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  • 21
    International Youth Hostel La Posada de Huertas

    International Youth Hostel La Posada de Huertas

    3.5
    5 reviews

    While I wouldn’t call this the be-all-and-end-all of low-cost lodging, Posada de Huertas certainly gets most things right. Lockers were big with plenty of room for your backpack and a reading light attached to each bed is a perk if you plan to study your guidebook but don’t want to wake your bunkmate below. Also, exterior rooms have little balconies ...

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    Hotel Villa Real

    Hotel Villa Real

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    Great hotel in a great location, right near Retiro Park.

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    Way Hostel

    Way Hostel

    4
    4 reviews

    Way Hostel is the best hostel that I've seen in Madrid! From the minute I walked through the door I was made to feel right at home. I was talking to Bautista who was super friendly and spoke a variety of languages (or at least made an effort to!) The design of the hostel is really bright and funky and ...

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  • 24
    AC Hotel Carlton Madrid

    AC Hotel Carlton Madrid

    4
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    A recently adopted sibling of Marriott Hotels, the AC Hotel Carlton Madrid reflects bohemian style and hospitality excellence. Attention to detail is their "customer winner". Whether it's the artistic exterior or the eclectic swank decor inside, this hotel will cater to your inner artist and contribute to the overall experience of your trip.

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  • 25
    Posada del León de Oro

    Posada del León de Oro

    4
    4 reviews

    Posada Del Leon de Oro is a modern hotel with a great location. Cava Baja is a quiet street by day and bustling by night. Posada Del Leon de Oro is located within walking distance to Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, cafes, shopping and metro. Our room had a small balcony overlooking Cava Baja, a very comfortable king ...

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    Hotel Villa Magna

    Hotel Villa Magna

    Class:
    5
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    Pure luxury & great service at this hotel. Our room was large and beautiful and the concierge was super helpful and knowledgable. Made the trip to Madrid extra special.

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    Hotel Praktik Metropol

    Hotel Praktik Metropol

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Many an iconic Madrid photo is taken in the area this hotel calls home. And in my opinion, the location is great for one other thing: people-watching. An endless stream of people walk down this street on any given day and if you sit in the restaurant hotel, which gives a perfect view of the street hotel, you could sit ...

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    Hotel Mediodía

    Hotel Mediodía

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    This hotel neighbors the Reina Sofia, literally facing the museum where Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica” now calls home. But this hotel could be more, given the strategic location. The lobby reeks of antiquity and not in an cool, vintage inspired way either. And the bedspreads in the room? Drab and dusty. At least it’s close to the art museums and the ...

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    Suites 33

    Suites 33

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    I never eat in the hotels I stay in, use the gym or swim lengths in the pool. So, if like me, you don’t need those things, but, if, like me, you want a hotel that’s central, welcoming and well-run, then you’d be hard pressed to beat Suites 33. No frills, but who needs frills?

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  • 30
    Hotel Regina

    Hotel Regina

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    Huuuuuuuge lobby. Ample space to just hang out or chill while waiting for your room to be ready if your flight lands really early. The streets lining the hotel have many restaurants and bars so if boredom calls, you won’t have to go far.

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    Hotel Atlántico

    Hotel Atlántico

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    The finer things in life are often beautiful and seem untouchable, but Hotel Atlántico does a great job of ensuring neither are the case. A stunning chandelier sets the stage for this first-class experience, along with a rug, which is sure to make every guest feel like the carpet has been rolled out just for them. I mean, at least ...

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    Vincci Capitol Hotel

    Vincci Capitol Hotel

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    In the coveted Gran Via stretch of hotels and tourist attractions, Vincci Capital Hotel was a pleasant surprise from the moment I walked through the door. I thought glitz and glam were the only things I could expect, but also the warm hospitable hosts make for a much more personable experience. I really loved the upstairs lounge area on the ...

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    Hotel Ada Palace

    Hotel Ada Palace

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Fair - 74% of guests recommend

    The Hotel Ada Palace is tucked away just off Gran Vía and I walked into an apartment block and got lost before actually finding the right place! The reception staff were friendly and helpful even though they were almost run off their feet. The bedrooms have beautiful views of the Gran Víá and they're especially nice at night when the ...

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  • 34
    High Tech Petit Palace Arenal

    High Tech Petit Palace Arenal

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    Truth be told, at first I wasn’t head over heels about this place. Owing to the very old (albeit very beautiful) building, it all felt a bit cramped. The lobby is a squeeze, and the interior-facing room was also on the tight side. And the decor felt like it needed a reboot. But what saves the day is the location. ...

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    Hotel-Residencia Don Diego

    Hotel-Residencia Don Diego

    4
    3 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Hotel Residencia Don Diego is a cute little guest house that has a really quaint charm. It’s in a great location, just a short metro ride away from the city centre, and the staff are really great. The bedrooms are surprisingly big considering the overall size of the hotel and the bathroom and wardrobes are too. There is a little ...

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    Hilton Madrid Airport

    Hilton Madrid Airport

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    The location convenient to the airport is a plus for business travelers, but it helps groups who are meeting as well. We arrived in advance and met another member of our party coming from another city at the hotel. Easy. The pool area is a wonderful place to relax if you arrive before you can check-in. It has small fountain ...

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  • 37
    Rafaelhoteles Atocha

    Rafaelhoteles Atocha

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Good! - 77% of guests recommend

    This hotel is the perfect pick for someone who is interested in being both close to the art museums and on the edge of both amazing food (tapas, tapas, tapas!) and nightlife (drinks, drinks, drinks!). The first stop for whomever stays here, in my opinion, should be the on-site restaurant. The menu has everything from burgers to the more typical ...

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    Hotel Preciados

    Hotel Preciados

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    The sign on the building said four stars, but I’d say it felt more like five. Preciados is opulent without being showy and it nails the line between classic luxury and sleek modern design. The small but swish lobby is home to an enormous fossilised shell craddling a pearl and whale bones hang artfully on the wall behind the front ...

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  • 39
    NH Paseo del Prado

    NH Paseo del Prado

    Class:
    4.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    In the heart of Madrid’s renowned museum row, NH Paseo del Prado definitely lives up to its hype. For art lovers, this is the prime location to be able to hit multiple houses of artistic creation in one day. A cozy lobby, beautiful, ruby-red carpet covered spiraling staircase and rooms with ample space? What else could one possibly ask for?

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    Dormirdcine

    Dormirdcine

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Chic, modern, upscale. This boutique hotel is everything a true traveler with style would enjoy. Just beyond the reception area is a full bar and a lounge to sip on a craft concocted cocktail or read a book while peering as throngs of people pass on the street. The location is awesome for those interested in traveling (on a budget) ...

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Madrid Hotel Insider Guide

Who wouldn't want to visit Madrid and enjoy the tapas, witness flamenco dancing, and walk through the breathtaking city parks, like Buen Retiro? Madrid is a vibrant city with tourists visiting from all corners of the globe. Hotel options in the Spanish capital range from luxurious to inexpensive, and can suit any budget. Some of the most popular areas of the city for tourists are the Barrio Salamanca, the area surrounding the Prado, the Lavapíes, and, recently, the trendy Malasaña and Justicia neighborhoods. These different areas vary in price, culture, and activities, giving visitors a unique taste of this exciting European city.

Luxury Hotels
Guests at Madrid’s luxury hotels can expect five-star amenities like room service, WiFi, and outstanding treatment, but the prime location is what really sets them apart from other hotels. Should you want to have theatre, arts, shopping, and food all within walking distance, there are a number of great options. Hotel Atlantico is known as one of the most luxurious hotels in Madrid. The location in the Plaza de Callao is unbeatable, and guests have easy access to the city’s best shopping, restaurants, and theaters. Another upscale option is the Westin Palace. Blessed with a stunning rooftop terrace with views of the city, this hotel is bound to impress its guests. The Westin has a central location and is walking distance from the Museo del Prado, the Reina Sofia Museum, and the Thyssen Bornemisza. If you're interested in history, the Westin is also a short walk from the Royal Palace and Plaza Mayor. Other classy options in the same area include the Hotel Orfila and the Hotel Preciados.

Affordable Hotels
Madrid also has numerous less expensive hostels and hotels for those on a budget. While many of these options are further away from the center of town, Madrid has an extensive train system called the Metro that makes getting around easy. The Ibis Madrid Centro Hotel is inexpensive and only about a mile from the center of the city. For even cheaper accommodation, there are many hostels located throughout the city that are popular with students and backpackers. The Mad Hostel and the Way Hostel are two great economical options in the hip and central Lavapíes area of town.

Attractions and Neighborhoods
Madrid has numerous activities and attractions to suit any visitor's interests. The street that never sleeps is the Gran Via. In addition to being the upscale shopping street, the Gran Via is Madrid's most famous street with beautifully decorated buildings and a hub of activity at any hour. At the western end of the Gran Via, you'll find the Plaza de España where the famous Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra monument resides. The Hotel Atlantico is right next to this lively street.

Two recently talked about areas are the Malasaña and the Justicia districts. Malasaña is known for lively bars and clubs and alternative clothing and art stores. The Hostel One Malasaña is a great low-cost option in this trendy neighborhood. The neighboring district of Justicia, which is centered around the Chueca square, is the popular gay-friendly area. Every year, Justicia hosts upwards of 300,000 visitors for LGBT celebrations like Pride (Orgullo Madrid) annually. The Room Mate Oscar Hotel is an inexpensive good place to stay in Justicia. There are many different kinds of things to do in this beautiful city; all accessible from one of the many hotels in Madrid.
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