Madrid Hotels – A Guide

Madrid hotels can be difficult to find, especially when traveling in a group, which is why we’ve compiled the following list to help you locate your perfect accommodation. No matter your budget we are sure you’ll find something suited to your needs. When looking for Madrid hotels you want to take advantage of the Madrid’s seemingly endless array of fine restaurants. Not only have we brought you Madrid hotels but also the best nearby attractions, which include excellent restaurants. But before we get you there let’s take a look at some background information on the city itself.

Madrid, the capital and most populous city in Spain, has a population of around 3.3 million people. The third largest city in the European Union, Madrid lies on River Manzanares. Madrid is a center for entertainment, fashion, arts, science, sports, politics and education. The tenth most livable city in the world, Madrid has a mix of modern infrastructure and historic architecture. It has a Mediterranean climate with cool winters and hot summers, with high temperatures ranging from 90 degrees Fahrenheit in July to 50 degrees in January. Major points of interest include Gran Vía, Plaza Mayor, AZCA, CTBA, Puerta de Alcalá, Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral, Royal Theatre, National Library of Spain, Palace of Communication, Almudena Cathedral, Palace of Longoria, Las Ventas, Market of San Miguel, Plaza de España, Retiro Park, Madrid Zoo, Parque de Atracciones de Madrid, Madrid Stock Exchange, Golden Triangle of Art, National Archaeological Museum of Madrid, Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, Reina Sofía National Art Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Museum of the Americas, National Museum of Natural Sciences, Naval Museum, Museum of Lázaro Galdiano, Teatro Real, Caja Mágica, Santiago Bernabéu (Real Madrid) and Metropolitano Stadium (Atletico Madrid), to name a few. Francisco Goya, one of the most fascinating romantic painters, spent a significant number of years in Madrid, and likely found much inspiration therein. Now that we have some background information on the city, let’s get you to Madrid hotels that we think you will love.

VP Plaza Espana Design

Plaza de Espana n.5

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What’s around?

VP Plaza Espana Design offers parking, a wellness center, a seasonal pool, exclusive decor, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, desks, coffee machines, high-end toiletries, bathrobes, terraces, a buffet breakfast, an on-site restaurant, a sky bar, meeting and conference rooms and green areas. Nearby you’ll find El Reloj de Harry & Sally (restaurant), Casa Jancinto (restaurant), Luthier Fernando Munoz Aladro (musical instrument repair shop), O’Curruncho (Galician restaurant), La Tradicion (restaurant), Savia Bruta (florist), Panaderia Reposteria Dulce Vida (bakery), Mi Arroz (restaurant), Believe Life & Food (restaurant), Faborit (restaurant), Hualian Market (supermarket), Tienda Coreana (grocery store), Restaurante Casa Lafu (Sichuan restaurant), Gastro Via 61 (restaurant), Restaurante Ikigai (Japanese restaurant), Miyama Restaurant (Sushi restaurant), Supermercado Oriental Plaza Espana (supermarket), You Liang Library (book store), Cantaro (pottery store), Teatro Coliseum (performing arts theater), Plaza de Espana, Monumento Cervantes (tourist attraction) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Plaza de España Metro Station, Palacio del Senado, Plaza de España Jardines de Ferraz and Calle de la Princesa, 0.2 miles from Lope de Vega Theatre, Sabatini Gardens, Arlequin Theatre, Santo Domingo Metro Station and Compac Gran Via Theatre, 0.3 miles from Rialto Theater and Temple of Debod, 0.4 miles from Royal Palace of Madrid, 0.5 miles from Gran Via and Plaza Mayor, 0.6 miles from Puerta del Sol, 2.2 miles from Parque de Atracciones de Madrid and 8.5 miles from Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport.

Approximate cost per night (premium triple room): $407

Cost per person (three people): $136



Gran Hotel Inglés

Calle Echegaray 08

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What’s in the area?

Gran Hotel Inglés is set in a 19th century building and features stylish art-decó decor, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, an à la carte buffet breakfast, an on-site restaurant, a cocktail bar, conference rooms and wellness services. Close you’ll see La Venencia (bar), Ichikoro Ramen, Inti de Oro (Peruvian restaurant), La Cabana Argentino (Argentinian restaurant), Indian Aroma (Indian restaurant), Restaurante Vegetariano Artemisa Sol (vegetarian restaurant), Restaurante El Luarques (Asturian restaurant), Restaurante Arroceria Marina (rice restaurant), Atlantik Corner (bar & grill), Cardamomo Tablao Flamenco (flamenco theater), Instituto Arabe (language school), Teatro de la Comedia (performing arts theater), Pampa Beef (Argentinian restaurant), CEBO Restaurante (Mediterranean restaurant), Casa Mira (cake shop), Reina Victoria Theater, El Barril de Las Cortes (seafood restaurant), Meneses Building (museum), Antigua Pasteleria del Pozo (pastry shop), Taberna del Chato (tapas bar), Alhambra (Andalusian restaurant), Fatigas del querer (restaurant) and more.

Reina Victoria Theatre is within feet, Teatro Español, Plaza de Santa Ana, Cofidis Alcazar Theatre and Sevilla Metro Station are 0.1 miles, Congreso de los Diputados, Teatro de la Zarzuela, Puerta del Sol, Sol Metro Station and Circulo de Bellas Artes are 0.2 miles, Gran Via is 0.3 miles, Plaza Mayor and The Prado Museum are 0.4 miles, Royal Palace of Madrid and Retiro Park are 0.8 miles, Chamartin Station is 4 miles and Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport is 8.2 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $2,254

Cost per person (six people): $375






Gran Meliá Palacio de los Duques

Cuesta Santo Domingo

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Near the Royal Palace of Madrid

Featuring a seasonal pool, a terrace with panoramic city views, a garden, a wellness center, a 24-hour gym, elegant decor, 49-inch LED TVs, iPhone docking stations, coffee machines, free WiFi, rain showers, heated floors, 3 restaurants, and a cocktail bar, Gran Meliá Palacio de los Duques rests near Restaurante Xiaoman (Chinese restaurant), Desperate Literature (book store), Beer Station (Irish pub), Sublime Tokyo (Japanese restaurant), Cafe Berlin, Asador de Aranda (Castilian restaurant), Cuando Sali de Cuba (Cuban restaurant), La Chamana (Mexican restaurant), Cerveceria Erte (pub), MUSASHI (Japanese restaurant), Lambuzo (tapas bar), Casa Jaguar (Latin American restaurant), La Nodriza (organic food store), Entre Suspiro y Suspiro (Mexican restaurant), Sanissimo Opera Vegan & Vegetarian (vegan restaurant), Restaurante El Buey (grill), Restaurante El Senador, La Mi Venta (Spanish restaurant), Cafe De Chintas, Mashita (Korean restaurant), Las Cuevas de Sando (bar), Restaurante Sando (Mediterranean restaurant), Cool (disco club), Al-Nassim Teteria (Lebanese restaurant), Unterwelt (bar), El Coloso (meeting room rentals), La Malinche (Mexican restaurant and more.

From here Opera Metro Station, Arlequin Theatre, Teatro Real, Lope de Vega Theatre and Santo Domingo Metro Station are 0.1 miles, Rialto Theater, Plaza de Oriente, Callao Metro Station, Palacio del Senado and Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales are 0.2 miles, Royal Palace of Madrid, Plaza Mayor and Gran Via are 0.3 miles, The Prado Museum is 1 mile, Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is 2.2 miles and Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport is 8.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night (the royal suite): $5,540

Cost per person (six people): $924



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Wellington Madrid

Velazquez, 8, Salamanca

Madrid Hotels

Salamanca District

With an outdoor swimming pool, a spa with sensation showers, a hot tub, air conditioning, soundproof rooms, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, safety deposit boxes, marble bathrooms, bathrobes, slippers, coffee machines, electric kettles, a well-equipped fitness center, a sun terrace with loungers and multiple food and drink options, Wellington Madrid can be found close to Goizeko Wellington (restaurant), El Brunch del Wellington, Kabuki Wellington (Japanese restaurant), F. Torres Relojero (watch store), Alopeke Centro Infantil (coffee shop), Degussa Metales Preciosos (gold dealer), Concha Barrios Gallery (art gallery), Rocket by Ollywood (health food restaurant), El Telegrama Coffee & Bar, Casa Galleta (restaurant), Floren Domezain (restaurant) and more.

You may find Retiro Metro Station 0.1 miles, Velázquez Metro Station, Príncipe de Vergara Metro Station and Serrano Metro Station 0.2 miles, Parque del Buen Retiro, Bridge of Alcalá, Serrano Street, National Archaeological Museum of Spain, National Library of Spain and Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando 0.3 miles, Retiro Park 0.5 miles. Puerta del Sol and Atocha Train Station 1.1 miles, Chamartin Station 3.4 miles and Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport 7.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $1,867

Cost per person (five people): $374



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Eurostars Madrid Tower

Castellana, 259B

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SyV Tower

Eurostars Madrid Tower has a gym, a spa, city views, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, pillow menus, wooden floors, large windows, spacious modern bathrooms, steam brushes for clothes, hair care sets, an in-house restaurant with panoramic city views and a piano bar. It’s found close to Regus (office space rental agency), Metropolitan Torre de Cristal (gym), Bar Association (bar), Asociacion Cultural de Empleados de la EMT (sports complex), Museo de la EMT (museum), Food House (restaurant), Buenos Aires (Argentinian restaurant), Parque Norte (park), Happykids (playground), La Vaguada (shopping center), Jeff de Bruges (chocolate shop) and more.

CTBA is within feet, Begona Metro Station and La Paz Hospital are 0.2 miles, Parque Norte is 0.3 miles, Chamartín Metro Station and Chamartin Station are 0.5 miles, Bambu Metro Station is 0.6 miles, Ventilla is 0.7 miles, Ramon y Cajal Hospital and Plaza de Castilla Metro Station are 0.8 miles, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is 1.8 miles, Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is 5.6 miles and Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport is 6.2 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (superior triple room): $297

Cost per person (three people): $99



Penthouse Cuzco Castellana

Calle Pensamiento 27 8

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What’s going on?

With 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, free WiFi, garden views, a fully-equipped kitchen, air conditioning, a seating area, a living room, a flat-screen TV, a terrace and bicycle rental service, Penthouse Cuzco Castellana is situated in the vicinity of Restaurante El Astorgano (restaurant), Cafeteria Gourmet, Restaurante Annapurna (Indian restaurant), Bar el Minuto (down home cooking restaurant), Peluqueria Ms Caballeros (barber shop), Javea Bar, Crystal Nails (beauty supply store), Restaurante La Parrilla de Andorina (grill), Cerveceria Ortega (pub), La Pinta y la Vina (down home cooking restaurant), El Percebe De Cedeira (seafood restaurant), El Jamon y El Churrasco (restaurant), Matcha (sushi restaurant), Megafield Paintball Madrid (paintball center), Merceria Margallo (haberdashery), Restaurante La Maquina Original (seafood restaurant), Dideco (toy store), La Tahona (grill), Aranjuez Steak House, Restaurante Mikado (Japanese restaurant) and more.

From here Tetuán Metro Station is 0.2 miles, Cuzco Metro Station and Paseo de la Castellana are 0.3 miles, Valdeacederas Metro Station is 0.4 miles, Valdeacederas Metro Station and Santiago Bernabeu Metro Station are 0.5 miles, Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Torre Picasso and Plaza de Castilla Metro Station are 0.6 miles, Puerta de Europa is 0.7 miles, Chamartin Station is 1.1 miles, Temple of Debod and Gran Via are 2.7 miles, Retiro Park and The Prado Museum are 3.1 miles and Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport is 6.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $368

Cost per person (eight people): $47




Opera Luxury Penthouse

11 Calle de los Canos del Peral

Madrid Hotels

Madrid City Center

Featuring 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a terrace, ticket service, free private parking, a tour desk, free WiFi, air conditioning, a hairdryer, a seating area, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen, a washing machine and bicycle and car rental service, Opera Luxury Penthouse is near Entre Suspiro y Suspiro (Mexican restaurant), Casa Jaguar (Latin American restaurant), La Nodriza (organic food store), La Ciudad Invisible (cafeteria), Taproom Madrid (brewpub), Sanissimo Opera Vegan & Vegetarian (vegan restaurant), Mundo Fantasia (comic book store), Restaurante Esencia al Cuadrado (restaurant), MUSASHI (Japanese restaurant), Cerveceria Erte (pub), Cafe Berlin and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Ópera Metro Station, Teatro Real, Monasterio de las Descalzas Reales and Arlequin Theatre, 0.2 miles from Callao Metro Station, Santo Domingo Metro Station, Rialto Theater, Lope de Vega Theatre, Lope de Vega Theatre, Plaza Mayor and Lope de Vega Theatre, 0.3 miles from Gran Via, Puerta del Sol and Royal Palace of Madrid, 2.2 miles from Parque de Atracciones de Madrid and 8.5 miles from Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport.

Approximate cost per night: $600

Cost per person (eight people): $75





Heima Serrano Penthouse

Calle de Goya 5

Madrid Hotels

What’s happening?

Heima Serrano Penthouse features a terrace, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a seating area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a balcony, city views, air conditioning and a washing machine. Platea Madrid (Restaurant), Ermenegildo Zegna Boutique, Centro Riojano de Madrid Restaurante (Spanish restaurant), Galeria Kreisler (art gallery), 99 Sushi Bar Hermosilla, Dry Martini Bar, Hard Rock Cafe Madrid, Plaza de Colon, Fernan Gomez Centro Cultural de la Villa (cultural center), diDom (shoe store), Shinatora Ya (Japanese restaurant), The Kooples (clothing store), American Vintage (clothing store), Oysho (women’s clothing store), Lipault (handbags shop), Uterque (clothing store) and more are within walking distance.

Colón Metro Station, National Library of Spain, Serrano Metro Station and National Archaeological Museum of Spain are 0.1 miles, Paseo de Recoletos, Church of Santa Barbara, Estación de Recoletos and Velázquez Metro Station are 0.3 miles, Serrano Street and Retiro Metro Station are 0.4 miles, Retiro Park is 0.7 miles, The Prado Museum is 0.8 miles, Plaza Mayor is 1.2 miles, Temple of Debod is 1.5 miles and Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport is 7.3 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night: $642

Cost per person (eight people): $80



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Atico Wanda Penthouse

Avenida de Canillejas a Vicalvaro 77

Madrid Hotels

And here?

Atico Wanda Penthouse has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a garden, a balcony, air conditioning, private parking, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a patio, garden views and a terrace. Near here you’ll find Mundo Decor (curtain store), Cafe Bar Bahia (bar), Bar Longares, Segura desde 1996 (bakery), Back in Black (snowboard shop), La Grada (bar), Bar LimonLimon, Enjoy the Moment (pub), Bar Cafeteria Romi Cocina Casera, Bar Restaurante El Goteron de Almeria – Canillehas and more.

From here Las Musas Metro Station is 0.2 miles, San Blas Metro Station is 0.5 miles, Wanda Metropolitano is 0.6 miles, Torre Arias Metro Station is 0.8 miles, Simancas Metro Station is 0.9 miles, Suanzes Metro Station is 1 mile, Canillejas Metro Station is 1.1 miles, García Noblejas Metro Station is 1.2 miles, García Noblejas Metro Station is 1.5 miles, Ascao Metro Station is 1.7 miles Royal Palace of Madrid is 5.6 miles and Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport is 3.9 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $248

Cost per person (seven people): $35




Well there they are, Madrid hotels that we are sure will provide for an amazing time. Thank you for stopping by and enjoy your Spain trip!

26 Replies to “Madrid Hotels – A Guide”

  1. Very informative post on Madrid hotels in Spain, good guide. I’ve personally always wanted to visit Barcelona but your guide intrigues my interests and make Madrid seem very appealing. What especially caught my eye was the Gran Meliá Palacio de los Duques, Cuesta Santo Domingo. The fact it is near the Spanish Royal Palace is really cool, I absolutely want to see that. And so many nearby places to visit, very cool. Do you have a favorite spot in Madrid? Thanks again and have a good day.

  2. Thank you for this information. I’ve traveled a lot in my life and this article is a gem. Most Recently, I went to Romania. Though in todays world it is much easier to get hotel information than in years past because of various travel sites, having a resource like yours is valuable. Not only did you highlight what looks like a great hotel, but you gave some interesting information about what to see and where to go. I’ve started planning my next Euro vacation and now thanks to you, I’ll add Madrid to my list of places to look into.

  3. That is some really fascinating background of Madrid. I see why it is named the tenth best city to live in. These group packages look very affordable. Madrid seems to have a lot of restaurants, I guess people love to eat out that much and spend time in the beautiful town. I am surprised that Eurostars Madrid Tower costs that little per person. The ambiance and the view is to die for! I also love the style of Gran Mella Palaclo. Even for that price the outside relaxation setting is so soothing. Thank you for great recommendation as always.

  4. And look at that, yet another good post!  It’s odd, you have three different countries I’m considering vacationing to.  I wouldn’t be surprised to see Italy and Ireland on this site soon, because you are checking my list off pretty good!  Madrid is in my top two list right now, because Spain in general has a beautiful history to it.  I really like the Gran hotel because it looks historical, and this may have sold me!  Now I’ll let my wife check it out, though she is set on Ireland!

  5. Madrid is a wonderful city where I have had the pleasure of visiting a few times at different times of the year. I was able to experience the heat of the Summer months and the cooler months as well, and of course, the city is resplendent with places to see and things to do. Having a guide from you on the best hotels is useful for upcoming trips there.

    I will likely try the Eurostars Madrid Tower, as the price is reasonable, the place looks great, and there is a lot to see and do in that area. I also have not spent much time in the area where it is located so it should be fun for me and my fellow travelers! I always find what I am looking for here, thanks for that!

  6. I had to come back and make another comment as I was so taken by your post. Madrid is a place I have always loved and I would like to take my family there in the Spring. Of the many options that you have covered, is there one that would fit well for that time of year? 

    My family is quite large, we will be approximately 9 altogether, some will not be able to travel with us but most will. They like good restaurants and sightseeing, so I will select one from your list for sure, it is just difficult to pick the ideal hotel. 

    I do enjoy your posts and have so many ideas for many of the cities that I get to for my business and pleasure travel, and Madrid is right up there with my favorite spots in the world to visit. The hotels you cover are always ones that I would select myself too, which is why I keep coming back. Thanks!

  7. Thank you very much for this informative article about Madrid hotels in Spain I’ve traveled a lot in my life and this article is I am so surprised that Eurostar cost so little for a single person.i never knew Madrid had a lot of restaurants, I guess people love to eat out that much and spend time in the beautiful town.thanks for this important article.

  8. Thank you for your post. It is a timely article for me. In the coming Christmas season, we, the family of six, are planning to go to Madrid, Spain for a winter vacation. We did some search, but it is hard for us to make final hotel reservation.

    Here comes your article, which contains full information of hotels in Madrid. I am happy that it is no doubt we will have hotel within our budget. We plan to spend $100/day/person. Based on your hotel cost, it is no problem for us to control our budget in the planned range.

    We would like to spend more time on the beaches and would be nice to have hotel closing to them. Do you have hotel near beaches?

    It is kind of you sharing this useful information with us. 

  9. Extremely educational post on Madrid hotel in Spain, great guide. I’ve by and by constantly needed to visit Barcelona however your guide interests my inclinations and cause Madrid to appear to be engaging. What particularly got my attention was the Gran Meliá Palacio de los Duques, Cuesta Santo Domingo. The reality it is close to the Spanish Royal Palace is truly cool, I completely need to see that. Thus numerous close by spots to visit, cool. Do you have a most loved spot in Madrid? Much appreciated again and have a decent day.

    1. Hi arzu great choices! Most loved places arguably could be Gran Via, Royal Theatre and Santiago Bernabeu (where Real Madrid plays)

  10. Interesting and informative post about Madrid, the attractions and the variety of hotels selected. 

    Spain is a beautiful country. I love Barcelona, it’s so vibrant and bustling but we seem to have overlooked Madrid for some reason. Having seen your post makes me realise that Madrid should be on our list of places to visit and you have made it easy to select a hotel that has the attributes we require as well as being closer to the main points of interest for us.

    Excellent and helpful post.

  11. I’ve always wanted to go to Madrid for once, well that has been a wish I never saw coming through just because I don’t work towards achieving it, who knows next year maybe I’ll go. This information is very useful and will relatively be of great help, I’ve heard of how fun Madrid is but I believe getting a good accommodation during your stay will make it more interesting, the hotels here are nice but a bit expensive but considering comfort they are just too good.

  12. Sure, getting an hotel in a city like Madrid wouldn’t be an easy task in any way and perhaps we may not get the perfect fit based on budget and desire too; it is no brainer as a result of this article, thanks for sharing it.

    I don’t like high budget hotel bills, All I need is a calm environment with free WiFi and good food (as I don’t joke with my tommy 🍗😋). I see there are so many fit for me in this list.

  13. ‘’De Madrid al cielo’’, my beloved Madrid. You guessed it’s my favorite city? It’s exciting how the development of new hotels went to another level in this past years. Penthouse Cuzco Castellana looks very inviting to me, especially because it’s so close to Paseo de la Castellana – I lovelovelove Castellana 😊  I’ve already stayed in Eurostars Madrid Tower – the view is soooo incredible!

    But I have to say that I am curious to check out Four Seasons when it opens in the beginning of the next year…

    Well, it’s time for me to start planning another trip to the capital 🙂

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