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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


Short Visit near Madrid
By Fernando in SoCal
We were needing to stay near the airport for a few days and chose the San Sebastian Holiday Inn Express. It worked out just great. The staff was very accommodating and friendly, it was close to major [More] shopping centers and very good restaurants and 15 minutes to the airport. [Less]
Great service
By vdvr03
Lady at check-in was great and super helpful. Rooms were small but comfortable and clean. Breakfast was great in the morning with a variety of choices. The airport is very close but it took over an [More] hour to arrive using public transportation, which requires many trandfers. Also can get pricy because of it being in zone B ( outside of Madrid's city center) of Madrid's public transportation costs. It would have been wonderful if the hotel over a shuttle to the airport since it was less than a 10 minute drive. [Less]
Good hotel. Great people!!
By CASanchez
This hotel meets my expectations of what a holiday Inn Express should be; Clean modern, efficient and comfortable. What makes this particular hotel great is the people. Thanks to Clare and David at [More] the front desk for their courteous and friendly service and special thanks to Ana forgoing over and above my expectations in getting me the rooms that meet my needs. The only comment that I can make is that the room doesn't have a mini-refrigerator. But, since this is not an expectation in Europe, it's a minor issue. Still, it would be convenient, specially for diabetics like myself who need to store insulin in a refrigerated place. [Less]
My Favorite 5 star hotel
By Yoyis Traveler
Although we enjoyed several very lovely hotels, Madrid's Intercontinental remains our absolute favorite. This was our third stay at the Intercontinental, and all the things we've liked so very much [More] remain as wonderful as ever - the perfect service, the beautiful club room, the quiet comfort, and the thoughtful amenities - they're all there. Although the Intercontinental is a large establishment in a busy city, the experience of staying there feels more like a visit to a luxurious boutique hotel, offering every consideration for its guests. All in all, a great quality hotel that lives up to the Intercontinental brand. We will definitely return. [Less]
A very enjoyable stop over in Madrid at a greast hotel
By JohnCu
Very comfortable and the location was excellent, great staff. [Less]
Great Service, Freindly staff
By joeshab
I was greeted by the Doorman who recognized me from previous stays. Many of the staff also recognized me. [Less]
Rivas
By Dsell901
Really enjoyed my stay. Everything from the room to the staff exceed my expectations. [Less]
Decent property
By NIckNick123
Good property for family or someone driving into Madrid from that direction to stay a night and save some money. [Less]
Good
By Petroc8
All OK. Breakfast good IF you arrive after tour group(s) have gone.- better choices put out! [Less]

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