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Hotel Ritz, Madrid

El Retiro 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A monument to the Belle Epoque, its salons are furnished with rare antiques, hand-embroidered linens, and handwoven carpets, and all rooms... have canopy beds. — Fodor's

One of the most lavish buildings in the city, it has classic style and impeccable service that is second to none. — Lonely Planet

A living legend among Madrid hotels... The spacious and luxurious rooms -- all now tastefully modernized -- boast large closets, antique furnishings, and hand-woven carpets. — Frommer's

The Ritz is widely considered to be the city’s most classically elegant hotel and has become famed internationally for its suberb cuisine. — DK Eyewitness

The thing about Madrid’s Hotel Ritz is that, despite the name, it’s not technically a Ritz. In 1910, King Alfonso XIII toured Europe and decided that the Spanish capital lacked the kind... — Afar Magazine

Hotel Villa Magna

Salamanca 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

After a major renovation, this has a much brighter social area and contemporary style bedrooms. — Michelin Guide

Madrid’s Hotel VillaMagna is a luxury 150-room escape in the city’s posh Salamanca enclave, aneighborhood of high-end boutiques, art galleries, and residences. — oyster.com

Although it's a modern, rather nondescript building from the outside, the lavishly entitled Villa Magna, a Park Hyatt Hotel, more than lives up to its reputation - and tariffs - on the inside. — Time Out

None walks along that slippery border between the classic and the modern with as much ease and grace as the Villa Magna. — Fodor's

Located in the heart of the Spanish capital, Villa Magna is a mix of past and present, with its classic sophistication and modern amenities. — Gayot

Iberostar Las Letras Gran Via

Sol, Santa Ana & Huertas 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This stunning design hotel has been built within a beautifully tiled 18th-century palacette right on Madrid’s main shopping and entertainment street. — DK Eyewitness

If you want to cause a stir in Madrid with a new hotel, make sure it has a rooftop bar overlooking the city. — Lonely Planet

One of the newer members of the eminently stylish Epoque Hotels... stands in the heart of the Gran Vía, enjoying sensational city views from its rooftop terrace. — Frommer's

Not overgimmicked, the 103 tricolor rooms have deep-rust walls, black chairs, and pure white bed linens, which suit the tastes of the hip young crowd who tend to stay here. — concierge.com

Modern-pop interior design seamlessly respects and accents the original details of this 1917 building on the bustling Gran Vía. — Fodor's

Hotel Room Mate Alicia

Sol, Santa Ana & Huertas 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The ideal location for those wanting to be in the thick of Madrid’s vibrant nightlife. This clean cut ultra-modern hotel is affordable to most travellers yet luxurious at the same time. — DK Eyewitness

In a great location – if a little noisy. — Rough Guide

This 37-room boutique is part of a stylish yet affordable chain that offers a youthful, playful design at a good price. — oyster.com

One of the landmark properties of the designer Room Mate chain of hotels, Hotel Alicia overlooks Plaza de Santa Ana with beautiful, spacious rooms. — Lonely Planet

Alicia is crisp and contemporary, with light-wood wall panels and brightly colored bed throws offsetting the otherwise all-white décor. — Travel + Leisure

Hotel Urban

Sol, Santa Ana & Huertas 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This cultural treasure trove is a perfect counterpoint to the painfully hip surroundings... rooms sexily designed with teak and leather and what must be the coolest doormen in the city. — Time Out

Aptly named, this 21st-century crystal palace is all iron pillars, wall upon wall of glass, and remarkable art on loan from the Clos Archaeological Foundation. — concierge.com

Sleek rooms contrast East and West, with European leather headboards, eleventh-century Khmer statues, and Buddhist pieces from the Ch’in Dynasty. — Condé Nast Traveler

Businessman Jordí Clos has created a five-star hotel that feels more like a fashion forward boutique hotel. — BlackBook

The boutique Hotel Urban is a luxurious hotel with a long list of features. — oyster.com

The Westin Palace Madrid

El Retiro 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 467-room Westin Palace is one of the top hotels in Madrid, and is housed in a gorgeous historic building that was commissioned by the king in 1912. — oyster.com

One of the largest, most ornate Victorian-style hotels in the city, with politicians, artists, and celebrities among its distinguished clientele. — Frommer's

The sheen has never really worn off, thanks to its location just off the Paseo del Prado and to its grandeur, apparent in the marble-floored lobby. — Travel + Leisure

Madrid’s Westin Palace brings traditional glamour and sumptuous comfort to the heart of the Spanish capital. Overlooking the Plaza de Neptuno, it offers easy access to the Prado and... — The Telegraph

One of the most famous hotels in Madrid, the Palace successfully combines old-world elegance with cutting-edge facilities. — Time Out

Silken Puerta America

Parque del Oeste & Northern Madrid 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This unconventional hotel, part of the prestigious Silken group, is for design-addicts. — Frommer's

Blending the work of 19 world-renowned designers like Norman Foster and Ron Arad, this Salamanca hotel has 12 floors, each with a starkly different style. — Travel + Leisure

Any hotel designed by a posse of world-famous architects and interior designers will be either brilliant or cringingly gimmicky. — Condé Nast Traveler

From the moment this design hotel comes into view, you know you’re in for an extraordinary experience. The creative exterior is adorned with lines from Paul Eluard’s poem “Freedom” and a... — Jetsetter

Colourfully decorated and with numerous designer features... The guestrooms are very original in style. — Michelin Guide

ME Madrid Reina Victoria

Sol, Santa Ana & Huertas 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lined with restaurants where famous bullfighters dine, and bars where Hemingway drank, Plaza Santa Ana is one of the most well known squares in Madrid. — BlackBook

The ME Madrid is a buzzy, smart hotel in an excellent location with a bit of fun thrown into the mix. Handily located in downtown Madrid, the purple-dominated interiors have a distinctly... — The Telegraph

This luxury hotel is decked out in minimalist white with curves and comfort in all the right places. — Lonely Planet

In an unbeatable location, this ultramodern hotel retains a few reminders of the era when bullfighters would convene here before setting off to Las Ventas. — Fodor's

The end result is supremely comfortable, with luxury bedlinen, Aveda toiletries and lots to keep gadget-fiends happy, not only with plasma screens, CD and DVD players, but even iPod adapters. — Time Out

Hotel Unico Madrid

Salamanca 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's located in a magnificent 19th-century Belle Epoque mansion, which has been tastefully renovated and refurbished with additional 21st-century accoutrements. — Frommer's

At chef Ramon Freixa's eponymous restaurant (which received a Michelin star), the amuse-bouche is actually ten different small bites, and breakfast consists of five different pastries. — concierge.com

Housed in an elegant 19th-century building, it is all about good design and great service with no daft gimmicks, which is a bit of a relief these days. With Ramon Freixa Madrid, one of... — The Telegraph

A luxury boutique hotel in the well-heeled Salamanca neighborhood, the Hotel Unico is one of Madrid's most refined and exclusive stays. — oyster.com

Located on the toniest street (Claudio Coello) in Madrid’s toniest neighborhood (Salamanca), the Unico is easy to miss from the outside, its graceful yet sober nineteenth-century facade... — Condé Nast Traveler

Hotel Orfila

Parque del Oeste & Northern Madrid 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A classic example of elegant, tasteful decoration set in one of the city's most charming residential areas... Its imposing central stairway and public areas betray its aristocratic Belle Epoque past. — Frommer's

This classically styled Relais & Châteaux boutique hotel... has a relentless dedication to serving the needs of those who wish the modern-design revolution had never taken place. — concierge.com

Hidden away on a leafy little residential street not far from Plaza Colón, this elegant 1886 town house has every comfort of a larger hotel but in more intimate surroundings. — Fodor's

This small mansion in a tranquil residential area has been transformed into a quietly elegant five-star hotel. — Time Out

This historic, traditional hotel has a beautiful marble lobby and restaurant, and rooms are filled with genuine antique furniture. — oyster.com

Hesperia Madrid

Parque del Oeste & Northern Madrid 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Gastronomic heaven in Madrid’s Salamanca area. The stylish rooms are secondary to the hotel’s two Michelin-starred restaurant, Santceloni, home of chef Óscar Velasco. You don’t have to... — The Telegraph

The Hesperia is situated on the busy Castellana Avenue, but once inside there’s a cosy, softly-lit atmosphere where Japanese minimalism complements ephemeral Italian fittings and furniture. — DK Eyewitness

Part of a Catalan chain, Hesperia Madrid is what you'd call 'contemporary luxury'. — Time Out

The Hesperia's lobby is beautiful, done up in shades of warm orange with clean lattice work, lots of greenery, and wide-open spaces. — concierge.com

Elegant guestrooms that is in traditional in style. — Michelin Guide

Only YOU Boutique Hotel Madrid

Chueca 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its 19th-century palacio exterior—complete with an original bookseller’s facade next door—and British Colonial–inspired navy-and-white interiors by acclaimed designer Lázaro... — Afar Magazine

The Ibizan owners of this hotel bring that island's mix of glamour, energy, and cutting-edge music and design to one of Madrid’s most happening neighborhoods, Chueca. The Mediterranean... — Fodor's

Get over the slightly incongruous name of this beautiful boutique hotel and you’ll find effortless interior design, stylish bedrooms and a great location in the thumping barrio of Chueca — The Telegraph

Questionable name aside, this latest addition to the portfolio of Ibiza-based Ayre Hotel Group (part of the Palladium Group) is a welcome addition to Madrid's increasingly lively Chueca... — Wallpaper

This stunning new boutique hotel makes perfect use of a 19th-century Chueca mansion. The look is classy and contemporary and is the latest project by respected interior designer Lázaro... — Lonely Planet

Hotel Hospes Puerta de Alcala

Salamanca 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From its perch overlooking the iconic 18th-century Puerta de Alcalá, at the northwest corner of the verdant Parque del Retiro, the Hospes Madrid appears to be a traditional institution of... — Afar Magazine

The charming and tasteful Hospes... is discreetly integrated into a renovated town building in one of residential Madrid's most attractive corners. — Frommer's

One of the newest five-star additions to the city center, the Hospes has all the right ingredients for meeting the demands of today's discerning travelers. — Fodor's

A former private residence, this handsome boutique hotel is a chic sanctuary in which you can escape from city life. Its location, overlooking the Puerta de Alcalá, is excellent: opposite... — The Telegraph

Ideally located in the heart of Madrid across from the Parque del Retiro, the luxury boutique hotel Hospes Madrid is a high-design haven within walking distance of attractions — oyster.com

Room Mate Mario

Plaza Mayor & Royal Madrid 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Mario is one of the Room Mate chain’s more budget-friendly options, and caters to a younger crowd. It has a modern atmosphere and lower prices than other properties in the area. — oyster.com

Situated near the Royal Palace and the Plaza Mayor, Mario belongs to Room Mate, a budget designer chain of boutique hotels in Spain that prides itself on cutting-edge interior design and... — EuroCheapo

An artsy, contemporary hotel, Mario is ideal for those looking for something a bit different at the right price. — DK Eyewitness

Features bold modern style at a good price and is a welcome alternative to Madrid's traditional hotel options. — Fodor's

This is a modern hotel decorated in a strikingly minimalist style with beautiful lighting and original bathrooms. — Insight Guides

InterContinental Madrid

Parque del Oeste & Northern Madrid 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Attractive inner terrace-patio and extremely comfortable guestrooms. — Michelin Guide

Modern glass-and-brick hotel on Madrid's storied Paseo de la Castellana, with a prime location for business (the hotel is a stone's throw from the financial district) and excellent service. — Travel + Leisure

Modest Madrid hotel with two restaurants and a bar on one of the city’s most famous streets — Jetsetter

The Intercontinental suits top executives in town on business and guests who appreciate quality and attention to detail. — oyster.com

A former Duke’s palace sexed up with gothic-inspired metal work, splashes of Art Deco and modernist-rationalist curves. Don’t miss the restaurant, which, even by this foodie city’s... — The Telegraph

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