Hotels in Madrid

Monika Höfler & Jens Schwarz

The ample mix and relative affordability of hotels in Madrid (at least, compared with other European capitals) provide more than enough options to su... Read More

The ample mix and relative affordability of hotels in Madrid (at least, compared with other European capitals) provide more than enough options to suit all tastes. You’ll find fabled grand hotels like the Ritz or Santo Mauro (in historic buildings surrounded by lush gardens) and sleekly modern hotels like the Urban or the Principal Madrid (with excellent service and 21st-century technology). In recent years, a new crop of hotels like the Urso, Only You, and the brand-new Tótem have brought high style and luxury at more affordable prices.

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  • AC Santo Mauro

    Once the palatial home of the Duke of Santo Mauro and now part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, the public spaces of this hotel got a cheeky,... Read More

  • Hotel Orfila

    Hidden on a quiet street amid embassies, art galleries, and upscale restaurants, the Orfila has long been a favorite of art and fashion types. A jewel... Read More

  • Hotel Ritz, Madrid

    Built in 1910 at the behest of King Alfonso XIII and located next to the Prado Museum and steps away from Retiro Park, the Ritz has spent more than a... Read More

  • Hotel Unico

    Step off the chicest shopping street in Madrid and into a cosseting world of 1980s-inflected glamour. The Unico has just 44 rooms and a bold modern... Read More

  • Hotel Urban

    A rare newly built hotel in the historic center (the Prado and Plaza Mayor are both a five-minute walk away), the Urban has 96 rooms with a chic... Read More

  • Hotel Urso

    This property has 78 rooms with crisp modern furniture done in soothing neutral tones and a location at the junction of some of the city’s trendiest and... Read More

  • Hotel Wellington

    This grand five-star property with updated baronial décor is just two blocks north of Retiro Park in Barrio Salamanca, the city’s toniest shopping and... Read More

  • Iberostar Las Letras Gran Vía

    The Las Letras name refers to the area behind the hotel, one of the most historic neighborhoods in the city and once home to Golden Age writers like... Read More

  • NH Collection Madrid Suecia

    Hemingway once stayed at this beloved former hotel and Swedish cultural center, which sat shuttered for nearly a decade. It was reborn in 2014 and has... Read More

  • Only You

    When the first property of the expanding Only You brand opened in 2012 in the heart of trendy Chueca, it became a magnet for Madrileños, who filled its... Read More

  • The Principal Madrid Hotel

    Since opening in spring 2015, the Principal Madrid has vaulted to the top of the city's social scene due to its spectacular views over some of the city... Read More

  • Tótem

    Opened in summer 2016, Tótem has 67 rooms in muted grays and steely blues with chic black-marble baths. Part of its novelty lies in taking the bold step... Read More

  • Villa Magna

    With a prime location between the shopping district of Salamanca, the office towers of Paseo de la Castellana, and the arts quarter along the Paseo del... Read More

  • Westin Palace, Madrid

    With 466 rooms, the luxurious Palace is the largest hotel in central Madrid and has a location that can't be beat. It shares a plaza—one of the city's... Read More

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