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Madrid Hotels

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 ... read more
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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  • 41
    Hospes

    Hospes

    4
    3 reviews

    Retiro is beckoning from this hotel, minutes away. White is theme of this hotel, as white stools line the lobby area and within a glass, enclosed lounge area, white couches are gathered in a cluster.

    Popular withLuxuryLocalWellness
  • 42
    Urban Sea Hotel Atocha 113

    Urban Sea Hotel Atocha 113

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    Chic & Basic has been renamed Urban Sea Atocha, but it still retains the same great service and charm as it did before. It's affordable accommodation right in the heart of the centre, only a few minutes walk from Atocha train station and from the Puerta del Sol. The guy who was working at the reception desk was lovely and ...

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  • 43
    Meliá Madrid Princesa

    Meliá Madrid Princesa

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    With the entrance tucked down an unassuming side street, walking into the grand lobby is an unexpected treat. They recently did the space up, retaining the best retro and antique elements and injecting everything else with ultra-modern flair. The stylistic melange is very Blade Runner, and very cool. As you’d expect, everything is top-notch five-star quality. The staff are courteous ...

    Popular withDesignWellnessLuxury
  • 44
    Petit Palace Mayor

    Petit Palace Mayor

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    I love the Petit Palace Mayor's friendly family atmosphere! The hotel has beautiful family rooms where the beds fold into the wall so the kids have plenty of floor space for playing. If they need entertaining you can use one of the hotel's free iPads with the WiFi on request. There are also presents for all of the kids on ...

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  • 45
    Hesperia Madrid

    Hesperia Madrid

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews
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  • 46
    AC Santo Mauro Hotel

    AC Santo Mauro Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews

    AC Santo Mauro would be the perfect spot for a dream wedding. I fell in love with it as soon as I walked through the door. It’s so quiet and tranquil and feels like you’re stepping back in time. The lounges all have a separate theme and they are so luxurious and plush that you could just sit and relax ...

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  • 47
    Best Western Hotel Arosa

    Best Western Hotel Arosa

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    The beautiful chandelier in this hotel upon the entryway almost seems out of place. Nothing else in this place is quite as...special. Central location? Sure. Rooms that are clean and somewhat spacious? Sure. A little extra touch beyond that? No. It’s important for me, for anywhere I stay, to feel like my presence and my questions matter. This wasn’t the ...

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  • 48
    Hotel Europa

    Hotel Europa

    3.5
    4 reviews

    The main selling point of Hotel Europa is the location. This is the only hotel on Puerta del Sol, which is the geographic center of Madrid. Within a five minute walk you can get to Plaza Mayor, the Royal Palace, and Mercado San Miguel, plus a host of restaurants nearby. It’s situated on a pedestrian street and just down from ...

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  • 49
    MuchoMadrid

    MuchoMadrid

    3.5
    3 reviews

    This hostel was clean and comfortable with plenty of space, which is about all you can ask for when it comes to European hostels.

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  • 50
    Novotel Madrid Puente de la Paz

    Novotel Madrid Puente de la Paz

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    This hotel was excellent. It was kid friendly (children receive a toy once checked into the hotel), a lovely hotel suite with a view of the city and walking distance to the Plaza Mayor and restaurants.

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  • 51
    Hostal Veracruz II

    Hostal Veracruz II

    3.5
    3 reviews

    Nice, clean place to stay. No frills. Good location. This review applies to the Hostal Esmeralda downstairs.

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  • 52
    AC Cuzco

    AC Cuzco

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews

    When the Eurostars Madrid up the street is full, this is my favorite back up hotel in Madrid. Good clean, contemporary hotel. It is also owned by Marriott so has a U.S. connection. Only negative is probably the hotel restaurant, not really worth going to. Last time, I saw that Emirates puts up their pilots and stewardesses here.

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  • 53
    Senator Gran Via Hotel
  • 54
    Chueca IV

    Chueca IV

    4.5
    2 reviews

    This is the upcoming neighbourhood of Madrid. More the alternative and gay neighbourhood. You have great restaurants and bars overthere.

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  • 55
    Hostal Marlasca

    Hostal Marlasca

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    Compared to the hostel we stayed at in Barcelona, this place was like a small boutique hotel. Pretty sink in bathroom, check. Tons of recessed lighting, check. Comfortable beds, check. Key card that turns on the electricity in the room (cool!), check. Dark pergo flooring, check. Large flat-screen TV angled towards the beds, check. Cute cafe table set with bar ...

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  • 56
    Hostal Cruz Sol

    Hostal Cruz Sol

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    3 reviews

    This hostel is really centrally located, which, for me, as an avid traveler, it’s pretty far up there on my list of things that are important to me as I travel, in addition to being close to action and intermingling with locals. I don’t thrive towards the local stuff too heavy. This hostel fits the bill. It’s a standard hostel. ...

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  • 57
    Hostal Dominguez

    Hostal Dominguez

    3.5
    3 reviews

    Just around the corner from the Tribunal Metro stop, this hotel, I think, would make a good stay for the budget traveler or one who wants to be close the nightlife that Malasaña offers. I was particularly fond of the brightly-colored bedspreads in the room I looked and the natural life that streamed in from the window in the room. ...

    Popular withFoodiesBudgetNightlife
  • 58
    Hostal Prim

    Hostal Prim

    3.5
    3 reviews

    I chose this hotel because of it's close proximity to the Madrid Marathon start line. As a single woman traveling on her own, this hostal provided a safe and comfortable stay. It is located in the center of the city, in a very safe area steps away from buses, trains and nightlife. I was perfectly comfortable walking out of my ...

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  • 59
    Paseo Del Prado

    Paseo Del Prado

    4
    2 reviews

    This is mostly a great place to find toursity type items in Madrid, away from the the highest concentration of shops in Sol (where you would most likely find overpriced items). The great thing about this market is it is within walking distance from Madrid’s renowned musuems, The Prado and the Reina Sofia, just to name a few.

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  • 60
    Hostel One Malasaña

    Hostel One Malasaña

    4
    2 reviews

    I love everything about Malasaña: the people spilling out of the restaurants and bars that line the streets on the weekends, the smell of every type of food imaginable swirling your nostrils, the overall vibe of the people who appear to have it figured out, at least, to enjoy life to the fullest. This hostel is probably one more thing ...

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