We have more than a dozen Madrid hotels in locations all over the city. This includes city centre hotels, airport hotels and locations outside the city. A business hub, tourist centre and bustling city, there’s a host of reasons you might be paying a visit to this Spanish city.
Football fans probably already consider Madrid as something of a Mecca. Home to a number of football clubs, most notably including Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, if you can catch a match, you definitely should. The atmosphere of Real Madrid’s infamous stadium, the Bernebeu, is phenomenal and shouldn’t be missed.
But if you’d rather spend the day indulging in designer shopping than cheering on a football team, you’re equally as spoilt here. The Salamanca District has a number of streets lined with boutiques and designer shops. On the other hand, if you’d rather hunt out a bargain than splash your cash on designer labels, ‘El Rastro’ is a flea market held in the city each Sunday and you can barter until your heart’s content there.
No matter how long you’re in the city for, you’ll definitely want to stroll around. Our central Madrid hotels are close to a number of plazas and streets suited to an afternoon stroll. Visit the Paseo del Prado, Plaza de Oriente and the Alcala Gate.
If you have time, then do tour some of the city’s 40 or so museums. Highlights include Sorolla Museum, Prado Museum and the Museo Naval.
There’s a high-speed rail network connecting Madrid with Barcelona. In the city itself, there’s a well-connected bus network and metro system. You can fly direct into Madrid from a number of European cities, including Edinburgh, Liverpool and London in the UK. So pack your bags and check in to one of our dozen or so Madrid hotels!
Stay at Holiday Inn Express Madrid-San Sebastian de los Reyes for 2 nights and you can leave your car parked securely for a week with our Park, Stay and Go Package. Ask about our Parque Warner Madrid Package for complimentary parking and discounted entry to the theme park.
Holiday Inn Express Madrid-Tres Cantos is located in the new community of Tres Cantos, designed and built with high living standards. Modern technological and business parks merge with a serene, rural landscape. The hotel's design reflects this mix of technology and beauty.
This is a good hotel, very clean rooms and bathrooms with a good choice of breakfast and the staff are very helpful.
The only negative comment would be that there are no English channels on the TV,[More]
this is only a minor point but even a UK news channel would be useful. [Less]
Good hotel, great value for money. About a 10/15 minute walk to the nearest metro station (La Granja).
Breakfast items a bit limited but good selection of coffees and the juice was nice and cold. The[More]
room was light and airy, very modern clean bathroom. The best part of this stay were the staff, Laura, David and a very helpful girl named Andrea? sorry I can't remember her name but it began with 'A'.
Please pass on my best regards to her.
My son and I were attending the Real Madrid v Valencia match
on May 9th. On the morning of the match I got an e-mail from the ticket office in written in Spanish. (lucky I took my ipad and free WI-FI was available) I took it to the reception and showed it to Andrea? the receptionist. She translated it and it seems there was an error and my tickets needed reprinting.
I forwarded the e-mail to the hotel and gave her my booking reference number and she very kindly reprinted the tickets for me. She certainly went the extra mile mile and in my opinion deserves special recommendation.
Apologies for not remembering her name. Also please pass on my best wishes to Laura for her forthcoming wedding in October. [Less]
I liked the convenience of the Alcorcon train and metro station to the hotel (5 min. walk). However, the food options are limited to the restaurant next door and the food places in a mall that is 5[More]
minutes from the hotel.
The biggest issue with this hotel is the lack of self-laundry. We asked if there was an on-site self laundry and was told there was. We found out there was laundry but it was not self laundry and it was very expensive. One undergarment was 2 euros! We washed our clothes in our room. It made things a bit difficult! [Less]