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Madrid Boutique Hotels

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Madrid may be the capital of Spain, but it is a dynamic cultural capital as well. With museums renowned the world over, stunning architectural reminders of its royal past, and a nightlife to rival all others, you'll find enough to do here to fill several trips. For prime access to all of the city's best sites, book a room at one of our boutique Madrid hotels, where our attentive staff will ensure you're rested, relaxed, and ready to embrace the day.

Begin your tour of Madrid in Museum Triangle. Here you'll find the Museo del Prado, which houses one of the most extensive and respected art collections in the world. Spanish, Flemish, Dutch, Italian and German masterpieces are all on display. The nearby Reina Sofía National Museum and Art Center is a must for all Picasso, Miro, Kandinsky and Dali fans, while the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum of Art features work by Monet, Goya, Renoir, Degas and Van Gogh, as well as more Picasso.

Outside of the artistic sphere, other notable museums and centers include the Museo de América, Museo de Lazaro Galdiano, the National Archeology Museum, and the Planetario de Madrid, which together feature historic colonial artifacts, fascinating archaeological finds, and of course, the stars. Or, if it's royal glory you see to explore, don't miss the Palacio Real, once of the largest palaces in Europe and the current setting for many state ceremonies.

The best way to get outside in Madrid is to explore the city's many plazas, which feature stately clock towers, bustling markets, intimidating statues and regal architecture. Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Mercado de San Miguel and Plaza de España are all well worth a visit. Alternatively, El Retiro Park, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Parque del Capricho and Rosaleda del Parque del Oeste are all excellent choices for a picnic or a stroll.

If you're looking to exercise that credit card, Madrid's shopping scene won't disappoint. Check out El Rastro or the Fuencarral Market for homemade goods, street performances, clothes, shoes and accessories. Alternatively, head to Las Rozas Village Chic Outlet Shopping for some great steals on designer duds.

Culture vultures, sports fans and nightlife lovers will find much to enjoy in Madrid. Indulge in the romance of a flamenco show, take in a world class performance of the Spanish National Orchestra, cheer for the dominant Real Madrid football (soccer) team, or catch the hottest band at any number of clubs and bars. The nightclubs are abundant here, as are the many tapas bars, featuring small bites with every drink. If you're looking for something a little more substantial, head to La Latina neighborhood for some satisfying eats. Look out for Gallinejas and Entresijos (a lamb dish), Callos a la Madrileña (hot pot tripe) and Cocido Madrileño (chickpea stew) for a taste of the region's specialties.

Madrid is easily reached by bus, plane or train. When you arrive, ensure you've got a welcoming smile to greet you by booking into one our boutique hotels in Madrid. Here you can kick up your feet in style while enjoying close proximity to all of the city's top sites.



Latest Madrid Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Madrid Hotel
(4.3 / 5) of 3341 reviews
Holiday Inn Madrid - Calle Alcala
By Adele53
We travel frequently and have stayed in all manner of hotels. I've given this hotel a superior rating based on the professionalism of the front desk staff, the location of the hotel (it's outside the [More] city center but in a very nice neighborhood with easy access to Madrid's tourist attractions) and the comfort of our room. I would not hesitate to return to this hotel or recommend it to friends. [Less]
Night in Madrid
By LaBreeT
Holiday Inn in relatively quiet Madrid location. Hotel is short walk from restaurants and bars in Madrid. Hotel rooms were clean, but need updating. Hallways and doors to rooms need new carpet and [More] replacing. Overall, a descent stay at a good rate. [Less]
Friendly Servive and Cute, Dated Furniture
By WoofieBubbles
We stayed at this hotel just one night during a long layover in Madrid. We wanted something in between the airport and the city center. We did however have to take and train and then transfer to a [More] bus to commute to the hotel. The staff was very friendly. They provided us with a complimentary upgrade to a suite. We appreciated the extra space to spread out after a long day of traveling. The furniture and carpet were very dated, but I thought that made it kind of charming. It seemed like there were some decent restaurants in the surrounding area. I liked the view from the room. I really enjoyed watching the Japanese news channel in the morning. However breakfast was not included, maybe they just don't eat breakfast? Overall this hotel did the trick. [Less]
Nice, clean and good value for Money
By MartiMart
stay at this hotel for business meetings and the location close to our customers is very convenient. The hotel is a very nice and good managed Hotel. Devinitely again. [Less]
Comfortable bed and great service
By kro60
Staff were very welcoming on arrival and the rooms were modern and very comfortable. Nothing bad to say. location was perfect for my purposes. [Less]
Convenient Location
By Rvwer100
Good accomodation at a convenient location for business purpose in the area. Nearby Las Tablas metro station. [Less]
hard to find
By melimeli
I found this hotel very difficult to find,my sat nav could not find Rivas Madrid or anything like it.The only way to find this hotel is on a road map,and then its a head ache job.Why cant the hotel [More] put its satnav co-ordinance on show???? [Less]
Ideal in-transit stop over on the outskirts of Madrid East
By Greatmewstone
This hotel is very good generally but does lack an evening meal facility and when arriving late afternoon such a facility would be very welcome to enable one to relax within the hotel and avoid the [More] need to dine out [Less]
Great customer service at a great hotel
By Chabbie
We stay at this hotel every year that we go to Madrid just because of the excellent staff. Hotel is always spotless and breakfast is great. The hotel is located a bit south of Madrid center but there [More] is bus and metro service that takes you into Madrid. [Less]

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