, independent boutiques, and cocktail bars.

Dining options in Las Letras tend to be more upscale, and there are several 5-star hotels here, as well as across the Paseo del Prado. Salamanca is quieter than central Madrid, but there is nightlife to be found here nonetheless.

Free Travel Guides. Get Started Here! Smoking is not allowed inside bars and restaurants, but people can still smoke on attached outdoor terraces. Spanish food is famous for its tapas, and Madrid has an excellent dining scene.

Vegetarians and vegans are now also well catered to. The public transportation system is excellent and the Metro system runs to pretty much every corner of the city.

Public transport runs roughly between 6am and pm, with the exception of late-running night buses. Uber is cheaper than regular taxis, but official taxi drivers know the city better. Driving in central Madrid is not recommended due to the proliferation of narrow, one-way streets.

Madrid is a hour city. Those who choose to go out earlier will miss the action, but will be more likely to get a seat in a bar. Book 4 to 6 months in advance for the best rooms and rates. Hotel Urban Madrid A centrally-located chrome-and-glass cube full of Papua New Guinean artifacts, Hotel Urban the most interesting 5-star hotel in town. Mandarin Oriental Ritz Madrid Classic 5-star luxury, ideally situated in the heart of the Retiro district, and popular with visiting dignitaries, aristocracy, and celebrities.

Only You Boutique Hotel This fashionable little adults-only hotel in the heart of the lively Chueca district is a blend of the historic with hip interior design. Go on a weekday, as weekend lines stretch around the block. Read expert review. Check availability. See review. Rates provided by Booking.

Rates provided by Expedia. Expect classic luxury at every turn at Hotel Ritz Madrid. The hotel is currently closed and due to reopen as a Mandarin Oriental in summer Check availability for dates and prices. See review for dates and prices. Serious luxury has come to Madrid with this five-star hotel in a lavishly remodelled palace. Superb service, luxe materials, outstanding food and soothing design combine to create a secret haven in the heart of the city.

A great choice for a special occasion or treat. There are no set-in-stone rules and regulations here — guests are made to feel completely at ease. Although it is right in the middle of the city, the clubby vibe means you may well not want to move from the lobby bar.

356,000
* €/m2
238 m2 | 3 bedrooms | 1 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru › gallery › best-hotels-in-madrid. Barceló Emperatriz. Hotels in Madrid are not all dull chains. New hostels and revamped palaces offer cool roof terraces, top restaurant chefs and devilish cocktails.

Great room onto the square. It offers elegant rooms, free WiFi, a spa and gym. The design decor is really nice, in good taste, good materials, modern but with lasting looks. We absolutely loved these apartments!! Diandra was an excellent host. I received all the information to have a pleasant stay Well located Featuring a spa on site, Eurostars Suites Mirasierra is located in Madrid, 9 km from the city centre, and 12 km from Barajas Airport.

This hotel offers free WiFi and free parking. The location and the front desk staff service experience. This sophisticated hotel is located in the metre high SyV Tower, and includes a gym and spa. Comfortable and big rooms.

Extremely kind and helpful staff! Puerta del Sol is metres away. The location was perfect and the staff were all wonderful. Centro , Huertas and Malasana are popular with other travellers visiting Madrid.

I mean A hostel With 2 showers, 2 toilets for each room Squeaky clean every where! The only downer was a broken lift on the day, but the original wooden stairs that they preserved having re-constucted the rest of the building totally, were just a great fun to climb! List your property. This includes essential security and accessibility features. We use this information to improve our website and services. They also enable you to like or share something directly on social media.

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Looking for a luxury hotel? These five-star properties feature lavish luxuries such as on-site restaurants with sweeping city views, in-room massage and spacious private terraces. They often have a central location which makes exploring the main sights a breeze. Search luxury hotels in Madrid. Central location. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Best Lodging in Madrid, Spain with Prices.

View map. Madrid Hotels and Places to Stay. Guests —. Free cancellation. Reserve now, pay at stay. Properties with special offers. Breakfast included Air conditioning Free Wifi Pool Free parking Property types. Hotels Condos Hostels Show more. Distance from. Centro Sol Gran Via Literary Quarter Barrio de Las Letras Traveler rating. Hotel class. Budget Mid-range Luxury Family-friendly This funky 3-star boutique hotel was once a 16th century grain store, then a 19th century inn for visiting merchants.

Now, its individually-styled, sparsely-furnished rooms come with memory foam beds, Moorish-style alcoves, plasma-screen TVs, and retro phones. Walls are colorfully done in lime-green, crimson, mustard-yellow, or azure. Rooms towards the front of the building are brighter and more spacious, but also come with more street noise.

A former coaching inn turned 4-star boutique hotel, Posada del Leon de Oro is located in the oldest part of town on lively Cava Baja, a street renowned for its tapas bars. Each of the 17 large rooms is uniquely designed and decorated: heavy wooden beams, chrome walls, funky wallpaper, and wall-length cityscape prints are some of the features that guests might encounter.

Personalized service and proximity to museums and the nightlife and restaurants of Sol and La Latina make this a great mid-range pick. Family-friendly amenities include cots, free beds for children under 11 in deluxe rooms, and child-minding services arranged on request.

Ideally located for shopping and dining, with Retiro park, the Prado, and other major attractions a short ride away. There are plenty of theatrical flourishes, including a grand lobby used to stage plays in the s.

Spacious rooms are traditionally styled, and come with upholstered bedheads and heavy drapes. Service is discreet and personal, and staff go out of their way to be helpful. This fashionable little adults-only hotel in the heart of the lively Chueca district is a blend of the historic with hip interior design.

Navy-blue walls, map prints of old Madrid, giraffe-print bathrobes, and rain showers are some of the features found in all the rooms; for a private terrace, book the Only You Secret room.

Geared towards busy urbanites, Only You boasts no established check-in time, hour service, and a hour gym. Accommodation in Sol is a good mix with something for everyone: luxury hotels, small boutique hotels, and hostels.

Tourist trap souvenir shops aside, there are some excellent places selling original crafts, too. A maze of tiny streets, south of Sol, La Latina is the oldest part of the city hence the name, the Latin Quarter. This maze is punctuated by small, lively plazas and centuries-old churches, and lined with appealing 18th century buildings.

Some of the graffiti, experimental art spaces, and vintage rock band venues have survived to this day, though the seedier elements have been replaced with uber-trendy cafes, high-end tattoo parlors, hipster restaurants, independent boutiques, and cocktail bars.

Dining options in Las Letras tend to be more upscale, and there are several 5-star hotels here, as well as across the Paseo del Prado. Salamanca is quieter than central Madrid, but there is nightlife to be found here nonetheless. Free Travel Guides. Get Started Here! Smoking is not allowed inside bars and restaurants, but people can still smoke on attached outdoor terraces. Spanish food is famous for its tapas, and Madrid has an excellent dining scene.

Vegetarians and vegans are now also well catered to. The public transportation system is excellent and the Metro system runs to pretty much every corner of the city.

119,000
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Palacio Plaza Conde de Miranda
125 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 10 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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Hotel class. Budget Mid-range Luxury Family-friendly Petit Palace Hotels NH Hotels Melia Show results. Sort Filter Map. Sort by:. Updating list Hotel Nuevo Boston. Show Prices. Free Wifi. Dear Hotel Madrid. Ibis Madrid Aeropuerto Barajas. Visit hotel website. ApartoSuites Jardines de Sabatini.

Axel Hotel Madrid. The Principal Madrid. Wonderfully located with most sights in walking distance I highly commend the t Special offer. Special Deal Free breakfast with your stay. Hotel Europa. Hotel Nuevo Madrid. Hotel Francisco I. Staff friendly and helpful and whole place spotless. Hyatt Centric Gran Via Madrid. The Pavilions Madrid. The room was spacious ,with a great bathroom and a comfy large bed. Breakfast was continental but large selection and was perfectly adequate.

VP Plaza Espana Design. Special Rate Special rate available. Hotel Fenix Gran Melia. Barcelo Torre de Madrid. Bless Hotel Madrid. Barcelo Imagine. Ganivet Hotel. Palacio de los Duques Gran Melia.

Room Mate Oscar. What a great hotel with a perfect location ,close to nice bars resturants and shops, the room was nice and clean and the stuff so friendly and helpfull, sertunly a joy, i would look for their hotels in other Vincci The Mint.

Mercure Madrid Plaza de Espana. The hotel is just a stone's throw from the city's most expensive shopping area, Salamanca, and has a summer pool with terrace — ideal for relaxing after all that retail therapy. Rooms vary in size and are decorated in a conservative but classic style, and the hotel's main restaurant, Goizeko, serves Basque dishes in elegant surroundings. Although it's a modern, rather nondescript building from the outside, the lavishly entitled Villa Magna, a Park Hyatt Hotel, more than lives up to its reputation — and prices — on the inside.

The huge lobby, full of jewellery displays, international businesspeople and polite staff, leads to two excellent restaurants and a champagne bar, whose lunch menu is surprisingly reasonably priced. There's also a top-notch gym, if keeping fit is part of your agenda.

Rooms are done up in cosy, neutral colours with splashes of golden yellow in cushions, curtains and lampshades that brighten up your temporary living space.

If you can afford to splash out, opt for the suite or suite terrace. Either way, start your day in The Conservatory, where they serve home-made breakfast in the surrounds of a vertical garden topped by a skylight. The NH Hotel Group's flagship establishment is where to stay when you want a quiet room in a hotel that's well connected to the city centre. If you're in town for a Real Madrid match, you won't have far to go to see the hometown heroes at their Bernabeu Stadium.

This four-star property also has a gym, and a spa with pools at different temperatures and massage services. The Villa Real's owner, Jordi Clos, has an interest in Roman archaeology that's reflected in all the rooms and shared spaces, in an art collection that features ancient Roman mosaics and Greek ceramics. The large picture windows in your marble bathroom affords you loads of natural light and views.

If you choose a double room, you can opt for a split-level sitting area, or pick one of the duplex suites with its own Jacuzzi , or really splash out on a luxury suite with a private terrace.

Though the Villa Real hasn't got a pool on-site, guests here can wander over to the Hotel Urban in the summer months for a dip. When you wake up in your plush bed, you can have coffee or breakfast in your room at the comfy sofa; suites have separate living rooms, and the corner junior suite is bathed in natural light.

Exterior rooms look out onto the Salamanca neighbourhood. The Melia chain installed what it calls a 'lifestyle hotel' in the lovely old Hotel Reina Victoria.

In this case, the lifestyle is a mix of design and DJ music. The rooms are on the smaller side, but they're incredibly comfortable, with beds decked out in luxury linens, and bathrooms in Aveda toiletries. And if you can't bear to leave your pet at home, don't worry, fluffy friends are welcome here as well. Its original splendour remains, plus there's a 1,metre-squared lush garden where you can retreat for a moment of peace surrounded by nature.

Hidden away behind tall walls and trees, this hundred-year-old palace was once home to the Duke of Santo Mauro. And now one of the 49 luxuriously decorated rooms can be your temporary home in Madrid. Sleep comfortably in your king-size bed, and start your day with a flood of light from the floor-to-ceiling picture windows. What was once the Duke's library is now the high-class Biblioteca restaurant, which still gives you that cosy reading-room feel.

There's also the Art Deco—style Gin Bar for carving out some cocktail time, and you can't miss a visit to the immaculately kept garden with treasures such as centuries-old chestnut trees providing shade. Get tucked in to first-class five-star service with an at-home feel, and that animal-print armchair.

Three suites boast outdoor spaces with natural wood decks and furniture plus a Jacuzzi. Most rooms overlook Paseo de la Castellana or the Hesperia's urban garden, and offer luxe touches like a Bvlgari toiletries. Make room in your budget for a true dining experience at the hotel's restaurant, Santceloni , which has garnered two Michelin stars for itself and its chef Oscar Velasco.

Then it's off to the Scotch Bar, where they offer some 70 brands of spirits, with whisky as the star, but gin, rum and cocktails play their parts as well. What do you do with a disused 19th-century palace in Madrid? Convert it into one of the city's top hotels, it would seem, and here's another, set right on Madrid's 'Golden Mile', making for easy shopping jaunts if that's your thing. Rooms are decorated in bold accents around crisp whites and cosy greys, with the beds nestled into wooden headboards that jut out from the wall, doubling as bedside tables.

Some rooms have views of the interior garden, and the Grand Suite wows with artisan marble and a crystal floor mosaic. What would Madrid be without its bars, its expertly poured beers on tap, the stellar wine lists Go to the content Go to the footer Close Madrid icon-chevron-right Madrid.

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Hotel Ritz Madrid
269 m2 | 7 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Mandarin Oriental Ritz. Gran Meliá Palacio de Los Duques. Hospes Puerta Alcalá.

That being said, here are the best hotels in Lavapies that you can choose from:. If you feel like this is the right place for you, let me show you the best hotels in Salamanca that you can choose from for the best stay:. Luckily for you, Madrid has tons of amazing Airbnbs that you can choose from and below I have made a selection of the top 6 ones I could find in Centro, all sorted by budget.

Here they are:. If you want to stay as close to it as possible, below you can find my choice of the 3 best hotels and 3 apartments one per each type of budget :. The airport is located only 16 km away from the city center, but it will take you more than 35 minutes via public transportation to get there. If you have a very early or very late flight, a wise idea would be to book a hotel located as close to the airport as possible. If you decided to do so, here are the best airport hotels in Madrid to choose from one for each type of budget :.

Yay, you have reached the end of my complete guide on Madrid accommodation! I hope you found this article useful and maybe you already found the ideal place for your stay, who knows?

In this post I have told you everything you need to know about the 7 best neighborhoods in Madrid, together with my hand-picked hotel recommendations in each of them. Are you heading to Madrid soon? Do you have any questions or concerns? Ah, and by the way, if you need more inspiration for your travels, here you can find all our posts about Spain! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

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Malasana 3. Chueca — Where to stay in Madrid for nightlife 5. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget 7.

Check the rates for Madrid. Which neighborhood should you choose? The first 6 areas I am going to talk about are all in the Centro district, and the last one Salamanca is very close to it: Madrid Centro is the heart and soul of the city both geographically and metaphorically and definitely the best district for tourists interested in the best sights and activities that the Spanish capital has to offer!

Plus, the atmosphere at this hostel is so friendly and nice! The building has a very good location, close to the most important sights in the city! This one has an amazing location right in the heart of the neighborhood, close to countless bars and restaurants. No worries, I have the perfect solution for you! This cool hostel has clean rooms and some amazing prices, perfect for backpackers and solo travelers as well!

Plus, the staff is super friendly and helpful! Plus, they serve a very good daily breakfast and they have free Wi-Fi as well! Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere!

Check the rates for La Latina. Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms. Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices. The rooms are simple, clean and super bright! Check the rates for Chueca.

This amazing accommodation awaits with a 5-star service, superb decor, an on-site restaurant and bar, airport shuttle and everything else you might need for the ideal stay!

The staff is friendly and they even have free Wi-Fi and a very good location. Airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a very good breakfast — these are just some of the top advantages of staying here! Check the rates for Barrio de Las Letras. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget? Classic 5-star luxury, ideally situated in the heart of the Retiro district, and popular with visiting dignitaries, aristocracy, and celebrities.

Interconnecting rooms, cots for babies, child-minding service, and bathrobes for children are a few of the family-friendly perks. Facilities include a spa and fitness center, and on-site Goya restaurant is one of the best in the city; the Sunday brunch is legendary.

Large windows flood the 78 sizable rooms and suites with natural light, with neutral tones and Japanese prints contributing to the tranquil ambience. Nice touches include marble bathrooms with custom-made toiletries, and the service is attentive and professional. On-site dining consists of buffet breakfast in The Conservatory, light meals and imaginative cocktails at the Urso Bar, and creative local fare at Media Racion.

This luxurious, remodeled palace in the heart of Madrid blends opulent historic surroundings with cutting-edge design and superb dining. The Reina Victoria used to be a classic luxury hotel, popular with top bullfighters, but an ME makeover brought in blond-wood Scandinavian chic design with trademark purple touches. Guests can use the excellent gym and spa next door. Located in Huertas; an easy walk from the Prado, other major art museums, and most major attractions, as well as the nightlife of La Latina.

Bathrooms come with rain showers and Korres toiletries; deluxe rooms and suites have tubs. Dining options consist of the on-site Independencia restaurant tapas and creative Mediterranean dishes , with numerous other dining options on the doorstep.

The intimate on-site bar serves cocktails, wine and champagne. Ideally located for shopping and dining in Salamanca, and for visiting the major art museums. The wood-paneled guest rooms in purple and grey are more subdued than the common area, but come with Art Deco lamps, spacious grey marble bathrooms, and numerous modern conveniences.

Located near designer stores and numerous restaurants; a short ride from main attractions. This funky 3-star boutique hotel was once a 16th century grain store, then a 19th century inn for visiting merchants.

Now, its individually-styled, sparsely-furnished rooms come with memory foam beds, Moorish-style alcoves, plasma-screen TVs, and retro phones. Walls are colorfully done in lime-green, crimson, mustard-yellow, or azure. Rooms towards the front of the building are brighter and more spacious, but also come with more street noise. A former coaching inn turned 4-star boutique hotel, Posada del Leon de Oro is located in the oldest part of town on lively Cava Baja, a street renowned for its tapas bars.

Each of the 17 large rooms is uniquely designed and decorated: heavy wooden beams, chrome walls, funky wallpaper, and wall-length cityscape prints are some of the features that guests might encounter. Personalized service and proximity to museums and the nightlife and restaurants of Sol and La Latina make this a great mid-range pick. Family-friendly amenities include cots, free beds for children under 11 in deluxe rooms, and child-minding services arranged on request. Ideally located for shopping and dining, with Retiro park, the Prado, and other major attractions a short ride away.

There are plenty of theatrical flourishes, including a grand lobby used to stage plays in the s. Spacious rooms are traditionally styled, and come with upholstered bedheads and heavy drapes. Service is discreet and personal, and staff go out of their way to be helpful. This fashionable little adults-only hotel in the heart of the lively Chueca district is a blend of the historic with hip interior design.

Navy-blue walls, map prints of old Madrid, giraffe-print bathrobes, and rain showers are some of the features found in all the rooms; for a private terrace, book the Only You Secret room.

Geared towards busy urbanites, Only You boasts no established check-in time, hour service, and a hour gym. Accommodation in Sol is a good mix with something for everyone: luxury hotels, small boutique hotels, and hostels. Tourist trap souvenir shops aside, there are some excellent places selling original crafts, too. A maze of tiny streets, south of Sol, La Latina is the oldest part of the city hence the name, the Latin Quarter. This maze is punctuated by small, lively plazas and centuries-old churches, and lined with appealing 18th century buildings.

Some of the graffiti, experimental art spaces, and vintage rock band venues have survived to this day, though the seedier elements have been replaced with uber-trendy cafes, high-end tattoo parlors, hipster restaurants, independent boutiques, and cocktail bars. Dining options in Las Letras tend to be more upscale, and there are several 5-star hotels here, as well as across the Paseo del Prado. Salamanca is quieter than central Madrid, but there is nightlife to be found here nonetheless.

Free Travel Guides. Get Started Here! Smoking is not allowed inside bars and restaurants, but people can still smoke on attached outdoor terraces. Spanish food is famous for its tapas, and Madrid has an excellent dining scene.

Vegetarians and vegans are now also well catered to.

422,000
* €/m2
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134 m2 | 3 bedrooms | 7 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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There are no set-in-stone rules and regulations here — guests are made to feel completely at ease. Although it is right in the middle of the city, the clubby vibe means you may well not want to move from the lobby bar. Soothing contemporary design creates a calm vibe in this frenetic city and the excellent bar and restaurant are favourites with the well-heeled locals.

This is a place that hotel aficionados and regular visitors to Madrid will love. The combination of historic building, prestigious location and elegant design make the Pestana Plaza Mayor one of the most interesting places to stay in Madrid.

With a rooftop pool and an attractive courtyard restaurant, it is a true haven in the heart of the capital where you instantly feel part of the city. Sorry, we were unable to find any flights for this hotel.

Smart rooms, great food and a sense of space create a contemporary luxe environment where guests might just forget to leave the hotel all weekend. With several restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Kabuki, an organic vegetable garden on the roof and a superb spa and pool, it satisfies both traditional and contemporary tastes. The Orfila is a quietly luxurious haven in a city of long days and late nights.

Filled with antiques and works of art, it is handily located in a smart neighbourhood away from the tourist areas. You feel like you are sleeping in an art gallery at this elegant, discreet boutique hotel where the emphasis is on attentive service.

It is a favourite of regular Madrid visitors, particularly from the creative industries, given its handy yet non-tourist location and well-designed rooms.

Everything is top quality and well designed, with good back-up services, so you can relax without any hassle. There is a roof terrace to enjoy the sunshine and the location is handy too. This boutique hotel is discreetly stylish and set to become a favourite in the art and fashion worlds. Close to the airport, with attractive contemporary design, excellent facilities, great service and easy access to the city centre, the massive Madrid Marriott Auditorium is a comfortable and convenient place to stay before an early flight.

It offers a range of places to eat and drink, a gym and a pool. The Hat hikes up the standard of Madrid hostels with the style of a boutique hotel and lots of good ideas for a comfortable, fun stay without paying silly prices. Sights, shops and restaurants are on the doorstep and there is a groovy bar up on the roof. Unsurprisingly, it attracts all ages. Located in Madrid, metres from Puerta del Sol, Pestana Plaza Mayor Madrid offers amenities including a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre.

Lovely breakfast. Great room onto the square. It offers elegant rooms, free WiFi, a spa and gym. The design decor is really nice, in good taste, good materials, modern but with lasting looks. We absolutely loved these apartments!! Diandra was an excellent host. I received all the information to have a pleasant stay Well located Featuring a spa on site, Eurostars Suites Mirasierra is located in Madrid, 9 km from the city centre, and 12 km from Barajas Airport.

This hotel offers free WiFi and free parking. The location and the front desk staff service experience. This sophisticated hotel is located in the metre high SyV Tower, and includes a gym and spa. Comfortable and big rooms. Extremely kind and helpful staff! Puerta del Sol is metres away. The location was perfect and the staff were all wonderful.

Centro , Huertas and Malasana are popular with other travellers visiting Madrid. I mean A hostel With 2 showers, 2 toilets for each room Squeaky clean every where! The only downer was a broken lift on the day, but the original wooden stairs that they preserved having re-constucted the rest of the building totally, were just a great fun to climb! List your property. This includes essential security and accessibility features.

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305,000
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110 m2 | 10 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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Visit hotel website. ApartoSuites Jardines de Sabatini. Axel Hotel Madrid. The Principal Madrid. Wonderfully located with most sights in walking distance I highly commend the t Special offer. Special Deal Free breakfast with your stay. Read my ultimate list of resources to help you stay happy and productive while at home! Are you ready? Malasana 3. Chueca — Where to stay in Madrid for nightlife 5. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget 7. Check the rates for Madrid.

Which neighborhood should you choose? The first 6 areas I am going to talk about are all in the Centro district, and the last one Salamanca is very close to it: Madrid Centro is the heart and soul of the city both geographically and metaphorically and definitely the best district for tourists interested in the best sights and activities that the Spanish capital has to offer! Plus, the atmosphere at this hostel is so friendly and nice!

The building has a very good location, close to the most important sights in the city! This one has an amazing location right in the heart of the neighborhood, close to countless bars and restaurants. No worries, I have the perfect solution for you! This cool hostel has clean rooms and some amazing prices, perfect for backpackers and solo travelers as well!

Plus, the staff is super friendly and helpful! Plus, they serve a very good daily breakfast and they have free Wi-Fi as well! Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere!

Check the rates for La Latina. Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms. Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices. The rooms are simple, clean and super bright! Check the rates for Chueca. This amazing accommodation awaits with a 5-star service, superb decor, an on-site restaurant and bar, airport shuttle and everything else you might need for the ideal stay!

The staff is friendly and they even have free Wi-Fi and a very good location. Airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a very good breakfast — these are just some of the top advantages of staying here! Check the rates for Barrio de Las Letras.

Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget? This 4-star accommodation awaits with beautiful rooms and a great service. NH Madrid Nacional — Do you want to enjoy a luxurious trip in a great location, close to countless bars and restaurants? No worries, I have the perfect one for you! If you want classy, design boutique Dear Hotel wants to give it to you. Cross the threshold of the neoclassical building into an interior design by award-winning Tarruella Trenchs Studio that combines original elements with contemporary and cosmopolitan touches.

Your room is your soundproofed luxury cocoon when you want to relax at the end of a long day of discovering Madrid. Be sure to get up to the rooftop terrace for spectacular panoramic views and to take a dip in the Sky Pool when the weather permits. The Room Mate hotel chain brings central and reasonably priced accommodations with original decor to Madrid.

Meet Room Mate Alicia, a boutique design hotel set in an industrial building from the early 20th century. Interior designer Pascua Ortega is responsible for Alicia's 45 funky rooms done up in light wood with pops of colour in all the right places. Whether you choose a standard room or a suite with two levels and a private terrace, you can get stellar views from the wall-size windows overlooking the square.

You're even provided with portable WiFi so you can stay connected when you're out exploring. Need extra time in the morning? The breakfast buffet is open until noon. Each of its 12 floors and public spaces is designed by an all-star cast of architects, among them Norman Foster, Richard Gluckman, Marc Jewson and Ron Arad. Guests can select the floor of their choice on arrival, though the most popular tend to be Zaha Hadid's rooms which look like they're sculpted from snowdrifts and Arata Isozaki's studies in Japanese minimalism.

The building itself along with the pool and gym was designed by Jean Nouvel. Its elegant facilities, spa service and fitness centre, along with world-class dining and attentive staff offer guests a more than comfortable stay. Get exclusive and luxury treatment at Eurostars Madrid Tower. The hotel spans the first 31 floors of the imposing SyV Tower and offers views across the city and to the mountains beyond from the rooms, the spa, the Volvoreta restaurant and many of the meeting rooms.

Cush rooms are kitted out in luxurious walnut furniture, and they all come with a pillow menu — a pillow menu! Head to the spa to work out, or better yet, to get a massage or other relaxing or beautifying body treatments, and when you want top-notch Mediterranean cusine, get to Volvoreta on the 30th floor: the views make for the perfect digestif. More than half a century after it opened, the Wellington is still extremely graceful, with chandeliers, marble and murals, and groups of guests in formal evening wear milling about the lobby.

Polite staff are on hand to cater to your every need. The hotel is just a stone's throw from the city's most expensive shopping area, Salamanca, and has a summer pool with terrace — ideal for relaxing after all that retail therapy. Rooms vary in size and are decorated in a conservative but classic style, and the hotel's main restaurant, Goizeko, serves Basque dishes in elegant surroundings.

Although it's a modern, rather nondescript building from the outside, the lavishly entitled Villa Magna, a Park Hyatt Hotel, more than lives up to its reputation — and prices — on the inside. The huge lobby, full of jewellery displays, international businesspeople and polite staff, leads to two excellent restaurants and a champagne bar, whose lunch menu is surprisingly reasonably priced.

There's also a top-notch gym, if keeping fit is part of your agenda. Rooms are done up in cosy, neutral colours with splashes of golden yellow in cushions, curtains and lampshades that brighten up your temporary living space.

If you can afford to splash out, opt for the suite or suite terrace. Either way, start your day in The Conservatory, where they serve home-made breakfast in the surrounds of a vertical garden topped by a skylight.

112,000
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261 m2 | 4 bedrooms | 7 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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Looking for a top-notch place to stay? This five-star boutique hotel is noteworthy for its distinct Art Deco style set in a modern avant-garde building. With 96 designer rooms and suites, the Urban also welcomes business travellers, and has meeting rooms and spaces for events. For more relaxing endeavours, you can enjoy the small outdoor pool up on the rooftop in the warmer months, as well as the solarium, gym and sauna. Be sure to take a moment out to appreciate the artworks from Papua New Guinea.

And when you're hungry, choose from bites and drinks at the gastropub, the oyster cocktail bar, or the Michelin-starred restaurant, CEBO. This small mansion in a tranquil residential area has been transformed into a quietly elegant five-star hotel. Built in the s as a private home for an artistic family, the Orfila also housed a theatre and a literary salon during the s.

The bedrooms are wonderfully quiet, and one of the four suites is intimately tucked away in the attic. The elegant restaurant looks on to the lovely garden patio, and guests take tea in the lobby in the afternoon. Unlike other hotels in Madrid, this Marriott-owned affair didn't start as a royal home or a nunnery that was later converted into accommodations, but instead it was commissioned by King Alfonso XIII in as a hotel so he could receive VIP visitors to the city.

If you want classy, design boutique Dear Hotel wants to give it to you. Cross the threshold of the neoclassical building into an interior design by award-winning Tarruella Trenchs Studio that combines original elements with contemporary and cosmopolitan touches.

Your room is your soundproofed luxury cocoon when you want to relax at the end of a long day of discovering Madrid. Be sure to get up to the rooftop terrace for spectacular panoramic views and to take a dip in the Sky Pool when the weather permits. The Room Mate hotel chain brings central and reasonably priced accommodations with original decor to Madrid.

Meet Room Mate Alicia, a boutique design hotel set in an industrial building from the early 20th century. Interior designer Pascua Ortega is responsible for Alicia's 45 funky rooms done up in light wood with pops of colour in all the right places.

Whether you choose a standard room or a suite with two levels and a private terrace, you can get stellar views from the wall-size windows overlooking the square. You're even provided with portable WiFi so you can stay connected when you're out exploring. Need extra time in the morning? The breakfast buffet is open until noon. Each of its 12 floors and public spaces is designed by an all-star cast of architects, among them Norman Foster, Richard Gluckman, Marc Jewson and Ron Arad. Guests can select the floor of their choice on arrival, though the most popular tend to be Zaha Hadid's rooms which look like they're sculpted from snowdrifts and Arata Isozaki's studies in Japanese minimalism.

The building itself along with the pool and gym was designed by Jean Nouvel. Its elegant facilities, spa service and fitness centre, along with world-class dining and attentive staff offer guests a more than comfortable stay. Get exclusive and luxury treatment at Eurostars Madrid Tower. The hotel spans the first 31 floors of the imposing SyV Tower and offers views across the city and to the mountains beyond from the rooms, the spa, the Volvoreta restaurant and many of the meeting rooms.

Cush rooms are kitted out in luxurious walnut furniture, and they all come with a pillow menu — a pillow menu! Head to the spa to work out, or better yet, to get a massage or other relaxing or beautifying body treatments, and when you want top-notch Mediterranean cusine, get to Volvoreta on the 30th floor: the views make for the perfect digestif. More than half a century after it opened, the Wellington is still extremely graceful, with chandeliers, marble and murals, and groups of guests in formal evening wear milling about the lobby.

Polite staff are on hand to cater to your every need. The hotel is just a stone's throw from the city's most expensive shopping area, Salamanca, and has a summer pool with terrace — ideal for relaxing after all that retail therapy.

Rooms vary in size and are decorated in a conservative but classic style, and the hotel's main restaurant, Goizeko, serves Basque dishes in elegant surroundings. Although it's a modern, rather nondescript building from the outside, the lavishly entitled Villa Magna, a Park Hyatt Hotel, more than lives up to its reputation — and prices — on the inside.

The huge lobby, full of jewellery displays, international businesspeople and polite staff, leads to two excellent restaurants and a champagne bar, whose lunch menu is surprisingly reasonably priced. There's also a top-notch gym, if keeping fit is part of your agenda. Rooms are done up in cosy, neutral colours with splashes of golden yellow in cushions, curtains and lampshades that brighten up your temporary living space.

If you can afford to splash out, opt for the suite or suite terrace. Either way, start your day in The Conservatory, where they serve home-made breakfast in the surrounds of a vertical garden topped by a skylight. The NH Hotel Group's flagship establishment is where to stay when you want a quiet room in a hotel that's well connected to the city centre. If you're in town for a Real Madrid match, you won't have far to go to see the hometown heroes at their Bernabeu Stadium.

This four-star property also has a gym, and a spa with pools at different temperatures and massage services. The Villa Real's owner, Jordi Clos, has an interest in Roman archaeology that's reflected in all the rooms and shared spaces, in an art collection that features ancient Roman mosaics and Greek ceramics. If you feel like you belong here, scroll down to find my best recommendations for hotels in both La Latina and De Los Austrias:. Barrio de Las Letras, also known as Huertas is the literary quarter of the city and a beautiful place where many important Spanish writers lived — such as Quevado, Lope de Vega and Cervantes, just to name a few!

If you feel bored, make sure to pay a visit to Plaza Santa Ana the heart of the neighborhood or to Calle Huertas the main street of the area. If you feel like you belong in this place, check out the best hotels in the literary quarter that I have selected for you, all sorted by price:.

Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget? This neighborhood has something to offer for everyone and it has a very interesting mix of culture, being full of creatives and hipsters.

That being said, here are the best hotels in Lavapies that you can choose from:. If you feel like this is the right place for you, let me show you the best hotels in Salamanca that you can choose from for the best stay:.

Luckily for you, Madrid has tons of amazing Airbnbs that you can choose from and below I have made a selection of the top 6 ones I could find in Centro, all sorted by budget.

Here they are:. If you want to stay as close to it as possible, below you can find my choice of the 3 best hotels and 3 apartments one per each type of budget :. The airport is located only 16 km away from the city center, but it will take you more than 35 minutes via public transportation to get there. If you have a very early or very late flight, a wise idea would be to book a hotel located as close to the airport as possible.

If you decided to do so, here are the best airport hotels in Madrid to choose from one for each type of budget :. Yay, you have reached the end of my complete guide on Madrid accommodation! I hope you found this article useful and maybe you already found the ideal place for your stay, who knows? In this post I have told you everything you need to know about the 7 best neighborhoods in Madrid, together with my hand-picked hotel recommendations in each of them.

Are you heading to Madrid soon? Do you have any questions or concerns? Ah, and by the way, if you need more inspiration for your travels, here you can find all our posts about Spain! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Sign me up for the newsletter! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Read my ultimate list of resources to help you stay happy and productive while at home! Are you ready? Malasana 3. Chueca — Where to stay in Madrid for nightlife 5. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget 7. Check the rates for Madrid. Which neighborhood should you choose?

The first 6 areas I am going to talk about are all in the Centro district, and the last one Salamanca is very close to it: Madrid Centro is the heart and soul of the city both geographically and metaphorically and definitely the best district for tourists interested in the best sights and activities that the Spanish capital has to offer!

Plus, the atmosphere at this hostel is so friendly and nice! The building has a very good location, close to the most important sights in the city! This one has an amazing location right in the heart of the neighborhood, close to countless bars and restaurants.

No worries, I have the perfect solution for you! This cool hostel has clean rooms and some amazing prices, perfect for backpackers and solo travelers as well! Plus, the staff is super friendly and helpful! Plus, they serve a very good daily breakfast and they have free Wi-Fi as well! Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere!

Check the rates for La Latina. Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms. Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices.

The rooms are simple, clean and super bright!

816,000
* €/m2
The 10 Best Luxury Hotels in Madrid, Spain
107 m2 | 10 bedrooms | 6 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Gran Meliá Palacio de Los Duques. Hotels in Madrid are not all dull chains. New hostels and revamped palaces offer cool roof terraces, top restaurant chefs and devilish cocktails. Best hotels in Madrid. The best hotels in Madrid, chosen by our expert, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels and Madrid hotel deals. Read the.

The hotel spans the first 31 floors of the imposing SyV Tower and offers views across the city and to the mountains beyond from the rooms, the spa, the Volvoreta restaurant and many of the meeting rooms.

Cush rooms are kitted out in luxurious walnut furniture, and they all come with a pillow menu — a pillow menu! Head to the spa to work out, or better yet, to get a massage or other relaxing or beautifying body treatments, and when you want top-notch Mediterranean cusine, get to Volvoreta on the 30th floor: the views make for the perfect digestif.

More than half a century after it opened, the Wellington is still extremely graceful, with chandeliers, marble and murals, and groups of guests in formal evening wear milling about the lobby. Polite staff are on hand to cater to your every need. The hotel is just a stone's throw from the city's most expensive shopping area, Salamanca, and has a summer pool with terrace — ideal for relaxing after all that retail therapy.

Rooms vary in size and are decorated in a conservative but classic style, and the hotel's main restaurant, Goizeko, serves Basque dishes in elegant surroundings.

Although it's a modern, rather nondescript building from the outside, the lavishly entitled Villa Magna, a Park Hyatt Hotel, more than lives up to its reputation — and prices — on the inside.

The huge lobby, full of jewellery displays, international businesspeople and polite staff, leads to two excellent restaurants and a champagne bar, whose lunch menu is surprisingly reasonably priced.

There's also a top-notch gym, if keeping fit is part of your agenda. Rooms are done up in cosy, neutral colours with splashes of golden yellow in cushions, curtains and lampshades that brighten up your temporary living space. If you can afford to splash out, opt for the suite or suite terrace. Either way, start your day in The Conservatory, where they serve home-made breakfast in the surrounds of a vertical garden topped by a skylight. The NH Hotel Group's flagship establishment is where to stay when you want a quiet room in a hotel that's well connected to the city centre.

If you're in town for a Real Madrid match, you won't have far to go to see the hometown heroes at their Bernabeu Stadium. This four-star property also has a gym, and a spa with pools at different temperatures and massage services. The Villa Real's owner, Jordi Clos, has an interest in Roman archaeology that's reflected in all the rooms and shared spaces, in an art collection that features ancient Roman mosaics and Greek ceramics.

The large picture windows in your marble bathroom affords you loads of natural light and views. If you choose a double room, you can opt for a split-level sitting area, or pick one of the duplex suites with its own Jacuzzi , or really splash out on a luxury suite with a private terrace.

Though the Villa Real hasn't got a pool on-site, guests here can wander over to the Hotel Urban in the summer months for a dip. When you wake up in your plush bed, you can have coffee or breakfast in your room at the comfy sofa; suites have separate living rooms, and the corner junior suite is bathed in natural light.

Exterior rooms look out onto the Salamanca neighbourhood. The Melia chain installed what it calls a 'lifestyle hotel' in the lovely old Hotel Reina Victoria. In this case, the lifestyle is a mix of design and DJ music. The rooms are on the smaller side, but they're incredibly comfortable, with beds decked out in luxury linens, and bathrooms in Aveda toiletries. And if you can't bear to leave your pet at home, don't worry, fluffy friends are welcome here as well.

Its original splendour remains, plus there's a 1,metre-squared lush garden where you can retreat for a moment of peace surrounded by nature. Hidden away behind tall walls and trees, this hundred-year-old palace was once home to the Duke of Santo Mauro. And now one of the 49 luxuriously decorated rooms can be your temporary home in Madrid. Now, its individually-styled, sparsely-furnished rooms come with memory foam beds, Moorish-style alcoves, plasma-screen TVs, and retro phones.

Walls are colorfully done in lime-green, crimson, mustard-yellow, or azure. Rooms towards the front of the building are brighter and more spacious, but also come with more street noise. A former coaching inn turned 4-star boutique hotel, Posada del Leon de Oro is located in the oldest part of town on lively Cava Baja, a street renowned for its tapas bars. Each of the 17 large rooms is uniquely designed and decorated: heavy wooden beams, chrome walls, funky wallpaper, and wall-length cityscape prints are some of the features that guests might encounter.

Personalized service and proximity to museums and the nightlife and restaurants of Sol and La Latina make this a great mid-range pick. Family-friendly amenities include cots, free beds for children under 11 in deluxe rooms, and child-minding services arranged on request. Ideally located for shopping and dining, with Retiro park, the Prado, and other major attractions a short ride away. There are plenty of theatrical flourishes, including a grand lobby used to stage plays in the s.

Spacious rooms are traditionally styled, and come with upholstered bedheads and heavy drapes. Service is discreet and personal, and staff go out of their way to be helpful. This fashionable little adults-only hotel in the heart of the lively Chueca district is a blend of the historic with hip interior design. Navy-blue walls, map prints of old Madrid, giraffe-print bathrobes, and rain showers are some of the features found in all the rooms; for a private terrace, book the Only You Secret room.

Geared towards busy urbanites, Only You boasts no established check-in time, hour service, and a hour gym. Accommodation in Sol is a good mix with something for everyone: luxury hotels, small boutique hotels, and hostels. Tourist trap souvenir shops aside, there are some excellent places selling original crafts, too.

A maze of tiny streets, south of Sol, La Latina is the oldest part of the city hence the name, the Latin Quarter. This maze is punctuated by small, lively plazas and centuries-old churches, and lined with appealing 18th century buildings. Some of the graffiti, experimental art spaces, and vintage rock band venues have survived to this day, though the seedier elements have been replaced with uber-trendy cafes, high-end tattoo parlors, hipster restaurants, independent boutiques, and cocktail bars.

Dining options in Las Letras tend to be more upscale, and there are several 5-star hotels here, as well as across the Paseo del Prado. Salamanca is quieter than central Madrid, but there is nightlife to be found here nonetheless. Free Travel Guides. Get Started Here! Smoking is not allowed inside bars and restaurants, but people can still smoke on attached outdoor terraces. Spanish food is famous for its tapas, and Madrid has an excellent dining scene. Vegetarians and vegans are now also well catered to.

The public transportation system is excellent and the Metro system runs to pretty much every corner of the city. Public transport runs roughly between 6am and pm, with the exception of late-running night buses.

The first 6 areas I am going to talk about are all in the Centro district, and the last one Salamanca is very close to it: Madrid Centro is the heart and soul of the city both geographically and metaphorically and definitely the best district for tourists interested in the best sights and activities that the Spanish capital has to offer! Plus, the atmosphere at this hostel is so friendly and nice!

The building has a very good location, close to the most important sights in the city! This one has an amazing location right in the heart of the neighborhood, close to countless bars and restaurants. No worries, I have the perfect solution for you! This cool hostel has clean rooms and some amazing prices, perfect for backpackers and solo travelers as well! Plus, the staff is super friendly and helpful! Plus, they serve a very good daily breakfast and they have free Wi-Fi as well!

Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere! Check the rates for La Latina. Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms. Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices.

The rooms are simple, clean and super bright! Check the rates for Chueca. This amazing accommodation awaits with a 5-star service, superb decor, an on-site restaurant and bar, airport shuttle and everything else you might need for the ideal stay! The staff is friendly and they even have free Wi-Fi and a very good location. Airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a very good breakfast — these are just some of the top advantages of staying here!

Check the rates for Barrio de Las Letras. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget? This 4-star accommodation awaits with beautiful rooms and a great service. NH Madrid Nacional — Do you want to enjoy a luxurious trip in a great location, close to countless bars and restaurants?

No worries, I have the perfect one for you! The rooms are just superb and the balconies have a great view over the capital! Hotel Freedom — This cool 2-star hotel is another excellent choice for a mid-range property. If you get bored during your trip, you can always head over to a tapas bar or do some shopping!

They offer impeccable service as well! Hotel Villa Magna — If you want to be based in a superb, safe neighborhood, North of the center, this place is for you! Plus, the rooms are sparkling clean and very nicely decorated. No worries, I have the ideal solution for you as well!

660,000
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133 m2 | 7 bedrooms | 8 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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Diandra was an excellent host. I received all the information to have a pleasant stay Well located Featuring a spa on site, Eurostars Suites Mirasierra is located in Madrid, 9 km from the city centre, and 12 km from Barajas Airport. This hotel offers free WiFi and free parking. The location and the front desk staff service experience. This sophisticated hotel is located in the metre high SyV Tower, and includes a gym and spa.

Comfortable and big rooms. Extremely kind and helpful staff! Puerta del Sol is metres away. The location was perfect and the staff were all wonderful. Centro , Huertas and Malasana are popular with other travellers visiting Madrid. I mean A hostel With 2 showers, 2 toilets for each room Squeaky clean every where! The only downer was a broken lift on the day, but the original wooden stairs that they preserved having re-constucted the rest of the building totally, were just a great fun to climb!

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Hotels Condos Hostels Show more. Distance from. Centro Sol Gran Via Literary Quarter Barrio de Las Letras Traveler rating. Hotel class. Budget Mid-range Luxury Family-friendly Petit Palace Hotels NH Hotels Melia Show results. Sort Filter Map. Sort by:. Updating list Hotel Nuevo Boston. Show Prices. Free Wifi. Dear Hotel Madrid. Ibis Madrid Aeropuerto Barajas. Visit hotel website. ApartoSuites Jardines de Sabatini.

Axel Hotel Madrid. The Principal Madrid. Wonderfully located with most sights in walking distance I highly commend the t

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stay or five-star indulgence, our run-down of the best hotels in Madrid can This five-star boutique hotel is noteworthy for its distinct Art Deco. Hotels in Madrid are not all dull chains. New hostels and revamped palaces offer cool roof terraces, top restaurant chefs and devilish cocktails. Best hotels in Madrid. The best hotels in Madrid, chosen by our expert, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels and Madrid hotel deals. Read the.

Check availability. See review. Rates provided by Booking. Rates provided by Expedia. Expect classic luxury at every turn at Hotel Ritz Madrid. The hotel is currently closed and due to reopen as a Mandarin Oriental in summer Check availability for dates and prices.

See review for dates and prices. Serious luxury has come to Madrid with this five-star hotel in a lavishly remodelled palace. Superb service, luxe materials, outstanding food and soothing design combine to create a secret haven in the heart of the city. A great choice for a special occasion or treat.

There are no set-in-stone rules and regulations here — guests are made to feel completely at ease. Although it is right in the middle of the city, the clubby vibe means you may well not want to move from the lobby bar. Soothing contemporary design creates a calm vibe in this frenetic city and the excellent bar and restaurant are favourites with the well-heeled locals.

Traveler rating. Hotel class. Budget Mid-range Luxury Family-friendly Petit Palace Hotels NH Hotels Melia Show results. Sort Filter Map. Sort by:. Updating list Hotel Nuevo Boston. Show Prices. Free Wifi. Dear Hotel Madrid. Ibis Madrid Aeropuerto Barajas. Visit hotel website. ApartoSuites Jardines de Sabatini.

Axel Hotel Madrid. The Principal Madrid. Wonderfully located with most sights in walking distance I highly commend the t Special offer. Special Deal Free breakfast with your stay. Hotel Europa. Hotel Nuevo Madrid. Hotel Francisco I. Staff friendly and helpful and whole place spotless. Ganivet — This is the perfect place to stay if you want to be in a super modern and clean accommodation in this beautiful neighborhood that has a traditional atmosphere! Check the rates for La Latina. Some of the top advantages of staying here include the on-site gym and superb rooms.

Petit Palace Chueca — This 3-star hotel is a great choice for all those of you looking for a modern place with great decor choices. The rooms are simple, clean and super bright! Check the rates for Chueca. This amazing accommodation awaits with a 5-star service, superb decor, an on-site restaurant and bar, airport shuttle and everything else you might need for the ideal stay!

The staff is friendly and they even have free Wi-Fi and a very good location. Airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a very good breakfast — these are just some of the top advantages of staying here! Check the rates for Barrio de Las Letras. Lavapies — Where to stay in Madrid on a budget Are you traveling to Madrid on a tight budget?

This 4-star accommodation awaits with beautiful rooms and a great service. NH Madrid Nacional — Do you want to enjoy a luxurious trip in a great location, close to countless bars and restaurants? No worries, I have the perfect one for you!

The rooms are just superb and the balconies have a great view over the capital! Hotel Freedom — This cool 2-star hotel is another excellent choice for a mid-range property. If you get bored during your trip, you can always head over to a tapas bar or do some shopping! They offer impeccable service as well! Hotel Villa Magna — If you want to be based in a superb, safe neighborhood, North of the center, this place is for you!

Plus, the rooms are sparkling clean and very nicely decorated. No worries, I have the ideal solution for you as well! This is actually a 4-star hotel that has some amazing budget-friendly rooms as well! They also have free Wi-Fi, an on-site gym and other cool perks as well. Check the rates for Salamanca.

The decor is simply superb, just check out the pictures! The location is super good as well! Book your stay near Bernabeu Stadium. Book your stay near the airport. Conclusion Yay, you have reached the end of my complete guide on Madrid accommodation!

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Interconnecting rooms, cots for babies, child-minding service, and bathrobes for children are a few of the family-friendly perks. Facilities include a spa and fitness center, and on-site Goya restaurant is one of the best in the city; the Sunday brunch is legendary. Large windows flood the 78 sizable rooms and suites with natural light, with neutral tones and Japanese prints contributing to the tranquil ambience.

Nice touches include marble bathrooms with custom-made toiletries, and the service is attentive and professional. On-site dining consists of buffet breakfast in The Conservatory, light meals and imaginative cocktails at the Urso Bar, and creative local fare at Media Racion. This luxurious, remodeled palace in the heart of Madrid blends opulent historic surroundings with cutting-edge design and superb dining. The Reina Victoria used to be a classic luxury hotel, popular with top bullfighters, but an ME makeover brought in blond-wood Scandinavian chic design with trademark purple touches.

Guests can use the excellent gym and spa next door. Located in Huertas; an easy walk from the Prado, other major art museums, and most major attractions, as well as the nightlife of La Latina. Bathrooms come with rain showers and Korres toiletries; deluxe rooms and suites have tubs. Dining options consist of the on-site Independencia restaurant tapas and creative Mediterranean dishes , with numerous other dining options on the doorstep.

The intimate on-site bar serves cocktails, wine and champagne. Ideally located for shopping and dining in Salamanca, and for visiting the major art museums. The wood-paneled guest rooms in purple and grey are more subdued than the common area, but come with Art Deco lamps, spacious grey marble bathrooms, and numerous modern conveniences.

Located near designer stores and numerous restaurants; a short ride from main attractions. This funky 3-star boutique hotel was once a 16th century grain store, then a 19th century inn for visiting merchants.

Now, its individually-styled, sparsely-furnished rooms come with memory foam beds, Moorish-style alcoves, plasma-screen TVs, and retro phones. Walls are colorfully done in lime-green, crimson, mustard-yellow, or azure. Rooms towards the front of the building are brighter and more spacious, but also come with more street noise. A former coaching inn turned 4-star boutique hotel, Posada del Leon de Oro is located in the oldest part of town on lively Cava Baja, a street renowned for its tapas bars.

Each of the 17 large rooms is uniquely designed and decorated: heavy wooden beams, chrome walls, funky wallpaper, and wall-length cityscape prints are some of the features that guests might encounter. Personalized service and proximity to museums and the nightlife and restaurants of Sol and La Latina make this a great mid-range pick.

Family-friendly amenities include cots, free beds for children under 11 in deluxe rooms, and child-minding services arranged on request. Ideally located for shopping and dining, with Retiro park, the Prado, and other major attractions a short ride away. There are plenty of theatrical flourishes, including a grand lobby used to stage plays in the s.

Spacious rooms are traditionally styled, and come with upholstered bedheads and heavy drapes. Service is discreet and personal, and staff go out of their way to be helpful.

This fashionable little adults-only hotel in the heart of the lively Chueca district is a blend of the historic with hip interior design. Navy-blue walls, map prints of old Madrid, giraffe-print bathrobes, and rain showers are some of the features found in all the rooms; for a private terrace, book the Only You Secret room.

Geared towards busy urbanites, Only You boasts no established check-in time, hour service, and a hour gym. Accommodation in Sol is a good mix with something for everyone: luxury hotels, small boutique hotels, and hostels. Tourist trap souvenir shops aside, there are some excellent places selling original crafts, too. A maze of tiny streets, south of Sol, La Latina is the oldest part of the city hence the name, the Latin Quarter.

This maze is punctuated by small, lively plazas and centuries-old churches, and lined with appealing 18th century buildings. Some of the graffiti, experimental art spaces, and vintage rock band venues have survived to this day, though the seedier elements have been replaced with uber-trendy cafes, high-end tattoo parlors, hipster restaurants, independent boutiques, and cocktail bars.

Dining options in Las Letras tend to be more upscale, and there are several 5-star hotels here, as well as across the Paseo del Prado. Salamanca is quieter than central Madrid, but there is nightlife to be found here nonetheless. Free Travel Guides. Get Started Here! Smoking is not allowed inside bars and restaurants, but people can still smoke on attached outdoor terraces. Spanish food is famous for its tapas, and Madrid has an excellent dining scene. Vegetarians and vegans are now also well catered to.

The public transportation system is excellent and the Metro system runs to pretty much every corner of the city. This hotel offers free WiFi and free parking. The location and the front desk staff service experience. This sophisticated hotel is located in the metre high SyV Tower, and includes a gym and spa.

Comfortable and big rooms. Extremely kind and helpful staff! Puerta del Sol is metres away. The location was perfect and the staff were all wonderful.

Centro , Huertas and Malasana are popular with other travellers visiting Madrid. I mean A hostel With 2 showers, 2 toilets for each room Squeaky clean every where!

The only downer was a broken lift on the day, but the original wooden stairs that they preserved having re-constucted the rest of the building totally, were just a great fun to climb! List your property.

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Spain Luxury Hotels Hotels. Community of Madrid Luxury Hotels Hotels. Luxury Hotels Hotels Car hire. Our top picks Lowest price first Star rating and price Top reviewed. Show more Show less. Check availability. Location, rooms, cleanliness, service is above and beyond expected Show more Show less. All luxury hotels in Madrid. Looking for a luxury hotel? These five-star properties feature lavish luxuries such as on-site restaurants with sweeping city views, in-room massage and spacious private terraces.

They often have a central location which makes exploring the main sights a breeze. Search luxury hotels in Madrid. Central location. Free cancellation options available. Staff were wonderful Show more Show less. I like that there are tea and coffee making facilities in the room and the free snacks from Show more Show less. Very friendly and helpful staff Show more Show less.

Staff is nice and very helpful specialy Dian Show more Show less. The location was perfect and the staff were all wonderful Show more Show less. FAQs about luxury hotels in Madrid. Which luxury hotels in Madrid are good for couples?

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