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Madrid is one of Europe’s most vibrant cities whose culture bleeds out through its traditions and cosmopolitan urbanity. It’s the perfect rest stop for art lovers and party animals alike as the city is known for its lively, contagious energy.
So where should you stay when traveling to Madrid? Below is a small guide to the cities top hotels.
Located right in the heart of Madrid, Hotel Ritz is an exquisite 5-star luxury hotel and iconic landmark that offers unparalleled luxury for the Spanish high society and spectacular experiences seeking travelers.
Gran Melia Fenix
Referenced as one of the finest luxury hotels in all of Madrid, the Gran Melia Fenix features an incredible interior and famed Dry Martini Bar. Enjoy multiple levels of luxury from their Thai Wellness Room to their fine dining at restaurant CARAY.
This 18th century inspired hotel is ideally located in the cultural and business district of Madrid. The elegantly textured walls of Intercontinental Madrid surround the 302 guest rooms, 41 suites, 10 meeting rooms, and 2 restaurants.
Inside the Wellington Hotel you’ll find the Caroli Health Club, suitable for all ages, and equipped with many activities ranging from beauty parties to relaxation, fitness training to health and beauty. Their signature treatment, the Thermal Circuit, adds a unique flare to the health club as it’s inspired by Roman tradition.
Urso Hotel and Spa
This hotel and spa could be your ultimate getaway as the spa is hidden underground . It’s intimate and discreet hideaway can make for the perfect touch of relaxation along with its restorative therapies, hydrotherapy pool, and diamond dust skin treatments.
Hotel Miguel Angel
The Spa Room, or more widely known as The Lab Room, is staffed by qualified physiotherapists and a celebrity favorite for its original, avant-garde treatments. Have a fashion consultation or rent out the whole spa for you and your family to indulge in.
Casa de Madrid
Formerly a 18th century townhouse, Casa de Madrid has been converted to a small luxury hotel. Each of the seven rooms have been individually redesigned by an interior designer inspired by the atmosphere of an old time century palace.
Housed in a grand old mansion, this boutique hotel may not be for the modern design traveler. This old-fashioned hotel is tucked away in a peaceful neighborhood away from all the clatter of Madrid. It’s an elegant place to situate yourself if you like unique antiques and beautiful gardens.
A unique set of 19th century Chinese portraits and Egyptian museum is what sets this hotel apart from all others throughout Madrid. Hotel Urban is located in the heart of Madrid’s “Golden Triangle” – which makes it a prime location – as most attractions are within walking distance. The hotel is equipped with 96 designer rooms and suites, meeting rooms, venues for special events, and more.
Hotel de las Letras
Another avant-garde hotel, Hotel de las Letras is one for the books. This hotel is painted with pale colors and integrates natural lighting to transform this magnificent space into a cozy experience. The 109-room grand hotel offers state of the art amenities, grand windows, and silk-screened text from famous writers – each different depending on the floor.